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

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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

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Papaya for Ponies – A Natural Plan for Health with Natural Plan Stomach Soother


Angus the pony is just beautiful, you couldn’t tell by looking at him that he’s battling Cushings.  Cushing’s disease is a problem with the pituitary gland.  This gland is the hormone  center where they are made and released into the body.  This gland has a great deal of control over body functions.  Cushing’s is this center gone haywire – it won’t turn off.
As a result, this pituitary gland can grow and become pre-tumor, or even tumor cells that can put pressure on the brain which obviously will lead to various problems.  One is that this gland many times affects the adrenal glands.  These adrenal glands are stimulated by the extra hormones and  then the horse over produces cortisol.  Cortisol, that same cortisol that is so bad for humans does horses no favors either.

One of the standard pictures of a horse with Cushing’s would be hairy and thin.  They often have a weak immune system which puts them at risk for a variety of maladies.  They are often very low-energy, tend to run hot and therefore drink (then urinate) excessively.  They may also have fertility problems.

Michele R. writes about her pony Angus, and his struggle with Cushing’s and what she did to help Angus.

“My senior pony, Angus, who has had a complicated battle with Cushing’s, has been on your product for a month and it has saved his life, I am sure!  I have struggled in the past year with Vet bills, diet, ulcer medications, changes in his Cushing’s meds, and a variety of other things.  He had completely stopped eating at one point, which was sheer terror for me.  I was watching my sweet pony waste away.  Since he has been taking Natural Plan Stomach Soother, he has FINALLY started eating his feed straight through without a pause!  I am so thrilled with your product!  I just can’t thank you enough.  Many, many thanks!”

Michele found a way to help one of the major problems Cushing’s causes, making it hard for a horse or pony to keep weight on.  The calories need to be good ones, and diet is crucial.  Many people find success using pelleted feeds or feeding orchard or timothy hays.  Sugar levels need to be watched too.  Natural Plan Stomach Soother is low in sugar (4 grams of sugars per dose) and helps maintain weight.

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.

 

“Legs” Feeling Great & Showing It with Natural Plan Stomach Soother ™

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Horses feel good on Natural Plan Stomach Soother ™

Better “Legs” with Natural Plan Stomach Soother ™ – Happier Horse for You!

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We received the following from Claudia W. of Maryland:

She writes:

Dear (Natural Plan) Stomach Soother

I wanted to share with you the great success I have had using your product for my horse.  I was given a horse by trainer James Murphy, about 2 1/2 years ago.  His name is “Titled” and is half brother to Kentucky Derby winner “Super Saver”.  After being sidelined by knee chips and surgery to remove them, the horse went back to Laurel Park to continue his racing career.

Three months into his recovery, the trainer and his owners decided to find a new home for him.  I was lucky enough to have been contacted by Mr. Murphy’s barn foreman, and a few days later the horse was in my bar, with a new name, “Legs”.  I do recall when I picked him up that there was a large tub of uneaten grain in his stall, but it didn’t really register until much later.  Almost immediately we noticed that the horse really was not very interested in his grain.  He weaved and kicked in his stall, and seemed lethargic most of the time.  He did not lay down, or roll for the first several months I had him, until i had acupuncture work done and the practitioner kept saying how “acidic” he was.  He was very quite and rarely went faster than a walk while turned out, and always seemed to be a bit tied up while under saddle.  Unable to really stretch and go forward.  I always suspected ulcers, because of his thrifty appearance, and never gave him Bute.

Shortly thereafter, I moved to the country and brought “Legs” with me.  The new grain was a sweet feed and within a few weeks he was completely bonkers, so I switched to a low sugar beet pulp based feed.  However, the symptoms got worse, and I finally had him tested for Lyme disease.  The results came back negative, but the vet indicated there may be some ulcer issues, based on the blood work.  I tried a powdered ulcer medication, but after a week I saw no improvement.  This is when I discovered Natural Plan Stomach Soother ™ at my local tack store.   Within 3 days his stall smelled better, and he was kicking up his heels in the field!

That was over a year ago.  He has become robust and cheerful with the help of Natural Plan Stomach Soother ™!  We continue our training and are looking forward to a fun summer of Hunter shows!  Thank you NPSS for helping my hose!

Can’t afford Omiprazole? Try Natural Plan Stomach Soother ™

“I have a mare who is described by my vet as the poster child for ulcers.  Omiprazole is cost prohibitive and Ranitidine only works for eight hours at a time.  Natural Plan Stomach Soother made the difference between life and death for this mare since I am unable to afford Omiprazole daily for the rest of her life or be there to give Ranitidine every eight hours.”

“I recommend Natural Plan Stomach Soother to all horse owners who travel, compete, want to avoid GI upset or have problems with existing GI issues.  I even give it to my young horse on show days and prior to trailering, just in case.  I am thrilled with Natural Plan Stomach Soother and will continue to recommend it to all horse owners.  It has truly been a life saver.  Thank you, thank you, thank you.!”

Sherry M., Bluegrass Farm

Mini’s Benefit from Natural Plan Stomach Soother – Makes Moving to a New Home Easier

One of the most stressful events in your life can be moving to a new home – all the commotion, running around and anxiety.  And that’s just getting there.  Once at your new home, there are new routines, faces, surroundings – it can be a lot to take in.  It’s no different for your animal.  There is always stress and a period of adjustment – but you can help.

One of the easiest ways to make the transition to a new home go smoothly is to soothe their stomachs so that they don’t get digestive upset from the move.  Ellen F. tells us her story about her mini, Kodie.

She writes:

“I was introduced to Natural Plan Stomach Soother ™ by a friend, whom I bought my mini from.  She sent me home with a few bottles, and a wealth of information (about the product).  I used Natural Plan Stomach Soother for a few days in order to help Kodie better adjust to his new home.  NPSS is absolutely amazing.  Kodie never went off his feed.  He actually never missed a beat.  We use it for everything.  If we have a horse that stresses from trailering, diarrhea, or maybe one that has decided they don’t feel like drinking much.  Natural Plan Stomach Soother does exactly what it says, soothes.  What a wonderful product.  I am incredibly thankful I was introduced to Natural Plan Stomach Soother!”

Such nice words Ellen – it’s great that Kodie was able to make such a good transition to his new home by  using NPSS.