Members of the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association have been using Myristin® since 1996 for dogs, cats, horses, and other animals. EHP Products now offers a tasty chewable tablet formulated for small animals.
Ordering Myristin® for Your Dog/Cat or Small Animals
EHP Products is very pleased to bring an entirely new cetyl myristoleate hip and joint formula to veterinarians and internet customers. Myristin® Hip and Joint formula is a combination of the best joint health products, including Glucosamine Sulfate and MSM, along with our signature product, cetyl myristoleate.
Myristin® Hip and Joint Formula tablets are chewable and highly palatable, with all-natural flavoring of bacon. The tasty tablets can even be used as treats, as dogs and cats will eat them readily. The MSM ingredient in Myristin® Hip and Joint Formula is coated, so that there is no taste to it. Dogs in particular do not like the taste of MSM, so using a coated MSM ingredient enables EHP Products to offer a complete joint formula that is very cost-effective and easy to administer.
Click on Myristin® Hip and Joint Formula for details of the formula.
Click on Feeding Instructions and Tablet Contents for information on how to feed Myristin® Hip and Joint Formula tablets based on the weight of your dog or cat.
Click on the Order Form for pricing and to order Myristin® Hip and Joint Formula.
Some customers, particularly those who in the past have used Myristin® softgels along with Myrist-Aid, may prefer to continue to use the softgel form of CMO. This is a particularly useful alternative for dogs or cats with allergies to any of the ingredients in the chewable tablet. To order the Myristin® softgels, make a note in the comments section of the Order Form that you are ordering for animal use and we will send you the human product along with veterinary use instructions.
Healthy and Happy Dogs
Did you know that your dog's behavior, happiness, health, longevity, and overall well-being are inextricably linked to what you feed him? Nutrition is vitally linked to joint health. For a complete source of the importance of nutrition, anyone considering holistic care for his or her dog should be aware of the books by Wendy Volhard. Her most recent book, written with Kerry Brown, DVM, covers the Five Element Theory of traditional Chinese medicine and much more. The Holistic Guide for a Healthy Dog, 2nd. Ed., has tips for everyone, including
▫ The natural diet and how to prepare it
▫ Reading commercial dog food labels and understanding their meaning
▫ What supplements are all about
▫ Raising puppies and caring for older dogs
▫ How to assess vaccinations and lab tests
Whether you are a new dog owner or an old pro at handling home remedies and health foods for dogs, you will gain insight into canine health as a whole, as well as learn how to better manage your dog's joint problems. You can purchase this 334 page book, The Holistic Guide for a Healthy Dog, 2nd. Ed., online from Barnes & Noble at www.bn.com. You may also want to visit Wendy Volhard's website at www.volhard.com.