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03-02-2014 09:02 PM
Momto2GSDs In post #5 I Love My Miko suggested Zeel which is a homeopathic remedy.
In post #7 I answered with the difference between Zeel and Traumeel, so I think that is where the "natural homeopathic" discussion came into this post.

Homeopathy is a different type of “medicine” that uses all natural animal, plant or mineral substances. It is neither a drug nor a chemical. Homeopathic remedies use the natural substances prepared in ultra high dilutions which makes them NON-Toxic. Homeopathic remedies enhance the body's normal healing and self-regulatory processes.

Moms
03-02-2014 06:36 PM
Jax08 I would call it holistic or natural? Which fits in this section.
03-02-2014 06:00 PM
G-burg I don't even know if it's a homeopath?? I just posted in this section... I could have very well put it under health issues.. and maybe it belongs in a different section??
03-01-2014 08:18 PM
gsdsar Can I ask, what to some may be a rude question? But it has me curious.

How is Duralactin considered homeopathic? It's from a "hyper immunized cow?" Don't people looking for a homeopathic remedy want to stay away from the by products of vaccinations? And if not, why is okay for the cow to be hyper immunized and then the by product used to help my dog? Don't cows count to anyone? It just seems to go against homeopathy. But that could just be my ignorant interpretation of the word.


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03-01-2014 08:10 PM
Jax08
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I have been using Duralactin Canine and Duralactin Equine Joint Plus for years for my dogs! Love the stuff! My first experience was with the canine version, but I have since switched to the equine version because of the ingredients. My senior GSD takes it every day as does my rescued mixed breed boy that had a cruciate ligament repair. My friend also gives the Equine Joint Plus version (butter flavored pellets like rabbit food) to her arthtritic senior mule with ringbone. He now trots comfortably around his pasture.

I am sold on this stuff and plan to start taking the human version myself now.
how much of the equine do you give a dog?
03-01-2014 07:19 PM
Ygor2012 I am going to have to try this for Donner and Me,I have RA and Donner has some joint issues. Thanks!
02-27-2014 08:16 AM
I_LOVE_MY_MIKKO
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Just an FYI, I give my dog a dose of microlactin equivalent to what is in the duralactin. I don't recall the numbers off hand, but he gets 1tsp twice a day.

I hope it works!
Sorry, it's actually 1/2 teaspoon twice a day. But the loading dose is what I wrote above.
02-27-2014 08:03 AM
I_LOVE_MY_MIKKO
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Thanks everyone..

Well, I ordered some of the Microlactin.. Fingers crossed it helps.. I'll look into the other product that as mentioned.
Just an FYI, I give my dog a dose of microlactin equivalent to what is in the duralactin. I don't recall the numbers off hand, but he gets 1tsp twice a day.

I hope it works!
02-27-2014 05:13 AM
G-burg Thanks everyone..

Well, I ordered some of the Microlactin.. Fingers crossed it helps.. I'll look into the other product that as mentioned.
02-26-2014 08:30 PM
mycobraracr
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Has anyone heard of this product or used it? And if so - successful or not

Duralactin - For the Long Term Manaagement of Chronic Inflammation

My dog has been on it every day for the last year. I love it! She was jammed up on a long bite real bad and since has been getting sore after training. We put her on Duralactin and she has been good as new since.
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