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  1. Dyna Shield Natural Horse Spray

    Dyna Shield Natural Horse Spray
    What do we risk when spraying chemicals on ourselves and our animals? (A case for natural horse spray) There are many pros and cons to using harsh chemicals on our animals (and ourselves) to keep biting insects away. The biggest argument made FOR using chemicals is that the bite of an insect could carry with it a disease that would...
  2. Dynamite Topical Aid for a Mare's Allergies

    Dynamite Topical Aid for a Mare's Allergies
    We have known Boogie, a 10-year-old Quarter Horse mare, for a few years now and each summer she develops severe allergic reactions all over her body. Her hair starts to fall out all over her body, her skin develops welts and sores, and she is understandably highly irritated and emotional. In the past, vets have been used and shots have been...
  3. Flame’s Recovery From Major Injury with Dynamite Wound Care

    Flame’s Recovery From Major Injury with Dynamite Wound Care
    WARNING: There are images of Flame's wound at the end of this story that are quite graphic. Our 1-year-old filly, Flame, injured herself on a metal fencepost. Her injuries consisted of a significant tear on her chest and a deep puncture wound. I called a vet immediately. Before he arrived I also called my trainer's Dynamite upline who has been...
  4. Dynamite Testimonial—Zypher's Story

    Dynamite Testimonial—Zypher's Story
      Zypher's before photo I bought this Kentucky Mountain Filly when she was about 6 months old. She looked fine when I bought her but this was in March and she still had her winter coat. I had noted that she was being fed straight alfalfa and was on a dry lot. I didn't think too much about it at...

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