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Featured Testimonial - Blizzard, German Shepherd Dog with Itchy Blackened Skin

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Learn how this White German Shepherd dog Recoverd from serious Skin & Itching issues,
terrible Smell, Hair Loss, Blackened Skin, etc.

Blizzard - Before - August'02
Blizzard - After - December'02

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Blizzard's NZYMES Success Story - AFTER 4.5 years of veterinary Treatment for "Dog Allergies"

Breed: German shepherd - White
Age: 7 years
Health History: Allergies, Stiffness and Poor Joint Health, Itchy skin, Blackened skin, Itchy feet and Body, Hair loss, Odor, Ear problems, Sensitive to Light and Sounds

October 22, 2002

Blizzard was a healthy 90-pound, five-year-old white German shepherd. During this past year (2001 - 2002), her health started declining dramatically. Her skin had become very itchy and inflamed and she was constantly chewing and biting at herself. She began losing hair over most of her body to the point where you could see her skin. Also, her skin had a bad odor and had blackened in some areas.

I took her to numerous vets and dermatologists, but no one could tell me what was wrong or how to remedy the problem. The Vet's best guess was to give her five (5) Benadryl per day after numerous rounds of antibiotics and anti-inflammatory medications. If anyone saw her they were shocked at her appearance because she looked as if she had been thrown from of a car.

You could tell that Blizzard felt bad! She was lethargic had difficulty sleeping because of poor joint health. She preferred dark areas of the house and did not like to go out into the sunlight. After this she began losing weight and eventually she lost 30 lbs. My vet just said "her time was up".

In the middle of August 2002, I saw a local TV commercial about NZYMES® and wished I had only seen it sooner. I was thinking to myself "maybe this could have helped Blizzard." Anyway, I saw the ad again, three more times, throughout the week and decided to call and order anyway. It certainly couldn't hurt, and it was less expensive than a visit to the vet or the numerous skin conditioners and shampoos we tried.

The people at NZYMES.COM felt that Blizzard's problem was due to poor immune system health and micro-flora imbalance of the GI Tract. They suggested to order only 2 parts of the NZYMES® Healthy-Skin Kit initially to test if the cleansing process would take place. This was done to help support optimal micro-flora growth both internally and topically. They also made some diet suggestions that we switch to better foods which avoids the starchy carbohydrates and do the same for her treats as well.NZYMES Antioxidant Treats

Well, for the first two weeks, I started Blizzard off with a more than the initial recommended DOUBLE DOSE and gave Blizzard five (5) NZYMES® Antioxidant Treats instead of the 4 per day, plus 4 drops of Ox-E-Drops twice a day. Within a week Blizzards biting and chewing was reduced. Even the itching had calmed down and the redness of her skin was subsiding. After the second week, she was on just two (2) treats per day, plus Ox-E-Drops and a new diet

Ox-E Immune SupportAround the second week of September she began showing the signs of cleansing that they told us about and she went through a couple of weeks of increased itchiness, redness on the skin and a even some lethargy.

I called the office and they asked if we had been spraying her problem areas 2-3 times a day with the Ox-E-drops 2% solution. I said "NO, not really"! So we started spraying her as instructed from then on with the 2% solution and got very good results.

By October 2, 2002, six weeks after we began using the NZYMES® products and changing to the recommended food, the redness over most of her body was completely gone, her fur is beginning to grow back in beautifully.

By late November 2002, the constant biting, chewing and scratching had subsided. Blizzard now runs and plays like the beautiful dog she used to be and hopefully, will never need to go to the vet again for any kind of illness. She's gained back some weight and is now 75 lbs. She looks and acts like a very healthy dog once again. I am so glad that we did not put her down as we were advised by the doctor.

The people at NZYMES.COM explained that they were just developing 2 new products as part of a new "Healthy-Skin program designed to use NZYMES® products specifically to help with these type problems. They said that they expected Blizzard may go through another cleansing cycle when summer heat came upon us and that the new products would be available around then.

UPDATE 8/20/03
Just as they had predicted, Blizzard had a second bout of cleansing. It started in the middle of July 2003 when the weather here in California turned much hotter. The redness and the itching returned and Blizzard miserable again. I called Biopet right away and told them and they said this was often the case especially when the warmer temperatures came around.
BacPak Plus Probiotics
They told me that had the two NEW products now available to add to Blizzards daily maintenance program. Ticture of BlackleafWe purchased the NZYMES® BacPak Plus and NZYMES® Tincture of Black-Leaf. Once again their suggestions worked quickly. In about 5 days the redness on the skin and the itchiness began to disappear and Blizzard in a happy dog once again.

They also said that pets can experience FLU-LIKE symptoms with some intermittent vomiting or diarrhea. That was the case for Blizzard as well. Even though the itchiness subsided, sometimes she actually looked worse during the first month of treatment. (See photos) However, to be honest, I wasn't spraying her topically with the 2% solution of Ox-E-Drops as often as suggested. (2-3 times daily as a minimum) and it made a major difference when we did. NZYMES® Healthy-Skin Kit, good food, a little knowledge and common sense truly saved Blizzards life.

I do want to mention to everyone reading this that they told us in advance, that with cases like ours where the immune system health problem is deeply rooted in the GI tract, the symptoms can often become worse before they start to get better. This is especially true in the first 2 months of the Healthy-Skin program.

This complete program is explained in our
Healthy-Skin Kit: What to Do Instructions, Print and read them thoroughly.

I recommend this diet for both the unhealthy and the healthy animals, for life.

Thank you ever so much!

Elizabeth Cotton - Santa Ana, CA.


Our Success with this Program is Remarkable
The high incidence of the this condition is distressing and it keeps our NZYMES.COM staff very busy, adding 700-800 new cases every month! Virtually every customer we have worked with has had success as long as they had the fortitude to hang in there through the tough periods. When things get tough, or (when needed) take advantage of our Free phone support.

The NZYMES® Healthy-Skin Program (Often referred to as the NZYMES® Yeast-Kit or Yeast program) has even appeared in articles in the Whole Dog Journal* and Pet Product News*. Much of the success comes from our 'dedication' to assisting customers resolve these problems. We're here to help you in any way we can through the tough months of cleansing. And, the standard 120-Day Money-Back Guarantee is further assurance that we EXPECT you to succeed, and are absolutely passionate about assuring your success!

A Thyroid Condition May Be Involved
We always recommend a full thyroid panel for pet's exhibiting multiple symptoms from the Symptoms Checklist. About 40% of the cases we have worked with also have an INCORRECTLY DIAGNOSED Low-thyroid condition, which can seriously hamper recovery without the necessary medications to balance the thyroid. Such pets require ongoing medication.

NOTE: The blood-testing agency needs to do a FULL THYROID PANEL and not just a T4 test. The misinterpretation of this result is the most common error made in judging the correct thyroid levels found on general blood work results. The testing doctor MUST also take into consideration the types of medications that have been used previously (and for how long), as these can corrupt thyroid panel results. We recommend having your pet's blood work done by Dr. Jean Dodds. She is the leading expert on Autoimmune Thyroiditis in the United States
Dr. Jean Dodds - HEMOPET - Thyroid Evaluations

At NZYMES.COM our major focus is helping our customers achieve RESULTS! We suggest good nutrition programs along with accurate information. The goal is to use nutritional support in ways that will help the body repair and restore wellness naturally, and then continue that wellness with a minimum maintenance program.

Blizzard's History
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Blizzard - Hind-End - 8-24-02

August 24, 2002
Starting date.
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Blizzard - After 2 Weeks of Cleansing
September 9, 2002
Very lethargic. Itchiness and inflammation
begin to subside.
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Blizzard - Cleansing is Worsening

September 13th to 20th, 2002
Less itchiness and inflammation. Skin beginning to clear. New hair growth seen. Now spraying skin with 2% Oxy solution at least 3-4 times daily.
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Blizzard - After 1 Month
Sept. 22, 2002- 1 Month Later
Dramatic improvement. Skin clearing. More hair growth. Sores clearing. Weight increasing; energy and alertness returning.
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Blizzard - After 6 Weeks
October 4th, 2002 - 1 1/2 Months
Everyday Blizzard is getting better. Starting to act like a happy dog once again.
Blizzard - After 3 Months
November 28th, 2002 - 3 Months
90% recovered. Itchiness gone. Most hair re-grown. Energy and playfulness returned.
Blizzard - After 3 1/2 Months
December 8th 2002
One big happy puppy!