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Tylan Soluble Powder, 100-g

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Description

Tylan is an antibiotic food additive used in veterinary medicine to treat bacterial infections in a wide range of species, including farm animals. Veterinarians often use this powder to treat the symptoms of colitis and diarrhea in companion animals.

Uses

Tylan is indicated as an antibiotic used for colitis and chronic diarrhea. Tylan may also decrease the symptoms by affecting the immune system in the intestine.

Drug & Food Interactions

Talk to your veterinarian about any other drugs your dog is taking before starting this medication.

Precautions

Adverse reactions, including shock and death may result from over-dosage in baby pigs.

  1. Prescribing Information

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  • Item Number
    146926
  • Brand

    Tylan

  • Common Brand Name(s)

    Tylosin

  • Dosage Measure

    Use according to your veterinarian's instructions.

  • For Use With

    Chickens, Turkeys, Swine & Honey Bees

  • Generic Name

    Tylosin Phosphate

  • Brand

    Elanco

  • Product Form

    Powder

  • Health Condition

    Chronic Respiratory Disease (CRD), Necrotic Enteritis (NE), Digestive Issues

  • Drug Type

    Antibiotic

Ingredients
Ingredients

Tylosin.

Instructions
Recommended Dosage

Use according to your veterinarian's instructions.

Storage Instructions

Store at or below 77°F.

FAQ

What is Tylan Powder?

Tylan Powder an antibiotic used for colitis and chronic diarrhea. Tylan may also decrease the symptoms by affecting the immune system in the intestine.

What are the benefits of Tylan Powder?

Active against certain spirochetes, large viruses, and certain gram-negative organisms (not including coliforms). Used as an antibiotic for colitis and chronic diarrhea.

How does this medication work?

When chronic respiratory disease threatens birds and slows gain, strategic medication with Tylan Powder can help protect flock health and profitability. In swine, Tylan Powder is indicated for use in the treatment of swine arthritis caused by Mycoplasma hyosynoviae; swine pneumonia caused by Pasteurella spp.; swine erysipelas caused by Erysipelothrix rhusiopathiae; acute swine dysentery associated with Treponema hyodysenteriae when followed by appropriate medication in the drinking water and/or feed. In honey bees for the control of American Foulbrood (Paenibacillus larvae).

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  • Easy To Use

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    My dog had a history of diarrhea so our vet prescribed Tylan powder for her. It's easy to use as it is sprinkled on her meals with 1/8 inch twice a day. I can't definitely say the Tylan cured her problem since she switched to a prescription dog food at the same time and diarrhea is no longer a problem. What a relief!

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  • Wonderful!!

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    We have ordered dog food for a couple years thru Chewy.com due to the convenience and price. When I saw that they now were offering dog prescriptions, I was very excited!!! We ordered Ellie’s medication and it was here 2 days later!! I recommend Chewy.com to all my family and friends. Saves me from making an extra trip to the vet!

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  • Superb antibiotic for all animals! Great price :-)

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    My dog needs this twice daily sprinkled on her food. A must have for her digestive system. Vet says she like;y will be on this the rest of her life. Her gut bacteria is not healthy and needs this. Much better pricing at Chewy than anywhere else!

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  • RX Powder but needs to be capsules ideally

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    Our dog was Rx’d this for long-term antibiotic therapy for recalcitrant Clostridium colon infection. It was much cheaper than buying at vet (vet recommended we buy online.) After doing extensive research, we knew it would be very bitter and difficult to mask it so the dog would take it. After trying MULTIPLE foods, and many combination of foods, the only thing that would hide the powder that he would eat was liverwurst. However, he is an 80-lb dog and the amount of liverwurst needed to hide it was felt too fatty and high in Vitamin A content to give twice a day, long term. Therefore, we bought empty gelatin capsules and are filling them with an approximate dose, then hiding in small amount of Our dog was Rx’d this for long-term antibiotic therapy for recalcitrant Clostridium colon infection. It was much cheaper than buying at vet (vet recommended we buy online.) After doing extensive research, we knew it would be very bitter and difficult to mask it so the dog would take it. After trying MULTIPLE foods, and many combination of foods, the only thing that would hide the powder that he would eat was liverwurst. However, he is an 80-lb dog and the amount of liverwurst needed to hide it was felt too fatty and high in Vitamin A content to give twice a day, long term. Therefore, we bought empty gelatin capsules and are filling them with an approximate dose, then hiding in small amount of low fat Velveeta or cream cheese. He has no trouble taking the 00 size capsule hidden in cheese. With just mixing in the powder, We tried and failed with canned pumpkin, spray cheese, velveeta, cottage cheese, unsweetened applesauce, deli meat and turkey baby food. Therefore, capsules are the way to go. We held them with needle-nose pliers and dip the bottom part of capsule into the powder, level and cap it. It’s not difficult. But it would be nice if they could come with a gram dosage already made. (Our pharmacist helped us convert the tsp. Dose to grams and choosing a capsule size.) … more

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  • Tylan Powder

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    BEST THING! I have a Senior dog that is on insulin and we were having a horrible problem with diarrhea, we started using this powder and it was like magic!

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  • Vet Recommended - Works Like A Charm

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    The vet sold us what was marked to be a 1 ounce bottle of Tylan Powder for $29.00. When weighed out at home, it came to well under 1 ounce, and we realized we needed to find a different source. Once again, Chewy came to the rescue! No one can beat their price. Best yet, I never worry that I am not getting what I ordered. I trust Chewy 100% - and every time they have what I am looking for, I stop looking elsewhere. The Tylan Powder is no exception. It works and continues to work. Diarrhea is gone, and there is no harm keeping her on the Tylan for a while to make sure everything is under control. Tylan Powder should be on the shelf of every dog owner (don't know about cats) - and Chewy The vet sold us what was marked to be a 1 ounce bottle of Tylan Powder for $29.00. When weighed out at home, it came to well under 1 ounce, and we realized we needed to find a different source. Once again, Chewy came to the rescue! No one can beat their price. Best yet, I never worry that I am not getting what I ordered. I trust Chewy 100% - and every time they have what I am looking for, I stop looking elsewhere. The Tylan Powder is no exception. It works and continues to work. Diarrhea is gone, and there is no harm keeping her on the Tylan for a while to make sure everything is under control. Tylan Powder should be on the shelf of every dog owner (don't know about cats) - and Chewy should be the go-to place to buy it. … more

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  • Makes a difference

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    This has helped a foster dog in the past and is helping one of my own now. I get it in him by mixing the powder with canned Tripe.....and since it can be a little dry, some other canned food too. He gobbles it down.

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  • Tylan Powder

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    My dog has colitis and this controls it very well. The bad thing is once you start this treatment they can’t quit it. So she has to have this the rest of her life. But that is a small price to pay.

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  • Great Product for dogs that have Diarrhea problems

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    This is exactly the same precription I get from my Holistic Vet and I get more for the money. I don't have to drive 30 mins to pick it up from the vet. It is delivery to my door and love it. Levi has to be on it until he passes away. He is 10 months old and it does help prevent from Diarrhea.... I also give him Slippery Elm along with it in his meal ... Thanks, Chewy

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  • Prescribed by our Vet for gastrointestinal problem

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    Our White GS has suffered with gastrointestinal problems for years and this product sprinkled on her food 1x a day seems to help considerably. Only 1/8th of spoonful was recommended so this 100mg will go a long way. Worth the price.

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