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If you’ve ever had to clean up after your dog you’ve no doubt become quite intimate with the fact that human beings aren’t the only ones who have gastrointestinal (GI) upsets from time to time.

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Egg immunoglobulin (known scientifically as IgY) is found in high concentrations in the yolks of immunized hen’s egg

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"There are several reasons why horses tend to colic more as the winter months linger. Lack of quality grazing, too cold water and reduced exercise time can contribute to equine colic."...

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Dr. Keith is the new AAEP "On Call" veterinarian and was interviewed by RFDtv program called Western Sports Round-Up.

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Canine GI Disease Care

May 14, 2014 1:07:06 PM

We typically meet three types of veterinarians in the field.

1. Those who have never tried probiotics in their practice,

2. Those who have tried them and didn't find them effective and

3. Those who use it on a regular basis as a preventative measure for keeping the GI microbes healthy.

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Exertional rhabdomyolysis (ER) or Tying Up is an equine muscular disorder that affects thousands of horses around the world.  First noticed and publicized in the 1800s, it was finally recognized around 1970 as a muscle disease that resulted in myoglobinuria, in which myoglobin, a type of muscle cell protein, appears in the urine because of muscle cell damage.

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Exertional rhabdomyolysis (ER) or Tying Up is an equine muscular disorder that affects thousands of horses around the world.  First noticed and publicized in the 1800s, it was finally recognized around 1970 as a muscle disease that resulted in myoglobinuria, in which myoglobin, a type of muscle cell protein, appears in the urine because of muscle cell damage.

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Horses Help Save Starving Horses!

Apr 16, 2014 3:45:32 PM

After some of the most well-known veterinarians in the US started using our products exclusively, we found ourselves with a business. However, we wanted to build something with meaning... That's really how FullBucket got started.

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New FullBucket Products Q1 2014

Mar 5, 2014 1:51:01 PM

Those veterinarians who know us here at FullBucket know that we only make a product when it's REALLY needed or not readily available. We've got a few new products on the shelf and a couple in the pipeline.

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Dr. Rob Franklin, DVM, DACVIM explains how FullBucket equine supplements are used to fight GI problems in horses such as diarrhea, colitis and chronic colic.

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