Sunday, May 17, 2009

Griffen Demands His Herbs!

This is a short note from Monica...I wanted to make a little comment on this...Monica mentions that we said she could wein Griffin off the herbs....Well, we try to give the best info we have based on clinical experience...

People demand answers...they want for sure things...but with herbs we really don't know...its the same with people. Every dog reacts differently...The good thing about this is that it in most instances the dog is receiving major benefits.

I really try to stay away from giving any type of prognosis of the herbs...because we really don't know how each dog will respond!

A [SPAM] need more Meds
Monica Hren
Date: Sat, May 16, 2009 11:34 pm
To: pawhealer
Once again Griffin is out of Calm and Compose. I have tried to wean him off of it as Ya'll said i could, however griffin seems to be alot happier and more at ease while on the meds. He only gets meds one time a day with his dinner and i have been able to stretch it out and only give it to him every other day. But lately he has been out and he seems to be overly depressed and sullen. Please make me more! Also I have enclosed a picture us, please add us to the satisfied and can't live without PawHealer meds board! Thank you Monica Hren


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