Abprazole Blue Pop Rocks Equine Medication – Success Story
Charm had Hindgut Ulcers
Due to multiple symptoms of ulcer like behavior, we had my horse, Charm, scoped in June.
Charm’s appetite declined and he lost weight a lot. He just lays down and lacks energy, and very irritable. I know he wasn’t feeling well, but we don’t know if he has ulcers. So we had him scoped to be sure.
First Image with fly sheet is pre pop rocks and you can see how skinny he is.
After 4 months of Ranitidine and 16 weeks of GG, he was perfect. But within a month, he flared up again, so the vet decided we should do an endoscopy. He was diagnosed with Grade 3/4 bleeding ulcers throughout the oesophagus and stomach, as well as most all clinical symptoms for hindgut ulcers.
Charm with Abprazole
Charm was treated with blue pop rocks (Abprazole). The product was easy to measure and easy to feed. There was a lot of improvement since then. He is now less irritable, and we can finally ride him.
Second Image is him finally being ridden and jumped towards the end of October.
Amy Moro – Virginia, USA