Allergy Aid Soft Chews for Dogs & Cats by NaturVet Naturals
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Allergy & Itching Relief
Recommended to help support your dog's or cat's proper skin moisture content for a healthy skin and coat while helping to support normal respiratory health.
- Help Support Skin Moisture - Healthy Skin - Healthy Coat - Support Normal Respiratory Health
For use in dogs & cats over the age of 12 weeks Under 20lbs - 2 soft chews daily. 21 to 40lbs - 3 soft chews daily. 41 to 60lbs - 4 soft chews daily. Over 60lbs - 6 soft chews daily. Amounts can be divided between AM and PM.
ACTIVE INGREDIENTS per (2) Soft Chews
- Calcium Ascorbate (Vitamin C) -- 100 mg - Colostrum (30% lgG) -- 50 mg - Grape Seed Extract -- 40 mg - Omega-3 Fatty Acids -- 14.4 mg - Omega-6 Fatty Acids -- 3.5 mg - Biotin -- 2 mg - Omega-9 Fatty Acids -- 400 mcg - Vitamin E -- 5 IU - Alpha Amylase (Aspergillus oryzae var.) -- 300 SKB - Lipase (Aspergillus niger var.) -- 30 LU - Cellulase (Trichoderma Longibrachiatum) -- 10 CMCU - Protease (Ananas Comosus) -- 3000 PU - Probiotics (Lactobacillus Acidophilus) -- 14 Million cfu of Lactobacillus (at time of manufacture)
I STARTED GIVING THIS TO MY FRENCH BULL DOG BECAUSE I DID NOT LIKE GIVING HIM STEROIDS AND SUCH ! AND IT WORKED MIRACLES ON HIM HE IS DOING SO MUCH BETTER HE DOESN'T GET AS MANY SORES ON HIS BODY FROM THE SEASONAL ALLERGIES ! AND HE LOVES THE TASTE WHICH IS A PLUS ! I RECOMMEND THIS PRODUCT FOR YOUR DOG IF HE HAS ALLERGIES ITS WORTH A TRY IF ALL ELSE FAILS!! AND NO SERIOUS SIDE AFFECTS LIKE THERE IS FROM STEROIDS!!
July 19, 2012
By: Lachelle K.
My Yellow Lab has the worst skin allergies and is allergic to everything. This chewable mixed with Blue Buffalo Fish and Oatmeal dog food has really helped to control his allergies.
June 17, 2012
By: Rebekah S.
I am very happy with the Allergy Aid. I gave it to my golden retriever who has a sort of hay fever every year around the spring time, and about a week later, she started scratching less, and biting at her skin less. I have already tried feeding her different things and also already give her flea and tick medicine so knew that it wasn't her being allergic to flea bites. She seems to be good to go now.