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.

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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.

Finicky Filly Flourishes, Crowned Champion on Natural Plan Stomach Soother ™

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Traveling is stressful, for you, for your horse – being in a trailer, hauled across many miles, that’s not natural for a horse and it can cause problems for you.  First – just loading a horse can be stressful and then when you get to your location, there can be a mess for you to deal with and the horse might go off its feed.  Not a good situation since you’re probably traveling to show your horse, compete with your horse, or possibly sell your horse.  Having them show up in poor condition is not what you want – you want them to load easily, unload a horse without diarrhea, and have them eat at their new location – you need to Get on the Plan!

Tracy K. from Arcadia, Florida sent us the following email:

“I was introduced to Natural Plan Stomach Soother ™ by an e-group friend who sells horse products.  I was looking to purchase a another product for my weanlings that I was hauling to Iowa from SW Florida.  She recommended Natural Plan Stomach Soother instead.  My weanlings, particularly the filly, Lady of the House, were stressed from weaning and being off their feed.  48 hours after being placed on Natural Plan Stomach Soother and they were both eating everything in site…particularly the finicky filly who had two futurities to show in Des Moines, Iowa in October.  Wonder of wonders, she shipped well…even taking a nap when we did by laying down in her box stall on the trailer.  On October 4, 2010, after a 1,500 mile ride and after only being weaned for two weeks, she was crowed Mid West POA Futurity Filly Champion in Des Moines, Iowa.

I truly believe that Natural Plan Stomach Soother is what kept her eating and doing well for a whole 10 days on the road.  Thanks again for a great product that actually does what it says it is going to!”

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