|DaysofThunder ||04-24-2009 10:40 AM |
Where to purchase supplements?
Does anyone have any good suggestions on where to purchase vitamins / supplements?
|walkinthewalk ||04-24-2009 11:11 AM |
Whatever company you choose, be sure you aren't paying a lot of money for a product that has fillers in it because products with fillers aren't worth the powder to blow them to your state capitol and back:-)
Products need to be guaranteed as 99% pure (and hold up to that if tested) to give any benefit to the horse:-)
|kchfuller ||04-24-2009 12:38 PM |
valleyvet.com or statelinetack.com or doversaddlery.com or horseloverz.com or smartpak.com
|eventerdrew ||04-24-2009 02:03 PM |
i would recommend smartpak before anything else. they're great!
|hotreddun ||04-24-2009 02:09 PM |
if you're boarding go with smart pak they are super easy and the person who feeds at the barn would have to be a complete moron to make a mistake. If you feed yourself I'd go with valley vet...they have good prices...ship fast...and ship free if you order over $60.
|draftlover215 ||04-24-2009 03:05 PM |
SmartPak definatly gets my vote on where to go. I love them. It really simplifies everything, especially when you need to go to an away show. Just grab, say, to packs, and you're off instead of having to lug around five buckets of various supplments.
|DaysofThunder ||04-24-2009 03:50 PM |
That sounds awesome for daily vitamins but what about your pre event supplements?
|close2prfct ||04-24-2009 04:40 PM |
Vallyvet, horseloverz.com, horse.com are places I usually shop for supplements, dewormers and vaccines. I've never used smartpak I know it is highly recommended but it is too pricey for me being on a budget.
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