Friday, May 31, 2013

Heartworm Support hellps Sassy in Florida to improve within weeks.

I ordered stuff (herbs: Heartworm Support) and got it last week on the 25th of May for my 13 year old dog for heartworms, they (the Pawhealer Reps) said it would take about 30 days to even notice a difference, could it be my imagination, the dog is still gagging, but not as bad. It's not as long or as hard, is it possible for the stuff to be working in only 1 week? I will be buying more soon as I get paid as I know she needs to be on it for 24 weeks, thank you for all your help in finding the meds (herbs: Heartworm Support) my dog needs without hurting her with poisons.

Tammi C
Florida in May 2013

Pawhealer response to Tammi: Yes, this is not unusual to see a resurgence in energy return to normal activity such as eating, playing and running. And a diminishing of coughing and gagging. However, we caution do not be fooled by this improvement and take it as a sign to lower the herbs.  Heartworm Support should be given full strength following recommended guidelines per weight on bottle and DO NOT lower the dose of the herbs for at least 2-3 months.
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