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Ali E.
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Rating: 5

What would we do without it?

posted 5 years ago

Our dog Wally survived parvo, but his intestines were trashed by it. We battled chornic diarrhea until our vet had us try this!

Pros: works!!!

Cons: none

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Graciel
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Rating: 5

Good for birds

posted 5 years ago

This is a good product for using with Turkeys that have a Sinusitis. It is hard on the soft tissue so the injection should be subqutaneous at the base of the neck. Works very well and it will turn a sick bird around quickly.

Pros: Very effective

Cons: none

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Kelly
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Rating: 5

This was a life saver

posted 6 years ago

I had two dogs with chronic c-dificil diarrhea that didn't respond to any other medical interventions. Tylan did the trick!

Pros: This product worked wonders!

Cons: Bad taste; expensive

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