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Monday, December 28, 2009

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Bladder Stone Success Story


Sorry this took so long. We had some medical emergencies in our family.

Dudley, a three year old Shitzu, recently became ill and was diagnosed with bladder stones. One was very large and was blocking his urethra. Two days at the Vet with IV fluids and a failed attempt to backwash it into his bladder was devestating to him and to us. We were sent home with medicine that made him throw up and have severe diahreah. He was straining just to pass a few drops of blood. In desparation, I sat down at the computer and searched the internet for remedies. After finding Pawhealer and reading testimonials, I called Mark thinking this was our last hope of saving him and worrying that it was too late. I have to admit I was skeptical when he told me that in a week to ten days Dudley would be back to his old self. He just didn't know how sick this little puppy was. Two days later we got the medicine and immediately started the doses. Two days later he was dribbling, four days later he had a small stream, and a week later he was running across the yard to find another spot to mark! Our whole family was amazed. It really does work!



Pinky

Friday, December 18, 2009

Zachary with diabetes and open sores on the paws



I would like to talk to you on the phone. But, first, I want to give you an update on the dog named Zachary. You have been treating him for the persistent sore paws. I have some good news and bad news.

You will remember that his right front paw has had an open sore since July 2008. His left front paw developed the same type of sore in about May 2009. The good news is that the sore on his right front paw is now completely gone with only some scar tissue visible. The sore on the left front paw is still there but appears to be under control. He still licks the left front paw, but never even touches the right front paw. I have been giving him 4 capsules a day of the special formula that you mixed for him. We are almost out, so I need you to send me some more. Also, I need another bottle of Yin-Care. But before you mix the herbs, please read below.

Now the bad news. You will also remember that he has had diabetes since June, 2009. Last week he developed cataracts and is now almost blind. We are planning on having surgery to repair his eyes. In the blood test for the surgery, he showed an elevated level (3,500) on his liver function. Maybe, your herb formula that you send can address the liver issue.

Thank you for your on-going support.

Norman Moretto




Pinky

Monday, December 14, 2009

Meet Gracie....Working On A Cough




A new PawHealer customer with a cough! Gracie is taking a customized blend of PawHealer cough herbs and Hound Honey Cough Formula...we'll keep the blog updated as to how Gracie does with the herbs...

Pink Pinkerton herbalist extraordinaire (the beautiful canine pictured on the header of the blog)...thinks Gracie is a hottie and says thanks for the picture....

Thursday, December 3, 2009

Lipoma..Lumps and Bumps Outcome


This is a great Lipoma story....I try to get people to understand that in many instances those lumps actually obstruct the dog's mobility. Not every dog responds so dramatically as this story....but every day I hear good things about the Dissolve Formula...but this one is one of the most dramatic...I have asked for a picture hope to have it soon!


Good Afternoon Holly,

I wanted to let you know that on Wed Dec 2/09 I received the herbs.

On Friday Nov 28 @ 3 am Morgan the Lab was coughing so badly and lots of fluid came out, just clear fluid very bad smell. he coughed so much his body went rigid and his head went back, lost all control bowels and pee. I picked him up and comforted him and his body relaxed. After that his walking got very bad, slower, his hind right foot dragged on the top and he had trouble flipping it over. He had no control of bowels it just falls out while he walks. he requires more frequent pee breaks as his holding power is not there. He has very large lumps everywhere and under his chin the right side of his lower neck is swollen size of 3 tennis balls. Behind his right ear is where he has a lump (open sore roughly 1 1/2 inch in size). The Vet saw him on Monday Dec 1/09 said nothing they can do but make him comfortable till he passes. Morgan weighed in at 99 lbs to my surprise, he normally weighs 84 lbs and we have not changed his diet. He is feed a grain free diet and ground beef boiled. We also add Tripe.

Wed morning I started to give him 1 1/2 teaspoon of Dissolve in his food, no problem he loves to eat. As of this morning he has had 2 doses now.

Morgan squatted to do his business this morning something he has not done for over a year. He no longer drags is right leg, he still walks slow but you can tell he has no trouble with placement of his feet. He looks as though he is no longer bloated, I'm going to take him back to the VETs to weigh him cause I think there will be a noticeable drop back to normal. He is alert and his eyes have cleared a bit. He has energy to jump up on the couch. I am really surprised at how fast this Dissolve has started to work. I was rubbing his sides last night and was trying to find the lumps which before you could see, they have reduced in size.

Thank you and God bless you.......

Paco the Chihuahua on the other hand does not like the cough pills, he is feed Instinct can food with ground beef and there is no disguising it. He will not eat it. Can I mix the pills in a tiny bit of water and give it in a dropper and still be OK? Paco takes the hounds honey by dropper OK.

Elizabeth M.


Pinky