Shardy is an 8yr old Purebred Egyptian Arab. His owner, Jen was having no end of trouble. His issues included:
- Frequent lameness and struggling to get up hills
- He became spooky
- He rubbed his nose a lot, especially when out riding, stopping on the track to rub his nose on his leg.
- Muzzle twitching
- Then he suddenly also developed the facial crests
Jen had been feeding other ‘oxalate’ products for 2 years with zero results.
A very basic feed was recommended (oaten chaff, soaked beet and/or copra, 2 tablespoons salt daily, grassy hay) with XtraCal.au + Supreme Vit & Min.
He was also fed GrazeEzy for the spookiness.
The pictures show the results after just 3 months on XtraCal.au: