When other folks tell me about their shipping woes, I wondered if my products (comfort quik & Heiro) would arrive on time. Nor only were they on time, they were early so my horses never missed a single serving! Thanks so much!!
I have a 27 year old DSLD mare that additionally has a pretty significant articular spur in a knee. I have only had the mare on the Comfort Quik for 16 days. The vet and farrier were out at the same time for another horse, and both kept remarking on how well this mare was getting around. This is probably the best this mare has walked in YEARS, and only on 16 days of the product!!
Only problem is ... she keeps escaping out the gate now that she gets around so well. LOL LOL I will have to be a tad more careful now!!
I think it’s helping
My 11-year old gelding tore his right hock ligament and a surgeon said nothing could be done about it. The surgeon said if the other ligament tears, I would have to euthanize my horse on the spot. I spoke with Dr. Frank who had helped me with a rescue who supposedly had Cushing's. Dr. Frank was more supportive and encouraging. He suggested that I use the Comfort Quik along with Equioxx. Within 20 days, there is a remarkable improvement in my horse comfort level and his movement. He definitely was walking much better.
Although I keep a hock boot on him, the swelling has gone down considerably. My boy has no trouble standing for the farrier now or resting his opposite leg. In fact, the other day he lifted the opposite leg and turned to scratch it. He was so steady. It has been six months now that we have been using CQ.
I have a 20-year old rescue who has terrible arthritis in his right hock and I'm going to start him on CQ. Then, last year another rescue had stringhalt surgery and I was told that she probably will develop arthritis in her hocks, so I'm going to get a jump on that. Three horses will be on CQ, another on Vitamin E and then still another on HEIRO!
Thank you Dr. Reilly and Staff. I appreciate all you folks do for horses.
Kathe and crew
My goal was to give my Suffolk draft mare a break from her meds over the winter. My veterinarian was on board and curious to see how she responded. So far, we are satisfied with the results. She seems to like the powder, no problem getting her to eat it. I just switched down to the maintenance dose this week and I will continue to monitor her but so far I feel that Comfort Quick is helping my almost senior draft horse maintain a light fitness program that includes being ridden several times a week at walk, trot and canter. It seems, at this point, to offer her equivalent comfort to her prescription medicine.