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Dermoline Soothing Throat Syrup For Horses

  • 250g Tub £11.08


Specially developed to support the maintenance of optimal respiratory system function, Dermoline Soothing Throat Syrup is a concentrated thick peppermint and menthol flavoured syrup that instantly provides soothing relief. Enhanced with Echinacea to encourage a natural immune response, Dermoline Soothing Throat Syrup boasts deep penetrating effects using Aniseed and Eucalyptus extracts. Containing powerful Bioflavonoids proven to maintain lung tissue strength and anti-oxidant support, this effective and economical syrup should be used to enhance natural defense against dust and other airborne irritants

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25th Feb 2014
marie osborne

Would it be alright to give this throat syrup to my 11 year old male Labrador who often has to clear his throat or have you anything else
you could recommend. thank you

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

It is difficult to say if this is a suitable product for dogs, so I would not be able to recommend it. The flavour as much as anything else might not be appreciated by a dog. I expect that if you tried a tiny amount at a time at first, you could guage if your dog accepts it and it helps. There is a common problem in older Labradors which can cause this type of symptom. It causes a weakness of the muscles at the opening of the larynx, so affected dogs tend to make more noise when inhaling (especially if breathing heavily) and will seem to clear their throat often at other times. If your dog has this problem, the syrup is unlikely to make any difference. Have you asked your vet to check this out? Ideally you should.