Bottle of seasonal soother tonic from herbal dog co
seasonal soother tonic from Herbal dog co. ingredient list from the side of the bottle
seasonal soother tonic herbal dog co bottle with information on how to safely use it

Seasonal Soother Tonic | Herbal Dog Co.

Seasonal Soother Tonic | Herbal Dog Co.

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Herbal Dog Co's Immune Support Tonic is an exceptional choice for dog owners who wish to keep their dogs robust and healthy throughout the year.

This unique, all-natural tonic is specially formulated to reinforce your dog’s immune system, ensuring they stay vigorous and happy, regardless of the season.

This tonic features a blend of Colloidal Silver (800ppm), renowned for its immune-enhancing properties, along with pure, organic honey for its natural healing benefits. The blend is enriched with lemon extract, a potent source of Vitamin C, and white grape Extract, known for its antioxidant properties.


  • Colloidal Silver @ 800ppm
  • Aqua
  • White Grape Extract
  • Lemon Extract
  • Organic Honey

How to use:

  • Shake well before use.
  • Drop directly into the mouth or mix with food.
  • Adjust dosage according to dog’s size and needs.
  • Always consult a vet for health concerns.

Boost Your Dog's Immune System


The tonic can be administered directly into your dog’s mouth or mixed with their food. Ensure to shake the bottle well before use to properly mix the ingredients. More details are on the side of the bottle.

Yes, the Immune Support Tonic is suitable for dogs of all breeds and sizes. However, it's important to adjust the dosage according to your dog’s size and specific needs. Consultation with a veterinarian is recommended to determine the ideal dosage for your pet.

This tonic is made from natural ingredients and is generally safe for dogs. However, as with any supplement, there's always a risk of an allergic reaction or intolerance. Monitor your dog for any unusual symptoms and consult your vet if you have any concerns.

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