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Sunday, April 15, 2012

Moose in Virginia - Bladder Stones gone in 2 weeks - blows Mom and Vet away!!

Good afternoon,
 
I just wanted to send you a quick email to let you know that we had the vet appointment today, and Moose has passed his stones!  His bladder is all clear!  We are so excited.  He was only on the Urinary Free the Flow for a little more than 2 weeks.  I am interested in changing him over to the Stonezyme like you suggested now that the stones are gone.  I still have 2 unopened bottles of Urinary Free the Flow, however.  I am not sure if I can exchange those or if it that formula will act as a preventative as well.  Please advise me on how to proceed.  Thank you so much for your products.  We are thrilled that we were able to save our baby from a painful surgery!!
 
Thank you!
 
Gina Blystone
 
Yes, this is the formula you need for the next few months. After you have finished this 'cycle' it is our recommendation to do one more 'cycle ' (3 more bottles) of the Urinary Free The Flow and then switch to Stonezyme. This is too soon to go to Stonezyme as he may form more crystals and the UFF will clear  those as well.

Mark
Customer Service
 
Thank you for your prompt response! I will continue as directed. Thank you so much for the support and the product. Our vet is very interested in these products after our experience with them. I am passing the website along to all our dog loving friends!

Gina Blystone 
 
PS This is an exceptionally fast result, but not an unusual one. It is our experience that it normally takes 2-3 months for the stones to pass. But what normally happens is a return to normal energy levels and peeing routine instead of the squatting and multiple times peeing begins to level out and the urge to urinate constantly diminishes.

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