Pain is a signal from your dog, cat or guinea pig body that something is wrong. The function of the pain signal is to prevent further or worse damage. This allows you to see that, for example, your pet has something wrong with a leg or that an internal organ is not functioning properly. Pain should always be taken seriously and is vital to keep your pet's body healthy.
Pain arises at the nerve endings that extend all over your body. When a pain nerve is damaged, pain impulses are sent directly via the spinal cord to the brain via the nerve pathways. The brain immediately sends a signal to your pet's consciousness, which then experiences pain. As a result, your pet reacts by, for example, walking lamely, so that the damaged joint is less heavily loaded to prevent further damage. In order to improve your pet's quality of life in these situations, it makes sense to reduce the pain.
We distinguish between acute and chronic pain.
Acute pain can occur almost every day. A pet steps, scratches too hard, etc. Acute pain always has an important function. Something is not right and action is required. Acute pain usually goes away quickly.
Chronic pain is an ongoing or recurring pain that lasts longer than the normal healing period for an illness or injury.
Pan Chow is a general formula against severe pain for use throughout your pet's body. The formula works for acute and chronic pain. We have in our range the Qi Ping (pain when urinating) and the Analgos (joint pain). Pan Chow can be used for all forms of pain.
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|Pan Chow, 90 tabl. 300 mg||€ 24,50|
|Pan Chow, 90 tabl. 1200 mg||€ 38,10|
|Pan Chow, 180 tabl. 1200 mg||€ 69,70|
Pan Chow= Trade mark
Pan Chow is a supplementary animal feed based on Chinese herbs. For dogs, cats, guinea pigs and other small pets of all ages, including puppies, kittens, pregnant and nursing pets. The herbs can be used over a longer period of time, there are no known side effects. The formula may be used together with medication from your vet, other Chinese herbs or homeopathy.
Composition Pan Chow: Prunus persica, Carhtamus tinctorius, Angelica sinensis, Ligustrum wallichii, Paeonia lactiflora, Poria cocos, Pinelia ternate, Citrus reticulata, Glycyrrhiza uralensis. Additive: Microcristalline cellulose, Crosslinked sodium carboxymethyl cellulose, Silicic acid. Analytical constituents: raw ash 3,1% crude fat 0,2% rough egg white 1,5% crude fiber 7,7% Natrium 0,3%.
Dosage: We advise to give a double dose during the first 14 days. You can also give the double dose for a longer period of time, if you find it necessary. With (sufficient) results, a normal dose can be given after 14 days.
|First 14 days||From 15 days|
|1 tabl. 300 mg 2x a day||½ tabl. 300 mg 2x a day|
|2 tabl. 300 mg 2x a day||1 tabl. 300 mg 2x a day|
|First 14 days||From 15 days|
|1 tabl. 1200 mg 2x a day||½ tabl. 1200 mg 2x a day|
|2 tabl. 1200 mg 2x a day||1 tabl. 1200 mg 2x a day|
|3 tabl. 1200 mg 2x a day||1½ tabl. 1200 mg 2x a day|
|4 tabl. 1200 mg 2x a day||2 tabl. 1200 mg 2x a day|
|5 tabl. 1200 mg 2x a day||2½ tabl. 1200 mg 2x a day|
|6 tabl. 1200 mg 2x a day||3 tabl. 1200 mg 2x a day|
For a guinea pig and rodent is relatively higher than the dosage for cats and dogs. Rodents are herbivores and therefore they need more herbs to get good results.
To administer: with a bit of cheese, meat etc., whatever the animal likes. It is possible to mix it with a bit of food, just make sure everything is eaten.
Result: 2 - 10 days. After the symptoms have disappeared, continue the dose for another 2 months.
Maintenance dose: when your animal is healthy again, you can reduce the dose by 50%.
Preventive dose: 50% of the normal dose.