NAS, a Boxer/Great Dane who had problems with diarrhea:
My 22 year old son is presently living with me. He adopted a (2) year old Boxer/Great Dame cross from a friends family who was moving and did not feel that they could provide the home that this beautiful pet would require. My wife and I was a little worried about Jonathan moving back home with such a large pet. We both fell in love with “Nas” the first day. He is the most docile and well trained pet that I have ever have the pleasure of sharing a home. He will not get on any furniture unless Jonathan gives him the OK and has never had any accidents in the house until last week.
Last week “Nas” began a bout of diarrhea. I had not started “Nas” on your supplement as my son has him on a strict diet. After (5) days with this problem I asked him to start him on your supplement I got home last night and asked if “Nas” had messed in the house since I had left. The response was no. I walked “Nas” this A.M. and noticed that his stools are now perfectly normal. This product is truly amazing.
VESTA, the Red and Tan Doberman suffering from stomach disorder, hot spots and showing destructive behavior:
Vesta is a 2 year old Red and Tan Doberman and Nancy’s formula saved our sanity! My husband and I got Vesta from a breeder when she was just a few months old. I got Vesta because I really needed to fill the void in my heart that losing Bailey left and she has filled it completely!
Right from the start, we knew she was going to be the sweetest dog. She was a healthy eater and never had any problems with the food she was on. When she hit about 6 months of age all of that changed. Vesta became a little bit destructive, tearing up things outside (screens off the windows for example) and licking her feet so much she had horrible, knotted hot spots all over the place. She also developed severe diarrhea and would have accidents in the house. Most nights she would wake me and my husband up, sometimes 5 times a night, to go out to potty. We would take her to the vet and they would say, “Oh she has food allergies, try _____ dog food.” Well we went through about 5 different types of dog food and nothing worked; special diets from the vet, all natural foods, venison, duck, rice and potato, fish and potato, etc. They all cost a fortune! Each time, we would go back to the vet, telling them that the food changes were not working. Each time, they would insist that it was food allergies. We even started cooking chicken breasts and rice for her. That did not work either!
I trusted the vet because they had been so great when Bailey was ill, but I was starting to wonder if there was something else going on, other than a food allergy. So, I basically quit taking Vesta to the vet. I decided that it was just something she was going to have for the rest of her life and we would have to learn to deal with it the best we could.
One of the times I left Vesta for a long weekend, I came back to find that she was put on antibiotics and a special dog food. I asked that the vet call me the next day to explain everything. When the veterinarian called me he explained that he felt Vesta was in very bad shape with all her symptoms and he was trying to do something to help her. He said that he had a dog with similar problems. He also said that he could really help Vesta and he did not think it was a food allergy at all. He asked for the opportunity to treat her and I decided to give it a shot.
RANGER, the Shetland Sheepdog, had issues with diarrhea and vomiting:
On April 20, 2009 my sixteen year old Shetland Sheepdog, Ranger, woke with diarrhea and vomiting. He was disoriented and in general a very sick little dog. He has been the healthiest Sheltie I’ve ever owned over 30 years, but he has also reached that time in his life when anything can happen. Sixteen is very old for a Sheltie. A trip to the vet confirmed that he was at death’s door, weak heartbeat, could not stand, and did not know he was in the world. The good news was his kidneys were functioning. But he had cancer cells in his abdominal fluid. I had 3 options and I chose to take him home with nausea and pain medications and wait. As long as he wasn’t suffering I could not take his life.
The next day gave me hope when the vet notified me that six more dogs had come in for treatment with the same symptoms and we were all feeding the same brand dog food. A notice on the Internet re: this food let us know it wasn’t the age of our dogs but the food that had caused the illnesses. It has since been pulled from the shelves of pet stores all over the country. I decided to fight for Ranger’s life rather than let him go. A friend had shared information re: Nancy’s formula when she saw wonderful results after giving it to her English Shepherd who had coat and skin problems and when she heard about Ranger she insisted it would help him, too, even if he was dying of old age, he could have quality of life for the time remaining.
I thought about the formula for 5 days. I had other dogs with health problems from enlarged heart to thyroid to EPI, a pancreatic problem. Only one of five was young and in good health so finally I called the number given to me by my friend just to discuss what might work for my 5 Shelties. She answered the phone and immediately I felt such a connection with this nice lady. She was like an old friend and in a short period of time, she rushed the product to me and on day 7 after his trip to the vet, Ranger was receiving his first dose of supplement. I started with 1/2 tablespoons as Nancy suggested and gave it in a syringe three times a day. He was getting baby food and the juice from canned green beans in a syringe at that time because he would not eat anything, not even his favorites like bacon, ham, ice cream. He never refused the green bean juice so that was the most of his diet. I carried him everywhere and he was going downhill rapidly. I added the supplements to his diet in the syringe with green bean juice and he seemed to like it. In fact he licked the syringe the first time he tasted it. For the rest of the week things stayed the same but I increased the supplements gradually until he was getting a tablespoon a day. I almost called the vet several times to say I am being unfair. He is suffering, trembling and unable to walk or eat. I need to let him go. I just couldn’t do it.
On Saturday after he began the supplements on Monday there was a huge difference. We went away for a few hours and when we returned he was on his feet. He seemed hungry so I offered the food in his bowl. He wasn’t ready so we went back to the syringe but he was more eager for the syringe. On Sunday when we came home from church he was out in the yard, had gone through the pet door and was walking around. He ate from his bowl. He was stronger. The supplements are advertised to show improvement in seven days. We saw it in six. Now we are seeing daily improvements. I did as they suggested and removed all grains from his diet. He gets cottage cheese, lean meat, and green beans with the supplement for breakfast and dinner and he gets supplements from the palm of my hand for his treats. He is getting a well-rounded teaspoon mixed in his food and he really likes it. His bowel and kidney function is very good and he no longer needs me to hold him up while he takes care of his business. He is walking with a purpose to get where he is going instead of wandering around confused. He went down the stairs by himself before I could intercept him and carry him down and he was in control of his feet and legs. He no longer trembles. He sleeps from 9 till 6 without waking up in stress as before he began the supplements. In general, he is still 16 years old but he is enjoying his life again. He barks. He wags his tail and he licks his bowl clean twice a day. We are just thrilled. My husband told me to tell them that he wants to volunteer to be her human guinea pig if she decides to create a human supplement. I have added the supplement to the diets of all of my dogs who range in age from 16 to 5 and I see an improvement in each of them.