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Tendons - animal treatment for horses, dogs, camels, etc.

Tendons animal treatment:

Tendon strain - one of the scariest and most undesirable diagnoses of any veterinarian. 


Tendon treatment tutorial - click here!

Chances of Success: using the vetdrop system (based on actual work results) very high

What are your options?

 There are now several options. 

We know that blistering is also used very often, which is completely illegal. Sometimes also some creams that act like blistering that are halfway legal. Until now we've never heard of them work, but they hurt the horse like hell. Of course, you only have to apply it once. How short-sighted we are and how lazy we are. My personal opinion: what I would not do on my own body, I also do not do on an animal. Otherwise we could fall back into 19th century medicine.

Other methods are more humane, but hardly help at prices that a normal person can bear. These methods are not guaranteed either. 

Most people choose one option and give up after about 2-3 months, since nothing usually works, and put their horse out on the pasture. Or if they have already had negative experiences with tendon injuries, the horses will be placed directly on the fields. Experience says 1 year on the pasture and then the horse should be rideable again. What does that actually mean? 

In turn, experience says that when the horse has been out of training for 1 year, it takes at least 6 months to rebuild the muscles and then there is always the extremely high chance that the tendon, which tends to become brittle above the break point, is always extremely high rips. We should not forget that in the 1 year that the horse is out of action, it will still eat and will also need to be cared for. These are also costs. Depending on where the horse is kept, the effort can be kept low, but it is still expensive.

Our experience tells us otherwise. With Vetdrop and a specially manufactured phytoproduct with hyaluronic acid as the main substance, the healing of the tendons is supported so well that the structure can be started again after 4-6 weeks of treatment. 

 Video tendon treatment - click here


The oxygen-charged hyaluronic acid is introduced with our patented application system in extremely fine molecules at supersonic speed in wide sweeps from top to bottom into the area of ​​the tendons clearly defined by the veterinarian. The veterinarian can also decide whether it is necessary to use other products that he can then administer himself. The treatment is carried out over a period of 10-12 minutes. As we have seen in the various studies at the University of Zurich, the product is able to reach the affected area in a very small but controlled dosage and this appears to be extremely effective in helping the body to self-regulate regenerate. A higher dosage does not make sense and, as we have seen in the studies, can even be counterproductive. A deposit is actually formed and the body seems to be able to call up this deposit when it needs more product. The continuous supply of hyaluronic acid seems to keep the tendon supple, and it does not become brittle or tear again. 


How long does the treatment last and how often is it used?


The dose is usually given every other day for a period of 2-4 weeks and should either be carried out by a veterinarian or a therapist, but only under the guidance of the veterinarian.

 An ultrasound should be done before the start and then after 4-6 weeks. Further work with the horse should then only be carried out in consultation with the veterinarian, who will then advise how the horse should be built up. 


As a rule, it is not common that you, as a customer, have already had several horses with tendon damage. Therefore, it becomes difficult for Be to decide for himself how much time should be invested in the construction. For this reason, it is essential to strictly adhere to the veterinarian's instructions. The serious build-up after successful treatment is the A + O for future unrestricted stress on the recovered tendon!

As long-time users of the system, we have no concerns with such problems, after correct treatment and serious reconstruction, to exert full pressure on the affected tendons again, but each owner has to decide for himself.

As therapists, we have never had a horse known to us in any of the horses that we have treated, which has suffered tendon damage again on the affected tendons.



We have documented many cases of these successes. In fact, several customers have already decided to buy this device because of their enormous personal success with their tendon-damaged horse.


General uncertainty:

It's strange, but every time we treat a tendon that is found to have a tendon injury, everyone is very suspicious and nervous. The banana that usually forms when a tendon is pulled usually disappears quickly, but only with our eyes we cannot see whether the tendon is okay or not. As we all know, a horse is not always lame with a tendon injury as the pain subsides. So you have to check it with ultrasound. Then we call the vet - the vets have asked several times whether the leg they have checked is the right one, since no damage is visible and that after 4-6 weeks. We stopped publishing such ultrasound images because all the other vets who saw it immediately stated that the angle was different from the original image and therefore you cannot see the problem. 


We can only show the videos of real experiences or thank you whatsapps from customers. 

Conclusion and honesty:

Here you have a good chance of recovery within 4-6 weeks. All other methods take longer. Why not try it out? It's the most cost effective way to work. If it doesn't work, the loss is minimal, but your chances of success are enormous. Everything else is exactly the opposite.



How does this work?

  • by administering the appropriate natural substance, in this case hyaluronic acid, directly around and on the damaged area at regular intervals of two to three days for 4 to 8 weeks (depending on the intensity of the damage)
  • without a needle, i.e. risk of infection
  • without the additional administration of medication, which in turn stresses other organs
  • absolutely free of stress and pain for the animals

What happens during the treatments?

  • The inflammation / swelling will go away
  • cell regeneration is stimulated
  • blood circulation is promoted
  • the healing process accelerates
  • the elasticity of the tissue is ensured

Of course, it is even easier to prevent than cure - this is exactly what Vetdrop is ideal for. Already successfully used preventively in racing, healthy horse legs can also be treated preventively in order to ensure maximum resilient, elastic tendons.

Of course, TIME and PATIENCE also apply here! We once treated a horse with tendon damage on an outpatient basis, but only about 4-5 times, which of course did not bring the desired result.

On the other hand, another case was absolutely gratifying. The gelding had major tendon damage on both front legs and two large black "holes" on the ultrasound. We treated him in our stable for 2.5 months and during the follow-up check the vet doubted whether it was the same horse at all! Hardly anything to be seen in the ultrasound and the horse is absolutely painless and lame-free.

Conclusion: Vetdrop is not a magic machine, not even for tendons or for animal treatments. But it can stimulate the healing process, shorten convalescence and make people and animals happy!

We have had very good experience with horse tendon injuries and therefore almost everything here revolves around horses. Since the tendons are the same in all animal species (including humans), it can be assumed that the process is the same regardless of the animal.

Examples - please click on the text below to be forwarded to the examples:

Annual medical report of the Sandgrueb Foundation's rehabilitation ward - Vetdrop treatments

In our treatment journal you will find many articles on tendon damage and its repair

Longitudinal tear of the deep flexor tendon within the fetlock tendon sheath

The 16 year old gelding had a defect in the deep flexor tendon with swelling of the pastern jointThe 16 year old gelding had a defect in the deep flexor tendon with swelling of the pastern joint

Tutorial - tendon treatment - Tendons animal treatment

Thank you reference from Champhorses

Thank you reference from Starby

Videos - please click on the text below to be forwarded to the videos: 

Life PR - alternative and effective therapy for osteoarthritis, joint inflammation, tendon injuries and open wounds

Veterinarians in action - Regio TV Schwaben - youtubeVeterinarians in action - Regio TV Schwaben - youtube



Vetdrop Studies University of Zurich

Click here for a summary of Professor Dr. Brigitte von Rechenberg to arrive


A little bit about our history and why we decided it was worth making Vetdrop

First attempts in 2005 were very promising. Read more here.

Success table German and origin of Vetdrop - with the first treatment table


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