AniMed AniPrin P 16 oz

$12.59
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AniMed AniPrin P 16 oz

$12.59

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Product Summary:

AniMed™ AniPrin P

This is a completely pure USP Grade Aspirin designed specifically for horses of all kinds and categories.  It provides quick relief from joint pains, minor muscle aches, inflammations and fever. Its' quick healing properties make this a preferred medicinal product among many horse owners. You can easily use the AniMed AniPrin P as a normal feed ration or as a top dress. Each ounce of this medicinal formula contains pure acetyl salicylic acid (28, 350 mg per ounce).

Features:
• Quick relief from joint pains
• Quick relief from fever
• Aids in reducing muscle aches


Item Specifications:

Ingredients:
Per Ounce:  Pure Acetylsalicylic Acid 28,350mg per ounce

Recommended dosage:
To mature horses give 4 to 8 tablespoons two to three times daily
Each ounce contains minimum - Acetylsalicylic Acid, USP - 14.100 mg in a palatable base
Scoop included

 
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Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by It's working :) I originally purchased this product for two horse's my gma has on farm, one with arthritis in his hind leg and the other a bum hip. But I gave the small dosage recommended on the jar and her elderly Rottweiler has been trotting all over the yard, he still has some pain but he can actually use his leg. The horses are also improving. :) I don't think it has any taste, none of them spit it out and the dog eats dry dog food! October 23, 2011
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