Hip Dysplasia Prevented Dog From Climbing Stairs
Author: Laura Clute
Location: NY, United States
Word Length: 123
Questions Received: 2
Testimonial ID: 8728-OR
Hip dysplasia and spinal stenosis combined to make it extremely hard for my 60 pound dog to stand on her own and negotiate any stairs. She needed help with stairs and often to stand. She was on pain meds, and not a candidate for any surgery. I started a routine of Valor, Copaiba, and also peppermint topically. Copaiba was also added to each meal.
After about 2 weeks, she was able to stand on her own, without barking for help. Another few days and she was able to get up the stairs on her own. I believe the anti-inflammatory properties of the oils helped her greatly! Slowly, but on her own! I was so happy for her!
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