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AniMed AniPrin F

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Product Summary:

 

AniMed™ AniPrin F

Flavored aspirin mix assists in the relief of minor muscular aches, joint pains and also helps in reducing fever. 

·         Aids in the relief of inflammation and pain associated with arthritis

·         Pure aspirin powder blended in a molasses-flavored base and can be used as a top dress.

·         For use in mature horses and cattle

·         Contains 14,100mg of Acetylsalicylic Acid

For Product Information and MSDS Sheet, please click on Manufacturer’s Information to the right.

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MSDS SheetManufacturer Information
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
1lb SLT700339 001 90014 694244900143
5 lb SLT700339 005 90015 694244900150
2 1/2lb SLT700339 025 90098 694244900983

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keeps old horses happy
it sure helps an old horse when they get a little muscle sore. without out having to use bute..
June 7, 2018
Purchased
4 months ago
I am using this for joint pain on my 30 year old horse.
My horses seems to get around a little better when using it on a more regular basis. She does get inflammation when not using it for a while and I can tell the difference. I also use it for another of my horses when she decided to limp around from calcification hoof pain. The old horse doesn't always eat it in her grain but the second horse eats it right up in her grain no problem.
November 9, 2015
Works Great!!!
I run barrels with my appendix mare and it takes a toll on her joints and hips. She had her hips injected last year, but she still is still and this helps with the joint inflammation and discomfort. She is on 2 tsp each day. She feels soo much better. i even took her off it for a couple days to feel the diffenece and she was really stiff and couldnt keep her back leads. I will most certianly keep her on this as long as i have her.
May 27, 2014
picky horses didn't care for it
Mine are a little picky, I guess, they wouldn't eat it top dressed on their grain; but it does help with inflammation.
March 11, 2014
Works well , horse eats it
I use this for a horse with poor lower leg circulation (shes 18 hands) , and when she doesn't move around a lot she gets stiff. This helps with any minor aches and pains and I think helps loosen her up faster when riding . May cause stomach issues with some horses, mine doesn't seem to have a problem but it could be an issue. She eats it with no problem but she isn't picky . Great price considering I use 4 scoops daily
August 7, 2013
good for temporary relief
This is great to give my lame horse before trimmings. As long as I put it in some thing he pigs down.
June 23, 2013
great for arthritic horses
I have a horse that doesn't respond to bute but is much more comfortable after his aspirin. I usually give him only a tablespoon, 2 for bad days. He has no problem eating it and at this price it's very handy for his tough days.
January 29, 2011
Picky Eaters Beware!
If you have a picky eater in your barn, then spring for the paste. My appy stuck his nose up at this no matter how much I tried to disguise it (and I pulled out all my usual tricks!) My other horses didn't seem to have a problem with it since they happily swiped a few bites.I don't know the quality since the one horse that I have that needs it won't eat it, so I'm neutral I guess.
March 17, 2010
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Have been using this for years for my horses with arthritis and navicular pain.
Jacque A on Jan 6, 2017
This is a good alternative to bute.
DANA M on Aug 12, 2016
Have been using this for years for my horses with arthritis and navicular pain.
Jacque A on Jan 6, 2017
for the bad days when my horses joints hurt she is 35 years young
ALESSANDRA C on Sep 19, 2016
This is a good alternative to bute.
DANA M on Aug 12, 2016
I give it to my horses after a strenuous day of challenging trails. Just hoping to ward off some of their soreness.
CANDY R on Mar 11, 2016
helps old horses with arthritis, and young competition horses after many back to back runs or hard riding. Horses do not care for the palatability though, so you do have to kinda sneak it in with other stuff.
G A on Jan 29, 2016
senior horse care
LORRAINE S on Nov 26, 2015
swicth between this and bute for pain.
Tricia G on Jul 27, 2015
This helps my older arthritic horse move around and be able to be exercised without limping or being in pain. He eats it well enough and he is very picky. If your horse is sore it's a good daily pain reliever.
SUSAN B on May 29, 2015
recommended by our vet for 2 different horses. They both eat it readily with pelleted feed.
Christine H on Mar 5, 2015
My vet and I choose this together for her
Richard H on Sep 29, 2014
I have 3 geriatric mares (all 3 are 30+ years old). After earning their keep on a wilderness trail operation for over 20 years they have joint issues. This seems to help and make their "retirement" more pain free.
R F on Apr 26, 2014
Ancient Percherons
KRISTINE B on Mar 21, 2014
this has helped my horses with minor aches and pains after riding
ANGELA D on Mar 10, 2014
for the bad days when my horses joints hurt she is 35 years young
ALESSANDRA C on Sep 19, 2016
I give it to my horses after a strenuous day of challenging trails. Just hoping to ward off some of their soreness.
CANDY R on Mar 11, 2016
Can AniPrin F/ P (I prefer P) be given daily to horse? One large scoop once a day okay?
Lauren S on Aug 4, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It may not be effective given once a day, since the label recommends two or three times daily. Please check with your horse's veterinarian.
http://www.horse.com/ContentFiles/Associated_Content/slt700339-label.pdf
What's the difference between the F and P Aspirin?
Lsnider09 on May 7, 2016
BEST ANSWER: AniPrin P is pure aspirin - AniPrin F is aspirin mixed with a molasses flavored base to appeal to your hirse.