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Probios Probiotic Gel

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Probios Probiotic Gel

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Product Summary:

Probios® Equine One Probiotic Oral Gel

Deworming-related stress and toxins from dying worms can upset the delicate microbial balance in a horse's digestive tract. Probios® products contain a stabilized source of beneficial bacteria that help to maintain microbial balance during stressful periods. Supplementing Probios® following deworming helps to maintain normal appetite and digestion, provides live, naturally occurring microorganisms. It's useful in newborns, at weaning, during stress or antibiotic use, and to maintain appetite and health.

Item Specifications:

Size:
30g

Ingredients:
Dried Enterococcus faecium Fermentation Product, Dried Lactobacillus acidophilus Fermentation Product, Dried Lactobacillus casei Fermentation Product, and Dried Lactobacillus plantarum Fermentation Product.

Feeding Instructions:
Foal: 10g at birth and day 4
Horse/Adult: 15g at foaling, following therapy, during training, transport, or digestive upset

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SLT121154 PBP13 794535150094

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Helped a lot!, 12/31/2011

Sarranna from Howell, NJ

My gelding's digestion got off the norm during the summer between heat and new/different hay and a bout of diarrhea. Tube of this helped him get back on track. Easy to administer, just like wormers.

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wonderful stuff!, 9/20/2009

from Golden, CO

One of the horses at the barn where I work was having repeated cases of colic. Tried several probiotic products, some very expensive, but problem continued off and on. Then tried Probios! Wah Lah! No more Colic issues! Wonderful Stuff!

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Essential in your feed room, 9/10/2009

Amy from Wisconsin

We raise foals and sell them as weanlings, so I started using Probios in the foal's feed prior to them leaving for their new homes. The new foal owners all mirror the same conversation - their babies never got sick, or went off feed during their stress time, and bounced into their new environments well. We start the foals off with Probios at birth, and it's a great product to use during all stages in their lives.

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A great product, 7/17/2009

Heather from Texas

I love probios!!! Because my mare was so thin, she would eat her grain, and then not eat all of her hay and i had problems with her gaining weight. i didn't want to give more grain or a weight builder because we all know that could lead to colic or foundering, and it can make them high.(and having a OTTB she doesnt need to have more energy) but with probios it helps her digestive system process food faster and better. so she wants to eat more natural things like hay and grass. Now she eats all her grain and all her hay!! She is gaining weight naturally without getting sick, or going crazy. LOVE IT

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Excellent!, 9/7/2008

from Little Town

I have a bay Tennessee Walker who had started having extremely loose stools so I was concerned. So, I bought some Probios and gave it to the horse that evening and by the next day, his stool was firm once again! Thank You!

8 out of 8 found this review helpful
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Good product, 9/5/2008
Jennifer Weeks from Valley Center, CA

My client has a horse with watery stools. Nothing helped except Probios. She increased the suggested dose though, but it helps his digestive system and he seems to be a happier horse.

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probias, 9/5/2008

marylaura doherty from wimberley texas

i own a school of horseback riding. we own about 70 horses. i think the probias is a must for every horse owner. The probias can really help with a horse that tends to be finicky or has frequent belly aches. This will help restore your horses natural bacteria level and help him to have a healthy gut. I recently bought a horse from the track that had been there for about 4 years. after we bought him he semmed to have a belly ach of some sort every day. it was not always a typical colicing situation . he just did not feel good. laying down a lot, not eating very well. his teeth were good and we had dewormed him and he had access to hay at all times. Finnally i said probias. we gave him a dose and the next day he was like a different horse.Two days later i gave him another dose. he has felt great ever since. it has now been about 6 weeks . he feels great and is starting to put some weight back on. yeah probias. also at the local feed store i paid $10+ for a tube. stateline your prices are great

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probias, 9/5/2008

marylaura doherty from wimberley texas

i own a school of horseback riding. we own about 70 horses. i think the probias is a must for every horse owner. The probias can really help with a horse that tends to be finicky or has frequent belly aches. This will help restore your horses natural bacteria level and help him to have a healthy gut. I recently bought a horse from the track that had been there for about 4 years. after we bought him he semmed to have a belly ach of some sort every day. it was not always a typical colicing situation . he just did not feel good. laying down a lot, not eating very well. his teeth were good and we had dewormed him and he had access to hay at all times. Finnally i said probias. we gave him a dose and the next day he was like a different horse.Two days later i gave him another dose. he has felt great ever since. it has now been about 6 weeks . he feels great and is starting to put some weight back on. yeah probias. also at the local feed store i paid $10+ for a tube. stateline your prices are great

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Economical product, 7/9/2008

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I have a 27 year old TB gelding. Without this product, he has very watery, formless stools. Within a few days of being on Probios, the stools are firm, like a normal horse, and he no longer has a mess on his hind legs to wash. The difference in him is quite remarkable.

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