Probios Equine One Gel
My Danish WB and I compete at FEI. When i first bought him, he had ulcers. I treated him with omeprozole. Whenever our workout is a bit stronger, I always give him a full tube of Probios on an empty stomach. If his flatulance is a bit more strong smelling, i give him 1 full tube on an empty stomach x 3 days. He no longer will have foul smelling gas or diarrhea.
He is a very picky horse and likes the taste of Probios gel.
December 25, 2012
Good for Immediate Dosage
With a week of sudden humid hot days (went from 80s to about 100 with humidity), my horse's manure turned to mush and diarrhea. I gave 16g once a day; I would have done it 2x day but he is boarded and I couldn't get out. Used it for 4 days, and saw a slight improvement. He did turn up his nose whenever he spotted the tube, but didn't spit it out or jerk out of reach- he took it quietly! Now on Fastrack for longterm, and have noticed manure slowly getting better.
July 13, 2012
My trainer gave me a few of these last winter when I was having a hard time keeping weight on my older gelding, I used them up and I could see a huge improvement, he is now on a daily digestive/gut supplement but I know these really helped boost his system back up, I always have these around for those "just in case" moments
November 2, 2011
Always on hand
I love Probios in the paste/gel form because it is so handy to have on hands for shows, traveling, worming, antibiotics, and for days when I can just tell his tummy is upset. In the gel, I don't have to worry about having a giant bucket to mess with or keeping the active ingredients active by sealing the lid shut after every use. The gel in the tube is just so much more convenient and I don't worry about losing the active ingredients because I generally use the whole tube in a couple of days at most. I normally give him 1/2 a tube before trailering or showing as it really does seem to settle his tummy and relax him. I love it for hot summer days at Events when he has been working hard and might need a little something extra to settle his tummy or help his digestion in a "strange" place. I've also found it very effective when my horse just doesn't seem right- not colic, but definitely a tummy ache of some sort, and I whip out my Probios, and it generally clears everything up in a couple of hours.
I have mixed the gel in with his grain, as well as administering it through the tube, and he actually is fine both ways... so he must not mind the taste.
Excellent product- that works.
February 14, 2011
Worked great keeping my horse regular on antibiotics
August 5, 2010
This is a very safe and easy to use product. Although my horses dont nessasarly "enjoy" being wormed I find it disolves quickly and they dont seem to "hate" it. This is a product I always use in my rotation schedule.
March 31, 2010