Archives: October 2018

  1. Can you feed CocoSoya to dogs?

    Can you feed CocoSoya to dogs?
    Question:  Can you feed CocoSoya to dogs? And if so, how much? Dr. Kellon: Yes. Try 1 tsp to 1 tablespoon/day depending on weight.  Of you could try our Canine Omega Oil: https://uckele.com/canine-omega-oil.html
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  2. Lung EQ may help with your pony's lung issues

    Lung EQ may help with your pony's lung issues
    Question: We have a rescue miniature pony here who came to us with pnuemonia back in 2013.  Bronchoalveolar lavage/transtracheal aspirates performed, testing could not identify bacteria. X-rays confirmed to vets bronchopneumonia. Today at 5yrs of age he suffers breathing difficulty in humid, hot weather, almost like hyper ventilating at times.  My question is , could a Uckele EQ product be...
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  3. What will help my mare settle better at turnout?

    What will help my mare settle better at turnout?
    Question: We have a horse at our stable (UNH) who has a very hard time in turnout. (she paces, runs and is worried) We have tried many things such as changing locations, pasture mates and calming supplements.  The Smart Pak Ultra seemed to work the best, no change with B1 and magnesium as single supplements.  I really want to help her...
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  4. Chasteberry may help with your alpha mare

    Chasteberry may help with your alpha mare
    Question: I have a 17 year old Appendix mare. Currently on Mare Ease, Devils Claw Plus Pellets, Big Sky Minerals, Standlee Alfalfa/Timothy hay pellets and Sentinal LS & Sentinal SS grain 4 quarts combined 2x day.  She can be aggressive from time to time in all mare pasture.  Uneasy at 4H shows, does not like unfamiliar horses next to her...
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  5. Feeding Weanlings for Growth, Health and Soundness

    Feeding Weanlings for Growth, Health and Soundness
    Feeding Weanlings for Growth, Health and Soundness The two life stages that have the most intensive nutritional needs are mares in early lactation and weanlings. Their requirements per pound of body weight are the highest. Nutrient dense diets are those that have high levels of protein/amino acids and minerals per calorie. As you might expect, mineral requirements are extremely high...
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  6. What can I do about my mare's ongoing diahrrea?

    What can I do about my mare's ongoing diahrrea?
    Question: I have a 15 yr AQHA mare that has had a loose stool for at least 6 months. I have had a fecal and blood work done and all was normal. I have tried pro and pre biotic products but has not helped. She is happy and healthy otherwise. Do you have any suggestion on any other supplements or any...
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  7. What are your thoughts on Himalayan rock salt?

    What are your thoughts on Himalayan rock salt?
    Question: Both my horses like Himalayan rock salt...  it has minerals in it tho.. is that okay for them?  In the summer I was adding garlic salt to their Enrich Plus (heard garlic repelled bugs)... is that good?  They both have salt bricks in their stall but really don't care for them. Your thoughts? Dr. Kellon: I'm not a fan of...
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  8. Please help me balance my foundered and Cushings horses' feed

    Please help me balance my foundered and Cushings horses' feed
    Question: I have a 12 year old Tennessee Walker mare in good physical condition, not overweight or underweight. We brought her and a 20 year old standardbred paint gelding to PA from upstate NY on November 15. They had both been out on good pasture in NY, and when we moved them we reduced their pasture time. In spite of...
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  9. Can too much garlic cause anemia?

    Can too much garlic cause anemia?
     Question: Something had been brought to my attention that I never heard of before, and I wondered if Uckele has any info available.......I have been feeding garlic to my horses for years, for immune support and fly control.  Is there evidence that this could cause anemia?  I sure appreciate info from a source such as Uckele which I have depended...
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  10. Natural Treats Your Horse Will Love

    Natural Treats Your Horse Will Love
    There are many behavioral and safety reasons not to give your horse treats, but for those who can't resist, this is for you.  If you must give treats, at least do no harm. In choosing treats for your horse, please avoid the temptation to go with things that remind you of your grandmother's kitchen or the pastry wall at Starbuck's. ...
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