Originally Posted by StaceyRoop
no because BoSe doesnt help with contracted tendons and usually selenium deficiency is noticed in the rear legs not the front.
I disagree.. My experience has been that BoSe is *great* for contracted tendons and crooked legged babies.. I had one this year with both front legs bowed outward (like, out to the sides) at the knees, but I figured it would straighten itself out so I didn't do anything.. Well, a couple of weeks later, I noticed she was still bowed out, so I finally gave her a shot of BoSe to see if it would help.
Her legs were straight **the next day**.