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■ Bladder Control
Q. I have a very large dog. Should I increase the dosage of Bladder Control?
No. There is no need to increase the recommended dosage. One tablet daily is appropriate for all size dogs.
Q. My dog gets urinary tract infections a lot. Will Bladder Control help?
This product is not intended as a treatment for urinary tract infections. However, there is no reason that your dog cannot take Bladder Control for support of healthy bladder function.
■ Calming Formula
Q. How quickly does Calming Formula work?
In animal studies, anxiety-reducing effects were noted 30 minutes after treatment. If your dog has situation-specific anxiety (ie, car trips, vet visits, fireworks) the product should be given 30 to 45 minutes prior to the event for optimal results.
■ Curacel curcumin
Q. I was looking for a turmeric supplement. Is Curacel curcumin the same as turmeric?
Curcumin is the active ingredient from the turmeric plant. Dried, ground turmeric has been used as a spice and for health benefits for centuries. Modern research has identified that curcumin is the compound that is primarily responsible for the health effects of turmeric. Because the curcumin content of a turmeric plant is low, extracting and standardizing the curcumin allows for a more concentrated dosage and consistent health benefits. It would take as many as 50 capsules of turmeric (250 mg each) to get the same amount of curcumin as in one softgel of Curacel.
■ Joint and Hip
Q. My dog is allergic to corn. Is there any corn in Joint and Hip Formula?
All Terry Naturally Animal Health products contain a statement to notify consumers if the product is free of common allergens or ingredients that may trigger sensitivities, including corn. If “corn” is NOT listed in the No statement following the product facts box, one or more ingredients in the product are derived from corn. Joint and Hip Formula contains maltodextrin to help bind the ingredients in the tablet. Maltodextrin is derived from corn. It is highly purified and therefore it is unlikely that any corn proteins remain. However, because its origin is corn, we do not include corn in the “no” statement for this product.
■ Skin and Coat
Q. Will Skin and Coat stop my dog from scratching all the time?
Skin and Coat contains essential omega fatty acids, nutrients required to build healthy skin and hair cells. Skin and Coat helps your dog’s coat shine and promotes healthy skin. While Skin and Coat may be quite useful, dry hair and skin is only one cause of scratching. Therefore, we recommend consulting your pet’s veterinarian to discuss any additional concerns.
■ Comfrey Cream
Q. Can I use your Comfrey Cream product on my performance horse before competitions? I noticed that comfrey is listed as prohibited on the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) website.
We received an email communication from USEF (Diana Tartel, Assistant Director Drugs and Medications USEF) that comfrey should not be used seven days prior to competing, according to US Equestrian rules. It is up to individual exhibitors to be aware of the rules under which they are competing, and we recommend consulting officials in the appropriate office if you have further questions regarding competition rules for your sport.
■ ORDERING PROCESS
Q. Do you ship outside the US?
At this time, we only ship within the US.
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