Glacier Peak Herbaprin
All natural and Organic HerbAprin can help dogs (and horses relax), sleep and heal. It is the perfect choice for relieving discomfort and anxiety safely and effectively.
It also contains herbs known to be mild dog sedatives so she can rest more comfortably. please note HerbAprin is NOT suitable for cats.
If your dog has acute discomfort following surgery, injury, or illness or just works or plays too hard, HerbAprin can help with:
- Age-related aches and pains
- Discomfort associated with conditions like hip dysplasia, arthritis, and ACL/CCL injuries
- Soreness from tumors and cysts
- Sleeplessness and restlessness due to discomfort or anxiety
- Post-surgery discomfort
- Hospice Care
Recommended Usage: Use as needed for pain, but no more than 3 times per 24 hour period. Discontinue use 10 days prior to any surgery. And wait 24 hours after surgery before giving.
HerbAprin is the perfect "pulsing" option if your pet has difficulty with day's off dosing of Inflapotion™. For more information on pulsing click here.
Dogs - 3 ounce package contains approximately 128 servings (1/4 tsp)
|Up to 25 pounds||1/4 -1/2 teaspoons up to 3 times per day|
|26-50 pounds||1/2 - 1 teaspoons up to 3 times per day|
|51-75 pounds||1 - 1 1/2 teaspoons up to 3 times per day|
|Over 75 pounds||1 1/2 -2 teaspoons up to 3 times per day|
Use as needed for pain, depending on severity of injury. Decrease as improvement is observed
Also available in a 20 Capsules trial size pack
|Up to 25 pounds||1-2 capsules up to 3 times per day|
|26-50 pounds||2-4 capsules up to 3 times per day|
|51-75 pounds||4-6 capsules up to 3 times per day|
|Over 75 pounds||6-8 capsules up to 3 times per day|
Ingredients: HerbAprin is made with 100% Organic herbs in a proprietary blend: White Willow bark, Feverfew herb, Skullcap herb, Valerian Root, Chamomile flower, Passionflower, Rosemary herb, and Capsicum
In order to preserve freshness, keep closed in a cool, dry place and avoid excessive heat. This product is not intended to cure or treat major disease, illness, or injury and is not a substitute for regular veterinary care. Not for human consumption