May 23, 2010
I went on a trail ride with a friend and we had a little trouble crossing a small stream of water with my horse, JR, we did a lot of circle and finally got him across. Shortly after that I kinda thought he did not feel right, but kept going. I finally stopped and got off and JR has a bout of colic going on. We are about three miles from home, I call hubby to come and get me and bring ECR. I had to ride him about a mile back to a dirt rode where we could get picked up. Hubby arrived, got him unsaddled, gave him the ECR, loaded him and took him home. Approximately three hours later he is finally feeling better and that evening he was fine. Again ECR helped save JR from colic. I think it was a weather change, we were warm, temps dropped about 20-25 degrees for two days and that is when he got colic.
God Bless ECR.
Billie / Big Water Utah
May 22, 2010
I board a few horses and when I was doing the evening feeding, a mare, Dusty, who is a very good eater, came to the trough like she was going to eat when I threw the hay. Went on to feed other horses, came back and Dusty was laying down by her feeder. Administer ECR and in two hours, Dusty was back to normal. Again we had this weather change from warm to cold. Possible?? Again God Bless ECR. Dusty is doing fine.
Billie / Big Water Utah
My neighbor, Gail, called and her older horse is having a bout of colic, the other neighbor, Lydia told her I had ECR. She came and got a bottle. I went over with my stethescope to help check for gut sounds. When I got there they had just given her the ECR and at that time there was no gut sound. I stayed for about 1 1/2 hours. Gut sound was coming back and the mare seemed to be feeling okay. I went back the next morning, they were still concerned and were going to take her to Flagstaff for observation. Her husband got the trailer ready to go and by noon Gail decided her mare was okay. Gail got another bottle to have on hand.
Big Water Utah
February 6th, 2010
Saturday night I (Billie) got a call from my neighbor Vicki, her mare, Scarlett, had colic. I took a bottle of ECR over. When I got there this mare had colic REAL bad. She was cramping and trying to drop and roll consistently. We gave her the bottle right away and I checked for gut sound, NONE. We kept her moving and up, sometimes it was hard, she really wanted to lie down and roll. The last time I saw a horse in this much pain was mine and she did not make it (that was before I got ECR). In about 30 minutes we could hear gut sound on one side, but not the other. After about three hours gut sound was returning good on one side, not so good on the other and she still seemed to be in a lot of pain, so against the ECR instructions we administered banamine also. Within an hour she was feeling much better. So I went home and returned the next morning. I know banamine does not solve the problem, only mask it. The next morning she still wanted to lie down and roll although she was not in near the pain she was in at first and not violently rolling. Gut sound was real good on one side and pretty good on the other side. We administered a second bottle of ECR and later that day she was have nice big and wet manure piles with great gut sound on both sides. I know in my heart that ECR SAVED THIS HORSE. I am grateful that I was able to help my neighbor just like many of my clients do for their neighbors. Nobody wants to lose their beloved horse, which is truly heartbreaking.
Give Vicki a call 928-691-0484 / Utah
Billie, thank you again for your help last night in locating a bottle of ECR for my gelding, Trofeo. Susan and Ken were wonderful and supportive by meeting my husband halfway so we could save time in administering this to a very sick horse.
The one vet that returned my frantic call was more than an hour away from us, and we were not sure we could make it out of our long drive and road with our large trailer and all the mud created by 3 consecutive snow storms a week ago. After talking to you this morning, I know you face the same problems living in a remote location with horses can create when needing immediate vet care.
I had seen the ad for ECR in the local horse publication and considered ordering…..but really wanted to hear how it worked from someone I knew. I didn’t realize that person would be myself!
Trofeo started exhibiting symptoms around 4:30pm that afternoon when he was put in the barn for the night and showed no interest in his hay. After finding him flat out on his side and still no interest when offered a bran mash (his favorite) I knew we had colic. Light exercise had no effect either and at that point I was taking his temperature, vital signs, listening for gut sounds, checking gums and capillary refill. The vet that did return my call recommended taking him to the valley with the symptoms he was displaying.
Almost exactly one hour after Trofeo received ECR he passed manure and continued to do so throughout the night. I was on ‘poop patrol’ until this morning, but I have a horse that is acting his ornery self again. I have already put out the word to the vet I spoke to last night (she took your phone # and email address) and a large horse group in the valley. I will also speak to the local feed stores and try to convince them by my personal experience with ECR to keep it on hand for their clientele.
When you compare farm call fees, vet care, and transportation to a nearby clinic…..in our case a 2-3 hour trip, the cost of ECR is well worth the peace of mind knowing you can help your horse immediately instead of waiting hours for an available vet. Please add my name to your list of contacts here if someone else needs help!
Scarlett & Trofeo
Call Scarlett at 480-433-8352
Hi I just wanted to thank you for this amazing product. Our horse PJ who is the love of our life is still alive thanks to equine colic relief. It is a Sunday I live in a small Mormon town so of course no vet open especially on Sunday, I had purchased this product to have on hand in case of a situation like this. We went out to feed on a Sunday morning and he was laying down well no big deal then gave him his food and he just pawed it and laid down again. He had no gut sounds on either side. We administered the colic relief and within 30 minutes he had gut sounds on both sides and within 60 minutes he had a normal bowel movement and wanted his hay. I am very grateful because this member of our family means the world to us.
PJ and the Baldwin Family
August 29, 2009
4-H Coconino County Horse Fair — Rock, nine year old gelding got colic at around 12:30 pm. Adjabah had just rode him and put Rock back in his stall. She went to check on him and he was sweating and trying to drop and roll. They call me, Billie, horse project leader, and sure enough Rock has a bout of colic. We administered Equine Colic Relief and the 4-H members took turns walking Rock to keep him from rolling and in two hours Rock was over his bout of colic. Adjabah rode Rock in barrels, poles, and goat tying just 2 1/2 hours after his bout of colic had started and ended.
4-H Horse Project Leader
August 12, 2009 – Page Arizona
At 3:00 pm I get a call from one of my 4-H members, Carmen and her horse, Duke, is in the midst of a bout of colic. They are not sure how long Duke has had the bout, as they found him at about 2:00 pm with colic. I arrived at 4:00 pm and gave him the Equine Colic Relief. Duke has no gut sound and is trying to drop and roll. Not knowing how long Duke’s bout has been going on, possible hours before he was noticed, it took the full 200 minutes before we started seeing a lot of relief. He did start getting gut sound back in about 60 minutes. I stayed with Carmen and Duke for five hours to make sure he was okay. In that time he had peed twice and taken a drink of water, but still had no bowel movement. I had to go and checked back the next day and Carmen reported that Duke had eight big piles in his pen and was doing fine.
4-H Horse Project Leader
July 10, 2009
5:40 AM, phone rings and one of my boarders is telling me my horse has colic. I jump up, dress, and I am out the door. Sure enough Junior has colic. I administered the Equine Colic Relief at 6:00 AM and it took the whole 200 minutes before he started showing signs of getting over the bout. I called a few friends who came over to help. We did walk him because we need something to do while waiting. Junior continued to paw most of the time whenever we stop walking him. Because we were walking him I had to take him into his pen to offer water and he took a poop, although he did not drink at that time. When he started showing signs of being better, we put him a separate pen to observe and at this time he took a very big drink. I left him there for an hour or so and he took another poop and peed. Around noon I put him back in his pen where he took another pee. By now he has peed twice and pooped four times and has started eating. What a big relief knowing I had something to fight colic with. I have lost two horses in the past before I had Equine Colic Relief. The last one!!! I knew about the product and procrastinated about buying the product and I lost my precious horse. I had found her within 30 minutes of her starting the bout, took her to the vet, and they could do nothing for her. This time I was prepared for a bout and saved my horse.
Distributor of Equine Colic Relief
Kristi, manager of Olsen’s Grain in Flagstaff AZ reports back that customers are telling them ECR saved their horses. In January 2009, an Olsen’s Grain customer was able to contact the store manager on a Sunday and get a bottle of ECR and save his horse. The customer not only was gratefully that he was able to save his horse, but also save $$$by not having an emergency vet call.
Nov 29, 2008
Brooke’s gelding, Smokie, got colic early in the morning. After getting a bottle of Equine Colic Relief and stopping the bout of colic, Brooke was able to take an afternoon ride with her guest who were there for the holidays.
Brooke W, Utah
Summer of 2008
Over the summer Dell administered six bottles to six different horses in his neighborhood. All horses survived their bouts of colic. Dell said one horse had been down for several hours before he arrived and was not sure the product would work, but administer it anyway. To Dell surprise the horse got up in 30 minutes and started eating and survived the bout of colic. Six horses in the neighborhood SAVED!! Call and ask Dell about Equine Colic Relief 435-691-2826
Dell T, Utah
Summer of 2008
I got a call from a friend I had told about Equine Colic Relief all in a panic that his horse is having a bout of colic. I took a bottle in and administer it to his horse, Grey. Grey was standing very lethargic when I arrived. Checking his gut sound there was next to nothing. We administered Equine Colic Relief and within 15 minutes started to hear gut sound again. Within 30 minutes there was lots of gut sound and within 1 ½ hours Grey was completely over the bout and back to normal.
Colic is still the one thing horse owner’s fear the most. Owners with Equine Colic Relief in their bag don’t have that fear anymore. They know they can just reach into their bag and pull out a bottle that can stop a bout of colic in an average of only 90 minutes. Sand colic cases can take up to 2 hours more, but it can be stopped just as easily and reliably. Of course, nothing but surgery can save a horse with a twisted or telescoping gut or for stones and extreme gravel impaction for that matter. But it works great for the most common forms of colic such as Impaction, Gas, Spasmodic, and Sand Colic without trauma, side effects, duress, or further pain. If you only had one single health product to keep available for your horse, this should be it. Stock several to keep in your barn and in your truck. Many clients have saved their neighbors horses simply because they ordered it and made it available to their friends. Equine Colic Relief is a safe alternative with natural ingredients and an incredible TWELVE-YEAR SHELF LIFE. It’s ready to work for you and your horse when you need it the most. Just remember that the fastest shipping in the world won’t be fast enough if your horse has a bout of colic without this. Now you finally have a real alternative to just waiting for help to arrive. Now you can take control and help your horse. You are your horse’s number one advocate. Your horse depends on you to make the right decisions. We have all been ‘dreaming’ for an answer to equine colic. So you can do the right thing now or else you could just keep on dreaming.
Billie of UT/AZ
The fastest shipping in the world won’t be fast enough when you have a colic emergency on your hands!