AniMed Natural Weight-UP Weight Gain Powder Horse Supplement, 10-lb tub

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  • A specially formulated source of calories and fat that can help to increase the weight of your horse
  • Healthy digestion is key to a horse’s ability to gain and maintain his optimal weight
  • This unique blend is formulated with host of ingredients to assist in normal digestion, including omega-3 fatty acids, Yea-Sacc 1026 micro-organisms and Lacto-Mos bacteria
  • Plus, this supplement also supports the overall health of your horse’s coat and skin
  • Improves energy, endurance, performance, muscle recovery time, and more
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Top IngredientsStabilized Rice Bran, Brewers Dried Yeast, Processed Grain by-products...Active Ingredients: Gamma Oryzanol 200 mg, Zinc 600 mg, Vitamin E 10 ppm min...Processed Grain By-Products, Dried Vegetable Fat, Plant Protein Products...Inactive: Vegetable Oil, Flaxseed, Stabilized Rice Bran...Dehydrated Seaweed Meals, Dehydrated Alfalfa Meal, Corn Distillers Dried Grains With Solubles...
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Questions & Answers

10 Customer Questions

About how many servings are there in a container and what is the serving size for a 1100lbs horse
Answer by ChewyAug 30, 2018
Weight-UP may be provided at a rate of 1 ½ - 4 ½ ounces per day. The enclosed scoop measures approximately 1 ½ ounces. The amount and frequency may be adjusted depending on the horses activity level. This product contains 160 ounces and up to a 53 day supply.

Can I feed my 6 week old puppies weight up
Answer by ChewyOct 10, 2017
This product can be used for all life stages.

Can you feed to a dog
Answer by ChewyOct 25, 2021
As with any supplement, we always recommend consulting with your veterinarian regarding your individual pet's health and diet. If the intended purpose is for overall weight gain, such as for a debilitated or malnourished dog, the customer should consult their vet before adding any supplements. However, Weight Up should be effective for dogs as long as they do not have any grain or yeast allergies. Weight Up is 40% fat, which is the basis for its ability to improve weight, and also has rice bran, which contains the natural plant steroid, gamma oryzanol. The manufacturer would start at a low amount and gradually increase it, not to exceed one tablespoon per 10 pounds of body weight.

Can I give this to my underweight alpaca?
Answer by ChewyMar 31, 2020
Weight Up is formulated to complement the digestive tract of the horse. However, all of the ingredients are safe for use in alpaca. It's recommended to consult your vet before use.

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17 Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By MCQH on Apr 5, 2022

Must have for healthy hoof growth

Great supplement for strong healthy hoof growth. Used with great success on foundered panel positive horses And negative alike.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Shay on Feb 24, 2021

hard keeper ottb - the only thing that worked

I have a young and growing OTTB and upon purchasing her we had a couple of health issues that we needed to sort out… Unfortunately, that caused her to drop a lot of weight. It was difficult getting her weight back up and it seemed like no amount of hay, grain, or oils were doing the trick. I started adding weight up into her grain (2-3 scoops depending on her work load) on the days that we worked with her, which was generally 3 to 4 days a week. We started noticing results within the first week or so, but she continued to improve and get better over the months! This has become a staple in our routine And is the only thing that has actually worked.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By ForMsDolly on May 10, 2021

Something new

Easy to give and seems to be working. She has put on some much needed weight and seems more active.. will continue to give through the year to hope help her to keep it on and to gain some muscle mass too.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By fvidal on Jan 16, 2021

AniMed Weight-UP

Been using this product on both of my dogs (one being a puppy and one older) since I got it delivered, so 3 weeks now, and not a change in weight for either whatsoever. I'll keep trying but you'd thing after 3 weeks of use you'd see a difference. Note: dogs are healthy, no diseases, just need to keep some weight on during these cold winters with no success so far.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Aryanna on Jan 28, 2021

Works well

My horses didn't initially like the flavor but they are seeming fine. May be too early to really know how well it works.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By ChaseTheGem on Mar 1, 2020

Good Product

We’ve had AWFUL hay at our barn, and my horse rapidly dropped weight towards the end of December/beginning of January. She’s 23, but she’s always been an extremely easy keeper. So I was at a bit of a loss as to what to do! So I upped her feed (TC senior + Alfalfa Pellets + Beet pulp) and added in fat supplements. I use 2 scoops of Weight up in conjunction with 2 scoops of Ultimate Finish 40 daily. It’s really helped my girl!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Kittensrule on Mar 22, 2020

Helped our 48 year old Appaloosa

Poco is now 48 with the usual muscle wasting in old horses but was losing weight regardless of how often or how much she was fed. Incredibly she still has her teeth so chewing / foraging and eating hay, was not an issue. She, and the rest, also get a supplement to assure they are receiving their RDA of vitamins and minerals. Everyone else is thriving (including our 35 year old quarter horse) so we knew we needed to do something for our precious little girl. It’s been 3 weeks and the change has been noticeable. She is gaining weight and is much brighter and happier. We smile watching her prance and even breaking into a trot to keep up. We rescued her at the age of 30 from a life that had not been kind. Determined to provide as much love as we could cram into the years she had left, she is our miracle. Small in stature, huge in determination and perseverance.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By MomOfHenry on May 6, 2020

Quarter horse

Only used about 2 weeks putting with senior feed to get weight back on after winter.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Sierra on Oct 6, 2019

Works great, pricing is okay

Worked for my Shetlands who are rescues and didn't handle the quick weather changes very well and dropped so much weight. This supplement really helped them get back to a healthy weight.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By teri on Sep 20, 2019

Rehab of emanciated Elder horse

Gigi's not keen on the taste, having to and power Gatorade to mask it. As far as body mass it's too soon to tell. Not quite a month yet