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Animed Weight-Up

$24.82
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SIZE PRICE/DAY OUR PRICE
10lb
Less than $0.47/DAY
(53 day supply)

$24.82

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Shipping weight = 11.00 lbs.

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Additional Information: INDICATIONS: To increase calorie intake for weight gain and weight maintenance. Regular use of Weight-UP improves skin and coat appearance. Benefits achieved when supplementing Weight-UP include; increased weight gain, improved digestion and increased energy.

GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: Crude Protein (min) 14%, Crude Fat (min) 40%, Crude Fiber (max) 11%, Omega 3 Fatty Acid (min) 5%, Saccharomyces cerevisiae 169.8x10(7)CFU/lb, Total Lactic Acid Bacteria 33.96x10(6)CFU/lb

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I have a hard keeper, OTTB. I tried several other weight supps and did not see results until I used this product. Animed consistently give the most bang for the buck on their products
DEANNA A on Mar 23, 2017
I have never used this product yet, but thought I'd try it on my young filly.
LINDA N on May 28, 2015
I have tried other weight products along with special feeding for our 29 year old horse with minimal results. This product is working for him and he is slowly and steadily gaining weight. Plus, he doesn't turn up his nose at it when mixed with his ration, so it must taste good too. Excellent product.
Kristie N on Oct 7, 2015
I have a 27 year old mare who is becoming a "hard keeper" in spite of increased senior feed. I need a product to help her gain weight, and I have been satisfied with other products that I have used made by AniMed.
AMY L C on Mar 9, 2015
How long does it take? take.
will it work for senior horses
A shopper on Aug 14, 2015
Best Answer: Depending on the worming schedule you have your horse on and as long as the horse isn't fighting against those parasites you should see an improvement within 7-10 days . Peppy attitude , little more sheen to the coat and a brighter look in the eyes . Weight gain should be a slow gradual slower process to avoid the risk of founder or other gut problems . As always contact you your vet before starting a new product for an elderly horse . Hope this helped
Reply · Report · Kari K on Aug 18, 2015
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How long does the container last? One month, 2 months?
Candace K on Sep 2, 2016
Best Answer: One month
Reply · Report · SHIRLEY Z on Sep 3, 2016
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Can this be used on horse with cushings?
A shopper on Oct 25, 2016
Best Answer: Cushings is a pituitary problem that normally affects older horses. I don't see why you cannot supplement with Animed - it works very well and got my horse looking great again. You might want to give the horse pro-biotics while you are at it to maintain gut health as far as possible and make sure that a mineral lick with iodine is available as well for thyroid health. Good luck!
Reply · Report · Shelley R on Oct 25, 2016
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Is there any biotin in this supplement? If so, how much?
Elizabeth L on Oct 21, 2016
Best Answer: I have no idea I bought it so long ago and my horse died 10 months ago. Sorry I can't help.
Reply · Report · SUE D on Oct 21, 2016
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is this safe for dogs?
Alison s on Jul 20, 2016
Best Answer: Unfortunately we cannot give out medical advise. I would contact your veterinarian.
Reply · Report · Christine KStaff on Jul 25, 2016
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