AMAZING product/Life Savor!
When i first got my pony he had a terrible cough that i could not get rid of. Soaked his hay. would dampen his bedding. Put him outside when sweeping. Nothing helped. Within the first week of trying this i saw a huge improvement in his ability to breath normally. graze and eat hay without struggling and made working easy for him. He never had a problem with the taste (he will eat anything) its a powder though and without alot of grain its dust covers the bucket etc. I love this product and will continue to use it because it makes him that much more comfortable!
April 9, 2013
I have used this product on 2 horses it worked great for the mare . My gelding unfortunately has a more serious condition due to a lung infection in 2011. Cough free does give him relief but he stays on the loading dose. It does need to be disguised by adding it to soaked alfalfa as it has a strong smell. Overall I would recommend trying this product.
March 29, 2013
Did the job
I purchased this supplement because my horse developed heaves over the summer from the hay. This supplement did work well and my horse was breathing way better after a month. It smells bad and good thing he was a good eater and didn't care. They should make a pelleted form for picky eaters!
February 10, 2013
Effective, if your horse will eat it
This worked for my horse's seasonal allergies- he went from coughing after doing anything above an energetic walk to no coughing at all in about 4 days on this supplement. BUT, he didn't like the taste of it (I can't blame him, it smells awful). At first he'd eat his CoughFree-tainted grain slowly, then he started refusing it completely. I had to hide it in a mash. The mash did the trick until the end of summer when he no longer needed it. Some horses may not be so easily fooled, though. As a bonus, it also works to prevent chewing on lead ropes: I rub the used bag from the container on his lead ropes- one taste and he leaves them alone!
November 26, 2012
Works if they'll eat it
This seemed to work and to relieve symptoms when I first tried it, but the horse became progressively more resistant to eating it. No amount of trying to hide or cover the taste worked after a couple of doses.
October 20, 2012
I can't say whether Cough Free works because the smell is so strong my horse wouldn't go near his feed tub.
October 16, 2012