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My 22 year old flat shod Tenn. Walking Horse has used Acti-flex for almost nine years. We've put a lot of miles one in four western states and Canada. She is just as eager to go out on trail today as she was when I got her 10 years ago. She is an athlete who needs good care and good nutrition. Acti-flex is a key component, in my opinion, to her continued good health.
My mare goes little old lady to spring chicken on this stuff! The pellets also keep the mare stare at bay. Absolutely worth the price and a solid investment.
One star removed, as not as palatable as some other joint remedies. Working well on a senior ex-race horse. Not sure if I will purchase again.
My 6 yo ottb does fantastic on this joint supplement and it's so reasonable.
This is a new product I am trying, my horse eats it in his grain without any issues, he is totally sound, will wait to see long term effects. Product had higher doses of joint ingredients and much cheaper than brand I have been using.
I have my 22 yr old gelding and 4 yr old mare on this and can't say enough good things about it. Both horses have great range of motion and healthier (and active) from it. Are there "better" products out there, yes, but that also comes at a greater cost. Acti-flex has the highest content of the "Big 4" joint and tissue support with an adorable price tag of 70 cents per day. Value within budget.
I have been feeding this for a bit over 2 weeks now at the loading dose. Is it helping? Maybe. I am going to give it a fair trial as the next step would be my vet doing a full old-age lameness exam with possible injections as the answer and/or going to pain management. This horse is a puzzle as he moves sound, showing no problem, but he stands with one front leg out in front of himself. He is old enough and has awesomely crooked legs so probably has arthritis everywhere. In the last few days, I have seen him standing square more often than not. These are nice pellets which he happily eats.
Switched to this after using a different brand for several years. This is a better price, easy to feed with grain, and for my 28 year old it has higher amounts of the same ingredients in one serving plus a couple of added ingredients not in the other brand, so hopefully it will keep her comfortable. I will keep supplementing with added MSM however as the combo works best for her.
I have been giving this supplement for a few years to our older horse at the recommendation of a trusted friend. It has helped his joints stay flexible and he likes the taste.
I switched to the pellets from the liquid my horse eats them up even if not in his feed and he's a super picky eater.