4% of poll participants believe
That shaginess in horses is just part of getting older and there's nothing you can do to prevent it or make it better.
94% of poll participants believe
Laminitis (lameness) can become so serious that eventually a horse will be unable to bear any weight or walk on its feet.
3% of poll participants believe
When a horse gets fat lumps in unusual places, such as around the eyes or the top of the neck, he or she is just getting old and out of shape.
9% of poll participants believe
Treating PPID is really expensive and difficult to do. I don't think it's worth it.
85% of poll participants believe
That although PPID is most common in horses 15 years and older, some horses can be diagnosed with the condition as young as 4 years old.
92% of poll participants believe
That early diagnosis and treatment can improve existing signs of PPID.
59% of poll participants believe
That their horse was diagnosed with PPID from 16 - 25 years old.
21% of poll participants Breeds are Other
Which breed best describes your horse/pony?
14% of poll participants see signs of shaggy coat associated with PPID
What signs of PPID does your horse have?
61% of poll participants noticed improvements in I have not used PRASCEND of use
After starting use of PRASCEND®, how long was it before you noticed improvements in your horse?
Important safety information
PRASCEND is for use in horses only. Treatment with PRASCEND has been observed to cause inappetance, with most cases
being transient. Weight loss, lethargy, and behavioral changes may be observed in some horses. If severe, a temporary
reduction of dose may be necessary. PRASCEND has not been evaluated in breeding, pregnant, or lactating animals. As
PRASCEND is a dopamine agonist, it may interfere with reproductive hormones involved in these groups of animals. The
concurrent use of dopamine antagonists should be avoided since these agents may diminish the effectiveness of PRASCEND.
PRASCEND should not be used in horses with hypersensitivity to pergolide mesylate or other ergot derivatives. Refer to
the package insert for complete product information.