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AniMed Remission Founder Support

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Product Summary:

AniMed™ Remission With Probiotics and Digestive Enzymes

AniMed Remission is a supportive nutritional supplement for horses that have foundered or are susceptible to the risk of founder (Laminitis). Remission for horses is a scientifically engineered blend of beneficial natural ingredients containing probiotics and functional carbohydrates (second generation prebiotic).

  • Contains Chromium, Magnesium, provides seventy antioxidants, Omega 3 and 6 Fatty Acids and all the essential Amino Acids
  • Supports the beneficial bacteria in the stomach to help maintain natural gut health

Directions for use: One ounce (2 tbsp) per day per 1,000 lb. of body weight until symptoms subside. Then 1/2 ounce (1 tbsp) per 1,000 lb. of body weight per day. Includes double-sided tbsp/tsp scoop. Best results occur when used in conjunction with a feeding program based on a diet high in fiber and low in simple carbohydrates.

Storage: Store in a cool, dry area. Keep out of reach of children and pets to prevent unwanted consumption.

Please note: due to the active ingredient Chromium, this item is not for sale in Texas. We apologize for the inconvenience.

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It has worked for me in the past. Don't want to take a chance with founder.
LINDA S on May 4, 2017
I have had my boy on this for 2 years now in an attempt to prevent founder. SO FAR SO GOOD. although he is a poster child for obesity (Welsh x Percheron) HE HAS BEEN BAREFOOT SOUND ALL HIS LIFE. and I'm trying to keep him that way. But he hears a rumor the horse a mile away got fed and my boy puts on the weight. He should live where there is no pasture and hours of daily exercise, I'm using the Remission to make up for that.
Deborah T on May 1, 2017
My horse is prone to founder and this seems like a great product to manage his health and keep him from ever getting to that point.
Kerrigan D on May 2, 2017
Great for over eaters.
Susan R on Apr 26, 2017
Is Remission safe for pregnant mares?
Pamela C on Jan 31, 2015
Best Answer: I do not know if there are any studies on feeding to a pregnant mare but I did feed to a mare that I did not know was pregnant at the time, she foaled out with no problems.
Reply · Report · SHANNON S on Jan 31, 2015
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can heiro and remission be used together?
A shopper on Feb 7, 2015
Best Answer: Yes, they can be used together. I asked my vet this very same question, and he said there is no problem using together.
Reply · Report · Andrea H on Feb 7, 2015
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How many mg/grams of Chromium and Magnesium are in this please?
TRINA S on Mar 1, 2015
Best Answer: Please see the attached label with all ingredients listed

http://www.horse.com/ContentFiles/Associated_Content/remissioninfo.pdf
Reply · Report · Diann HStaff on Mar 3, 2015
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Why is it not allowed in Texas if it's good and not harmful? I don't understand that.
A shopper on Jul 18, 2016
Best Answer: I HAVE NO IDEA WHY IT WOULD NOT BE ALLOWED IN TEXAS. I HAVE MANY FRIENDS HERE IN OKLAHOMA THAT SWEAR BY IT AND I HAVE FED IT MYSELF WITH NO HARMFUL EFFECTS. WORST PROBLEM IS IT MUST NOT HAVE A VERY GOOD FLAVOR AS MY PONY EVENTUALLY QUIT EATING ANY FOOD I PUT IT IN BUT OTHERS HAVE NOT HAD THAT PROBLEM.
Reply (1) · Report · HILDA C on Jul 19, 2016
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Do you have to mix this with other feed or can you just give it alone as my horse cannot have grain right now?
A shopper on Jun 15, 2016
Best Answer: This is a powder and most horses will not eat it alone. You will want to top dress soaked, no molasses beet pulp or soaked hay cubes or hay pellets. You could also syringe it into your horses mouth with a non-sugar liquid like water.

If you decide to soak beet pulp or hay cubes, you may find it helpful to drain off the excess water...That excess water will have residual dissolved sugars in it & I am guessing your horse does not need if you are using remission.

If you are in the midst of laminitis, there is very good information on ecirhorsedotorg, including an emergency diet, trimming, diagnostics, etc
Reply · Report · Ann Marie C on Jun 15, 2016
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Is this product powdered or pellets? Thanks
J S on Jun 15, 2015
Best Answer: It is a powder, but it is sort of a coarse powder, not too fluffy. It does not make a cloud of dust when you add or stir it like some powders do. Horses like the flavor just fine.
Reply · Report · ROBERT H on Jun 15, 2015
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Can I use remission on all of my horses?
A shopper on May 15, 2017
Best Answer: Yes, as long as they are not skin and bones. You might even be able to use it on the skinny ones but I would base that on the horse's health. Basically this has minerals and a probiotic to where the horse's digestion keeps moving and keeps the gut happy. I have found my mare doesn't sand colic like she use to. I love this product. Finally with this and the feed I use I have a horse that has healthy hooves. Still have to use common sense about the spring & fall grass but it is a great product in my opinion.
Reply · Report · nantmc2 on May 15, 2017
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I have a horse that steped on a nail about 8 months ago and he is still linping is Remission the product I need?
David S on Mar 11, 2014
Best Answer: I don't know about a nail puncture. If your horse is limping due to that he may have an infection inside his hoof depending how long the nail was stuck in the hoof, and how big a hole it left. I had a rather small nail I found in my neighbor's horse's hoof, don't know how long it had been there (Could have been a little while). I pulled it out (it wasn't in too deep)and there were no bad effects. He was not limping prior either. You may want to try soaking with epsom salt in warm water and also applying a drawing salve with a poultice over it to keep the dirt out and the salve on the site. My farrier showed me how to make a protective hoof cover out of duct tape and put some sheeps wool on top of the salve and then covered with the duct tape. The self made boot would last a couple days and then it would be coming off so I would remove it, take a look at how the situation was doing and if need be, reapply salve, wool, and duct tape.
If your horse has had founder issues in the past or tender footed on gravel roads etc., he may benefit from remission. My horse was very tender footed when I got him, but being on remission seems to have helped alot. He walks right down our gravel road now with no limping.
Reply · Report · PATTY Y on Mar 14, 2014
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Can this product be fed as a preventive to animals that have foundered in the past and then allowed to forage in a green pasture?
Jarrett P on Apr 3, 2017
Best Answer: I found that it definitely helps and my horse was allowed back on pasture but it has to be done very slowly. I introduced pasture right from the beginning when the grass was still dormant and then grew. I still kept him to 15-30 min per day to start for at least a week or two then increased by half an hour each day each week after until he was able to handle longer. I also decreased all grain significantly to accommodate the increase of the pasture. It becomes a balance of calories by grass starch and other intake. I only give a handful of safechoice special care 2x a day and all other food by limited hay intake/ pasture intake. The remission helps to keep him from flaring along with the monitoring. At any heat in the hoof I increased remission and decreased pasture accordingly. Tall First spring grass is the worst and hardest to monitor due to the increase of sugar in the growth. With attentive monitoring my guy can forage all day by end of June here in New England. Mowing in the beginning keeps the growth low to the ground and less likely to cause large mouthfuls. It's a pain but worth the effort to see him out with the others.
Reply · Report · VICKI L on Apr 3, 2017
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Started using this product on the 16th of June , how long will take about for me to see a different in her walk?
Debbieo on Jun 19, 2016
Best Answer: Hi Debbie O: Glad to share how I helped my pony, Dove with laminitis.

I've used Anim-med for 2 yrs. for my brittle (easily gets sore feet from spring pasture) 16 yr old Reg. Shetland mare. Last few years she's developed this. If we're not aggressive, they can die from this.

HAY SOAKING IS FUNDAMENTAL. It's the first thing to do. Soak min. 30 min-to hours. Drain. Water will be molasses color.

My gal farrier relieved toe pressure by trimming her to on-heel angle until she healed.

Used the loading dose, Dove's 500 lbs, 11.1 hands. I combine 2 TBSP of senior feed, Animed dose, with 3+ TBSP water, make a slurry, let sit for 10 min. Prevents choke, goes down easier, sticks to wet senior feed. Hand feed. Follow with a tiny carrot to have her make saliva to wash it down.

The objective, reduce ALL SUGAR (even though I must use senior, carrot, it's the HAY) to help cure her IR "leaky gut" syndrome.

Unless you rinse hay and limit pasture eating, you will not see significant changes. I didn't soak hay until this Spring and it was a miracle how quickly she recovered.

Feed Timothy or local grass, nothing more due to sugar content. They love the wet grass.

Over 6 wks., Dove lost weight, her energy returned, crestiness disappeared, she whinnied for her food, her eyes were alert and bright. Much less ginger walking. I could see she was in much less discomfort.

Had 4'x4' stall mats. Wet the mat so were cool, wood pellets for soft footing or she'd stand in poop.

ANIMED IS GREAT WHEN YOUR BUDGET IS LIMITED. Since I had a bit more cash 30 days ago, went to Smart-pak's -- SMARTMETABO-LEAN (dose by weight) and a new hoof med increases circulation SMART-HOOF CIRCULATE (by weight) METABO-LEAN has same ingredients as Animed, but has extras. SMART-PAK's great! New meds worked!

Dove is trotting after 6wks -- stall rest, no day turnouts, after a week inside, then 30 min dusk turnout slowly increased to 3 hrs out from 6-9pm. Happy to help! Carlyn in NW/WA.
Reply · Report · Carlyn H on Jun 22, 2016
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WHAT IS THE SHELF LIFE OF THIS PRODUCT IF STORED IN A COL DRY PLACE?
A shopper on Oct 17, 2014
Best Answer: Your best bet would be to contact the manufacturer for specific shelf life information I.e. purchase date v.s. open seal etc. the bucket says 128 days supply. I assume good from time of opening because there aren't ant "active" ingredients that would go rancid. Looking at my container there is no experation date lister just the usual manufacturing lot code and date stamp.
Reply · Report · Elle W on Oct 18, 2014
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Will re mission help heal a hoof that has an abscess? Our pony has huge pockets in its hoofs from drained abscesses.
Roger B on Dec 5, 2016
Best Answer: since I"ve had my two on Remission, I have not had one abscess. They have been using it for about 3 yrs now. Before, I was getting an abscess just about every month in one or more of the feet. I use it everyday, once a day and it has worked great for me. When you start using it, you have to feed it 2x a day for about 2 wks, then you can cut down to 1x a day.
Reply · Report · ANNE S on Dec 8, 2016
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how much should a mini be given?
A shopper on Jun 7, 2016
Best Answer: My Haflinger has problems with sugar in the grass. I use this to help block some of the sugar. He weighs approx. 1000 lbs. so I give him a full scoop but if he starts to founder I double up on it giving him a full scoop twice a day. If you aren't dealing with founder I just give your mini half a scoop but if your dealing with founder or worried about it you could probably be safe with a full scoop once a day. Hope this helps, Paulette
Reply · Report · PAULETTE L on Jun 9, 2016
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Is there an additional freight change on this item?
A shopper on Feb 25, 2016
Best Answer: Yes. There is an additional FOB Charge by horse.com
Reply · Report · Deborah D on Feb 26, 2016
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How long after starting this product will a horse get some relief?
Jann L on Jan 28, 2016
Best Answer: If your horse is lame from laminitis now, talk with the vet and cut back on protein and carbs! Like a fast, or cleansing, you have to get a hold of the disease to stop the destruction of the laminae in the hoof wall. Wait to give this when the pony (or horse) can walk again. This isn't a cure all, it is a vitamin therapy to get the feet back on the mend. In which case, a little bit at first and see how that goes; there are carbs in this product. You need a carrier, so get some Easy Keeper crumbles use an 1/8 cup, and some flax seed oil drizzled on it to attach the smallest dose of remission to the low carb crumbles.That is how I administered it. Until your pony, or horse is walking again, don't use. If they start limping again, stop using it. Get a good book on laminitis and founder.
Reply · Report · MARIANNE W on Feb 1, 2016
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How much do I give a miniature horse?
A shopper on Apr 14, 2016
Best Answer: The directions are listed below for administration but we always recommend checking with your Veterinarian.
Reply · Report · Christine KStaff on Apr 14, 2016
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Is this product not available in Texas?
A O on Mar 22, 2016
Best Answer: Unfortunately, this item cannot be shipped to TX.
Reply · Report · Alexis KStaff on Mar 23, 2016
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