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  • ProQuiet 60 Chewable Tablets ProQuiet 60 Chewable Tablets

ProQuiet 60 Chewable Tablets

by Animal Health Options

$14.99 Suggested Retail Price: $18.99 You Save: $4.00

Details

Benefits:

  • Safe and Gentle L-Tryptophan Formula
  • helpful for maintaining a healthy nervous system and mental attitude.
  • tested and is safe and effective for use as directed.
  • safe enough to use daily or can be used as needed in stressful situations
  • Chewable Flavored Tablet - savored by both dogs and cats.

Veterinarians recommend ProQuiet for use in the following situations: 


Travel and motion sickness
Holiday company
Grooming
Thunderstorms
Mild separation anxiety
Territorial aggression/dominance
Competition associated anxiety
Fireworks
Behavior modification/training for enhanced focus

Cautions:


It is important to note that when using ProQuiet, label recommended doses should not be exceeded. ProQuiet may be used on an occasional basis or on a daily basis for mild separation anxiety. However, for maximum effectiveness, do not exceed 7 continuous days of use without a 2-day interruption. Without interruption, the body may build up a tolerance to the ingredients.

Do not give to animals younger than sixteen (16) weeks.

DO NOT USE IF OUTER SAFETY SEAL IS BROKEN

This product is intended for intermittent or supplemental feeding only.

Keep container in dry place. Keep out of reach of children.

NOT FOR USE BY PEOPLE - ANIMAL PRODUCT ONLY


Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Is ProQuiet safe to use in seizure patients?
A: Based on anecdotal information from veterinarians, there are no contraindications

Q: Are there any contraindications with calming drugs such as clomipramine?
A: Combining ProQuiet with tricyclic antidepressants such as clomipramine or selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors SSRI's is NOT recommended as it could lead to adverse effects.

Q: Is it true that hops ingestion can lead to hyperthermia in dogs?
A: It is true that discarded brewer's hops plugs have caused toxicity in dogs. The format and amount ingested appear to be key factors. The amount of hops extract in ProQuiet is considered safe for animals. Additionally, hops are classified as GRAS generally recognized as safe by the Association of American Feed Control Officials AAFCO.

Q: When should an effect be expected?
A: Based on research and feedback, effects are typically seen within 30-60 minutes from administration. More severe cases may require several days of use before results are seen.

Q: How long will the effects last?
A: Depending on the case, effects have been reported as lasting from 1 hour up to 12 hours

Instructions

RECOMMENDED USAGE:

3-24 lbs

1/2 to 1 tablet per day

25-50 lbs

1 tablet per day

51-100 lbs

2 tablets per day

Over 100 lbs

3 tablets per day

Above amount may be doubled if needed. If product appears to be less effective after a prolonged period of uninterrupted use, an occasional two-day break may help maintain a higher level of effectiveness.

Do not give to animals younger than sixteen (16) weeks.

DO NOT USE IF OUTER SAFETY SEAL IS BROKEN

This product is intended for intermittent or supplemental feeding only.

Ingredients

GUARANTEED ANALYSIS

EACH TABLET CONTAINS

(All values are minimum quantities unless otherwise stated)

L-Tryptophan (minimum)

4.9 %

Niacin (B3)

20 mg

Pyridoxine (B6)

5 mg

Folic Acid

0.045 mg

Vitamin B12

1 mg

Taurine*

4.0%

(* Not recognized as an essential nutrient by the AAFCO Dog/Cat Food Nutrient Profiles)

INGREDIENTS: Dried Whey, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Pork Liver Meal, Vegetarian Beef Flavor, Vitamin B-12 Supplement, L-Tryptophan, Taurine, Hops, Chamomile, Niacinamide, Brewer’s Dried Yeast, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Ginger, Folic Acid.

Not recommended for use with tricyclic antidepressants or selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors.

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