AniMed Via-Calm 2 lb

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Via Calm by Animed. Stress Relief supplement for horses suffering from environmental induced stress while assisting with healthy digestion. Perfect for horses in training, showing or racing.

Product Details:

  • Promotes sense of relaxation and mental alertness
  • Will not cause drowsiness
  • Yea-Sacc 1026 source of live, naturally occurring beneficial microorganisms for healthy gut and digestion
  • 2 lb jar
  • Feed 1-2 tablespoons per 1,000 lbs body weight daily or 2-4 tablespoons 1/2 hour prior to an event

Active Ingredients per ounce: l-Tryptophan 1000mg, Thiamine 500mg, Calcium 227mg, Magnesium 142mg

Product cannot be shipped to New Mexico.

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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:

(based on 8 reviews)

Youngstown, OH
May 30, 2019
"I picked this up about a month ago for my mare who seemed to have anxiety when being tacked up and ridden. She had a huge issue with bit chomping, rooting, and head tossing. I tried numerous bits, double checked saddle fit, etc. About 2 weeks after starting this supplement, I started riding her again and have had no issues with chomping. She now chews lightly in the bit and licks, which is great. I finally enjoy riding my horse."
March 28, 2019
"I’ve been using Viacalm for a few months now and I’ve noticed a huge difference on my trail horse and my barrel horse."
February 06, 2018
"I'm not sure this helps with reactivity, but it does no harm, may do some good, and is affordable and easy to use, so I include it in my routine."
September 14, 2016
"Great product!! "
July 21, 2016
"I took my Arabian gelding to the ocean where he had never been. It was also his first trail ride in yrs. Fed this to him the first morning and he did well! No prancing, no dancing - followed along with the group of horses with no issue! When we went for a second ride the next morning, I felt confident he could handle the situation so didn't give him any. Oh my! I could NOT get him to walk; he was all over the place, jigging, jogging in place - basically an idiot! Huge difference."