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Why are there no reviews on this product?
Thank you for your question! We are working on some new technology that will ask customers after each purchase to leave a review. We haven't implemented that yet, so there are no reminders going to our current customers asking for reviews. Also, many of our customers purchase through vet clinics or stores, and not through our site, which has left the product pages lacking in reviews. It is something we're continually trying to improve and work on!
Have you thought about removing the rosemary? Rosemary is a seizure trigger for dogs w/seizures. I would LOVE to give this product a try - it has great ingredients - but can't take the chance of lowering Jesse's seizure threshold. So disappointing...:-)
Thank you for your question! PET | TAO's veterinarians believe the amount of rosemary in Complement Immune isn't high enough to lower a pet's seizure threshold. We do recommend showing Complement Immune's product label and ingredient list to your veterinarian to see if they approve of its use in your pet. Thank you for your interest in Chinese Medicine and the powerful mushrooms in PET | TAO's Complement Immune!
PET | TAO Complement Immune Supplement - I have a 9 yr old with allergies and 2 mast cell tumors low 2 in 4 months. I feed nutritionists prescribed home-cooked diet and supplement with multi vitamin copper, Choline, omega 3, Calcium carbonate and Phosphate, Quercetin and Canine System Saver. I see the Vitamin A – 1,050 IU, Is this too much Vitamin A considering he is already receiving A in his multivitamin? I am interested in the combination of mushrooms but feel the added vitamins may be too much considering he is already receiving them in his multi.
Thank you for your question! I'm sorry to hear your dog is struggling with allergies and mast cell tumors, what a tough combination. Complement Immune is a supplement that can support both of these conditions in dogs and cats. According to the Merck Veterinary Manual, the Vitamin A requirement for dogs is 3,333 IU/kg of diet fed, with up to 333,300 IU/kg of diet considered to be safe. So, even a small (2lb dog) could get up to 333,300 IU and it would be considered safe. If you'd like to double check, I'd recommend checking out your vet's opinion of Complement Immune to see if they think it would be safe in conjunction with the other great food therapy techniques you're using. If you'd like more informaiton on Complement Immune and the immune-boosting mushroom ingredients in it, go here: https://pettao.com/?s=complement+immune+. Thank you for supporting Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine, and best of luck in your home-cooking adventures!
Is this human grade?
Thanks for your question! This supplement is not human-grade. It holds the NASC quality seal for pet supplements.NASC members must earn permission to display the Quality Seal by agreeing to adhere to NASC’s quality standards, and by submitting to an independent audit to ensure compliance with their rigorous quality system requirements. When you see the Quality Seal on a product, you can trust it comes from a reputable company that has successfully passed an independent quality audit. You can learn more abnout the NASC quality standards here: https://nasc.cc/
Hello, Do you have a UK website please, this is where i live and would like to place an order. Thank you.
Thank you for your question! You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your address and we will look into whether the UK allows import of Eastern herbals and our other products. We will also get an estimate of the cost to ship the herbs internationally, and check with you to see if you'd like to proceed. Thanks for supporting Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine!
My dog has been recently diagnosed with Cushing's disease. He produces to many steroids & has begun the medication, Vetoryl 60 mg. capsules daily. Will be re-evaluated in 30 days. We did talk about supplements (pre and pro biotics and something for joint health) & diet, however, have not made any decisions since its only been 3 days. He is 8 yrs. old. Which of these supplements do you recommend we begin him on?
Thanks for your question! If your vet recommends a probiotic and joint supplement, check out PET | TAO Harmonize GI and PET | TAO Harmonize Joint. From a TCVM perspective, dogs with Cushing's are often supported by an energetically cooling diet. Check out PET | TAO Chill and see what you think! We also carry Eastern herbs to support dogs with Cushing's. Check with your vet to see if any of these fit your dog's situation - then, request authorization here: https://tcvmpet.com/pages/get-an-authorization.
What is the dosage? I have 2 large Shepherds. I also am seeing many dogs being diagnosed with many aggressive cancers. I’m love heard great things about these mushrooms and am hoping to utilize them as a proactive measure a long with their current home cooked human grade diet.
Thanks for your question!
For dogs that are 51-100 pounds, give 2 soft chews twice daily. For dogs that are over 100 pounds, give 3 soft chews twice daily. This supplement is a great complement to food therapy and herbs.
Could you please provide a list of any ingredients that are not mushrooms? Is there a photo available of the label with details?
Thank you for your question! If you click the "Ingredients" tab on the product page, you will see both the active and inactive ingredients.
We do not have a picture of that part of the label on our page yet, but we'll get one added!
For your reference, here are the ingredients: Active Ingredients per 4 g Soft Chew: Reishi Mushroom – 578 mg Shiitake Mushroom – 446 mg Turkey Tail Mushroom – 150 mg Maitake Mushroom – 95 mg N-acetyl-L-cysteine – 79 mg Vitamin C (Calcium Ascorbate) – 60 mg Coenzyme Q-10 – 1 mg Selenium – 0.026 mg Vitamin A – 1,050 IU Vitamin E (D-alpha Tocopheryl Acetate) – 53 IU Inactive Ingredients: Brewer’s Dried Yeast, Canola Oil, Dried Potato Product, Flaxseed, Glycerin, Lecithin, Mixed Tocopherols, Natural Flavoring, Rosemary Extract, Sorbic Acid, Tapioca Starch, Vegetable Oil, Water.