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Dorwest Scullcap & Valerian Tablets 100's (Dogs & Cats)

Dorwest Scullcap & Valerian Tablets 100's (Dogs & Cats)

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traditional herbal remedy for the symptomatic relief of anxiety, nervousness, excitability and travel sickness and an adjunct in the treatment of epilepsy in dogs and cats.
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DORWEST SCULLCAP & VALERIAN TABLETS 100'S (DOGS & CATS)

Dorwest Scullcap and Valerian is a traditional herbal remedy for the symptomatic relief of anxiety, nervousness, excitability and travel sickness and an adjunct in the treatment of epilepsy in dogs and cats.

Calms and relaxes without sedating. Scullcap & Valerian Tablets can be used on a daily basis or as and when required for specific occasions or situations.  Please note that epilepsy should only be treated in conjunction with your veterinary surgeon.

Scullcap & Valerian Tablets are the ultimate herbal combination in a sugarcoated tablet, which is invaluable to calm and relax dogs and cats suffering from excitability, apprehension, phobias or hyperactivity.

Scullcap & Valerian will not cause drowsiness or impair normal behavior or performance, making it suitable for those who just need to be settled for showing, travelling, training and obedience work. Calms nervous travellers but is also ideal for any occasion when a strange environment or situation might cause apprehension or anxiety, making it a useful training aid for young dogs being introduced to the show ring, thunderstorms, fireworks, visits to the vet etc.

Effective in the control of territorial spraying in cats that is often a problem in neutered males.

Under veterinary supervision Scullcap and Valerian tablets are used in the control of epilepsy, often in conjunction with orthodox anti-convulsant drugs.

Although there have been no reported or recorded adverse reactions for this medicine with regard to its use in pregnant or lactating animals, we have no data available to support the safety of its use in these animals and it is therefore not recommended.

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