Jack Russell Puppy Helped by Natural Plan Stomach Soother

Natural Plan Stomach Soother began in the equine market, but dog owners soon discovered it would work well on their pets too.  Dogs stomachs often have some of the same problems as horses – problems with weaning, troubles with travel, stress from new locations and diet.  The symptoms can be somewhat the same too – loose stools or diarrhea, withdrawn behavior and picky eating.  Our product can help with those problems and help an animal gain or maintain weight.

Puppy tummy helped by Natural Plan Stomach Soother

Puppy tummy helped by Natural Plan Stomach Soother

Here is a testimonial from Gillian C. about her Jack Russell puppy.
“My husband Ric and I picked up a 7 week old Jack Russell “Shortie” puppy in Roanoke, Virginia, about a 4 hour drive from our house.  She was quite anxious in the car, and vomited several times on the way home.  On the next day she ate little, had constipation alternating with diarrhea, and vomited intermittently.

This made me particularly distraught because we had lost our beloved 6 year old Jack Russell “Ratter” 5 weeks earlier to a mysterious disease that was never diagnosed despite 2 hospital stays and $3,000 in vet bills.  To see another small brown and white canine in distress was pushing all the panic buttons left over from the last tragedy.

I took the puppy to the vet and who said the puppy’s digestive system was adapting to the non-milk diet, and she was probably emotionally stressed by the separation from her litter mates and mother.  She gave me some high calorie gel to get nutrition into the puppy, and said time would fix the problem.

A light went off in my head when the vet mentioned stress, and as soon as I got her home I gave her 6 cc’s of Natural Plan Stomach Soother.  Within a few hours her stool became normal, and she started eating the dinner I made her.  After a few days of dosing with 6 cc’s twice a day, she was eating her regular puppy food and gaining weight every day.

After her digestion normalized, her Jack Russell personality blossomed and she began bouncing off the wall with high energy enthusiasm.  As she was born on the 4th of July, my husband decided to name her after a firework, and hence she is now known as “Cherry Bomb”.

Strangers frequently let out a squeal of adoration when they see her out in public.  On two occasions she has actually stopped traffic as drivers ask what kind of breed she is and line up to pet her.  I told my husband if I die before him and he needs a new wife, just get a Jack Russell puppy and go walking in a park, and he will have no shortage of potential dates.”

We love learning from our customers.  It was our customers that have told us how well Natural Plan Stomach Soother works on animals other than horses – whether Jack Russell dogs or cats, or llamas, or alpacas or tropical birds or………..you get the picture.

Visit www.stomachsoother.com to get more information or to buy Natural Plan Stomach Soother for the stomach you’ve got to soothe.

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Natural Plan Stomach Soother – 10 years on the Digestive Market

smallSquared Girl Dog Horse w logos copyNatural Plan Stomach Soother is an alternative, holistic remedy for stomach distress in animals.  this market has really exploded in the past 5 years.  Prior to that, only expensive thoroughbreds were treated for stomach distress.

There are two main segments in this area: Pharmaceutical and Non-Pharmaceutical.

In the Pharmaceutical realm there are:

Gastrogard – Ulcergard – Ranitidine tablets – Tums – Mylanta Tab & Liquids

The downside of these pharmaceuticals is that they can be expensive, may require a prescription (Gastrogard) and some have to be given 3 to 4 times per day.  In addition, their active ingredients have legitimate concerns.  In the case of Gastrogard & Ulcergard, the active ingredient is omeprazole.  Omeprazole has been given a black box warning from the FDA in humans because it causes an increase in bone fractures and breaks, an increase in intestinal infections and malnutrition.  It is only a matter of time before veterinarians begin to notice these effects in horses.  Also, stopping the use of these medications often causes horrible rebound effects.

Tums contains calcium carbonate and Mylanta has aluminum and magnesium as active ingredients.  There are issues with using these medicines long term.  Calcium may in fact, increase stomach discomfort and long-term magnesium use may can cause irregular heartbeat.  These also, can cause rebound effects when trying to discontinue use.

In the Non-Pharmaceutical realm there are:

Natural Plan Stomach Soother (liquid) and

Aloe Vera Juice – Chewable Papaya Pills – Eguisin SLH Pellets – Neighlox Powder – Platinum Gastric Support Powder – Pro CMC Liquid – Smart Gut Pellets – Soybean Oil – U-7 Gastric Aid Liquid – U-gard Pellets

These alternatives also have their pros and cons.  Many are expensive, in pill, powder or pellet form and therefore difficult to administer.  You also can’t mix other medications or supplements for easy dosing like you can with Natural Plan Stomach Soother.  Others contain calcium carbonate, aluminum or magnesium.  As stated above, these ingredients can cause another set of problems.  The aloe vera juice is the only natural single ingredient product (other than Natural Plan Stomachs Soother) and aloe vera is NOT as palatable as papaya.

Natural Plan Stomach Soother reviewed by Horse Journal in 2005 & 2012

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What a long way we’ve come!  The prestigious Horse Journal in March of 2005 published an article about horse ulcers.  At that time, there was still much debate as to whether or not all horses even had ulcers in the general horse community.  The Horse Journal article did a lot to explain and educate people on the symptoms, signs and  treatments  of horse ulcers and stomach issues.  At that time, they reviewed 19 products, Natural Plan Stomach Soother being one of them.

Their bottom line was that they preferred U-gard Solution.  However, they found “similar rapid results were obtained with (Natural Plan) Stomach Soother”.  Their point of difference at the time was that U-gard was less expensive.  We’d like to point out however, that the cost is negligible when you consider that you may have to use 4 oz. per dose as opposed to 2 oz..  Also, considering that long-term use of calcium & magnesium (the other guy’s active ingredients) has negative side effects, while NPSS has none, the choice is clear.

At that time, in 2005, the Horse Journal listed 19 remedies.  When they published an update on this subject, in June of 2012, only 12 were listed.  And of these 12, only 3 are from the original 19 remedies that were listed back in 2005.  Natural Plan Stomach Soother is one of them (the others being the Pro-CMC & U-gard).  Entering our 10th year of business, we feel blessed to be one of oldest branded alternative digestive remedy on the market.  Our customers find rapid relief for their horses from the discomfort of ulcers, diarrhea, weaning and more.  They appreciate the fact that they can mix other medications like Bute into our tasty Natural Plan Stomach Soother and not have their horse spit out the medication or suffer side effects such as digestive discomfort from antibiotics.

We love the fact that so many horses (and some owners!) have tried our product and have found it useful.  They’ve informed us about uses beyond our initial scope – such as using it for dogs, cats, llamas and alpacas.  Our customers have told us that it’s made their horse calmer or happier.  Travel weary customers have tried it on themselves and let us know how good it made their stomach feel.

 

Finicky Fillys Love Natural Plan Stomach Soother

TC Rain on the House by TracySweetKeenNatural Plan Stomach Soother will keep ’em from painting the stalls!”

I was kinda horrified when I found out what “painting the stalls” meant.  I had never heard it put that way.  But whatever you call it, diarrhea is a terrible thing.  Not only is it messy and gross, but it causes a lot of other problems, everything from dehydration to the scalding of their hind legs.

Foal scours brought on by weaning are especially vexing ’cause you know it’s coming.  When mama’s milk changes, the hormones cause mama to begin weaning the foal and it’s these hormones that cause the diarrhea.  Natural Plan Stomach Soother may help stop this cycle.  About a week before, begin the foal on NPSS, or if that’s not practical, dose at the first sign of loose stools.

“I am SO impressed with your Stomach Soother!”

“I am so impressed with your (Natural Plan) Stomach Soother!

Soothing Stomachs Since 2004

Soothing Stomachs Since 2004

I’m the caretaker of a wonderful 30+ year old horse who has numerous issues but a great attitude.  About 10 days ago he developed horrible diarrhea (looser than cow pies).  He appeared to feel fine and was behaving normally except for the diarrhea.  I put him on Natural Plan Stomach Soother and within 24 hours he had his first slightly formed stool in over a week.  By the next day, his stools were perfectly normal.

Thank you for a great product with no bad side effects!

Robin B.

9/9/13

“I am so impressed with (Natural Plan) Stomach Soother…

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I am so impressed with your Stomach Soother!  I’m the caretaker of a wonderful 30+yo horse who has numerous issues but a great attitude. 

Soothing Stomachs Since 2004

Natural Plan Stomach Soother

About 10 days ago he developed horrible diarrhea (looser than cow pies).  He appeared to feel fine and was behaving normally except for the diarrhea.  I put him on Stomach Soother and within 24 hrs he had his 1st slightly formed stool in over a week.  By the next day, his stools were perfectly normal.

 Thank you for a great product with no bad side effects!

 Robin Bickel

Stall Bound for 8 Months, Mulder Makes It Back Under Saddle with Natural Plan Stomach Soother ™

There are a lot of reasons you might need to put your horse on stall rest – injury, recuperation from surgery, illness.  Any you may not know the unintended consequences of stall rest.

Your horse may develop stomach issues that can appear as cribbing, lack of appetite, diarrhea, weight loss and more.  Put that on top of the original issue for the stall rest and you and your horse aren’t feeling great.  The reasons these symptoms appear is pretty straightforward.  A horse is meant to be a grazing animal – they secrete stomach acid on a continuous basis to digest what they are grazing on.  But when a horse is put on stall rest, grazing is just not possible and they are fed their meals.  While this satisfies the caloric needs of the horse, it does no favors to their digestive systems.

Many people then turn to expensive medications to turn off the natural process of acid secreting but aren’t satisfied by the results.  What to do?

Tiffany R. wrote us and told us how she handled her horse Mulder’s stall rest for 8 months without any stomach issues.

She writes,

“I am writing to let everyone know what a great product Natural Plan Stomach Sootheris!  My event horse Mulder was stricken with a rare bone infection in his shoulder at the height of his competitive career.  The road to a concrete diagnosis took us through 7 vets and two clinics before he was diagnosed with an infection that impacted his bone and tendon.  Desperate to save his life, I attacked the situation with all that I had – both conventionally and unconventionally.  As most of us know, when a horse has to be stall bound for 8 months – stomach issues can ensue.

Mulder was immediate put on Natural Plan Stomach Soother and he was kept on it during the entire duration of his rehabilitation.  Not only would he try to eat the syringe as I squirted the contents into his feed, but he also never had any stomach problems during his stall confinement!  I use NPSS now on all of my horses – before competitions, trailering or even when they get a little girthy before a ride.  It is an amazing product that shows amazing results time and time again.

Mulder is back under saddle now doing flatwork and polework.  I don’t know what his future will hold as far as riding and competition, but what I do know is I have a sound, healthy and absolutely happy horse once again!  Thank you Natural Plan Stomach Soother for all the support you have given us!”

Mulder is a lucky horse that he had an owner that knew how to proactively treat her horse as opposed to reacting to stomach problems later.  It’s said often because it’s true – an ounce of prevention (in this case 60 cc’s of Natural Plan Stomach Soother) is worth a pound of cure.    Find out how others are using Natural Plan Stomach Soother to treat a variety of issues with their horses and other animals by visiting www.stomachsoother.com.