West Franklin, TN, 2017-Dec-07 — /EPR Network/ — PET | TAO HOLISTIC PET PRODUCTS LAUNCHES NEW PRODUCT CATEGORY: FIVE HOLISTIC HERBAL SUPPLEMENTS FOR PETS.
Nashville-based holistic pet food and media company, PET | TAO, now offers five new herbal supplements for pets.
Purchase PET | TAO supplements here: https://store.pettao.com/Supplements/
Soothe Bladder: Formulated with an optimal blend of natural botanicals and mushrooms to support overall urinary tract health and to help maintain normal urine pH.
Harmonize GI: Contains enzymes, prebiotic, and Bacillus subtilis PB6 probiotic to help support and balance the digestive system and overall gastrointestinal health.
Drive Out Pain: Recommended for dogs that may be experiencing minor aches and discomfort due to normal daily activities. Can be used prior to, and in conjunction with, other joint products and veterinarian prescribed products.
Complement Immune: A powerful blend of four functional mushrooms: Maitake, Reishi, Shiitake, and Turkey Tail combined with antioxidants to provide extra strength immune support. Formulated to support and balance the immune system to promote overall health and well-being for pets, especially during times of stress.
Harmonize Joint: PET | TAO Harmonize Joint is a holistic supplement combining Glucosamine, MSM, Creatine, Green lipped mussel, Phosphorus, and other vitamins.
The PET | TAO Way
PET | TAO Holistic Pet Products (www.pettao.com), located in Fairview, TN, was launched by Dr. Casey Damron, of White Oak Animal Hospital in Fairview, TN, and Dr. Marc Smith, of Natchez Trace Veterinary Services in Nashville,TN.
After completing training in Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine and conducting extensive research, the veterinarians founded PET | TAO Holistic Pet Products to provide their clients (dogs and cats) with a convenient, all-natural nutritional product that contributes to better health and longer life.
“With PET | TAO Holistic Pet Products, we are combining the strengths of Western nutritional science and the time-proven theories of Eastern Medicine, primarily Eastern Food Therapy.”
– Dr. Marc Smith.
For more information on PET | TAO, visit www.pettao.com or call (615) 934-3832. Also, check out PET | TAO news and stories on Facebook.