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AniMed AniPrin F

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AniMed™ AniPrin F

Flavored aspirin mix assists in the relief of minor muscular aches, joint pains and also helps in reducing fever. 

·         Aids in the relief of inflammation and pain associated with arthritis

·         Pure aspirin powder blended in a molasses-flavored base and can be used as a top dress.

·         For use in mature horses and cattle

·         Contains 14,100mg of Acetylsalicylic Acid

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Ida R on Apr 5, 2015
Mildly footsore horse today after a trim. I'd like to see if this helps out, he is occasionally footsore for a day or two after a trim.
Missy B on Jan 4, 2015
Senior horse with arthritis
Shirley C on Feb 16, 2015
He prefers it
R A on Feb 5, 2014
My vet recommended aspirin for my horses COPD to reduce inflammation in the lungs. What would be the dosage for this condition?
A shopper on Apr 23, 2015
Best Answer: I'm not sure. My vet recommended a scoop a day (the small scoop that comes with it) for my horse to keep his moon eye flare ups to a minimum. I would ask your vet to make sure. I'm sure it all depends on how bad your horse's COPD.
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