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NAF Canine Relief

  • 250ml Bottle £7.99

NAF Canine Relief is a superb, powerful herbal liquid which encourages joint comfort. Formulated from Devils Claw, together with other herbs known for their natural comforting properties and combined with a high concentration of naturally sourced antioxidants. NAF Canine Relief is the ideal choice for the older dog as it promotes normal joint function.

Feeding directions:

Weight ml per day
up to 10kg 5-10
11kg up to 20kg 10-15
21kg up to 30kg 10-20
31kg and over 15-25


Composition: Water, Methyl sulphonyl methane, Glycerine.

Additives (per litre)
Devil's claw tincture 325 ml
Blueberry tincture 0.29 ml
Ginger tincture 0.29 ml
Ginkgo tincture 0.29 ml
Licorice tincture 0.22 ml
Milk thistle tincture 0.66 ml
Omicha tincture 0.29 ml
Oregano tincture 5.90 ml
Rose (rosehip) tincture 0.59 ml
Turmeric tincture 0.37 ml

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Questions & Answers for NAF Canine Relief

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Hip displaysia

4th Apr 2017

Is this product a suitable supplement for a lab with hip and elbow dysplasia? If not what would you recommend?

  • Veterinary Advisor

This supplement is likely to provide some pain relief for your dog and is certainly worth a try. However it will never be as effective as prescription anti-inflammatory medication. I would also suggest combining the Canine Relief with a joint supplement such as Yumove if you do not give your dog one already.

Pancreatic dog

12th Nov 2015
Jennie Stone
  • VioVet Customer Since: August 2013
  • From: essex, United Kingdom

Can this be given to pancreatic dogs ?

  • Non-Executive Director

This product should be safe for dogs which have suffered from Pancreatitis in the past, though this is an unpredictable condition and it can flare up unexpectedly sometimes. It is also safe to give to dogs affected by Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency, which is a very different condition also involving the pancreas. I am not certain which you mean..