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Monday, March 16, 2015

Does your dog have Liver Issues? Consider PawHealer's Liver Support formula for Paw-Healing.


Thanks to Ruth H. for sharing her thanks...she came to us with this issue"



"PawHealer's products have kept my 13 year old Lhaso Apso in the condition of a much younger dog. I have s new puppy and Saki chases her with the energy of a young dog. This could not happen without the amazing products I have been using from PawHealer. I have started giving PawHealer products to the puppy to give her a longer more productive life as she is in trying to become a therapy dog. I especially love the personalization of products if you need something specific. I have left messages and have received a phone call back within a day. I appreciate the quick response and the ability to receive personalized products."



This is the issue that Ruth wanted to address:

"Saki has sign of Cushing's disease. She has had a STIM test and ultra sound. her blood work is askew, but she doesn't have Cushing's yet. Her vet said she could take herbal remedies that are for the liver. Do you have anything like this. The liver is slightly enlarged."


So we suggested our Liver Tonic for Saki...here is the image of the product and the link:




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.

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