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Calming Care for Cat Anxiety and Stress

What is Calming Care? Calming Care is a natural, herbal supplement designed to gently assist felines with moods that reflect a calm and balanced state. The herbal ingredients in this formula are meant to be administered daily, with a long term outlook. They are non-sedating and will not cause your cat to feel sleepy or drowsy. Calming Care helps your pet feel at ease in different situations or with life in general. Calming Care contains eight…

$45.95

Calming Care for Dog Anxiety and Stress

What is Calming Care? Calming Care is a natural herbal supplement designed to gently assist dogs with consistently calm and balanced moods. The herbal ingredients in this formula are meant to be administered daily, with a long term outlook. They are non sedating and will not cause your dog to feel sleepy or drowsy. Calming Care helps your canine feel at ease in different situations or with life in general. Calming Care contains eight herbal…

$45.95

Hairball Gold

…and providing adequate moisture and fiber in the diet are good ways to help your cat manage hair in the GI tract. Sometimes that is not enough. Hairball Gold will provide a safe and natural way to lubricate the pathway, aiding comfortable hairball excretion. This formula was devised by our holistic veterinarian, without mineral oil or petroleum products, providing an alternative to the standard commercial products. It not only contains herbal…

$45.95

GI CleanUp Gold for Cat Worms

About Internal Parasites There are a variety of internal feline parasites, or worms, which can make a home inside your cat’s body. These include roundworms, hookworms, tapeworms, and whip worms, of which roundworm is the most common in felines. Young kittens are most susceptible to cat roundworms as they can be transferred to the kitten from its mother through the placenta or breast milk. Cats can also acquire worms from another small…

$41.95

GI CleanUp Gold for Dog Worms

About Worms in Canines Dogs are subject to infestation by many types of worms (internal parasites), including: * Roundworms * Tapeworms * Hookworms * Whipworms Canine intestinal worms attach themselves to the lining of the intestine (the “intestinal mucosa”) and consume a dog’s blood for food. They also prevent your dog from absorbing nutrients, sapping your canine of it health and energy. The most common types of internal…

$41.95
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