ProQuiet for Dogs and Cats 60 tablets

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ProQuiet L-Tryptophan Formula for Cats & Dogs

ProQuiet is a pet product designed to support the healthy functioning of dogs and cats' nervous systems. It also serves to reduce anxiety, agitation, and induce tranquility in times of stress. Amino acids, B vitamins, and chamomile work together as the main ingredients in aiding mental outlook and nervous system operations. ProQuiet is derived from a necessary amino acid present in turkey and warm milk (L-tryptophan). Taurine is an additional amino acid added to support the health of the nervous system.


  • Highly tasty, chewable tablet for felines and canines
  • Includes essential amino acids and B vitamins
  • Promotes the well-being of the nervous system.
  • Secure and mild formula of L-Tryptophan
  • Beneficial for keeping the nervous system and mental state in good condition.
  • Tested and proven to be safe and effective when used according to instructions.
  • Can be used daily for safety or as required during stressful times.
  • Dogs and cats enjoy the taste of chewable flavored tablets.

Recommended Usage

Weight Tablets / Day
3-24 lbs. 1/2 to 1 tablet per day
25-50 lbs. 1 tablets per day
51-100 lbs. 2 tablets per day
Over 100 lbs. 3 tablets per day

Tablets may be crumbled and mixed with food to help with administration. They can be divided and given in the morning and evening.


Dried Whey, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Pork Liver Meal, Vegetarian Beef Flavor, Vitamin B-12 Supplement, L-Trytophan, Taurine, Hops, Chamomile, Niacinamide, Brewer's Dried Yeast, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Ginger, Folic Acid.

Ingredient Rationale: ProQuiet®

L-Tryptophan - One of the essential amino acids. Tryptophan is a precursor to the inhibitory neurotransmitter serotonin and vitamin B3. Oral supplementation directly increases the levels of circulating serotonin and vitamin B3.

Taurine - A sulfur containing amino acid. It is unique because it has no structural significance but is the second most important (after GABA) inhibitory neurotransmitter. It also plays a role in nerve cell membrane stabilization. Supplementation can help support healthy behavior.

Niacinamide (Vitamin B3) - Important nervous system and brain function vitamin. This form of niacin is used as it minimizes any flushing reaction. Vitamin B3supplementation supports proper nervous system health.

Pyridoxine HCl (Vitamin B6) - The essential cofactor of enzymes necessary to synthesize neurotransmitters, taurine, dopamine, and others. Deficiencies have been studied and testing supports the need for adequate amounts of vitamin B6 for proper nervous system health.

Folic Acid - Deficiency of folic acid, a B vitamin, has been linked to poor nervous system health. Also known as folate, Vitamin M, SLR factor.

Cobalamin (Vitamin B12) - Essential for nervous system health for a variety of reasons, not the least of which is the generation of myelin sheath surrounding the nerves of the body.

Hops - Most commonly used for the positive effect on the nervous system.

Chamomile - A safe herb often used in tea. Recent laboratory work has shown chamomile to contain the protective flavonoid apigenin. May also enhance the stomach health properties of ginger.

Ginger Herb - May help soothe the stomach. May help counteract the flight or fight influences in times of stress.

Brewer's Yeast - An excellent source of protein and the B-vitamins. The B-vitamins provided from Brewer's Yeast are essential to the health and normal function of the entire nervous system. Deficiencies of vitamins B1and B3 are closely related to poor nervous system health.

Guaranteed Analysis (Each Tablet Contains)

All values are minimum unless otherwise indicated

L-Trytophan 4.9%
Niacin (B3) 20 mg
Pyridoxine (B6) 5 mg
Folic Acid 0.045 mg
Vitamin B12 1 mg
Taurine* 4.0%

*Not recognized as an essential nutrient by the AAFCO Dog/Cat Food Nutrient


1. Can my pet overdose on these products?
Even with nutritional supplements, over-ingestion could cause adverse clinical signs. Please see our recommendations below. The Animal Poison Control Center telephone number is (888) 426-4435.

2. Overdose Recommendations

  • Not necessary to induce vomiting.
  • Watch for side-effects, diarrhea and vomiting are possible. If these effects do occur, they should not last more than 24 hours.
  • Stop usage for about a week.

3. Proanthozone, ProHepatic, ProAnimal, ProtectaCell, ProMotion & Prosamine

  • Induce vomiting if overdose has occurred within 12 hours.
  • After 12 hours, not necessary to induce vomiting.
  • Watch closely for next 24 hours for side effects; excessive drowsiness, tachycardia and hypertension are possible.
  • Stop usage for about a week.

4. ProQuiet

  • Induce vomiting, ideally within an hour of ingestion
  • Watch for side effects, including continued vomiting, ataxia, hypersalivation, tremors, seizures, and weakness. If these side effects are present, please call your veterinarian or local veterinary emergency clinic.
  • Stop usage for one week

Induce vomiting by orally administering equal parts water and hydrogen peroxide. Use 1 teaspoon peroxide plus 1 tsp water for every 5 lbs of the pet's body weight, not exceeding 9 teaspoons (or 3 Tablespoons).

5. ProNeurozone, Proanthozone Derm
In about 2% of dogs, gastrointestinal distress has been associated with glucosamine supplementation. Prosamine and ProMotion contain glucosamine. In these dogs, Proanthozone is a good alternative.
There have been reports of hyperactivity associated with ProNeurozone use, which is a rare but documented effect of choline supplementation in some pets.

6. Are there any possible side effects associated with AHO products?
There are positive reports of use in a Lion-tailed Macaque and other birds, a dolphin, a giraffe, calves, rabbits, and pot-bellied pigs.

7. Are AHO products helpful for animals other than cats, dogs and horses?
The liver flavoring is from pork and the beef, bacon and beef and cheese flavors are vegetable based. The tuna flavoring is from fish.

8. What are the sources of your flavoring?
There are no known contraindications for using Proanthozone or ProMotion and Rimadyl (or another NSAID) together.

9. Are there any contraindications for use of Rimadyl with Proanthozone or ProMotion?
Reports of renal failure in animals related to grape or raisin ingestion are not in any way connected to grape seed extract. In fact, negative reactions in dogs have occurred from ingestion of seedless grapes. Numerous studies have proven grape seed extract to be safe for animals and it is a GRAS (generally recognized as safe) ingredient for animal feed/supplements.

10. Is it true that grapes are toxic to dogs?
We employ a national independent laboratory to perform post-production analyses on our products. With this extra quality control measure, we can ensure label claims and guarantee safety.