Tylosin Tartrate is a macrolide antibiotic that may be prescribed for chroinic respiratory disease, digestive issues, and necrotic enteritis. Tylosin Compounded Chews are flavored for your pet and are individually sealed in a UV resistant blister pack to retain freshness.
There is nothing chewable about these. I have a 6 month old golden puppy who can not for the life of him chew these, even when I cut it into 4 small pieces and put it with his kibble. They are very very hard.
Since Tylosin was originally included in Angel Eyes and recently removed, a Frenchie enthusiast told me to purchase these tabs and administer with Angel Eyes for tear stains. Our 6 month old Frenchie started getting tear stains and nothing seemed to help until we tried the combo that was recommended. After a two week dose of Tylosin she no longer has staining. We have continued the Angel Eye supplement and filtered water as also recommended. The tabs are firm but soften easily in water. We cut the tablets and added to her kibble with warm water…our very picky girl had no trouble eating the chew tablets. Highly recommend this form of this drug.
The product did not arrive until nearly two weeks following the order. The product was so hard, that my pet could not chew it. He has no lost or diseased teeth. I had to soak it overnight in broth so that he could chew so as to swallow it.
This works so well to resolve my dog's diarrhea. Soak the chew in a little warm water and it will get soft. dog has gained weight and enjoys eating again. Normal bowel movements are a big relief because without this I have to cook her ground chicken or ground Turkey and rice and it's incomplete and she's big so it's expensive and time consuming. She happy and feels overall so much better. I plan on always keeping her on it.
These were great for my dog. He loved them and it was easy to give them to him. I am trying the capsules next though because they are cheaper.
The chewable was definitely not chewable for my dog. She is not good with pills anyway, but this chewable was so hard there was no way she would eat it. There was no pretending it was a treat and her pills could not be stuffed into this “treat”.
My dog was prescribed the powder form of this drug and it was next to impossible to get her to take it due to the bitter taste. She doesn't love these but she will take them. My recommendation is to have a good treat to chase them with so the dog doesn't start chewing this. Apparently tylan is quite bitter and it's difficult to cover the taste.
These were packaged securely so I was surprised they were pretty hard, rather than soft. I had to cut each chew with a very sharp knife in 4 pieces to hide in wet food. My dog still managed to find several pieces and spit them out. The chicken flavor apparently doesn't help. I just hope the drug works since we are running out of options for colitis treatment, and these are expensive. I'm also going to try the capsule form.