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ActiSYN Natural Relief for Dogs
ActiSYN Natural Pain Relief for Dogs - Dog Aspirin


60 Chewable Tablets
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Description Ingredients Ingredient Benefits
SAME GREAT PRODUCT - NEW LABEL. (Formally called Natural Pain Relief for Dogs)
ActiSYN Natural Pain Relief for Dogs - A Natural Replacement for Dog Aspirin - combines White Willow Bark, Feverfew, Boswellin, Yucca and Devils Claw as well as other key pain relieving ingredients in a palatable all-natural liver flavored chewable tablet. White Willow Bark contains Salicoside, the basis of Salicylic Acid (ASPIRIN). The dog's body oxidizes orally administered salicoside into the very effective salicylic acid, but without the harmful side effects on a pet's sensitive stomach and digestive tract. Boswellin, Yucca, Devils Claw and Feverfew are natural herbal compounds that contain effective anti-inflammatory properties to aid in the discomfort of many ailments, particularly arthritis (degenerative joint disease) and hip displacia.


  • *Dog Aspirin
  • *Pain Relieving
  • *All Natural
  • *Liver Flavored
  • *Chewable Tablet
  • *Anti-Inflammatory

Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 9 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
13 year old Beagle Princess September 4, 2017
Reviewer: Carlos Benitez from Houston, TX United States  
Our beagle tore her ACL in her right knee.  We ordered her a brace to stabilize the joint from a company in Colorado instead of subjecting her to a painful and complicated surgical procedure.  This injury is very painful for a dog.  We didn't  want to giver her drugs to help relieve her pain and looked for something natural due to the potential for negative side effects.  We found the White Willow Bark formula, which helped her a lot!  We noticed pain relief when she is on this product and were relieved that she didn't appear to exhibit any negative side effects when used as directed.  Thank you!

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  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Great for an older trail dog May 4, 2014
Reviewer: Tracey Walker from Hillsboro, WV United States  
My 10 year old Jack Russell has started showing signs af soreness after long rides.  Moving slow and being grumpy with the younger dogs when we get home.  Yesterday I was particularly worried when he would go with my son into the yard.  My son recommended I try these pills I had just gotten last week.  I gave him two and he ate them without having to camouflage them.  He was noticeably feeling better within the hour.  Up and playing with my son.  These will now be a routine supplement when he goes on trail rides with me.

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  7 of 7 people found the following review helpful:
"...enjoying some of the luxuries of being a dog" January 20, 2014
Reviewer: Shelly M. from Montana  
My service dog Oreo had a seizure and was diagnosed with a brain tumor and lung tumor that is cancerous. After she recovered from the seizure we have been giving her ActiSYN with white willow bark to manage any pain. Oreo is up and around. She is eating, drinking and feeling good. I didn’t want to give her narcotics. I didn’t want her sedated and unable to function in the end of her journey. There would be issues of constipation that would cause more problems with her body.  She didn’t need that on top of everything else. Though this is a temporary fix to the inevitable, Oreo is happy. She is able to put her head out the window in the car and catch some wind.  10 years of faith service, she is retired and enjoying some of the luxuries of being a dog. The ActiSYN with white willow bark has helped make that happen.

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  5 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
...Mobility Improved Greatly December 4, 2013
Reviewer: Shirley S. from Tucson, AZ  
My 14 year old Australian Cattle Dog mix has severe arthritis in his hips and has been taking the Actisyn for over a year.  Several times I have been remiss in ordering more Actisyn in a timely manner.  Once it was over a week before I finally placed an order.  During the time without the Actisyn I could see how more difficult it was for my dog to get around.  Within a few days of resuming the Actisyn, his mobility improved greatly.

Shirley S., Tucson, AZ

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  11 of 11 people found the following review helpful:
he is NOT in pain! January 14, 2013
Reviewer: Heidi R from Amado, AZ  
[I am writing about] Buck, a 7yr old Chinese Crested who came into rescue a few years ago. He came out of a hoarder type situation where he was locked in an upstairs hall and living on a 6in. floor of dried feces. He was underweight and malnutritioned, and the ammonia levels from urine in the house were unbearable to the humans who rescued him. He came into rescue and I was his second foster-mom, now forever-mom. Buck got back to health in New York with his first foster before coming out to Arizona. Due to the way he lived prior to rescue, he has horrible residual health issues. Buck has less than half of his teeth, TMJ in his jaw, and degenerative issues in his lower back. He spent months on Rimadyl and Tylenol, still he limped and cried when he yawned. I got a sample of Actisyn at a horse rescue event, I have had him on it for a month, and he's not cured (I wish), BUT he is NOT in pain! He gets up and down from the couch again, and he still has TMJ and cannot  open his mouth fully, but he doesn't cry when he does. I'm just glad that I can give him something that really helps, and NOT have to worry that it may hurt him. (Rimadyl is BAD for the liver).
Thanks from me and Buck!

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