Who owns Platinum Performance Equine?

Platinum Performance will operate as a wholly owned subsidiary of Zoetis, and will continue doing business from its Buellton, California, headquarters.

What does Platinum Performance do for horses?

Developed in veterinary practice, it provides extensive joint support with ASU, hyaluronic acid, cetyl-myristoleate, MSM and glucosamine for joint health. It includes Platinum Performance Equine to support every part of the horse from digestion, skin & coat, hooves, and more.

Can a horse get too much zinc?

The estimated upper tolerable limit is 500 mg/kg feed, or 5000 mg per day. Toxicity might occur in industrial areas where pasture grasses contain very high levels of zinc. Growing animals are more sensitive to excess zinc and may develop lameness, swollen joints, or poor bone growth.

How long can a horse stay on bio-sponge?

If there is no noticeable improvement within 7 days, it’s recommended to discontinue use. If there is improvement but the intestinal disturbance hasn’t resolved, continue administering Bio-Sponge until the loose stool has subsided.

Is soy OK for horses?

Soybeans, when processed and fed correctly, are a great source of protein and fat for your horse. They are also a great source of phosphorus, low in fiber, and are highly digestible. To get the most benefit for your horse, consider what type of soy you are feeding your horse.


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