I know my dog has Hip Dysplasia, although I haven’t gotten a diagnosis by a vet. He began having trouble walking, but then one day I had to help him up to go to the bathroom outside. Then, it got worse.
He wears diapers because of incontinence. I don’t know how I happened upon it, but out of the love for my dog, in desperation, I found something made by ‘Nzymes’ on the internet made from sprouted soy.
‘For my dog’s weight, I sprinkle 1/2 a teaspoon in each of two of his three daily meals. I can’t explain exactly how, but it did seem to help him somewhat’ ~ your author
I read many people’s feedback about their pet’s recovery. I was willing to do just about anything to help my dog even taking a chance on some potential rip off ‘hokey’ product.
Bubba was far from being totally healed. I have to keep watching to see what happens. He also has had what seems to me, a very bad ongoing sinus infection.
Through my own research on the internet ‘weeding’ through this and that and the other, the Nzymes powder seemed to help my dog walk better. Although, I can’t prove it, it may have helped but to what degree I am not certain about.
Sorry, but I don’t trust most vets even human doctors much anymore. I do my own research into alternative treatments and medicine.
Sometimes sinus infections are caused by a tooth abscess. I have had a few of his teeth pulled in the past, but because he is so old, I don’t want to take the chance of him dying on the operating table from anesthesia.
I got the idea of applying raw honey and garlic on my dog’s nose from a Dr. Jones on the internet, which seemed to help somewhat. Unfortunately, I had to euthanize my old dog at 15 years old. I will always miss him and he will always be a big part of my life.
Note- consult your vet before you change your pet’s diet or give them a supplement. I don’t endorse, nor have no financial interest and make no money off any of the products mentioned above. He was the best friend I’ve ever had in my entire life. I loved him more than anything and I likely will never be the same without him.