Tuesday, May 28, 2013

No Bladder Stone Surgery For Moose

Thank you to Gina B. from Virgina Beach, VA for sharing Moose's bladder stone story....Gina has found that Uniniary Free The Flow for blood stagnation pattern worked great for her beautiful dog....

"Moose was diagnosed with urate or cysteine bladder stones in April of 2012. We immediately began treating him with Urinary Free the Flow. About 2 weeks later at his follow up appointment, the stones were gone. We finished the bottle of Free the Flow and went to Stonezyme. This proved to be a bit too soon, as he developed MORE stones in December of 2012. In January the vet told us he saw 2 stones. In March there were 4. We switched back to Urinary Free the Flow, Blood Stagnation and at his most recent appointment (May 2013) all 4 stones were gone. I plan to continue with the Free the Flow for the rest of his life to prevent and dissolve these nasty things. NO SURGERY FOR MOOSE!"

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