HAPPY HALTER REDUCES CRIBBING AND ANXIETY IN HORSES

HAPPY HALTER REDUCES CRIBBING AND ANXIETY IN HORSES


New York, NY (June 19, 2012)- The Happy Halter is a portable medical device used by veterinarians, trainers and other equine professionals to reduce cribbing, head shaking (TMJ) and general anxiety in horses. Cleared by the FDA for human use in 1991 and widely used in the equine market, the device stimulates the brain's production of serotonin, GABA and endorphins.

"Having used The Happy Halter in my practice for over 10 years, I can unreservedly tell you that it is very effective as a calming device and stress reducer. It provides a drug-free, predictable effect that increases with continued use," said Judith Shoemaker, an equine veterinarian & chiropractor.

The Happy Halter is a portable, battery-powered device that calms horses quickly, safely and effectively using a twenty-minute transcranial treatment. This natural treatment reduces stress, anxiety and pain in horses, without the use of drugs or other invasive measures.

The Happy Halter is manufactured in the USA by Fisher Wallace Laboratories and is now available through Dover Saddlery, the country's leading source for equestrian products.

For more information, please visit www.HappyHalter.com or call 212-688-8100.

About Fisher Wallace Laboratories
Founded by Charles Avery Fisher, the son of stereo pioneer Avery Fisher, Fisher Wallace Laboratories manufactures the Happy Halter and the Fisher Wallace Stimulator, a cranial electrotherapy stimulation (CES) device cleared by the FDA for the treatment of depression, anxiety and insomnia. Fisher Wallace Laboratories continues groundbreaking research at Harvard Medical School, Columbia Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital, NYU Medical Center and the University of Maryland. The company's devices are made in the USA. http://www.fisherwallace.com/

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