ShareThis

Saturday, April 5, 2008

Update on Snoop Dog's Wheezing

I did my follow up today with Snoop Dog...he has a pretty heavy wheezing formula and Dr. Pink Pinkerton and I wanted to know how Snoop was doing.

Deanna says Snoop Dog is doing better, but the herbs are upsetting his stomach.

Dr. Pink and I wrote back to Deanna that Snoop Dog needs to get on a formula to now treat the root problem of the wheezing, because he no longer in an acute situation.

They are taking him off the Cortisone and the herbs have helped him do this.

But now its time to put him on tonics to deal with the root problem.

I hope Deanna follows through with this, because the wheezing herbs are bitter and cold...it's probably really giving him a stomach ache.

Now he can breath, but I'm sure he has a stomach ache and I've heard he farts alot...Oh no!


From: deanna
Date: 4/5/2008 3:30:44 PM
To: PawHealer
Subject: Re: How's things?


Hi Holly,
He seems to be doing pretty good!
The only thing it seems to upset his stomach a little as I'm having a little trouble getting him to eat the food w/ the powder mixed.
Other than that I'm seeing positive results!

Thanks!




Pinky
Disclosure PawHealer® (what we want you to know):

We offer our customers a $10 coupon for responding to our request for product experiences. It's our thanks to them for taking the time to do the work of writing the e mail and sending the picture. They use the coupon on their following order.

We sell traditional Chinese herbs, nutritional supplements, and pet products. We do not engage in the practice of veterinary medicine, veterinary surgery, or veterinary dentistry in any of its branches. We do not diagnose, prescribe, or administer any drug, medicine, appliance, application, or treatment for the prevention, cure, or relief of a wound, fracture, bodily injury, or disease of animals. We do not perform any surgical or dental operation upon any animal. We do not perform any manual procedure for the diagnosis of pregnancy, sterility, or infertility upon livestock Equidae.

This information is not intended to be a substitute for visits to your local veterinarian. Instead, these testimonials offer the reader information and opinions written by pet owners concerning animal health and products that they have used.

Post a Comment