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Fight Back saved my horses life

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‘My horse is allergic to alfalfa, brome, wheat, corn, weeds willow and oak, 29 out of 60 things tested on her labs. She is also PSSM1.

I live in Alaska and the bugs make her welt. She would get horrible hives, and that’s just what we can see! They get them inside too.

I had tried everything. Dex only worked while she was taking it and continuous steroids create their own issue. I was really thinking I would have to let her go. Her misery was just too much.

That’s when I came across an ad for Fight Back. It has my hail Mary last ditch effort.

She has gone a full year with no hives! It took a little time to figure a maintenance dose. But we have her allergies under control! I tell anyone and everyone with horses that get hives to give it a try! ‘

Betty James, Alaska

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