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Made from Organic Hatched, Eggshell with added Turmeric and a special Blend of Herbs, to promote absorption and boost the immune system.

This Organic, all Natural, easily absorbable, calcium powder, can be sprinkled on your dog's food.  They will LOVE it ... and you will know it serves a dual purpose, promoting anal sac wellness and providing them much needed bone calcium!

One package of Aunt Lyn's Stop the Scoots- Calcium Supplement will provide over a month's supply calcium servings for an over 50 pound dog, more for smaller dogs.

 

ANOTHER GREAT SUBSCRIBE AND SAFE ITEM

WIN WIN WIN 

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WHY IT WAS DEVELOPED

 This dynamic duo prevents impacted anal sacs, commonly caused from kibble diets, while providing an additional source of -easily absorbed, natural calcium essential for healthy dogs.

Did you Know that many dogs are deficient in calcium before it shows up in blood work? This is because the needed calcium is leached from bone.

Think about this ...

 

If dogs had the ability to chew on a good bone every day, they would be scraping off bits of bone that then would be broken down in the their body and used to strengthen their own bones and teeth. It’s the job of the parathyroid to regulate the amount of calcium and phosphorus in the blood. If a diet is deficient in calcium, the parathyroid will go looking for it in your dog’s bones.

 

When the parathyroid starts secreting extra hormones in order to balance the calcium-to-phosphorus ratio, it creates a condition known as secondary hyperparathyroidism. This disorder can cause permanent damage to the skeletal system, arthritis, and even broken bones. Dogs not on a natural diet, who are eating commercial dog food or home cooked, tend to need more calcium because much of the nutrients added by pet food manufacturers, or in home prepared foods,have been cooked out.

This is WHY we developed Aunt Lyn's Stop the Scoots- Calcium Supplement.                              

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SUGGESTED USES

Maintenance of Healthy Anal Glands and as a Calcium supplement:

Dogs 50 pounds and under: 1/2- 1 level teaspoon a day sprinkled on meals

Dogs over 50 pounds: 1 – 2 level teaspoons a day sprinkled on meals


For Anal Sac Issues:

Dogs 50 pounds and under: 1-2 level teaspoons a day for 5 days

Dogs 50 pounds and over: 2-4 level teaspoons a day for 5 days

INGREDIENTS

4oz- Proprietary Blend of: Organic Hatched Eggshell, Turmeric and Herbs.

 

40 -1 level teaspoon servings for an over 50 pound dog.

 

(more servings if you have a smaller dog.)

 

Aunt Lyn’s Stop the Scoots-Calcium powder comes contained its own waterproof, re-sealable, zip lock bag.

Plus an Outer Container: Waterproof 4 x 6 gusseted bag, that can stand on its own .allowing for easy dispensing

 

 

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DESCRIPTION

DESCRIPTION

Made from Organic Hatched, Eggshell with added Turmeric and a special Blend of Herbs, to promote absorption and boost the immune system.

This Organic, all Natural, easily absorbable, calcium powder, can be sprinkled on your dog's food.  They will LOVE it ... and you will know it serves a dual purpose, promoting anal sac wellness and providing them much needed bone calcium!

One package of Aunt Lyn's Stop the Scoots- Calcium Supplement will provide over a month's supply calcium servings for an over 50 pound dog, more for smaller dogs.

 

ANOTHER GREAT SUBSCRIBE AND SAFE ITEM

WIN WIN WIN 

Product Directions

WHY IT WAS DEVELOPED

 This dynamic duo prevents impacted anal sacs, commonly caused from kibble diets, while providing an additional source of -easily absorbed, natural calcium essential for healthy dogs.

Did you Know that many dogs are deficient in calcium before it shows up in blood work? This is because the needed calcium is leached from bone.

Think about this ...

 

If dogs had the ability to chew on a good bone every day, they would be scraping off bits of bone that then would be broken down in the their body and used to strengthen their own bones and teeth. It’s the job of the parathyroid to regulate the amount of calcium and phosphorus in the blood. If a diet is deficient in calcium, the parathyroid will go looking for it in your dog’s bones.

 

When the parathyroid starts secreting extra hormones in order to balance the calcium-to-phosphorus ratio, it creates a condition known as secondary hyperparathyroidism. This disorder can cause permanent damage to the skeletal system, arthritis, and even broken bones. Dogs not on a natural diet, who are eating commercial dog food or home cooked, tend to need more calcium because much of the nutrients added by pet food manufacturers, or in home prepared foods,have been cooked out.

This is WHY we developed Aunt Lyn's Stop the Scoots- Calcium Supplement.                              

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SUGGESTED USES

Maintenance of Healthy Anal Glands and as a Calcium supplement:

Dogs 50 pounds and under: 1/2- 1 level teaspoon a day sprinkled on meals

Dogs over 50 pounds: 1 – 2 level teaspoons a day sprinkled on meals


For Anal Sac Issues:

Dogs 50 pounds and under: 1-2 level teaspoons a day for 5 days

Dogs 50 pounds and over: 2-4 level teaspoons a day for 5 days

INGREDIENTS

4oz- Proprietary Blend of: Organic Hatched Eggshell, Turmeric and Herbs.

 

40 -1 level teaspoon servings for an over 50 pound dog.

 

(more servings if you have a smaller dog.)

 

Aunt Lyn’s Stop the Scoots-Calcium powder comes contained its own waterproof, re-sealable, zip lock bag.

Plus an Outer Container: Waterproof 4 x 6 gusseted bag, that can stand on its own .allowing for easy dispensing

 

 

WHY DEVELOPED

RELIEVE THE ITCH was developed to combat the effects of allergens on your pet’s immune system. Symptoms of allergic reactions can be one or more of the following; red yeasty smelling paws, gnawing at a patch of hair, excessive scratching, brown or red tear stains and more.

These allergies can be caused in any of three ways.
  • Environment - Any product or substance that comes in contact with your pet’s paws, skin or fur can be a potential irritant. Household cleaners, dryer sheets, carpet fresheners, air fresheners, and laundry detergents can all be the cause of the problem.
  • Nature - Pets can be affected by the pollens from trees, grasses, or weeds, or to airborne mold spores just like humans.
  • Nutrition - Yes, your furry friend’s diet can often cause allergic reactions. Whether it is to a specific ingredient or simply something introduced into the food by the factory process.

So while Aunt Lyn’s RELIEVE THE ITCH can help alleviate the symptoms, it is important to alleviate the symptoms by investigating and stopping the cause of the problem.

See our Blog post on Allergies and Skin Issues -Environmental and Nutritional Causes

SUGGESTED USES/TIPS

Parasites can infect the gut and digestive system of humans and pets. In fact, parasites are one example of where dogs can contaminate persons. Nowadays we have chemical pesticides that are used on a routine basis to prevent dogs from getting overrun with parasites. Often these chemicals can be used with no ill effect, but many times reactions occur shortly after the application of these chemicals.

Aunt Lyn noticed that sometimes dogs become either incontinent the day the dose was administered or experiences trembles, vomiting, or just acted under the weather. As a result, she developed PARASITE BE GONE.

Aunt Lyn’s PARASITE BE GONE is made from 100% pure organic essential oils. It helps keep dogs and pups unbothered by parasites, naturally, gently and without harsh chemicals.

SUGGESTED USES/TIPS

To Help Boost the Immune System During Allergy Season:

Based on your dog's weight, give the dosage described below orally once per day with food.

Dog’s Weight Dosage
5 - 10 pounds
11 - 50 pounds
51 - 100 pounds
1 drop
2 - 3 drops
3 - 6 drops

After one week of use stop administering the drops for a minimum of 4 days to allow your dog’s own immune system to respond. Then repeat the cycle of 7 days on, 4 days off as necessary throughout the allergy season.

For Topical Itch Relief:

Massages up to 5 drops onto the area causing your dog's itchiness or irritation. Signs can include licking, gnawing or scratching on one or more areas on his or her coat. For example, if the affected area is your dog’s paws, apply up to 5 drops between the toes and on the pads and massage in. Repeat daily morning and evening. If the condition does not improve or worsens after a week, please consult a veterinarian.

INGREDIENTS OTHER FACTS

Carrier Oil-Proprietary Blend

  • Contains 29ml per bottle
  • Using one or more of the following:
  • Pure Coconut Oil and/or Cold Pressed Virgin Olive Oil, and Evening Primrose Oil

Essential Oils- Proprietary Blend

  • Contains 1.0ml per bottle
  • Listed in order of quantity:
  • Clove Oil, Lemon Oil, Cinnamon Oil, Eucalyptus Radiata Oil and Rosemary Oil

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

  • Keep out of reach of children and pets. Cats and pregnant and nursing women should not come in contact with the oils.
  • As with all medications, supplements, holistic, or pharmaceuticals, check with your veterinarian first before administering.
  • When using any essential oil topically always test an small area, with a small amount first.
  • Always discontinue use if problem persists or gets worse and immediately consult a veterinarian.
  • Make sure to wash your hands after touching essential oils so transference does not occur.
  • Take precautions not to rub yours or your pet's eye after touching essential oils.
  • Store in a cool place out of the direct sunlight. Heat and light can cause rapid oxidation and not only spoil the beneficial properties of the oil, but can cause skin irritations and allergic reactions if used.
Tip : If an essential oil ever gets into your mouth or eye - immediately flush with cold milk or vegetable oil to dilute. Do not use water. If stinging persists, seek medical attention.

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DESCRIPTION

Made from Organic Hatched, Eggshell with added Turmeric and a special Blend of Herbs, to promote absorption and boost the immune system.

This Organic, all Natural, easily absorbable, calcium powder, can be sprinkled on your dog's food.  They will LOVE it ... and you will know it serves a dual purpose, promoting anal sac wellness and providing them much needed bone calcium!

One package of Aunt Lyn's Stop the Scoots- Calcium Supplement will provide over a month's supply calcium servings for an over 50 pound dog, more for smaller dogs.

 

ANOTHER GREAT SUBSCRIBE AND SAFE ITEM

WIN WIN WIN 

Product Directions

WHY IT WAS DEVELOPED

 This dynamic duo prevents impacted anal sacs, commonly caused from kibble diets, while providing an additional source of -easily absorbed, natural calcium essential for healthy dogs.

Did you Know that many dogs are deficient in calcium before it shows up in blood work? This is because the needed calcium is leached from bone.

Think about this ...

 

If dogs had the ability to chew on a good bone every day, they would be scraping off bits of bone that then would be broken down in the their body and used to strengthen their own bones and teeth. It’s the job of the parathyroid to regulate the amount of calcium and phosphorus in the blood. If a diet is deficient in calcium, the parathyroid will go looking for it in your dog’s bones.

 

When the parathyroid starts secreting extra hormones in order to balance the calcium-to-phosphorus ratio, it creates a condition known as secondary hyperparathyroidism. This disorder can cause permanent damage to the skeletal system, arthritis, and even broken bones. Dogs not on a natural diet, who are eating commercial dog food or home cooked, tend to need more calcium because much of the nutrients added by pet food manufacturers, or in home prepared foods,have been cooked out.

This is WHY we developed Aunt Lyn's Stop the Scoots- Calcium Supplement.                              

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SUGGESTED USES

Maintenance of Healthy Anal Glands and as a Calcium supplement:

Dogs 50 pounds and under: 1/2- 1 level teaspoon a day sprinkled on meals

Dogs over 50 pounds: 1 – 2 level teaspoons a day sprinkled on meals


For Anal Sac Issues:

Dogs 50 pounds and under: 1-2 level teaspoons a day for 5 days

Dogs 50 pounds and over: 2-4 level teaspoons a day for 5 days

INGREDIENTS

4oz- Proprietary Blend of: Organic Hatched Eggshell, Turmeric and Herbs.

 

40 -1 level teaspoon servings for an over 50 pound dog.

 

(more servings if you have a smaller dog.)

 

Aunt Lyn’s Stop the Scoots-Calcium powder comes contained its own waterproof, re-sealable, zip lock bag.

Plus an Outer Container: Waterproof 4 x 6 gusseted bag, that can stand on its own .allowing for easy dispensing

 

 

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So add this herb into your precious pet’s food.

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