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Our dog takes this. It was prescribed by our vet. How much is a bottle of 100 through you?
Thank you for your question! The manufacturer of the herbs, Jing Tang, requires us not to print prices on our product pages unless customers are logged in. Since our answer to your question will show up on the product page, please log in to view prices of the items you're looking for. Or, if you don't want to create an account, you can email us at email@example.com and we can provide the prices. Thank you for supporting Chinese Medicine!
just sent a question but didnt think to ask until i saw a reference to horses on the page... is this for dogs? my vet is prescribing what the office clerk is just calling hind quarter weakness as the name for my 53 lb vizsla. I told them i wanted to shop around for a better price. if i find a better price they will write a prescription. if you can please answer my questions about this and the last email i sent. thank you
Hi there, no problem and we are happy to help! The Jing Tang formulas, including Hindquarter Weakness, are used for horses, dogs, and cats. Each formula can be used for all three species with the exception of a couple hoof health formulas that are just for horses. When you create an account and log in, the prices will be visible. Thank you for your interest in Chinese Medicine!
what is the concentration difference between: Jing Tang Hindquarter Weakness *Concentrated* 0.5g Capsules #100 and Jing Tang Hindquarter Weakness 0.5g Capsules #200. I am guessing the #100 or #200 is the quantity, however the .05g #100 states concentrated and .05g #200 does not state concentrated. The prices are about the same. Would the concentrated #100 be prescribed at half the dosage of the #200 which does not say concentrated?
Thank you for your question! You are correct! The # sign designates quantity. The concentrated formulas are twice as strong as the regular formulas, so they are given at half the dose. Both concentrated and regular formulas contain the same herbs.
Hello--do these come in a chewable form? My dogs will never take a pill or capsule (or powder for that matter).
Thank you for your question! Unfortunately, this product only comes in capsules, teapills, and powder at this time. If you try a concentrated powder, it may help disguise the taste if you mix the powder into peanut butter, wet dog food, or meat. Since concentrated powders are more condensed, you give a very small amount compared to regular powder.
How long before it works?
Thanks for your question! Herbal formulas take approximately 2-3 weeks to start working. Maximum benefits occur within 6 weeks. Your pet may need a 1-2 week period for his/her body to adjust to the herbs. However, your veterinarian's authorization is needed in order to purchase. Your vet may adjust the dose as well depending on your horse's condition. You can request authorization here: https://tcvmpet.com/pages/get-an-authorization