Tylosin Tartrate Soluble Powder is an antibiotic food additive used to treat a wide variety of digestive disorders.
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I have been waiting for a refund or a mailing label from the pharmacy for over three weeks now and have not received it. Very unhappy with this product as when you open it up it becomes air born and it got into my nose and mouth. Chewy has to do better with their customer service.
Very easy to order and extremely fast delivery. Thank you so much.
We purchased this previously from our vet for nearly TRIPLE the cost, and it is the same product(different packaging). Our vet was happy to send the Rx to Chewy.
A Veterinarian that I work for prescribed this for my Pitty with chronic diarrhea problems. After taking home a week's worth of the brand name granules, and deciding he was going to need it long term, I switched to this product. It is ground into a much more fine powder and must not have the same off-putting taste, as he doesn't object to eating this on his food like he did the other.
Our doxie was prescribed Tylan for her IBD over a year ago after a horrible experience with Metronidazle that ended with her in the emergency hospital (see review under Tylan.) Tylan worked great and I decided to try the generic form with my second order since it was a bit cheaper. I see no difference using Tylosin - seems to work just the same. Yes, its consistency is more like a powder than Tylan, but we sprinkle 1/16 teaspoon right on top of her wet food twice a day, so the powdery consistency doesn't matter for our use. I can see where it might be a problem trying to fill a small capsule however, and I would agree that Tylan would work better for that. We poured the bag of Tylosin into the empty container the Tylan had come in and I noticed that there appeared to be over twice as much Tylosin compared to Tylan with the same prescription. The original Tylan prescription lasted over a year, so it will be interesting to see how long the Tylosin will last before we run out. Anyway, for our purposes, the generic form is working well for our dog and we are happy for that. As usual, Chewy has the best price.
I was prescribed this for my dog, Molly. She willingly eats it sprinkled on her food, and chewy's price is way better than my vet's office
This is my first time ordering the generic brand of Tylosin. I have been using Tylosin for many years and it has always helped my dogs with irritable bowel. I highly recommend it.
Because we are a non-profit rescue, every penny counts here. We shopped until we dropped, and this was the product that was priced best. Then Chewy went the extra mile and called our vet for approval, and made it really easy. Thanks, Chewy! We love you!
good product for end of life dog and this must be 50 characters long so i´ll just blather on about nothing,
I usually order Tylan from my veterinarian for my dog with colitis. However, I recently moved to Texas from Colorado and they recommended ordering Tylan from Chewy as it's the same price I was paying them and I get about 4 times as much. I decided to try the generic and it's terrible! The powder is so fine (think powdered sugar) that it puffs into the air with the slightest touch and trying to fill little gel capsules is hard to do because it all just sticks to the side of the capsule and your fingers (even using a little funnel). If you need this stuff, spend the extra few bucks and get the Tylan - you won't regret it.