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TESTIMONIALS

Equine Testimonials I HAD BEEN RELUCTANT TO TRY EOC FOR MY HORSE AS MOST OF WHAT I HEARD SUPPORTING IT WAS ANECDOTAL AND MY VET NEVER RECOMMENDED IT. I HAVE A 22 YEAR OLD RETIRED HANOVERIAN DRESSAGE HORSE THAT IS 22 YEARS OLD AND 17.2 HH. HE HAS NO CARTILAGE IN HIS LEFT FRONT COFFIN JOINT. I SAW A REPORT OF A STUDY DONE BY U OF G ON EOC ABOUT FIVE MONTHS AGO AND THOUGHT WHAT CAN I LOSE? HE HAS BEEN VERY LAME FOR TWO YEARS. STARTED EOC AND HE WAS NOW LICKING HIS BREAKFAST FEED BOWL CLEAN. HE WOULD ALWAYS LEAVE SOME OF HIS BREAKFAST AND NOW HE IS EATING IT ALL. I DIDN'T SEE ANY OTHER IMPROVEMENT AND IN FACT I WAS CONCERNED AS I...

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The Benefits of #EOC

The Benefits of Equine Omega Complete Equine Omega Complete is an all in one supplement with proven preventative attributes in several areas of horse health. Developed with human grade omega 3 fatty acids, is non GMO, organic, and made in Canada, EOC supports healthy cell function in horses and contributes to overall health. Read on to learn more about the benefits. Respiratory and Asthma Health Reducing inflammation in a horse's lungs through the inclusion of omega 3 fatty acids, docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) have proven successful for horses struggling with asthma and breathing issues. Reducing inflammation in the lungs and promoting healthy cellular levels provides horses with the proper airway support required. Digestion and Gut Health Inclusion of omega-6 fatty...

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#EOC Findings Based On Science

Equine Omega Complete is an all in one prevention supplement for horses. Targeting joint, gut, respiratory, reproduction muscle and skin and coat health in horse, the supplement has received proven results in a recent joint study at the University of Guelph, Department of Animal Biosciences. Southern Equine Distributing announces research results from their recent trial at the University of Guelph. The study entitled “Cartilage-sparing properties of Equine Omega Complete (EOC) in an organ culture model of cartilage inflammation” was conducted by Dr. Wendy Pearson, PhD student Anna Garland, and undergraduate student Corina Weirenga, in the Department of Animal Biosciences. The study was designed to determine the ability of EOC to protect cartilage from the damaging effects of inflammation. The researchers...

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Riding Into a New Season

September gives us a feeling of change. Although most of us wish our equine time was our nine-to-five, this isn’t always the case. With the change of seasons, comes the change in our schedules.  What do we recommend in making this transition a smooth one? We recommended changing WITH the season.  Accepting that commitments may pick up outside of the barn in the Fall, suggest perhaps less time spent with our equine friends. This means really enjoying time with your horse when you get the chance. The summer may have consisted of hard exercise, training, or perhaps showing. Which can now be rewarded with some easy-bonding fall riding. Maybe along with riding, some evening grazing or a regular #EOC supplements.  This change...

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Equine Mega Sweat

With the recent hot and humid weather we have been experiencing in Southern Ontario many raiders have elected to switch up their riding times to early morning and late evening to avoid the excessive heat and sweating by both horse and rider. However if your horse suffers from anhidrosis, sweat may be difficult to experience even on the most hot and humid days. Defined as a decreased ability to sweat in response to increased body temperature Anhidrosis is a condition where horses are unable to sweat even in very hot and humid weather. This condition is important and is understood particularly in performance horses because thermoregulation is mainly accomplished by sweating.  Anhidrosis can often be diagnosed based on appropriate clinical...

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