|Active Ingredients per 2.96g (˜1 tsp):|
|Desicated Beef Liver Powder||1675 mg|
|Pumpkin Seed Powder||623 mg|
|Granulated Pumpkin Seed||267 mg|
|Apple Pectin Cellulose Powder||135 mg|
|Quercetin Dihydrate||100 mg|
|Lactobacillus acidophilus||96 mg|
For use in dogs and cats over 12 weeks only. Glandex® proprietary formula helps to support healthy anal gland function. Glandex® promotes natural emptying of the anal glands and may reduce the underlying caused of anal gland problems.
|Direction For Use:|
|Under 15 lbs||1/8 tsp|
|26-50 lbs||1/4 tsp|
|51-75 lbs||3/4 tsp|
|Over 75 lbs||1 tsp|
|Give recommended amount once daily. Sprinkle and mix powder onto food. Always offer with fresh drinking water.|
WARNINGS: For animal use only. Keep out of the reach of children and other animals. In case of accidental overdose, contact a health professional immediately.
CAUTIONS: The safe use of this product in pregnant animals or animals intended for breeding has not been proven. If animal's condition worsens or does not improve, stop product administration and consult your veterinarian. Please contact your veterinarian prior to using this product. Store in a cool, dry place.
A Big Help “I have been dispensing Glandex to my toy breed patients for about 6 months now. Most, if not all of these clients are reporting an improvement in their dog's anal gland condition. Now many dogs have Glandex to thank for their happiness!” - Dr. Louis Calabrese, D.V.M., Adirondack Veterinary Service, New York.
Glandex Product Review “So far has worked in the reduction of the amount of time have to have patient return to have the anal glands expressed. My two dogs have been on it first and I have gone from doing the one year old Miniature Schnauzer every 3 weeks to every 7-8 weeks with only about 4 months of usage.” - Dr. Christine Martin, D.V.M., Critters and Pals Animal Clinic, Missouri.
It Works “So far the feedback has been very positive. We are out about two months with the product and it seems to be helping the vast majority. There have been a few that it didn't help but overall I am very happy.” - Dr. Steve Pelton, D.V.M., Hearthstone Animal Clinic, Texas. www.hearthstonevet.com
Glandex Review “Since dispensing Glandex to our patients, we have seen good compliance and return for the product; especially with our patients with chronic anal gland issues. It has become easier and less uncomfortable for them to have their anal expressed, helped decrease the need to continuously express glands more than usual, and even decreased the frequency of infections!” - Kayla C., Veterinary Technician & Assistant Office Manager, American Veterinary Clinic, Wisconsin. www.americanveterinaryclinic.com
Effective “Have tried with several patients and have had no complaints and only good reviews!” - Kellie Kite, Office Manager, Hickory Plaza Veterinary Clinic, Tennessee. www.hickoryplazavet.net
Frequently Asked Questions
How does Glandex work? Glandex is veterinary formulated to work from the inside out to help keep your pet's anal glands healthy. Formulated with a special blend of fiber, Glandex helps to increase the bulk and firmness of your pet's stools to naturally empty the anal glands every time they defecate. Glandex also contain natural anti-inflammatory that target the underlying inflammation and allergies that commonly cause anal gland problems. In addition, Glandex contains probiotics and digestive enzymes to support a healthy digestive tract which in turn supports healthy anal gland function.
Is Glandex safe for my pet? Yes, Glandex is absolutely safe for your pet as it is veterinarian formulated and only contains the highest quality all-natural ingredients.
Are there any side effects to using Glandex? No, there are no known side effects of using Glandex however you may notice that your pet's stools may become larger.
How long until I see results in my pet? On average most pets show improvement within 3-5 weeks or less when using Glandex regularly. In general, the more severe your pet's anal gland problems are the longer it may take to see results.
How long should I continue using Glandex once I begin to see results? If your pet is only having temporary problems with their anal glands then Glandex can be discontinued once their condition has improved, however it is recommended to continue using Glandex even after results have been achieved to maintain normal and healthy anal glands and to help prevent future problems. If your pet suffers from chronic (ongoing) anal gland problems than long term use of Glandex will be needed to help maintain healthy anal glands.
How do I give Glandex to my pet? Glandex comes as a naturally flavored beef liver powder with a taste that your pet will love! Simply sprinkle and mix Glandex directly onto your pet's food using the dosing guidelines on the bottle. You can also add a small amount of warm water to Glandex to create a gravy that your pet can't resist! Overwhelmingly pets love the taste of Glandex and eat their food more readily with Glandex mixed into it then without. Should your pet be extremely particular you can add Glandex into some canned food, yogurt, peanut butter, cottage cheese or any other of your pet's favorite food or treats. Glandex can also be give via a syringe or dropper directly into your pet's mouth when mixed with a small amount of water.
What is the main difference between the three size bottles of Glandex? All three sizes of Glandex contain the exact same ingredients, concentration, and dosing with the only difference being the amount in each bottle. Any size pet can use any size bottle of Glandex as they all contain the exact same ingredients, concentration, and dosing. The only difference is the quantity of Glandex in each bottle with the larger sizes containing more doses.
Will I still need to have my pet's anal glands expressed? It is recommended (but not necessary) to have your pet's anal glands emptied prior to starting Glandex. Intermittent or regular anal gland emptying may still be needed depending upon the severity of your pet's condition, however Glandex can greatly reduce or completely eliminate the need for manual anal gland expressing. If you ever feel that your pet's anal glands need emptying please seek proper medical attention.