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Chamomile in the Kibble

Chamomile in the Kibble

Herbal ingredients on the rise with vets, pet owners

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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