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Dodson & Horrell Rosehips for Horses

  • 1.5kg Tub £13.18
  • 5kg Bag £41.44

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Dodson & Horrell Rosehips are used as an anti-oxidant to encourage healthy liver, kidney and circulatory function. They are an excellent source of natural Iron and vitamins A, C and K, which help support the horse's immune system which is useful for recovering from injuries or illness. They also contain Biotin which is effective at keeping hooves healthy.

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Rosehips are supposed to help arthritis

6th Mar 2015
isis Sugarfish
  • VioVet Customer Since: December 2014
  • From: Somerset, United Kingdom

I'm 7&a half, and a newly arthritic 28kg dog. Research has shown rosehips & fish oils rather than glucosamine help arthritis, so should I get my human to get theze horse ones? , or I'm just send her out to pick them fresh when they grow back outside ;-)

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

The science behind many of these products is somewhat lacking, but they are widely believed to be of benefit. Rosehip can be given to dogs, but this should not be done in huge quantities as that is potentially unhelpful. Picking and using fresh ingredients has a lot of appeal and is probably better in many ways, though growing conditions can affect the content of many of the natural compounds in plants, so you might be adding an extra uncertainty. Tests can be done on manufactured products to produce known levels of key constituents.