Injection To Make Horse Shed Coat?


NLEC

Active Member
Absolutely.

I know nothing about this product - or the products mentioned, but personally, I don't think anything administered that causes a normal hormonal reaction to the pituitary gland to change is good at all - unless, their is an existing condition that such an occurance is an unavoidable side effect, or necessity that drives the reasoning behind the treatment.
 
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caza80

New Member
I've used Jurocyl for years. I wouldn't say it makes the coat fall out but it does increase blood flow to the skin essentially what brushing does and increases appetite to a point by increasing blood flow to the gut. It's sodium arsenate. No side effects ever. It's made by nature vet and those kinda products are regulated in Oz
 


liezel.visser

New Member
The idea of an injection such as this makes me very uncomfortable, without knowing how this works, I would say that it is going to be an 'invasive' way to get rid of a coat from a biological level.
 



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