Turmeric is commonly known as an anti-inflammatory assistant due to its bio-active compounds.
The curcumin within turmeric is a natural anti-inflammatory that can help reduce inflammation in the body.
With turmeric being the main component of our product range, the TurmeriX blend is a safe and easy to consume turmeric powder that is based on ancient remedies that have worked for years.
Dosage for dogs
Tiny Dog Breeds – (E.g. Chihuahua, Maltese Terrier, Australian Terrier) 1/4 teaspoon TurmeriX
Small Dog Breeds – (E.g.: Spaniels, Dachshund, Shih Tzu) 1/2 teaspoon TurmeriX
Medium – Large Dog Breeds – (E.g.: Staffordshire Terrier, standard poodles, kelpies) 1 /2 rounded teaspoon TurmeriX
For Larger Dog Breeds – (E.g.: Shepherd, Huskie, Great Dane, Rottweiler, Labrador) 1 level teaspoon Turmerix
PLEASE NOTE: stet with 1/2 the recommended dose for the first week then gradually increase if stools soften then ease back the amount
Mix into wet food and top with egg incentive again as above.
Sprinkle over kibble and add a little hot water and stir to make it pasty around the kibble.
Crack a raw egg on top breaking the yolk.
Obviously, if you have a fussy eater then this may require a few attempts but once they are feeling better they usually respond to eating very well just due to improved overall health.
Veterinarians usually recommend that if your dog is mainly indoors then you may want to have your dog outside, or localised inside your house for first 24 hours in case of any loose bowel response which would indicate reducing amount given