Diagnose, treat, repeat.
Isn’t it about time you got your horse off this ulcer merry-go-round?
If your horse suffers from ulcers, you know how frustrating it can be. You pay for expensive vet visits and prescription medications. Your horse has some relief from pain and discomfort. Suddenly, he’s eating better, training harder, competing stronger.
Until… the excess stomach acid builds back up after the treatments have stopped.
And you’re right back where you started - with a horse that pins his ears every time you tighten the girth, bucks after a jump, or loses weight overnight.