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AniMed AniPrin F

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$7.12

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5 lb

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Product Summary:

 

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

For Product Information and MSDS Sheet, please click on Manufacturer’s Information to the right.

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MSDS SheetManufacturer Information
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
1lb SLT700339 001 90014 694244900143
5 lb SLT700339 005 90015 694244900150
2 1/2lb SLT700339 025 90098 694244900983

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have used this on my horse with laminitis..it really helped relieve his pain
Patti P on Aug 10, 2019
horse with pain issues
Jessica T on Dec 11, 2018
have used this on my horse with laminitis..it really helped relieve his pain
Patti P on Aug 10, 2019
this a great product for pain in horses
dana g on Jan 5, 2019
horse with pain issues
Jessica T on Dec 11, 2018
Have one old horse blind in one eye from cataract. Vet says to keep him on aspirin for the rest of his life to avoid high blood pressure causing other eye from going blind.
John S on Aug 13, 2018
my horse will consume this product and needs it for medical purposes
Sanna R on Apr 30, 2018
I looked at the reviews
Aly M on Jan 27, 2018
I have used it before
Joann P on Jan 17, 2018
It works! Great for stiffness, arthritis and minor injuries
SUSAN B on Jun 15, 2017
have used remission for years and trust AmiMed
Carol A on Jan 9, 2017
seems to work
PAUL B on Jan 8, 2017
Effective & inexpensive pain relief to keep on hand.
Sandra H on Oct 28, 2016
My vet recommended this as a daily supplement for my mare with Uveitis. She hasn't had any flare-ups since I started it about 5 years ago.
Leann D on Sep 22, 2015
I have a pony with recurrent Uveitis that I have on this.
Lucile F on Sep 10, 2015
Prices
Ida R on Apr 5, 2015
Senior horse with arthritis
Shirley C on Feb 16, 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
He prefers it
R A on Feb 5, 2014
My dressage mare is now into her late teens and I have found that using AniPrin she is more comfortable in the evening and the day after she has been ridden. I don't use Bute as I used to.
Linda L on Dec 16, 2013
this a great product for pain in horses
dana g on Jan 5, 2019
Have one old horse blind in one eye from cataract. Vet says to keep him on aspirin for the rest of his life to avoid high blood pressure causing other eye from going blind.
John S on Aug 13, 2018
What is the difference between AniPrin P and AniPrin F? I'm looking for a different pain reliever in my horse emergency kit, as Bute is getting too expensive... Thanks!
A shopper on Mar 8, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Seems the only difference is quantity: 1 lb or 2.5 lb
I've used Aniorin with excellent results on a chronically laminitic 29 year old mare for six months
Mix it with oatmeal and a little pancake syrup as it's very sour and a bit of water and stir into senior pellets
Anoprin makes the difference between walking on all four hooves and hopping to avoid weight on right front
I give my older larger dog aspirin each day and was wondering if I could use this instead (at a lower dose of course)?
Tracey on Dec 29, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I'm not sure. I don't see why not, just use the dose recommended for the dog's weight. I don't use this as pain relief for my horse, so I can't tell you how effective it is. I use it more to keep an auto immune disorder at bay. Sorry this isn't much help.
I was considering something like this for my horses ringbone, but am worried about it bothering his stomach with long term usage. Is this a concern or is this product safe for long term use?
A shopper on Feb 14, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I think you should contact your vet and ask their opinion. I would hate to say this is safe for what you want to use it for and then your horse has adverse results. I was using this for a laminitic horse, but the vet has since changed the med regimen to a daily pill that is working out really well. So definitely check with your vet before you start using this daily. Other than that it is a good product and I have no complaints about the short time that I used it.
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.
Is this product safe to use on pregnant mares for joint pain and inflammation?
brooke h on Apr 16, 2017
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BEST ANSWER: I would check with your vet before giving your mare any medications. You might ask about using MSM, which is a natural anti-inflamatory and may offer your mare comfort.
Can a pregnant horse have this?
Tina S on Jul 18, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hi Tina! We recommend speaking with your veterinarian to ensure the safety and health of your horses.