Friday, March 27, 2009

Meet Lollo The Newly Happy Feline

 Pink Pinkerton (the wonder dog herbalist), had a good chuckle over his new friend's story. Although Liver Qi stagnation is really not a thing to laugh about.

The Pawhealer team has found that many cats have this type of problem and it's due to what is called Liver Qi stagnation.....we think that with cats, because they are so territorial and not so pack oriented, they become emotionally constrained in social situations....and then the anger and frustration they feel begins to turn inward, and then begin to cause their physical ailments, as well as in many instances behavioral issues.

None the less....this is a great story so enjoy the read...We certainly did.

"" (Add as Preferred Sender) ?
Date: Fri, Mar 27, 2009 4:18 pm

Hello, I'm Hedgie. Before the food lady contacted PawHealer, I was miserable. I was so grumpy that I seldom got any loves. When the food lady did try to be nice to me I was so irritated that I couldn't stand being touched. I squealed, scratched her and even bit her once. Nobody wanted to be near me because my breath was so bad you could smell me from two feet away. My coat was really ugly, so much so that the food lady took me to the groomer. (I was nice to them and they loved me and and that really ticked the food lady off.) The truth is, it's hard to live in a house with 6 other cats, when you want to be number one all the time. And, I should be number one, because I came to live here when I was 4 days old. The food lady fed me with a bottle and gave me loves every 2 hours. But then as I got older the time got to be less and less and I had to share more and more of the time. It was all down hill from there.

My health problems started about a year and a half ago. The food lady took me to this place where there were lots of others like me and some other kinds of creatures that made some kind of silly barking noises. They stuck needles in me and made me go to sleep. While I was sleeping they hurt my mouth and said that my bad breath was from sores in my mouth caused by bad teeth. Within months of that ordeal, the food lady took me back again and I had to go through the whole thing all over again. That time I had to stay a whole week because I won't let the food lady give me medicine and the people at that horrible place had to do it. In the end it did no good, because within a few months nobody could stand to be near me again.

To her credit, the food lady didn't want me to have to go through that again, so she looked for an alternative that would be less stressful for me. She found PawHealer and told them all about me. They told the food lady that it was not my teeth that was causing my problem, but that I was a very angry kitty and my liver had become toxic. They sent her some Chinese herbs and I have been eating my food with the herbs for one week now. In that short time my breath has improved 85% and I am feeling so much better. I have been getting lots of hugs and loves and I have not felt like scratching or biting. I also have not minded the company of the other cats and, in fact, I actually felt like playing with Lena yesterday. I hate her.

So, here I am sitting on the porch, enjoying the sun, the birds, the sound of the wind in the palms. I'm loving life and the food lady so much more. I can't wait until next week.

Hedgie (Lollobrigida), Lollo for short.
My food lady is Jean T from Miami Springs Florida

Thank you PawHealer


Sunday, March 22, 2009

Sunday Evening Review....

I have to say....that I have just been enjoying the fruits of our I scroll down the list of all the newest pictures....

I stopped putting them up for a while...and now I am back to collecting my stories.

Herbs for cats and dogs are truly a wonderful thing. They are not a magic bullet, but they really do make the difference in many people's lives. No one likes to see their pet suffering....

I am just so thankful that people give us a chance and let us into their lives to share our mutual dog love...

Thanks everyone!

Sampsons Trachea and Enlarged Heart Story...

This is Sampson a 12 year old Shiz Tzu, my friend and business partner for
over 12 years. He's been through a lot in the last few years a auto accident
just over 4 years, then told that his little heart has enlarged just over a
year ago, in Dec. 2008 the house he knew burnt to the ground. The worst came
in February 2009 being told that he was dying because his trachea
collapsing, and three unknown tumors in his lungs. He wasn't ready to give
up on life, so he had me research about the trachea collapsing and maybe a
way to help him continue on.

We located pawhealer on the net and the email went to ask for any help. He
went on the "honey cough syrup" and the "Empirical Hound Heart Tonic"
modified for Cough. Sampson couldn't walk far without that dry cough taking
him to a dead stop and gagging for air. It's been over a month and Sampson
is acting like his little self, he's in charge at the gun shows we do
together and full of energy. He still gets a cough now and then but he
chases the wild cottontail when he sees one. He's go on a new formula of
herbs this coming week and we'll see how he does, I'm happy that his doing
so good.

I'm hoping that on the 30th of May 2009 we'll enjoy his 13th birthday and in
July we'll celebrate him doing gun shows with me here in Montana for 13

The second picture is his expression after he was asked if he planned that
by kicking me would cause me to roll out of bed and onto the floor because
he didn't get his way. Sampson is extremely important.

Larry R. M


Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Shout Out: Mojo's Not Collpasted Trachea Coughing Anymore

 Pink Pinkerton (my dog) and I received a shout out on the web page from Karin...Bowser said Dr. Pink Pinkerton...we love to get happy letters from people!

We don't know the whole story...Karin bought the product over the internet and gave us a short shout out that Mojo was now fine!

We asked for a picture and she sent it to us with a short note;

Hi Holly,

Here is Mojo!

thanks again,



Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Meet Hansel...A Great Dissolve Story! No More Lump!

I just wanted to let you know that your lump dissolver formula worked great on my dachshund. He had a lump larger than a golf ball on his waistline because of an infection, and it was not getting smaller.

The vet had suggested surgery as an option. I then found your website, and called about the Herbal Dissolve formula.

The person who answered made two bottles for me with an extra proportion of the herbs that drain pus. Within 10 days the lump was down to the size of a pecan, and then it gradually decreased until it was gone. Thank you for offering this herbal remedy!
Hansel loved his "chicken with herbs" so much that when the herbs were gone, I got him some powdered greens so he could still have his herb treat every day!
Thanks again,


Meet Journey ...A Happy Bladder Stone Story

This is one of the favorite PawHealer stories that's been received to date. The reason that I love this story so much is that Carol actually WORKED at helping Journey. She was patient, she worked on his diet, gave the herbs daily without fail, did not expect miracles.....and it did the job. I love the fact the fact that she also did this in conjunction with Journey's doctor...a team effort to say the least.

Carol....the PawHealer team thanks you so's stories like yours that make it all worth while!

"Bob and Carol (Add as Preferred Sender) ?
Date: Mon, Mar 16, 2009 1:29 pm
To: "Pawhealer Chinese Herbs"

Thanks so much for all your help with my boys Bladder Stone Problems.
Without your herbs, he would have had to have surgery, and the problem would
probably have re-occured. Here's what happened.

In Oct. 2008 I rushed my show/obedience/agility 3 year old Giant Schnauzer
to the vet because he was lethargic, not eating and could not urinate. He
would lift his leg, but nothing came out. After a full exam with ultra
sound and xrays, he was diagnosed with bladder stones. His bladder was more
than 1/2 filled with stones. The vet said that he required surgery, but I
wasn't allowing that. I felt there had to be a better way. We catheterized
him to relieve the pressure and empty his bladder. After several attempts
we finally got the catheter past the site where the stones had settled in
the urethra to form a complete blockage. We also were able to collect a lot
of the lodged stones and found ( after analysis ) that he had both struvite
and crystal stones. My vet wanted me to put him on a prescription diet and
monitor him. But, h can't eat the "Prescription Diet" for stones because he
is allergic to glutens/grains. So, the only thing we could do was put him
on antibiotics for a urinary tract infection. The vet had very little
confidence that this would solve the problem. When I got him outside he
was still straining to urinate and then going( if you want to call a drip
every 3 seconds urinating) every 10-15 min. It was so sad. As soon as I
returned home I called Holly at Pawhealer and explained the situation. She
immediately prepared a formula and sent it out "overnight" to me. She
explained that this was a work in progress and it might take as long as 4-6
months. I didn't have a problem with that, as long as we could fix it. I
started using her formula the very next day. So , the only thing working
for him were the Pawhealer Chinese herbs and my prayers. ( Actually, these
were probably the two best things available.)

Every month,when I was near the end of the herbs, I would call Pawhealer and
re order the stone formula which Holly would change slightly to address any
new situation with the stones. She would sometimes send another formula to
help with the recovery process. As the healing progressed, he went from,
drops of urine, to dribbling urine, to small streams. Throughout this
time, there would occasionally be blood in his urine and he would drip (
bright red) blood from his urethra. The vet said that he was most likely
passing stones when this happened. The stones were aggravating the urethra
and causing it to bleed.

We monitored his progress with ulta sounds and x-rays and found that the
stones were indeed dissolving. Each x-ray/ultra sound showed his bladder
having less stones. He was able to urinate a little better each week and now
he is almost completely free of stones and is healing beautifully. After 5
months we have returned to our training classes and are showing again. It
may sound strange, but you can't imagine how happy I am to be able to say
that my dog can urinate without any trouble. He acts healthy and happy
and back to his old self. One more round of herbs and I'm sure that we will
be completely normal. I plan on keeping him on a maintenance dosage, so this
never happens again. The Chinese Herbs were the only thing that I did for my
boy in order to eliminated the stones. If your dog is having a health
problem...I would highly recommend you try Pawhealer Chinese Herbs.

Carol O.
Clinton Township, Mich.


Friday, March 13, 2009

First of what a great picture of Hut...I especially like the black and white photo.

Hutt has had life long digestive disturbances and his owner is now giving herbals a try at balancing this handsome canine's digestive system. Along with of course, working on the foods she feeds him every day.

Thank you Holly and Mark:

My big boy is doing well. I'll keep you posted on his progress. I sent you a few pictures to see your patients Hut and Sennacott (cat)

Thanks again


Updates Are Always Nice!

R progress of lola
michael <>
Date: Thu, Mar 12, 2009 6:47 am
Started lola on your herbal medicine in conjunction with dr ava frick's and your diet recommendations. just meat and vegetables (she likes them) although she has been on this routine for only 11 days the results have been simply amazing. she has not had a seizure her coat seems more lusterous and she has more pep. she has not vomited any yellow stuff and i believe that's from the elimination of all grain of all grain products. will continue the herbs till they are finished and continue the diet. will send you another update when the medicine is finished. we can't thank you enough for you help. keep up you excellent work.
michael & carole