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Saving Nike’s Hoof: Before and After Hooflex® Concentrated Hoof Builder

Posted by Animal Care Team on
A success story of an off track thoroughbred with a severely damaged hoof. The hoof and thus horse were saved with caring persistence and Hooflex Concentrated Hoof Builder Supplement.

Bute-Less® Performance: Brooke and Ellie Make the Switch - Day 30

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Part 3 of 3. We hear the results for Brooke and Ellie after Ellie has been on Bute-Less Performance Comfort and Recovery Supplement pellets for a full 30 days. Brooke fills us in on the progress after switching off Ellie's Cox2 Inhibitor (an RX NSAID) and onto Bute-Less Performance, based on patented Longvida Curcumin.

Bute-Less® Performance: Brooke and Ellie Make the Switch Day 15

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Part 2 of 3. Checking in with Brooke and Ellie after Ellie has been on Bute-Less Performance Comfort and Recovery Supplement pellets. Ellie has a quick workout in the jump ring and Brooke fills us in on the progress switching off Ellie's Cox2 Inhibitor (an RX NSAID) and onto Bute-Less Performance, based on patented Longvida Curcumin.

Bute-Less® Performance: Brooke and Ellie Make the Switch - Day 1

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Part 1 of 3. Brooke and her horse Ellie try Bute-Less Performance Comfort and Recovery Supplement pellets. Brooke considers switching off Ellie's Cox2 Inhibitor (an RX NSAID) and onto Bute-Less Performance, based on patented Longvida Curcumin.

New Optimized Curcumin Supplement Study Results

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Study Abstract. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the oral herbal supplement, Absorbine® Bute-Less® Performance, containing Curcumin Extract (Longvida®) on lameness and joint pain in horses with naturally occurring front limb osteoarthritis. In addition, gastroscopy was performed to determine the its effects on stomach health. A prospective two-period crossover study was performed at Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine evaluating 6 Thoroughbred horses with naturally occurring osteoarthritis.