On February 22nd, 2006 our 14-year old quarterhorse, George, suffered a serious injury after he became impaled on a fencepost. The wound that resulted was almost 2 feet long and over 8 inches deep. After calling our vet, then my wife, I ushered George into the barn & did my best to stem the bleeding, and try to wait patiently for the cavalry to arrive. Our vet looked George over & determined the nature & severity of the gash was “inoperable”; meaning that apart from administering some antibiotics to ward off infection, we had no choice but to let George & Mother Nature work together on this one. This was unacceptable to us; so the next day I paid a visit to Henry at the Cloverdale Pharmasave.
Our puppy, Charlie was sold to us with a mean cough. Two different vets treated him with antibiotics and charged me over $300.00 yet Charlie kept coughing especially badly in the early mornings. Finally the breeder figured out our pup’s diagnosis and sent me to Cheng.
When Dante had a deep cut on his leg, I used Well Horse on his wound, which I bought from Cloverdale Pharmasave, and it does everything it says it does. I didn’t believe that it would, but it certainly does! Everyone should have some in their veterinary first aid kit.