Inactive Ingredients: Bovine Gelatin and Gluten-free maltodextrin
Can these be obtain in Ausstralia I have a great dane with wobblers Thanyou
Thank you for your question! Unfortunately, we are unable to ship internationally at this time. We recommend checking this list for a vet in your area who carries the herbs: https://www.tcvm.net/. Thank you for supporting Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine!
Hi! My holistic veterinarian prescribed this medication to my doberman for Wobblers Syndrome two capsules twice daily for 7 days. Is this acute regimen ok? Or is this product better recommended for chronic use?
Hi! Thanks for writing. The manufacturer's general instructions are 0.5g per 10-20 lb body weight twice daily. Use up to 3 months. That being said, your veterinarian knows your pet's individual health situation best and may alter the recommendations at any time depending on the results of the TCVM exam, your pet's health status, other medications your pet is on, etc. In fact, our staff veterinarians often vary from the manufacturer's general recommendations for herbal blends when a pet has special needs. Pets, just like people, have different metabolisms and different health needs. I hope this information helps you!
I have a 65 kgs great dane with wobblers how much Jing Tang would l need to give daily
Thank you for your question! The standard dose provided by the manufacturer for this product is one 0.2g concentrated capsule once per day for small dogs that are less than 10lbs. You may want to consider Concentrated 90g powder instead, which would last longer for a large dog because it has a recommended dose of 0.1g to 0.25g per 10 to 20lbs twice daily. Please check with your vet to see if this formula and dose are appropriate for your great dane's condition. To learn more about Wobbler's and Cervical formula, check out this blog post. To request authorization to purchase this herb, please fill out this form. Thank you for supporting Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine!
Could you provide me with the ratio between regular and concentrated cervical formula. My dog presently gets 1.2g of concentrated powder, so how many regular strength caps should she get ? Thank you.
Thank you for your question! All concentrated Jing Tang products are double the strength of the regular products.
This means you more regular powder than concentrated powder.
So, if your dog gets 1.2g concentrated powder, she should get 2.4g of a regular strength product.
All products are measured in grams, so 2.4g of regular powder and 2.4g in regular capsules would provide the same amount of herbs.
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