Friday, May 9, 2008

Dr. Pink Pinkerton Introduces Sherlock...Lyme's Disease

Dr. Pinky Pinkerton has been working with Wendy and her dog Sherlock (Shirley). Here is another dog that has been struck down by ticks which Dr. Pink Pinkerton thinks are the scourge of the earth.

DAMN THOSE TICKS...he rants and raves to me...The PawHealer.....

The team has Sherlock on two herbal formulas....and will continue to post how Shirley does....

From: Wendy E
Date: 4/15/2008 4:33:36 PM
Subject: question on Lyme's

My 12-year-old dog has had Lyme's for about 2 years now. The vet has her on milk thistle. Her liver enzymes are very, very high right now. She has weakness in her back legs and many other symptoms from Lyme's. Do you have any recommendations for this?


Wendy Eaton, Indiana

From: Wendy
Date: 4/28/2008 6:22:51 PM
Subject: Re: question on Sherlock's meds

I think I still feel a little heat in the hips, but not as much as before. She still is sleeping quite a bit, especially if I just have taken her on a longer walk. Also when walking her, she still fatigues but not as badly. Sometimes she just lays in her bed with her eyes open . . . kind of like she just doesn't feel well. I haven't noticed any chills lately or shivers. I have, on occasion, touched her head and it feels like she has a temperature, but her nose is nice and moist and black (not dry). She still has a running nose. Sometimes it's dripping (seems more than usual). Her breathing is still loud at times when she is falling asleep and when sleeping. I haven't heard any phlegm noise, but I haven't taken my stethoscope to her lungs either. One change I have noticed since I put her on the herbs is how she holds her tail . . . it's like she has a hard time holding it up. It seems like it's too heavy to hold up or limp. She has NOT wet the bed since I've put her on the herbs. Overall, I think she has improved in her back leg strength by about 50%. She still seems weak at times and looks like she doesn't feel well. But, I just started her on the liver enzyme herbs. Maybe that will make a difference within the next week or so. She also is still very "clingy" to me at times--like she wants to be near me because she's not feeling well (if you know what I mean?).

Let me know what you think or want me to do. Thank you so much. Wendy

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