Slippery Elm for Dogs and Cats

Slippery Elm for Dogs and Cats

from 22.99

What's It Good For?

Gastric Distress

Diarrhea Or Loose Stool

Stomach Irritation

Constipation

Slippery Elm is an herb that moonlights as a digestive aid (thanks, elm!). Lubricating and coating the protective layers of the bowel, it acts as the first defense against inflammation by keeping foods, grass, or things your pet shouldn’t be eating, from causing further irritation. Think of slippery elm as a bowel lozenge if you will.  A lozenge coats the sore throat, lubricating it so it’s easier to swallow food and liquids. Slippery Elm does this for your pet’s bowels. Inflammation is reduced, and the not-so-pleasant symptoms of GI upset are eased.

Dog and cat digestive issues can be a pain for pet parents (and your pet’s backend) but Slippery Elm can help. Not only may it help ease occasional constipation and gastric distress, but it can help a dog or kitty with diarrhea too.  When the bowels are protected, your furry friend can start eating regularly again, shortening recovery time so they can get back on their adorable paws quicker.

What's In It?

Organic Slippery Elm Inner Bark

Our Slippery Elm is just ground, organic slippery elm bark. Simple as that!

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Ingredients

Ground organic slippery elm bark

Directions for Use

Administer the recommended dosage below.
Intended species: Dogs and Cats

Powder For Dogs

<15 lbs: ¼ tsp twice a day
15-30 lbs: ½ tsp twice a day
31-80 lbs: 1 tsp twice a day
81-120 lbs: 1½ tsp twice a day
>120 lbs: 2 tsp twice a day

Powder For Cats

¼ tsp twice a day

Cautions

For animal use only. Not to be used in pregnant pets. If animal’s condition worsens or does not improve, stop product administration and consult your veterinarian. Not for use within 48 hours of surgery/anesthesia. Absorption of drugs taken simultaneously may be delayed. Store in a cool, dry place.