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Turkey Tail Mushrooms for Pets - from Real Mushrooms


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Available in powder or capsules.

Turkey Tail Mushrooms for Dogs

Turkey Tail Mushroom, Yunzhi Mushroom or Coriolus Versicolor Mushroom (the same mushroom used in the popular product I’m-Yunity) has been widely accepted by veterinarians in the treatment of Hemangiosarcoma for delaying metastases and improving survival. 

100% Organic Turkey Tail Mushrooms for Boosting the Immune System

  • Hot water extracted from 100% turkey tail mushrooms
  • USDA Certified Organic
  • Certified Kosher, Gluten-Free, Non-GMO, Vegan
  • >30% Beta-glucans, <5% Starch
  • No added starch, mycelium, or grain of any kind
  • Bulk Extract Powder, 45 grams, 30-45 servings
  • Qualify verified by accredited 3rd party labs

This formula can be helpful for pets (dogs or cats) with cancer by boosting the immune system.

Dosage Instructions for Turkey Tail Mushroom:

Based on the recently published clinical study, the best results were achieved when given 100 mg per 1 kg of body weight per day, which is suggested to split into two equal servings taken with the morning and evening meals.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

*Results May Vary. Not intended for human consumption. Please consult your veterinarian regarding any change in treatment or supplementation.

Customer Reviews

Based on 29 reviews
Gene Munn

Turkey Tail Mushrooms for Pets - from Real Mushrooms

Kennith Lowy
Excellent Product

Still waiting to see results. Dog likes taste

Melissa Donaghy
My dog died

My dog died 4 weeks after being diagnosed with hemangiosarcoma- will return the unopened and unused Yunnan Baiyo

Paige Gordon


Barbara Horgan
Seems to doing something right!

Finley, my 12 year old Golden Retriever was been diagnosed with a mass on his spleen. It is not known if it’s cancerous or benign. The vet and I both he was too old to undergo surgery and an ultrasound revealed no obvious cancer anywhere else in his body. He seems happy and moderately energetic for a boy his size and age. He seems “better” since we have started him on this. We will continue on it and continue to keep him happy with all our love!