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Vet's Best Aches & Pain For Dogs (50 chewable tablets)
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Vet's Best Aches & Pain For Dogs (50 chewable tablets)

Item: VB10126
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Vet's Best Aches & Pain For Dogs (50 chewable tablets)
An active dog's best friend. Our potent, aspirin-free formula of White Willow and Pineapple Bromelain helps quickly ease temporary discomfort due to regular exercise and normal daily activity. Especially great for very active dogs who are involved in physical training and competition.

Directions for Use for Dogs
Under 25 lbs.................................................1/2 tablet
25 - 50 lbs.......................................................1 tablet
50 - 70lbs...................................................1 1/2tablet
Over 75 lbs......................................................2 tablet

Give recommended number of tablets twice each day. For high
maintenance dogs, the number of tablets can remain at twice the normal level

Active Ingredients per Chewable Tablet
Glucosamine HCL (from shellfish)......................250mg
Bromelain.........................................................250mg
Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM).......................100mg
White Willow Bark (Salix alba)...........................50mg
Yucca (shidigera)................................................20mg

Inactive Ingredients:
Brewer's Yeast, Calcium Carbonate, Liver (defatted, Pork), Magnesium Stearate, Natural Flavorings, Rice Powder and Yeast (Torula).

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By Sue L.
United States
Vet's Best
June 4, 2015
I have a 15 year old dog that is doing great with some signs of arthritis. We give him Vet's Best 2 times a day and he does well. We walk him daily and he loves his walks. I believe the Vet's Best is the best for him.

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