To maintain the best possible health, vitality, and logevity for your horse, there is critical need for daily natural enzyme supplementation. To accomplish this...
Provide Your Horse with the Missing Nutrition
Give your horse a concentrated 'whole food' supplement, which includes enzyme-rich nutrients and antioxidant vitamins like those in NZYMES® Granules, which can be cost effective for large animals, especially when ordered in quantities of 3 or more - receiving discounts.
Every horse, young or old, should have a daily source of live enzymes to help replenish needed bodily resources. Enzymes help to cleanse toxins and free radicals from their soft tissues and restore the normal healthy functioning of their body's immune system.
Nutrition conscious veterinarians
and horse owners have used this powerful formula
for over 15 years to help reduce pain, restore mobility and increase vitality in animals of all ages.
READ HOW NZYMES HAS HELPED DREAMER...
January 6, 2008
In August of 2006 I purchased a horse named Dreamer. Approximately a month later, I noticed that he had developed a limp, but I did not think much about it because it was not very serious and was not affecting his performance while being trained for barrel racing. However, in February of 2007, I observed that he was getting noticeably worse as he was favoring his right front foot. By the end of February, I had stopped riding him due to him limping so badly.
In early March 2007, I took him to our veterinarian to determine the exact nature of his injury. The veterinarian decided to take a series of x-rays of Dreamer's front right foot. These x-rays revealed that he had a calcium deposit in his front right pastern positioned very close to the deep digital flexor tendon. The vet was concerned that if it increased in size, the deposit could possibly sever this tendon. This would occur due to the pressure and stress on his foot from competing in barrel racing competitions. His prognosis was that if I wanted to continue to run barrels on Dreamer, he would have to either "de-nerve" the back of his foot, administer steroid injections, or put wedged shoes on both Dreamer's front feet. I did not feel comfortable with the first two options, but I felt that putting the wedged shoes on him might be of some help.
As I was reviewing what to do, I remembered a product called NZYMES® Granules that my sister was feeding to her dog. When she first started using them, she suggested that I ought to use them with my horse Dreamer. At that time I did not think much about it, but now I began wondering if this product could in fact help Dreamer. By mid March, I started giving Dreamer the NZYMES® Granules. Within a few short days, I started seeing results. He was putting more pressure on his foot while standing. Within a couple of weeks, I started working him lightly in the round pen; and after about a month of him being on the granules, I was riding him again!!
By June 2007 he was doing so much better that I decided to return to the vet to see if the calcium deposit had gotten any bigger. The new x-rays showed that it had not! By the end of June, Dreamer was looking so much better; I decided to resume his barrel racing training. Praise God, he did great! He never limped, and within a few months, I was running him through the pattern (something I thought was impossible!!). In September of 2007, we went to our first barrel racing competition, and he did wonderfully. In December 2007, I took him back to the vet to get his foot x-rayed again just to make sure that the deposit had not grown. And in order to compete, I wanted to be sure there was no danger to his health. The results were the calcium deposit had gotten smaller!! I am so amazed how God had allowed the NZYMES® Granules to help my horse, and thus give him a future of running barrels. A dream I have always had. At this time, Dreamer is doing great, loving his NZYMES® and enjoying running barrels again!!
All glory be to God!!
Aubree Allen - Aledo, TX
READ HOW NYZMES HAS HELPED KIRA...
June 4, 2002,
Kira, my 15 year-old Appendix Quarter horse, came to me when she was 3 years old and I trained her myself. We competed in a local horse show series and came in 3rd for the end of year in the Schooling Hunter division. She loves people, being ridden, eating, being groomed, eating, running around, eating and did I mention eating??? Unfortunately she has a foot problem called Navicular disease. She has special shoes, called bar shoes, which keep her sound and comfortable.
When I started my horse Kira on NZYMES® Granules, she had been lame for about 6 months and eventually was in pain all the time if she wasn't on Phenylbutazone. I was considering "nerving" her but decided to try NZYMES® Granules before I took such a drastic step.
I started her on NZYMES® and within 1 month, she could walk without pain and I was riding her again in 3 months. It has been 2 years since I started Kira on NZYMES® and (knock on wood) she hasn't taken a lame step since. Thank you so much, for NZYMES® Granules -- without it Kira would not have a pain-free life!
Lauren Hawley – Fairless Hills, PA
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