Corpet for Dogs and Cats and Smaller Animals
Previously Mycoplex coriolus. CorpetTM (Coriolus versicolor; new name Trametes Vericolor) supports the immune system in small animals and horses. Coriolus is a mushroom found in the Himalayas with has long been used in Traditional Chinese medicine. In small animals (dogs and cats) Coriolus versicolor has been used to improve the immune state of small animals undergoing chemotherapy as well as for terminal cancer care (i.e. palliative care).
For orders over £29 postage is free. For orders under £29 we charge £2.99 for postage
For Light items (under 2kg) our standard method is Royal Mail Second Class (there are a few exceptions, so if in doubt check our Delivery page).
To get it faster you can upgrade Light items to Royal Mail 1st Class or a Guaranteed Next Day Courier service, Saturday Courier or even before 12 noon services. There's a small fee, but if you're in a hurry they are worth considering. To qualify for next working day delivery, orders must be placed before 12 Noon Monday to Thursday. There is no standard Saturday courier delivery.
Heavy items weighing 2kg and more are sent via courier. If ordered before noon Monday to Thursday, Heavy items will be delivered next working day. Heavy items ordered after 12 Noon Friday, or anytime Saturday and Sunday will dispatched on Monday for a Tuesday delivery.
Please note that if you are purchasing a mix of Light and Heavy items at the same time, these will be sent separately. The Heavy items being sent by Courier, the Light items by Royal Mail Second Class.
All exceptions to these guidelines are noted in the product description.
For more information, view our Delivery page.
Feedback for Corpet for Dogs and Cats and Smaller Animals has been compiled from 4 customer reviews
Cannot really comment on the efficacy of these as they have,nt been used long enough.
Tablets are huge and even after cutting up and disguising in pate type food or crushing and adding to food, they are still very difficult to get the cats to take. The only food they would have them in was the fish fingers or chip shop cod! Minus the coating of course.