Total Focus on Quality
We are known for safe, effective and quality products.
We utilize all natural ingredients to ensure that your pets attain the lasting, vibrant health they deserve.
Made at FDA-Registered Facilities
Our remedies are produced under the highest pharmaceutical standards in FDA-registered and cGMP compliant facilities.
We use the whole herb for a more potent remedy that is easy for the body to absorb.
Discover Prana Pets Herbal Remedies
Our complete focus is on the health and wellness of your animal
To that end, we’ve worked with leading holistic practitioners to develop a growing line of all-natural remedies designed to provide relief and comfort to your beloved animal.
From liver and kidney health to treatments for Cushing’s Disease and even seizures, trust PranaPets.com for the highest quality and efficacy anywhere.
"Before I used this product my Beagle was constantly getting sick. After using the product she hasn't been sick since. No colds or anything. It really does work to boost the natural immune system. I will continue to order and administer it daily!"
"I'm super Satisfied with the order and the results."
"My cat is showing good signs of getting better since using your product,he is eating and drinking more and that made really happy"
"Works fast and provides relief"
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Vet Recommended Dr. Andrew Turkell
After graduating from Araneta University in the Philippines in 1979, Dr. Andrew Turkell chose South Florida as the place where he wanted to live and practice. He acquired Lake Worth Animal Hospital in 1980, where he practiced for over 20 years. Realizing the need for high quality/high touch veterinary medicine in other locales, Dr. Turkell opened Boynton Beach Animal Hospital in 1985, followed by Calusa Animal Hospital in Boca Raton in 1990 and Island Animal Hospital in Palm Beach in 1995. In September 2006, Dr. Turkell realized his 25-year dream by opening the Calusa Veterinary Center, a state-of-the-art facility that marks a move and expansion from the former Calusa Animal Hospital, which enjoyed 16 years of continuous growth.