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No Bute No Bruise for Horses

No Bute No Bruise for Horses No Bute No Bruise for Horses No Bute No Bruise for Horses
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  • 500ml Spray £9.49

Description

Blending soothing natural botanicals including Arnica, Witch Hazel and Devil's Claw, all with well known beneficial properties, No Bute No Bruise is an effective Phenylbutazone-free cooling spray developed specially to provide lasting relief for tired, bruised legs and muscles and to relieve over-heating.

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Reviews (1)

Summary of Reviews for No Bute No Bruise for Horses

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By on 10 December 2017

I use this on my dogs and it really is effective. Agility dogs are very prone to getting knocks and injuries and no bruise makes sure they don’t get stiff and sore.

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Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding No Bute No Bruise for Horses, including answers from our team.

12 February 2015 at 11:30am

Uses for No Bute No Bruise

Janie

My pony has a sore shoulder, either he has strained himself charging around in the field or been kicked. There is no broken skin, heat, or obvious bruising. Can I use this as a topical treatment or should I treat him internally?

  • VioVet Staff

If there is no outward sign of injury then I would recommend that you use an internal treatment. This topical treatment would do no harm, but might well not get to the relevant tissue.