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8lb
Less than $0.36/DAY
(64 day supply)

$22.42

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20lb
Less than $0.29/DAY
(160 day supply)

$45.55

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Product Summary:

Supply your horse with the energy and focus needed to reach full performance potential! Cool Calories 100 is fed and recommended by many world renowned trainers and Olympic riders from all over the world because of its ability to deliver easily directed energy without creating a high strung horse.

This concentrated supplement provides essential fatty acids for skin and coat as well as calories needed for weight gain and focused energy. Formulated with 100% dry vegetable fat, it contains no sugar or carbohydrates and provides five times the amount of fat as stabilized rice bran.

Very palatable and easy to mix with grain. Suited for all types of horses and does not conflict with fortified feeds.
 
**Please note item only comes in resealable BAGS.**
 
Daily Dose: Cool Calories feeding should begin slowly 1-2 oz. per day. You can gradually increased to accomplish the desired weight gain or coat condition. Cool Calories can be fed at a rate of up to 8 oz. per feeding without problems. Please see label for complete dosage instructions.
 
Sizes:  8 lb. bag, 20 lb. bag

Guaranteed Analysis
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  • Crude Fat, min: 99.0%
  • Total Fatty Acid, min: 95.0%
  • Free Fatty Acids, max: 1.0%
  • Unsaponifiable Matter, max: 1.5%
  • Insoluble Impurities, max: 0.5%
  • Moisture, max: 1.0%
  • Product Reviews by Customers

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    gives an amazing shine to my horse
    SHAWNA L on Mar 2, 2017
    Hoping to help my 24yo OTTB keep his great weight thru the winter. So far, so good.
    DAWN M on Dec 4, 2015
    Used as a supplement for some of the horses, especially the nursing mares and foals.
    Georgia F on Oct 28, 2016
    Great supplement to keep just about any horse on. Gives energy where its needed and also helps with keeping the weight on. The best part is it doesnt break the bank!
    Alivia Y on Aug 20, 2015
    Is this a pellet or powder?
    A shopper on Apr 15, 2016
    Best Answer: It is a white powder/granule and has an appealing scent to it. I successfully fed this to my advanced aged horses to help them keep weight on. They consume it with no issue when mixed with their feed. I used Weight-Builder for the same reason for several years. Eventually, the increasing cost of Weight-Builder and the subsequent costs of shipping made me search for a less expensive alternative. Cool Calories fits my needs and has become my primary supplement for weight gain.
    Reply · Report · PERL B on Apr 15, 2016
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    Has anyone ever used this for a very emaciated dog? Thanks
    O M on Mar 28, 2015
    Best Answer: I've never used it for this purpose but have had remarkable success with it when using it in the diet of horses with similar body condition. Given the ingredients of the product, I wouldn't hesitate to use it on a dog especially if the alternative was almost certain death for the dog. The smell and flavor of the product may not be attractive to the dog so there may be a need to camouflage these things. I'd suggest some beef broth or perhaps working the Cool Calories powder into some quality canned dog food. As an added incentive for the dog, perhaps heating the concoction up a little bit might further stimulate the dog's desire to eat. Whatever you do, it is important to feed the dog slowly. Several small feedings are better than a few large feedings. After the dog shows an interest in eating several small meals over the course of the day, you can leave a small amount of dry food out and available for him/her, accessible at all times. Make sure he/she is de-wormed and gets LOTS of water. Good luck!
    Reply · Report · PERL B on Mar 29, 2015
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    how long does a bag last?
    A shopper on Feb 5, 2017
    Best Answer: Hello
    It all depends on how you feed it and what your out comes are. I would buy the #20 bag for my senior guy and feed twice what the recommended dose was. He needed it to just maintain his weight. One bag would last about a month.
    But, when I was feeding it to my endurance horse the bag would last about two months. But then he was a much younger horse. You have to introduce it slowly to avoid gut upset or loose stools. It is a great product
    Reply · Report · Robin v on Feb 5, 2017
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    What is in this product? Where is the ingredient list?
    A shopper on Jan 30, 2015
    Best Answer: Ingredients: Partially Hydrogenated Vegetable Fat (Preserved with Mixed Tocopherols), and Artificial Flavor.

    Guaranteed Analysis:

    Crude Fat (Min)99.0%
    Total Fatty Acids (Min)95.0%
    Free Fatty Acids (Max)1.0%
    Unsaponifiable Matter (Max)1.5%
    Insoluble Impurities (Max)0.5%
    Moisture (Max)1.0%
    Reply · Report · Caitlin BStaff on Feb 12, 2015
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    can this be fed to a 20 yr old who has under went colic surgery in 2008? and is now on equine senior pellets?
    Edie W on Mar 18, 2014
    Best Answer: I would ask your vet, smartpak also has online consultants that could help you. I love this product, it's awesome, I would think that it would
    Be fine to include in your feeding, but it's always good to consult your vet before adding anything to your horses diet
    Reply · Report · Katherine L on Mar 18, 2014
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    Can you use it with cows ?
    A shopper on Aug 2, 2016
    Best Answer: My best answer would be to ask your veterinarian if you could use it on your call.

    I do love Cool Calories for my horse. It puts weight on him and does not make him high.
    Reply · Report · Kay P on Aug 2, 2016
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    can you use cool calories on show cattle?
    doris g on Aug 23, 2014
    Best Answer: I have no idea about using this with cattle. I use it in a mixture (that I fondly call "mush") I feed to my 35+ year old horse to help maintain his weight. It works great on him and is definitely more cost effective than using corn oil. Hope this helps.
    Reply · Report · BOBBIE S on Aug 24, 2014
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