Sunday, March 9, 2008

Meet George He Has Collapsed Trachea

George is getting better! The team loves to help these little dogs. Isn't George the cutest little dog? Dr. Pink Pinkerton are continuing our work with George, a 60% improvement is a great thing when dealing with such a chronic and difficult condition such as this problem. The team feels confident that we can continue to improve George's cough.

Date: 3/1/2008 9:04:45 AM
Subject: RE: Collapsed Trachea
Well he is OK except for the cough which happens between 4-8 times a day. Mostly when he gets up in the morning and when he gets excited. I am not sure what or how I am supposed to use or give these herbs??? I have been mixing the not so potent one with a spoon of wet food in the morning and at dinner. What will this really do to help his collapsing trachea?

From: info@eventful
Date: 3/8/2008 8:30:48 AM
To: PawHealer
Subject: RE: The cough?


The cough is better….not gone yet so much better. He has only been getting the more potent herbs twice a day because my husband and I are not home in the middle of the day. I am off now for about a week so I am now going to move to three times a day.

Question? Should he only be on one or should I be giving him both.


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