Nutra Bites Anxiety&Stress


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As a part of the health-giving Nutra Bites™ category, these tasty anxiety & stress supplements are for puppies and adult dogs exhibiting nervousness, hyperactivity, or responding to environmentally induced stress. These anxiety supplements are rich in flavonoids, terpenoids, and phenolic compounds.

Chick pea flour, eggs, olive oil, ashwagandha, skullcap, flax seeds, holy basil, lemon balm, chamomile, spirulina, water

Guaranteed Analysis

Olive oil (Olea europaea): 0.24 g
Ashwagandha (Withania somniferia): 0.04 g
Skullcap (Scuttelaria lateriflora): 0.04 g
Flax seeds (Linus usitatissimum): 0.03g
Holy basil (Ocimum sanctum): 0.02 g
Dried lemon balm (Melissa officinalis): 0.02 g
Chamomile (Matricaria recutita): 0.02 g
Spirulina (Spirulina platensis): 0.01g

Feeding Guideline

� Break bites into smaller pieces for dogs under 20 lbs and supervise use.
� Each bite is made with herbal plant material. Please follow the guidelines for best results. 2 bites per day for dogs under 20 lbs. 4 bites per day for dogs between 20 and 40 lbs. 6 bites per day for dogs over 40 lbs.
� Please read the cautions on the packaging.
� Herbs aim to support all the organs and biological processes involved with a particular concern. For example, in supporting a dog with seasonal allergies, bowel habit and liver function is targeted, not just immune modulation. Therefore, bowel function and detoxification pathways would also see improvements in this example.
� We recommend regular supplementation. In general, you should expect to give 1 month of supplementation for every 1 year the condition has been present.
� Watch for gentle, and gradual improvements as the plants support, nourish and improve your pet�s health.
� Remember adjust your pet�s calorie intake now that you are adding the Nutra Bites.

Do not exceed recommended use. Do not use in animals receiving other drugs, unless directed by a veterinarian. Not for use in pregnant or lactating animals. If animals condition worsens or does not improve, stop product administration, and consult your veterinarian.