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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q: Can I order AHO products direct?

A: AHO products are sold exclusively through veterinarians. Veterinarians can order directly from AHO or through our distributors.

 

Q: Can my pet overdose on these products?

A: We know of dogs who have consumed an entire bottle of tablets/capsules and the pet owners reported no adverse reaction. If this occurs, or if the pet swallows an excessive amount of pills, Dr. Mulnix recommends discontinuing treatment for at least a week and administering an activated charcoal if symptoms of irritation to the GI tract occur. 

If an overdose of ProQuiet has occurred within 12 hrs, induce vomiting (see .pdf file below). Watch closely for side effects for 24 hours. Excessive drowsiness is possible. 

If an overdose of ProNeurozone or Proanthozone Derm has occurred see detailed overdose recomendations by downloading the file below. 
Download overdose information here (35K .pdf file)

 

Q: Are there any possible side effects associated with AHO products?

A: In about 2% of dogs, gastrointestinal distress has been associated with glucosamine supplementation. Prosamine and ProMotion contain glucosamine. In these dogs, Proanthozone is a good alternative.

There have been reports of hyperactivity associated with ProNeurozone use, which is a rare but documented effect of choline supplementation in some pets.

 

Q: Are AHO products helpful for animals other than cats, dogs and horses?

A: There are positive reports of use in a Lion-tailed Macaque and other birds, a dolphin, a giraffe, calves, rabbits, and pot-bellied pigs.

 

Q: What are the sources of your flavoring additives?

A: The liver flavoring is from pork or chicken (ProNeurozone Cat) and the beef and bacon flavors are vegetable based. The tuna flavoring is from fish.

 

Q: Are there any contraindications for use of Rimadyl with Proanthozone or ProMotion?

A: There are no known contraindications for using Proanthozone or ProMotion and Rimadyl (or another NSAID) together.

 

Q: Is it true that grapes are toxic to dogs?

A: Reports of renal failure in animals related to grape or raisin ingestion are not in any way connected to grape seed extract. In fact, negative reactions in dogs have occurred from ingestion of seedless grapes. Numerous studies have proven grape seed extract to be safe for animals and it is a GRAS (generally recognized as safe) ingredient for animal feed/supplements.

 

Q: Are label claims guaranteed?

A: We employ a national independent laboratory to perform post-production analyses on our products. With this extra quality control measure, we can ensure label claims and guarantee safety.