Primaballerina: a new spring in the joints
Painful joint disorders aren’t uncommon in dogs. Inborn misalignments, irresponsible breeding, malnourishment, excess weight or permanently over-stressed joints can lead to various ailments in the locomotor system. A classic condition caused by this is arthrosis in dogs. This is degenerative and cannot be cured. Symptoms include lameness, stiffness and permanent soreness. The medicinal herbs and Bach flowers in the Terra Canis herbal hero ‘Primaballerina’ are well-known for their positive effect on the joint metabolism and the production of synovia. It contains devil’s claw which is used in naturopathy classically for joint complaints. The Bach flowers centaury, gentian and wild rose provide additional support.
Dietary supplement for dogs.
Meadowsweet herb, willow bark, goldenrod herb, pomegranate seeds, stinging nettle leaf, calendula, devil's claw, pink rose blossom, linseed, safflower blossom, Bach flower essence (centaury, gentian, wild rose, olive, aspen, cerato)
Protein: 12.4%, fat content: 4.6%, crude fibre: 28.2%, crude ash: 5.2%
Dog’s weight - Feeding recommendation/day:
Up to 20 kg 1 spoon
Up to 30 kg 2 spoons
Up to 40 kg 3 spoons