As more Americans take herbal supplements to support overall wellness, many are quickly realizing that herbs can benefit their beloved animals too. Whether it’s using chamomile to calm a skittish German shepherd, milk thistle to support kitty’s liver, or a combination formula with devil’s claw to ease a horse’s aching joints, consumers are turning to herbs to keep their animals’ organs firing full-tilt, stave off illnesses and lessen their pets’ phar
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