My dog cannot get up due to severe Hip-dysplasia. We are considering euthanasia to end her suffering. Can NZYMES® help her?
In the most severe case I know, Teddy, a 6 yr. old golden retriever was unable to raise his rear-end from the ground without squealing aloud in pain. Secondly, the dog's stomach was covered with ground sores from not being able to rise up. After examining the dog in question the veterinarian provided the following 3 options.
Because of the dogs severe pain level, the veterinarian felt they should have the dog put down.
They could choose to have hip surgery, for $2,500.00, with no guarantee that this would solve the problem. (Not an affordable option.)
Lastly he suggested they give their dog an enzyme-rich formula he had heard about NZYMES®. He suggested to go ahead and try it for one week. If there are no changes… then the best thing to do would be euthanasia.
This took place in the summer of 1992. At the end of the first week the Teddy began to get up and walk. They noticed that his sores were beginning to heal. After the second week the Teddy starting to run again.
As of the millennium, 8 years later, Teddy was "STILL ALIVE" and doing well. He could still run and play and remains the faithful loving pet they didn't want to lose.
Update: August 2001
Teddy passed away in his sleep.
The is Donna Hilton
feeding the gang a NZYMES®
treat at a local park.
|This is Trinket eating NZYMES® Granules right from the Jar.|
Will my pet like the NZYMES®?
You Bet! Just look at these photos that some of our customers have sent us of their pets getting their NZYMES®.
95% of all the customers tell us that their pets just love our products. In fact, we have some remarkable stories of how they go about getting their NZYMES® everyday.
Whether it's our tasty chewable NZYMES® Antioxidant Treats treats or the more ecconomical NZYMES® Granules, we expect your pet to love them. If ever a problem getting them to take either one, just give us a call and we can offer more suggestions.
We even have a new Turkey-ball recipe that works for the most finicky eaters.
Can my dog take NZYMES® if he/she is on medication?
NZYMES® is a blend of enzyme-rich natural "live foods". You can feel free to give it to your pet without hesitation. The product is enriched with antioxidant vitamins and is completely safe.
NZYMES® concentrated raw food sources help to generate primary metabollic enzymes in a animals body. They include Superoxide Dismutase along with counterparts of Catalase, Glutathione Peroxidase and Methionine Reductase.
These enzymes help cleanse dangerous toxins and free radicals from a pets's body. Many medications, though very helpful actually do cause collateral damage in a animals body. You may have heard that statement "Has been known to cause side-effects". NZYMES® offers protection as a free radical scavenger and has NO KNOWN side-effects. We recommend doubling the amount given daily whenever a pet is taking medications.
Next month I will have one of my adult Great Danes neutered. How many NZYMES®
should I give him during prior and post surgery days? And how many days pre and after?
We suggest to always double the daily usage with surgery starting about 2 days before and for 1-2 weeks following - healing is usually 50% faster - generally the stitches will be healed before the Vet expects too.
We recommend doubling the amount given daily whenever a pet is taking medications, OR a week before and after vaccinations.
My cat is not a treat-eater, how do you get cats to eat your NZYMES®
We get this question a lot. Though most dogs love the Treats, it appears that a lower percentage of cats will eat the Nzymes treats directly, possibly due to the flavoring. For the more finicky animals, such as Cats, simply crush up the NZYMES®
Treat into its granular form and mix it - either with their regular food, a small amount of tuna, or a liquid item like Chicken broth or plain yogurt. See our feeding directions.
Do your NZYMES® Granules have a distinctive taste to them? Also, I've heard that you suggest start them on the NZYMES® Antioxidant Treats instead of the granules.
If a pet's body or immune system is compromised we usually prefer to begin by using the NZYMES® Antioxidant Treats because of the extra Vitamins and Ricebran ingredients. Also, its an easy way to make sure they get the necessary double dose for the first two weeks.
Granules are a 100% blend of Sprouted Soy Protein
and have a very mild slightly-sweet taste. . This is our base-formula which has been used so successfully for more than 15 years - When we created the treats we improved the formula with the extra ingredients. Mostly to make it convenient and easy to give to pets. However, NZYMES®
granules are the main ingredient and the primary reason the product has become so successfully recognized with breeders and veteranarians throughout the country.
If you have a lot of mouths to feed, then use the NZYMES® granules which are truly more cost effective. There are 110 teaspoons per pound.
I've had superb results for my dogs using Ox-E-Drops, Treats, and Bac~Pak. I have 2 adopted retired Greyhou
nds, and due to the fact that the track only feeds them raw meat, their teeth are horrible. I've had them cleaned and I try to brush them, but they fight me on it. Are any of the items I'm currently using able to hel; with plaque & tartar?
FOR ORAL CARE WITH YOUR DOG, CAT OR HORSE - You can add 10 drops of NZYMES Ox-E-Drops concentrate to 1oz of water and use that with a toothbrush to brush your pet's teeth; you can also spray the mouth - teeth and gums - with this 2% solution regularly and know that it is killing the bacteria that cause damage, even when you're not able to brush. Also be sure to add several drops to the water dish when refilled; this not only keeps the water bacteria free, it can help freshen breath and kill mouth bacteria throughout the day. This can also deter plaque buildup.
If you have any questions feel free to write, call or email us.
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