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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

Provides live, naturally occurring microorganisms. Useful in newborns, at weaning, during stress or antibiotic use, and to maintain appetite and health.

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.

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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for my foals
CATHERINE G on Jun 12, 2015
good for after deworming your horse.
francisco l on Jan 27, 2015
I bought a weanling and had to haul him 8+ hours home. Gave him the probios to ensure his digestive system didn't get upset from the long trip, changes in scenery, diet, etc. and also at time of worming.
Ashley K on Feb 2, 2015
going to give it a try to see if it helps new filly after being wormed gain weight better
mark h on Oct 3, 2014
Was advised by horse nutritionist to give probios (gel tube) for 4 days (one tube a day, 1/2 in morning, 1/2 in evening). Is that too much?
A shopper on Apr 30, 2015
Best Answer: That sounds right for a season or maybe temperment change. I had noticed at a local show, a year ago, a booth deticated to herbal grain additives made completly up of 'healthy' flower and a variety of natural substances. I also use prebios for my chesnut mare. I like to meep her 'cycles' in check with a healthy boost of prebios. I finds it fine tunes her ambitions and direction with a easy to administer dose. Sometimes I offer her the prebios after deworming to keep her vitamin and nutritional intake in a healthy rythem and balence. I see my relationship with my youthful mare as an eye to eye relationship! I hope this information is useful for you! That and do you think it might be an environmental condition the reason the nutritionist asked you to give the prebios? Thanks -cb-
Reply · Report · Christopher B on Apr 30, 2015
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Can I use on older horse?
A shopper on Sep 3, 2014
Best Answer: Absolutely, it's the very reason why I have probios probiotic gel and powder supplement for my horses and my dog. My older horse who is now 26 years old, was dropping weight and had sporadic diarrhea despite my efforts to supply him with good quality feed and hay in large multiple feedings. Having added this supplement to his daily feed ration he's regained his weight, coat, and no longer suffers from diarrhea or gas.the same has worked for my 13 year old jack Russell terrier. It helps the older animals digestion which helps them absorb nutrition from their food...i love it!
Reply · Report · JENNIFER D on Sep 3, 2014
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How many doses are in this tube?
Cinnamon on Mar 26, 2014
Best Answer: I usually give this after a worming or in the spring because I have a horse with cushings. I give 1/2 tube one day and then I give the other half the next day. If I have a horse that is having digestive problems, I give the whole tube at once.
Reply · Report · STEPHANIE M on Mar 26, 2014
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