Senior Dog - total support for the older dog
A pure dried herbal supplement for the older dog containing several herbs each selected for their specific ability to help support all the physiological systems of the dog as it ages. Devils Claw root helps maintain flexible joints, Milk Thistle for liver support, Cleaver for a healthy lymphatic system and circulatory herbs such as Nettle and Hawthorn, known to herbalists as “ the nurse of the old heart”. Click here to see our Senior Dog video.
Alternatively consider the liquid equivalent Canine Senior Dog Gold or if your older dog only seems to need mobility support then our Canine Mobility may be more appropriate.
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Meadowsweet herb, Devils Claw root, Milk Thistle seed, Hawthorn tops, Cleaver herb, Dandelion root, Nettle herb, Burdock root and Rosemary herb.
Directions for use: There is a 2.5ml scoop inside each bag.
Full instructions will be found on the packaging or in our VIDEO GUIDE but if you have any queries please do contact our Helpline for more information.
Add to dog's feed on a daily basis, dividing the required amount between two meals where possible for best results. Introduce slowly, especially if your dog has not had supplements before and allow up to four weeks for benefits to be seen.
5 kg - ½ x 2.5ml scoop per day -125g bag will last approx 6 plus months
10 kgs - 1 x 2.5ml scoop per day - 125g bag will last approx 4 months
20 kgs - 2 x 2.5 ml scoops per day -125g bag will last approx 2 months
30 kgs - 3 x 2.5 ml scoops per day -125g bag will last approx 6 weeks
40 kgs - 4 x 2.5ml scoops per day - 125g bag will last approx 1 month
50 kgs - 6 x 2.5 ml scoops per day - 125g bag will last approx 20 days
Hawthorn's latin name is Crataegus oxycanthoides. The name Crataegus comes from the Greek word - Kratos - which means strength, because of the hardness of the wood. Oxycantha is derived from the Greek - osux- meaning sharp, and - akantha - a thorn.
Hawthorn is know in England as Maybush or whitethorn, because the shrub blooms in May producing a profusion of white blossoms. It is the flowering Hawthorn tops and the Hawthorn berries that are used by herbalists.
Can Veteran or Veteran Gold be used in conjunction with conventional medication? Generally the answer is YES, but we always advise owners to contact us before purchasing this or in fact any product, to check that it will not interfere or interact with any conventional medication their dog my be having.