AniMed AniPrin P 16 oz

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AniMed AniPrin P 16 oz

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


Item Specifications:

Ingredients:
Per Ounce:  Pure Acetylsalicylic Acid, USP 28.35g per ounce

Recommended dosage:
To mature horses give 4 to 8 tablespoons two to three times daily
Scoop included

 
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Item Number Model Number UPC
E002280 90011 694244900112

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We have been using this for our retired show horses the past 2 years and are very pleased with the results.
Kathleen A on May 19, 2018
request from my Trainer.
Kathleen A on Jun 5, 2017
We have been using this for our retired show horses the past 2 years and are very pleased with the results.
Kathleen A on May 19, 2018
It works! Great for stiffness, arthritis and minor injuries
SUSAN B on Jun 15, 2017
request from my Trainer.
Kathleen A on Jun 5, 2017
Good for inflammation.
Courtney E on Mar 3, 2017
I always keep a supply of Bute handy in my horse emergency box- It's become so expensive, however, that I've decided to go with something more affordable. I was thrilled to find this alternative!
sandra a on Mar 9, 2016
OTTB with body soreness, hoping this helps loosen her up.
Maggie S on Feb 29, 2016
sounded good
Nancy S on Jan 7, 2014
Nice to have on hand as an alternative to Bute.
Liatriz L on Dec 4, 2013
It works! Great for stiffness, arthritis and minor injuries
SUSAN B on Jun 15, 2017
Good for inflammation.
Courtney E on Mar 3, 2017
Why does this product state it has 28,350mg of pure acetylsalicylic acid per oz. Under ingredients, Then under recommendations, it states14,100 my pure acetylsalicylic acid per oz.. ??
Mickey V on Jul 25, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Thank you for pointing that out! We have verified this product is Pure Acetylsalicylic Acid, USP 28.35g per ounce.
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.
Which would be the dose for my 30 pounds dog?
Goldie on Jun 24, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Goldie, aspirin is not the choice of NSAID for a dog. There are more effective and safer NSAIDs to choose from. Please do not give this to your dog without checking with your veterinarian. In addition the logic behind the dose of recommendation in the previous answer is flawed. Please do not follow this and again ask your dogs veterinarian.
Ill effects on horses?
A shopper on Nov 28, 2014
BEST ANSWER: We bought this to give our old mare when she was really stiff and sore. It really helped ease her movements. We also gave it to my dad's horse when he foundered because he was so sore in the front end he couldn't hardly move. It was amazing how quickly it worked and how much it helped. I never saw any adverse effects in either horse.