Herbsmith Adds Four Supplements


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Responding to consumer requests, Herbsmith has expanded its supplement options with a range of products for dogs addressing issues such as coat health, anxiety and more.

The new Glimmer supplement combines coat-glossening herbs, and omega-3 and omega-6 essential fatty acids to bring out the show coat in all dogs in an easy-to-feed soft chew. For firework-phobic dogs, the July Third soft chew includes valerian, chamomile, thiamine, L-tryptophan and passion flower to promote relaxation and normal emotional balance. It is designed to help dogs cope with external stresses such as fireworks, boarding, trips to the groomer and car rides.

Herbsmith Spector is formulated to help maintain normal eye function and vision in dogs by eliminating free radicals associated with the aging process and reducing the negative effects of oxidative stress. Lastly, Scooter’s Butt Bar by Herbsmith contains soluble fiber to help support anal gland health, digestive health and bowel health in an individually packed, ready-to-eat bar. It contains pumpkin, pumpkin seeds, psyllium husks, lentils, cinnamon and diatomaceous earth.

 

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