PureCountry wrote:Actually our vet didn't recommend it. A friend did, although we didn't try it. We were giving lots of mineral oil in the water and she was drinking lots of it. One of those things I guess.
OldDog/NewTricks wrote:Years ago I used "Doc Bell's" I got out of Canada
I RAN OUT YEARS AGO
I tied a friends horse on the back bumper of my Truck, after I got him up - after 10 miles he was quired...
Big Muddy rancher wrote:Found this on another site.
"Hayley, Just came across your query today. You probably rec'd many answers a long time ago. However, I will tell you a little about Dr. Bells. I had believed that it was a very very old product, however it may not be as old as I thought. I came across a small bottle of it this year in an old barn. The contact info it says, "Viosin(??) Veterinary Products Limited, Don Mills, Ontario (Canada) M3C 2H5." The use of this form of postal coding on mail in Canada came about in '69-72, so it can't date back any further than that. It is extremely toxic, the 4 ingredients being Aconite, Digitalis, Belladonna, and Nux-Vomica. The dosage recommendations on the bottle are in terms of mere drops on the tongue of sick animal."
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