Tuesday, 23 April 2013

Sarcoid cure for horses

Fred also had 2 matching sarcoids, one at the top of the inside of both front legs. One was a flat sarcoid, about an inch across and the other was nodular one about the size of a grape.

I had a horse years ago that developed a sarcoid in the middle of her belly and had it removed by the Vet using the 'Liverpool' cream. It was very expensive and was very painful for her and I vowed to never use it again. She got another nodular one on her fetlock and I tried a £20 cream called 'EQUR' by Gayne Prospero and without any pain, it pulled out completely, root and all, within 3 weeks. I have since used it on other peoples horses and it has never failed to remove them.

This morning, after 3.5 weeks of Equr treatment, I see that the flat sarcoid has gone completely and the nodular one is down to about 2 match heads and is wobbly, so it is about ready to pull out.

Unfortunately, Gayne Prospero is no longer trading and I guard what is left of my Equr very well!

Fred Update

Fred is now 7 weeks post op. and her stifle is still catching. It has stopped locking, and some days are worse than others, but she has grown so much in the last 7 weeks and filled out as well. I don't know whether to leave her and see what happens as she is certainly maturing at the moment, or go the whole hog and get the ligaments cut? What do you all think?