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.

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Here Are Just Some of the Comments About Natural Plan Stomach Soother

“…I do know that horses who tend to stay on the Natural Plan Stomach Soother for 6 to 8 weeks no longer exhibit signs associated with ulcers.”

Donald Kiefer, DVM from Virginia

Natural Plan Stomach Soother

Papaya For Horses – Great for Digestion

Natural Plan Stomach Soother is very palatable and effective in horses with mild to moderate gastric ulcer / digestive upset symptoms consisting of poor appetite for grain, mild depression or irritability and sporadic belching or toothing grinding.  Documented rapid relief within three to five days.

Horse Journal magazine article: “Ulcers:  Weighing Risks v. Over-the-Counter Treatments”

“I ended up talking again to the girl at the tack/feed store I go to about how it might be an ulcer and getting more Ulcergard.  She talked about how it is so expensive and suggested that I try this (Natural Plan) Stomach Soother and that she had good reports from people that were using it for horses on the track.  Thanks for a great product – it worked!”

Kathy W. by email

Natural Plan Stomach Soother has been a HUGE part of our racing stable since I discovered your product while working at the Breeder’s Cup World Championships at Churchill Downs.  The first morning I gave it to her, she was drinking better after she galloped, cleaned up her lunch, and cleaned up her supper…. She put on weight, filled out, dappled out, and was a picture of health.

Danielle G. from Indiana

We recommend Natural Plan Stomach Soother for both large and small animal patients when they have digestive disturbances, stomach upset.”

Judith Shoemaker, DVM

Natural Plan Stomach Soother has always been a good seller ever since we discovered it back in 2004!  Customers like having a natural alternative to ulcer meds and they keep coming back for more.”

Ronnie Zito, Tri-County Tack store in Virginia

LikeYouOnlyPrettier Gets Her Good Looks from the Inside Out with Natural Plan Stomach Soother

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LikeYouOnlyPrettier Gets Her Good Looks from the Inside Out with Natural Plan Stomach Soother

LikeYouOnlyPrettier was drinking better after she galloped, cleaned up her lunch and cleaned up her supper. Thank you for such a great product (Natural Plan Stomach Soother).

Natural Plan Stomach Soother Gets Positive Reviews – Helps All Kinds of Stomach Issues

Have you ever Googled yourself?  Kind of a scary moment, when you hit “Enter” and then wait to see what the court of public opinion has to say about you.  Well, we recently checked out what people were saying about Natural Plan Stomach Soother and we are glad we did.  There were a lot of stories where people spoke of how well it worked and a couple of stories where people weren’t sure, but they DID know that the horses loved the taste of Natural Plan Stomach Soother.  There were also some comments on the price – half thought it was inexpensive and half thought it was expensive.  Our comment on that is this, a single tube of omoparazole is well over $30, $40 and is $13 really too expensive for 8 days of digestive treatment?

We’ve taken some of the comments we’ve found online about Natural Plan Stomach Soother and how it helped their horses.  Read on to see how it might help your horse.

“I tried Stomach Soother on my young mare who wasn’t putting on weight months post foaling/weaning and was stressing over her turnout with older horses. I bought 2 months worth and only needed 1 month of it, as she finally turned the corner. She eats well now and always liked the taste of it. I’d been trying to tempt her appetite for months and doing things like shutting her in a stall with her hay. Mine come in for grain 2x a day.”   From: The Heartland

  “I have used Stomach Soother for a TB mare that had ulcer symptoms. Her appetite picked up and she seemed happier with the world. I probably kept her on it for 6 months. I ordered a new case and it is sitting unopened because she seems to be eating fine at the moment. I had to feed it to her in a dose syringe at first because I couldn’t depend on her to eat her feed. After about a week I could put it on the feed and she would start eating. She seems to like it. I also use it when the horses are stressed. It is a pain to go get it out of the refrigerator twice a day.”   From Houston, TX

 “I used it on an older horse with chronic diarrhea and it definitely helped. It isn’t quite as affordable as I’d have liked – you saw it on a shelf somewhere? I thought it was only available by mail order.”   From: Seargantvilles, NJ

“Love, love, love the (Natural Plan) Stomach Soother.   Old horse suffers from bad NTWs so much that he ulcers and goes off his feed and drops a ton of weight. So this summer, as he was getting itchy – and dewormed for the critters, I started the Stomach Soother. And presto! He kept eating and eating and eating.   Now I use for my fox-hunter/eventer. One day he just started weaving and being stupid. After adding the SS – back to his ol’ calm self.  Not sure if it is the most economical tummy ache med, but it has worked for me so I always make sure there is some in the fridge. ”  From:  Sunny, SC

It’s gratifying to read what’s been read – it was generally positive.  Just a couple of points I’d like to make – – understand it may be a pain to get it out of the fridge, but Natural Plan Stomach Soother has no preservatives so the 32 oz. bottle has to be refrigerated after opening.  We have a 2 oz. size that is available if refrigeration is not an option.  It is more convenient because it'[s a pre-measured dose.  Yes, it is more expensive, but it’s mostly because of the packaging.  Our products are available online at http://www.stomachsoother.com and increasingly, at a local tack or pet store near you.  We get new stores signed up every week.  And about the price, $13 gets you 16 doses for a full sized horse.  Sounds like a deal to me.

We appreciate all the comments and posting that people do because that is how this company has grown – by word of mouth.  It’s the most valuable advertising a company can have.

Older Horses Benefit from Natural Plan Stomach Soother

Mary T. wrote to us recently about her friend, a Quarterhorse named Fred.  He’s a lucky old guy, and not just because he was rescued, but because he was rescued by someone who truly cared about him and would work until she found the right solutions for her horse’s issues.  Below is the letter she sent us, telling us about Fred and Natural Plan Stomach Soother.

Natural Plan Stomach Soother has Older Horses Feeling Great

Older horses sometimes have stomach issues – they can be helped with Natural Plan Stomach Soother – papaya for horses

“It is past time for me to write about how Stomach Soother has helped my QH horse Fred. Fred is 30 or 31, was rescued in 2007 from a starvation situation and clearly has had abuse in his past. I adopted him in the fall of 2008. In the summer of 2009 he started having excess water in his stools and what I named “wet farts” – where he sprayed watery poo into his tail and down his buttocks. A lot of work to keep him clean and comfortable. It was episodic, but became worse in 2010. I tried a lot of different products – including four weeks of Gastrogard – but nothing really stopped the problem permanently. (I also switched alfalfa pellets to grass pellets – the alfalfa seems to aggravate the problem.)

I learned about Stomach Soother and started him on it mid-2012, twice a day in his mash. His issues cleared up in four weeks! I decided a few weeks ago to take him off and see if it made any difference. In three days of no Stomach Soother, his appetite was down and there was suddenly a lot of undigested hay fiber in his manure. That did it. He will be on Stomach Soother for life, it clearly helps him in many ways. (PS: He has Cushings syndrome, diagnosed in 2010, and is on Prascend – but no one thinks he looks like a Cushings horse, including the vet, he feels good, and keeps up with an 11-year-old warmblood during turnout.)

Thanks for making such a great product!”

Thanks Mary for telling us how Natural Plan Stomach Soother helped your Quarterhorse friend, Fred.

“I’ve just re-ordered another case of Natural Plan Stomach Soother…”

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“I’ve just re-ordered another case of Natural Plan Stomach Soother…”

“I’ve just re-ordered another case of Natural Plan Stomach Soother.  I am telling everyone I know about your product.  I race Arabians and our trainer’s vet put a 4-year-old filly of ours who had been sick and lost weight all last race season (being on an ulcer med as well) and even through winter, on this product (after also doing chiropractic adjustment to her neck).

smallSquared Girl Dog Horse w logos copyThis filly went from being depressed, hardly eating and never cleaning her food up to aggressively training; eating breakfast, lunch and dinner and looking for more.  The weight is coming back fast.  She comes to the front of her stall and is looking to train now.

I also put a yearling filly I have at home on it at the same time.  She had bouts of colic since 6 months of age…unusual for a weanling and even though she held weight she was quiet and rough coated and just not thriving like the other two.  I put her on this and “immediately” she ate her night’s meal without stopping.  She is eating with gusto ever since and her attitude is like a different yearling completely.  This stuff is a miracle.  I can’t tell enough people about it.

It’s so nice to find a product that really does what it says it will do.

Thank You.”

Kathryn S.

MoKee Arabians, Britton Michigan

EPM Horse w/ Pre-existing Ulcers benefits from Natural Plan Stomach Soother

Donna Bottner, an Eventer, Horse Trial Organizer & Pony Club mom recently recounted about her 10-year old thoroughbred who was diagnosed with EPM.  EPM is Equine protozoal myeloencephalitis, a disease caused by a protozoal infection of the central nervous system of a horse.  It may be hard to diagnose as the symptoms are sometimes general and/or subtle – such as lameness which can range in degree and cause.  It is estimated that 60-80% can be saved if it is caught early and treated.  Luckily, it can not be passed from horse to horse.

Once a horse is diagnosed, treatment begins.  However, as is often the case, there are sometimes side-effects to those treatments.  Donna explains, “(after my vet) diagnosed my horse with EPM, he chose treatment with Navigator (Idexx) and we began dosing the day after the diagnosis was confirmed by the lab (as well as previous and ongoing neurological examinations).  For the first 5 days everything was fine, as we only gave half a dose.  On day 6, the first day of the full dose, he developed symptoms of colic within one hour of medication  My horse had colic symptoms within 30-60 minutes for the next 11 days.  I tried everything, adding fat to his diet and experimenting with time of day and feeding before and after medication.  Nothing worked.  I was very discouraged and at wit’s end as to how to make it through this very difficult time.  I had gone through more Banamine than any horse should have to tolerate to keep him from colicking.”

She continues, “I spoke with a veterinarian (Dr. Stan Carroll, WV) who had done field trials with Navigator and had vast experience treating EPM horses.  Dr. Carroll recommended Natural Plan Stomach Soother (TM) because he said my horse most likely suffered from pre-existing ulcers and the medications (we found Banamine adds to ulcer distress in the long-term personally).  My vet also took a blood test and confirmed the results were consistent with a horse with ulcers. ”

“Within 36 hours of administering 60 cc of Stomach Soother ™, twice daily, we no longer had to worry about colic.  My horse began gaining his happy attitude back and was not suffering from the treatment.  that was an amazing turnaround!  I plan to continue to give him Natural Plan Stomach Soother daily. Post EPM treatment he is happy, healthy, sound and full of energy.  THere is no doubt in my mind that Stomach Soother made all the difference in how he tolerated the EPM treatment.  there are many good ulcer products on the market, but I like the fact that this is a natural digestive aid and is less than half the cost of Succeed or UlcerGard.”

“I believe any performance horse can benefit from this product.  We love our horses & treat them well, but we were blind to what was happening internally.  We keep them fit and active and now, thanks to Natural Plan Stomach Soother ™, much healthier and happier too!”