Last year I inherited my mother's farm where she still kept horses. She got into keeping horses pretty late in life so I didn't actually grow up around them - so I had a pretty steep learning curve. Some of the horses had some serious gum disease and I freaked out worrying about how to deal with this. Luckily OVVET were super helpful advising me on what my options were and how I can help these horses. Their product DentalPro did an amazing job of clearing up problems that would have cost me hundreds of dollars per horse to treat. I keep them all on DentalPro now to keep these problems in check.
Diana HarrisBoone KY
I run a beach horse riding business aimed at newlyweds, just outside Santa Barbara. We get all kinds of clients, but most have little to no riding experience. Couple that with a photographer taking a long time to get the "right shot" the horses tend to get pretty stressed and eventually less cooperative. So far I have been feeding Calm and Perform to my most anxious horses and the change was almost immediate. I mean a horse who could hardly stay put for 5 minutes was happily waiting for almost half an hour - letting the newlyweds get the perfect picture. I will definitely be rolling this product out to all my horses.
Simon LópezSanta Barbara
I'm by no means a professional at this but for what it's worth Charged is maybe the single most valuable addition I can recommend to your routine. During both training and show times, I work my horse pretty hard and in this part of the world horses can easily overheat. I normally had a great pale of water ready for my horse to dive into after training but I learnt that this was exactly the WRONG thing to do. I had no idea that filling my horse up with water after training was just making her more dehydrated! That's why charged is essential for me now. Her recovery time is so much shorter and she sweats a lot less during training if she's taking in the electrolytes.