As pet parents, we are faced with many decisions. One of the most difficult is deciding how to treat pain in our companions. We definitely don't want them to suffer, but we know from our own experience with modern
medicine that the long-term side effects of pharmaceutical drugs can cause
serious harm. Traditional veterinary treatments like Rimadyl and Metacam have
been shown to cause bleeding ulcers and organ damage in dogs. Similarly, it is
well accepted in the equine veterinary community that Phenylbutazone, or Bute should only be given
for short periods to avoid damage to horses kidneys and sensitive digestive
tracts. Our feline friends face the additional challenge of having very few
options for pain relief, as most
NSAIDs (non steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) are unsafe for cats at any
Whether the pain is
acute, perhaps from an injury or following surgery, or chronic as with
arthritis or other degenerative conditions, when our pets are in pain, we
suffer right along with them. The last thing we want to worry about is if the
pain relief we are providing them is causing long-term damage or adversely affecting their health.
As more information
regarding the dangers of modern pharmaceuticals is revealed, more pet parents
are looking for other options for pain relief for dogs, cats, and
horses. Fortunately, alternatives to
traditional veterinary medicine are readily available. These ancient remedies
are just as valuable today and can provide powerful pain relief for dogs without dangerous
side effects. The answer lies with herbs. As an experienced
herbalist knows, combining the right amount of the right
herbs is the key to obtaining the optimum benefit for your pet. That is what we offer you
with Glacier Peak Holistics products. Inflapotion and HerbAprin, our synergistic inflammation and pain management blends, are based on
thousands of years of research. These formulas can reduce pain and repair damage,
helping your pet retain or regain mobility.
Our Inflapotion formula comes in a multitude of forms and sizes - one is certain to be just right for your pet's needs.
* Capsule size is "00" and too large for most cats and small dogs. The tincture works best for them.