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Botanical Animal® In Training™ is rated
Rated 4 out of
Seems to make a difference
I bought this product several weeks ago and have used it with both my horses. It seems to do what it's intended - help them stay focused and ease some of the anxiousness. Using it longer term will tell for sure.
Date published: 2019-08-02
Rated 5 out of
Our mare wasn't "trained" until she was 6 yrs old, so she's proven difficult to work with at times. A few years ago we discovered that whenever she was particularly anxious or inattentative, it definitely helped to give her a few drops of In Training about 30 minutes before we started warming her up, usually as soon as we get to her barn. She enjoys it so much now that she lets me squirt diretly from the dropper into the side of her mouth, which is really saying something for n rather head shy horse. The potency seems to hold up over the course of the 6 months or so it takes to use each bottle, as well. I would recommend it if you have a horse tht "wants" to learn, but losses focus easily.
Date published: 2019-04-05