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Aches & Pains by Retrieve Health 40261

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Retrieve Health Aches & Pains healing relief is made with the all natural herb White Willow. White Willow has been used for centuries for natural pain relief and reduction of fever. White Willow's most important medicinal qualities are its ability to ease pain and reduce inflammation as well as reduce fever, antiseptic, and immune-boosting effects and over time it actually helps heal your dog.

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SKU: 40261

Aspirin-free Retrieve Health Aches & Pains for dogs contains White Willow Bark, a natural herb used for inflammation and pain control. White Willow Bark is used in treating mild fevers, colds, infections, arthritis, and other forms of pain caused by inflammation. If your dog has been injured, recovering from surgery, or simply has aches pains, and fevers,then this is the perfect choice for restoring your dogs quality of life. Retrieve Health Aches & Pains is as effective as aspirin, however, White Willow does not cause stomach upset or liver damage as aspirin can. White Willow will not thin your dog's blood unlike aspirin which can cause excessive internal and external bleeding. 

  • All-natural, aspirin-free, helps eliminate pain
  • Safe to use, will not affect liver or kidneys
  • Treats mild fevers, colds & infections
  • Eliminates pain caused by arthritis & inflammation
  • Excellent for pain relief after surgery, will not thin the blood like aspirin
  • Improves healing

    Active Ingredients:

    White Willow Bark Extract, MSM, Yucca

    Inactive Ingredients:

    Liver DF, Calcium Carbonate, Fructose, Stearic Acid, Magnesium Stearate, Silicone Dioxide

    Weight Amount:

    Dogs us to 26 lbs. -- 1/2 Tablet Twice Daily
    27 lbs. to 50 lbs. -- 1 Tablet Twice Daily
    51 lbs. to 99 lbs. -- 2 Tablets Twice Daily
    100 lbs. & up -- 3 Tablets Twice Daily

    60 chewable tablets per bottle.

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