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Saturday, August 2, 2014

Dog Heart Cough? Read about Max the chihuahua...16 years young.


Many thanks to Ann for sharing Max's story...Max is 16 years old and Ann W. has exactly the right idea..she understands that it is all about finding remedies and medicines that work to create a good quality of life. ...Read her story:


3 years ago Max a chiuahuah mix had an acute cough which then we found him in pulmonary edema ( I think because of the codine medicine the er vet put him on). That vet also said that Max has a tear in the corde tendeae which is a tendon that holds the valve to the heart muscle. He gave Max 4 months to live. Strangely that same time he went completely deaf. Well, Max is still here and feeling good! I had tried the other Pawhealer cough syrups but it wasn't until I tried this one that his cough has become softer and not as frequent and finally we are all sleeping better! I haven't given him vaccinations, but instead he gets a rabies titer which always shows he is protected and he gets his tag. Grain free organic diet home cooked and filtered water! He is on some meds from the vet but it is the herbs that have made the biggest difference in his quality of health! By the way Max will turn 18 in Sept this year!

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