Stp Stop The Pain 32 oz

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STP by Cox Vet Labs

Cherry Flavored liquid to help relieve pain and inflammation related to arthritis, osteoporosis and performance related injuries.

Product Details:

  • Contains yucca extra and devil's claw
  • Safe and natural
  • Alternative to Phenylbutazone (Bute)
  • Not intended for use in pregnant mare
  • Not likely to result in GI upset or ulcers
  • Recommended dosage 1oz daily
  • Cox Veterinary Products cannot be shipped outside of the contiguous United States

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    Customer Reviews

    Average Rating:
    5.05

    (based on 7 reviews)

    By
    Liberty, IN
    August 02, 2018
    5.05
    "My horse has a lot of arthritis in his neck and I hope over time this will help with his pain so I can ride him lightly "
    By
    March 31, 2018
    5.05
    "Seems to help my older guys especially the day after a trail ride. My picky eater has no problem eating it."
    By
    Rochester, NY
    March 31, 2017
    5.05
    "I have a 16 y.o. QH who's been been through the wringer. No wonder he has arthritis issues! This product helps maintain him so he can work through the stiffness. My guy is #1 in the barn! Without this stuff, he wouldn't be able to have a job any more."
    By
    Harlem, GA
    January 14, 2017
    5.05
    "Have a 5 year old mini that foundered and gave him this twice a day instead of bute. Works great! He's almost fully recovered after a month and a half of treatment with this and hoof boots. He loves the taste and will take it directly from syringe. Also works wonders on sore muscles when I trail ride my OTTB. Cheaper than buteless and exactly the same ingredients. Love it."
    By

    April 12, 2016
    5.05
    "My 18yr old OTTB has a host of leg/hoof issues nearly constantly. He has injured himself in his stall and out. Most recently he damaged his tendon enough to warrant stall rest for over a month. We are talking three legged hopping lame."