California Vet & Nzymes for Histiocytoma Skin Tumor

California Vet & Nzymes for Histiocytoma Skin Tumor

Dr. K. Kenyon, DVM, on Skin Tumor Results VET OBSERVATION: NZYMES Usage for Histiocytoma Skin Tumor trouble > This Fresno, Calif Vet has used NZYMES® products in her practice for several years. Some years back she provided her comments – in the Video format...
More Video Evidence – Paralyzed Dogs Walk Again

More Video Evidence – Paralyzed Dogs Walk Again

2 Videos Submitted via the Shopper-Approved Reviews Mechanism Both pet owners, happy to see their dogs walk again with NZYMES help, responded to a Shopper-Approved Review opportunity, and opted to provide their Video evidence to support their statements. Wilma....
Skeletal Injury and Recovery in Cats

Skeletal Injury and Recovery in Cats

For Pet Owners Facing Skeletal Injury and Recovery in Cats Whether disease related or (more likely) injury related, your feline friend may just be unlucky enough to have a serious mobility challenge related to an injury to body, limbs, tail, etc.  In such a case you...
Knuckling-Over Problem In Great Dane Pup Resolved

Knuckling-Over Problem In Great Dane Pup Resolved

Great Dane Karma, Overcomes Bone Growth Disorder Hello, My husband and I bought a Great Dane puppy. When Karma was approximately 10 weeks old, her front legs started bowing. We contacted Linda Arndt – The Great Dane Lady – and she recommended we put our...
Collie and Skin Problems Recovery Story

Collie and Skin Problems Recovery Story

JAZZ – a Collie Finally Finding Relief from Skin Symptoms PARTICULARS Breed:  Collie Age:  8 years young Troubles:  Hair Loss, Itchy Skin Problems, Skin Blackening, sores/weeping scabs, low energy, diarrhea Oct. 11, 2010 Jazz and I would like to thank the people...
Lab Mix Enjoys Pemphigus Improvements

Lab Mix Enjoys Pemphigus Improvements

Charlie Enjoys Reduced Symptoms from Pemphigus & Itchy Skin PARTICULARS Breed: Labrador & Greater Swiss Mtn. Mix Age: 9 years Troubles: Pemphigus & constant itching February 20, 2014: I purchased NZYMES® Sprouted Granules a month ago, and am extremely...
Whippet Hound Happier Without Dog Papilloma Warts

Whippet Hound Happier Without Dog Papilloma Warts

Learn How Sara was Relieved of Ugly Papilloma Oral Growth in 2 Weeks NOTE: This young Whippet Hound mix, was troubled by a large ugly oral growth at the front of his teeth, making it difficult to eat. See how the NZYMES® Papilloma Support Program helped the body get...
Havanese Overcomes Dog Allergies Symptoms

Havanese Overcomes Dog Allergies Symptoms

See How Angel Conquered Dog Allergies & Hot Spots. Hi, everybody. My name is Angel. I’m a 3 yr. old Havanese pup. I only weigh 7 pounds. A whole year ago I got itchy, started losing my pretty hair and got even more skinny than I already was! My vet thought...
Dachshund Recovers from Vaccination Induced Paralysis

Dachshund Recovers from Vaccination Induced Paralysis

Rusty Leaves Wheelchair Behind after Vaccination Induced Paralysis My dog Rusty received a rabies vaccine on April 27th, 2016.  He started limping right after injection. I called the vet. He immediately put Rusty on prednisone, muscle relaxers and pain medications for...
Siberian Husky & Hip Pain Trouble Improvement

Siberian Husky & Hip Pain Trouble Improvement

Mewuk Receives Natural Support for Aging and Hip Pain “What’s the matter with your dog?” asked the little girl waiting for the school bus. “Is he tired?” Our Siberian husky, Mewuk, was dragging along, with no zip at all. We figured she...
Dogs Overcoming Seizures – 4 Short Stories

Dogs Overcoming Seizures – 4 Short Stories

Mini Dachshund – sees Freedom from Seizure Events June 25, 2009 Our little Dachshund is Brantley. Since starting him on a daily feeding of the NZYMES® Antioxidant Treats he has only had one convulsive fit, and that has been 3 months ago. He not only quit having...
NZYMES Media – Verbal Reviews, Dog Mobility Troubles

NZYMES Media – Verbal Reviews, Dog Mobility Troubles

Customer Provided Verbal Reviews on Dog Mobility Troubles This page hosts a number of audio recordings of customer-provided verbal reviews on dog mobility troubles preventing their dogs from enjoying the life they deserve. Their words detail issues troubling their...
Resolution Needed for Dogs Yeasty Ear Infections?

Resolution Needed for Dogs Yeasty Ear Infections?

Getting Real Help for Your Dogs Chronic Yeasty Ears People spend all kinds of time and money looking for some quick and inexpensive answer for their dog’s yeasty ears, without ever knowing how and where the problem came about, nor what it will take to actually...
Bichon Mix Dog Can’t Walk but Recovers

Bichon Mix Dog Can’t Walk but Recovers

Learn About Otis – Walking Again with Nzymes Help Last May when Otis was 12.5 years old, he developed problems with walking. At first, we thought it was arthritis but soon he could not walk at all (much like Chessey). There was a problem in his spinal column,...
Bichon Frise Conquers Dog Allergies Symptoms

Bichon Frise Conquers Dog Allergies Symptoms

Story of Yoshie: Overcoming Symptoms Attributed to Dog Allergies December 4, 2013 “Yoshie’s Magic Elixirs” We rescued Yoshie, our beloved Bichon Frise, 8 years ago. The people who we got him from wanted to get an Australian Dingo (yes a wild dog from...
Labrador Overcomes Itchy Skin Problems & Sores

Labrador Overcomes Itchy Skin Problems & Sores

Lucy Rose – Recovering from Challenging Itchy Skin Problems Around July of 2011, I began to notice scabs on Lucy’s head. I didn’t worry too much because she had just turned one-year-old and spent a lot of time trying to break out of the backyard and...
Corgi Dog able to Conquer Paralysis Challenges

Corgi Dog able to Conquer Paralysis Challenges

NZYMES Nutritional Support is Key in Dog Paralysis Recovery Though it may have been a slower process than usual, this especially cute Corgi, Chessey, is able to walk and run after the necessary recovery time from the Paralysis challenges he faced from apparent...
Kennel Cough in Dogs, Natural Answers

Kennel Cough in Dogs, Natural Answers

The Gentle, Effective Answer to Kennel Cough Watching your dog suffer from Kennel Cough can be heart-wrenching.  However, watching a short Video – at the bottom of this page – can show you how easily and quickly you can have a happy, playful canine friend...
Dog Flu or Canine Influenza

Dog Flu or Canine Influenza

Facts and Resolution Options for the Dog Flu Dog Flu Overview The Dog Flu is an illness or Condition usually involving respiratory distress and possibly other symptoms, such as fever. Being caused by the Canine Influenza Virus, this type of condition is therefore...
Panosteitis in Dogs

Panosteitis in Dogs

An Overview – PANO, or Panosteitis in Dogs Panosteitis, often abbreviated as PANO, is a condition characterized by an accelerated rate of growth which most commonly results in lameness and/or arthritis-like aches or pains in the long bone of the legs. Very...
Great Dane Overcomes Pano Symptoms

Great Dane Overcomes Pano Symptoms

Harley’s Issues:  Pano, Growing Pains, Dull Coat Thank you, thank you, and thank you. Well, it’s been 8 days since I have been giving my boy, Harley, the double dose of NZYMES® Antioxidant Treats and he is doing really well. I found Linda...
Shedding or Hair Loss in Dogs or Cats

Shedding or Hair Loss in Dogs or Cats

Those Pesky Shedding & Hair Loss Concerns – What to Do When seeking help for shedding or hair loss, NZYMES® Antioxidant products can usually be your saving grace, and not just because of the 120-day Guarantee, but because they deliver the desired results by...
Bronchitis in Dogs

Bronchitis in Dogs

What Can Be Done for Bronchitis in Dogs, Acute or Chronic? Dog Bronchitis, acute or chronic, usually affects middle-aged to older dogs. The cause of canine bronchitis isn’t completely clear but has often resulted from untreated respiratory issues like Kennel...
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel & Dog-Food Poisoning

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel & Dog-Food Poisoning

My Story About Dog Food Poisoning: I had begun using your NZYMES® Granules, Ox-E-Drops and Bac-Pak Plus in early February 2007. My dog is a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and has 5 new puppies. She is not a big dog and weighs normally 14 lbs. In March I purchased two...
Big Boy:  DSH Cat Broken Tail Recovery Story

Big Boy: DSH Cat Broken Tail Recovery Story

How Natural Support for Injury Recovery is Helpful Well, this all started when it was feeding time. My 1-year-old cat “Big Boy” is always the first one to greet me and of course, show up to eat. However, that day he did not come home for dinner. He is...
Pemphigus in Dogs

Pemphigus in Dogs

Holistic Help for Dog Skin Problems of Pemphigus Nature Pemphigus is a medical name for an entire GROUP of autoimmune issues which may make themselves known by the negative health effects they have on skin areas of the pet (usually dogs) and, with some frequency,...
Dachshund Paralysis Recoveries – Short Stories

Dachshund Paralysis Recoveries – Short Stories

Quick Reviews:  4 Brief Dachshund Recovery Stories – Paralysis We get many dog recovery stories on a weekly basis – especially about dog paralysis – that are very SHORT comments about results seen with the benefit of NZYMES® in the daily diet. So,...
Dog Mobility Problems & Recovery – Short Stories

Dog Mobility Problems & Recovery – Short Stories

A Variety of Breeds and Short Stories, either Written, or Voice Recordings Many customers write in to tell us about NZYMES results and provide very brief stories. That being said, we felt that a collection of related stories would be useful to NZYMES customers.  This...
Aries; this Doberman Pinscher was Troubled with Wobblers

Aries; this Doberman Pinscher was Troubled with Wobblers

Issues with Aries:  Wobblers Syndrome In June 2008, mobility difficulty with Aries was diagnosed, and Wobblers Syndrome was the presumed issue. Her back-end was giving out on her and she could no longer jump the fence or walk steadily. I found NZYMES.COM online while...
Heartworm Disease, Overview & Help

Heartworm Disease, Overview & Help

A Short Primmer on Heartworm Disease Canine Heartworm disease, otherwise known by its medical name – Dirofilaria immitis – is basically a worm/parasite infestation issue that is most often transmitted from dog to dog by a mosquito. Those...
Ricky, Another Humane Society Mange Recovery Story

Ricky, Another Humane Society Mange Recovery Story

Ricky and Holistic Support for Mange Recovery Ricky was sitting at the county shelter with a serious case of mange. Collin County Humane Society scooped him up quickly from the dangerous shelter and he is in foster care. He has been given his daily supplements from...
Mange Problems in Dogs or Cats

Mange Problems in Dogs or Cats

Answers & Help for Dogs or Cats with Mange Problems Mange problems, whether dog or cat (or other companion pet), have the potential to become a serious health issue. Though different types, these are all parasite issues involving various varieties of MITES...
Sam, a Golden Previously Troubled by Hot Spots

Sam, a Golden Previously Troubled by Hot Spots

Sam’s Issues: Hot Spots, Skin Problems July 14, 2001. We are the owners of one of the most beautiful Golden Retrievers that God has ever made. He is four years old and every time we take him out in public we get congratulatory remarks from strangers on what a...
Cookie: Horse Health Issues and Recovery

Cookie: Horse Health Issues and Recovery

Mixed-Breed Pony had Chronic Cough, Lethargy and Kidney Trouble We had purchased Cookie, a mixed breed older pony, for my two small children. We knew she had heaves, a chronic cough & breathing problem (similar to emphysema in humans) when we looked at her to...
Duke, Doberman had Suffered with Wobblers Syndrome

Duke, Doberman had Suffered with Wobblers Syndrome

DOBERMAN DOG finds Help for Wobblers Syndrome My deaf Doberman, Duke, has had one prior episode of Wobblers syndrome a few months back (2006) in which he exhibited symptoms. After using Prednisone for about 7 days, he eventually was back to normal. Then came 2 weeks...
Lab Mix LILY: Hip Dysplasia & Poor Mobility

Lab Mix LILY: Hip Dysplasia & Poor Mobility

Hip Problems & Compromised Mobility Troubles December 3, 2012 This last February, Lily, my seven-year-old Lab/mix began showing signs of what I expected to be hip dysplasia. It came on very suddenly. She began walking slowly with her head down and not wanting to...
Nzymes Reviews: See What Customers Have to Say

Nzymes Reviews: See What Customers Have to Say

Shopper-Approved.com Has Collected nearly 33,000 Nzymes Reviews Customer Reviews are collected upon checkout – 96% being 4 or 5 Star Reviews CUSTOMER REVIEWS NOTE: A few ‘customer reviews’ are displayed below – in ‘auto rotating’...
VIDEO Examples: NZYMES vs. Dog Health Challenges

VIDEO Examples: NZYMES vs. Dog Health Challenges

This Page can Provide Visitors a Quick Glimpse of NZYMES in Action Links to above referenced Natural Recovery Stories: LILLY – Mixed-breed dog – Paralysis, Disc-disease/Back Degeneration Problems LILY J – Mixed-breed dog: Mobility Discomfort, Hip...
NZYMES and Cat Health:

NZYMES and Cat Health:

Visualizing: Live-Nutrition & Natural Supplements vs. Cat Health Issues   NZYMES® – Nutrition and Resources to Support Cat Health Our cats provide love, joy, and comfort to us simply because they exist – they become a part of our home and heart in mere...
NZYMES and Horse Health:

NZYMES and Horse Health:

NZYMES®, and the Impact of Live-Nutrition At NZYMES®, we love horses! We are committed to helping people with the good health and mobility of their Equine friends. And though we are most known for our work with dogs, cats and companion animals we want you to know how...
Apache, no more Coprophagia for this Dalmatian

Apache, no more Coprophagia for this Dalmatian

Dalmatian Dog had Stool Eating Habit and Anal Gland Problems I ordered NZYMES® Sprouted Granules late last summer, and honestly didn’t notice much change in Apache, until I ran out! Now that I look back, I realize that gradually Apache had stopped lurching...
Coprophagia in Dogs, or Stool-Eating

Coprophagia in Dogs, or Stool-Eating

Why Dogs Turn to Coprophagia (Consuming Feces) Although Coprophagy in dogs during fall and winter is more prevalent, this unsightly habit of stool eating is rather natural and fairly common. It’s also likely a practice that is a hold-over from prehistoric times...
Linda Arndt, on Nutrition and Enzymes

Linda Arndt, on Nutrition and Enzymes

Canine Nutritional Advisor Linda Arndt, Endorses NZYMES® I am a strong believer in the value of proper nutrition and enzymes. More importantly, the use of antioxidant enzymes in the diet for my animals. When animals are under stress (chemical, trauma, infectious,...
UTI and Urinary Troubles with Cats

UTI and Urinary Troubles with Cats

Help & Direction for Urinary Crystals & UTI Issues with Cats Urinary problems in cats, or urinary tract infections, are painful and dangerous conditions that may create blockages which may restrict and eventually prevent the release of urine. The continued...
NZYMES Recommended Pet Foods

NZYMES Recommended Pet Foods

Protect your Pet by Using Better Quality Foods There are several good reasons for examining the NZYMES Recommended Pet Foods listing.  Choosing the right food for your pet can make a really significant difference in the quality of life for your dog or cat.  Maybe not...
Dealing with Excessive Shedding in Cats

Dealing with Excessive Shedding in Cats

Easy Solution for Too Much Cat Shedding Shedding in cats is a normal process. It is how they lose their dead hair. However, too much shedding in cats can be highly indicative of poor health quality of the hair follicle itself. And so, excessive shedding, however, is...
Skin Problems in Cats – What to Do

Skin Problems in Cats – What to Do

A Natural Approach to Dealing with Skin Problems in Cats Cats, just like dogs, are susceptible to itchy skin issues. Cat skin problems can most often be attributed to a nutritional dysfunction in their bodies due to the poorer foods and treats which use too many...
Degraded Joint Health and Mobility in Cats

Degraded Joint Health and Mobility in Cats

Natural Help for a Cat’s Achy or Stiff Joints & Improving Mobility Does your cat appear to be limping? Is he or she slowing down and not jumping up on the counters like they used to? Is it taking them longer to get up from their naps? Though achy or stiff...
Cat Hairball Problems

Cat Hairball Problems

Reducing Feline Hairball Issues with Natural Digestive Support How NZYMES can be Helpful… Cat Hairball Problems? Don’t fret… with NZYMES® Antioxidants, your hairball problems can be history sooner than you might think!! Hairballs are a very common...
Siberian Husky had Suffered with Pemphigus

Siberian Husky had Suffered with Pemphigus

Storm, Siberian Husky gets Help for Pemphigus Issue July 25, 2009 When we took Storm to the vet for the skin issue, the vet said Storm had a pemphigus type skin disorder, probably caused by vaccinosis (toxins in vaccinations) that would require the life-long...
All About Enzymes: How Important Are They?

All About Enzymes: How Important Are They?

Enzymes and their Importance to Everyday Health… NOTE:  NZYMES – our Brand name – is pronounced ‘enzymes‘; this is because our products are all about enzymes, what they do in the body, and their tremendous importance to the everyday...
Slow Recovery Time in Horses

Slow Recovery Time in Horses

Natural Improvement for Horse Recovery Time Are you seeking help for slow recovery time in Horses? There are several circumstances which can impose significant stress and recovery issues for your horse.  Situations such as giving birth, exertion, endurance, and injury...
Melanomas in Horses

Melanomas in Horses

Is Natural Help Effective for Melanomas in Horses? Horse with melanomas keeping you worried? Melanomas are cancerous growths on the skin and are a fairly common issue with Gray or White Horses, as they normally spend a great deal of time in the sun. As with humans,...
Navicular Problems in Horses

Navicular Problems in Horses

Navicular Issues in Horses Navicular problems in horses are the most common cause of their lameness.  Did you know that the navicular bone, located at the navicular area of the horse’s hoof, plays a major role in the overall health of the hoof and of the whole horse?...
Cedar, Dog now Free of Too Much Itching

Cedar, Dog now Free of Too Much Itching

Cedar’s Issues:  Constant Itching and Scratching Cedar itched constantly from the day we brought her home at 7 months almost three years ago. We tried everything under the sun, from homeopathy to some nutritional changes to topical applications and colloidal...
Allergies in Dogs, What to Consider

Allergies in Dogs, What to Consider

What to Know about Allergies in Dogs Does your Dog Experience These Symptoms? Warm Weather Flare Ups (summer “allergies”) Itchy Skin and Paws Excessive Licking and Scratching Serious or Minor Hair Loss Issues Hot Spots (some cases) Ear Infections (some...
Dog Pneumonia – Natural, Effective Help Option

Dog Pneumonia – Natural, Effective Help Option

Dog Pneumonia Information & Overview If your dog has been diagnosed with any form of pneumonia you will certainly want to deal with the issue immediately; no time to waste. Depending on the severity of the problem, the prognosis could vary from ‘fairly...
– Canine Oral Papilloma Warts & COPV

– Canine Oral Papilloma Warts & COPV

Oral Growths or Papilloma Warts in Dogs Canine Oral Papilloma Warts, associated with COPV, are characterized by cauliflower-shaped growths within or around the mouth of the dog; but, they can occasionally develop on the skin and around the face as well. These...
Abby, Golden Retriever beats Hip Dysplasia Troubles

Abby, Golden Retriever beats Hip Dysplasia Troubles

Issue: Disabling Discomfort Associated with Hip Dysplasia My family and I got Abby, our Golden Retriever, as a puppy straight from her parents. At 8 months old, she started limping. At first, I thought she had hurt her leg. After a few days, the limping got worse so...
Bella: Pomeranian-Mix Paralysis Recovery

Bella: Pomeranian-Mix Paralysis Recovery

See Bella Run & Play again After Back Injury & Paralysis When it comes to dog paralysis issues and recovery challenges, NZYMES is at the forefront of helping people to help their precious pets. We have much evidence to indicate typical results seen,...
Canine Hip Dysplasia Overview

Canine Hip Dysplasia Overview

A Brief Overview of Hip Dysplasia in Dogs Affecting a fair percentage of dogs, hip dysplasia (sometimes referred to as ‘loose hips’) is a developmental malformation or subluxation of the hip joints, eventually resulting in Arthritic issues. Quite often,...
– Dog Paralysis Help Options

– Dog Paralysis Help Options

Help Alternatives for Dog Paralysis – Effective Options It is easy to see that Paralysis issues with dogs are one of the more common challenges facing pet parents these days, as people are coming to NZYMES® for such help on a near-daily basis.  And, there is a...
Euthanize Dog Over Joint Health, Really?

Euthanize Dog Over Joint Health, Really?

Cody, Great Dane & Seriously Degraded Joint Health The very first time I used the NZYMES® Granules was with a 4-year-old Dane. She was so frail from serious joint discomfort (arthritis?) that I actually set up an appointment to have her put to sleep. At the time,...
– Arthritis in Dogs, Calming Discomfort

– Arthritis in Dogs, Calming Discomfort

Natural Help Options for Arthritis in Dogs Arthritis in dogs is a degenerative joint condition that involves pain and inflammation of one or more joints. Research shows that one in five dogs will develop arthritis, and many breeds develop it at a much younger age than...
No Magic Bullet for Dog Skin Problems

No Magic Bullet for Dog Skin Problems

Got a dog with skin problems? Don’t expect to find a “Magic Bullet” Does your dog itch? Is he scratching, biting, licking or chewing? Is there hair loss, odor, blackening skin problems or ear infections? Have you been led to believe that this is all allergy related?...
Phone Support – for OTHER Health Issues

Phone Support – for OTHER Health Issues

Offer of Available Phone Support & Help While our previous website had tremendously greater content – in covering ailments and issues that might only affect a limited number of pets or horses, or maybe even people, much of that content or ‘written...
Protecting your Pet from Holiday Pet Dangers

Protecting your Pet from Holiday Pet Dangers

Awareness is Key to Securing a Home from Holiday Pet Dangers This article on “Holiday Pet Dangers” is offered to enlighten and increase awareness – so that people can enjoy increased safety for their precious pets during holiday seasons. So, as the...
Why Give Your Dog Apple Cider Vinegar

Why Give Your Dog Apple Cider Vinegar

Overview: Benefits of Giving Your Dog Apple Cider Vinegar Why give your dog apple cider vinegar? Surely we have all heard the old saying, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away”. This could well have a lot of merits. Apples are among the most health-giving...
Bacchus – Great Dane Puppy Acne

Bacchus – Great Dane Puppy Acne

Great Dane Dog – and Puppy Acne Problems When Bacchus, our Great Dane puppy, was a few months old he had puppy pimples. It really wasn’t too bad in the beginning. But, as he got older it just got worse. He was covered from head to toe!! It was so bad; you...
Wobblers Syndrome in Dogs

Wobblers Syndrome in Dogs

Understanding Wobblers and What You Can do About It What is Wobblers? Wobblers syndrome in dogs is an issue that mainly affects large and giant breeds.  It is a compression or slippage of the discs in the spine that results in neck pain and mobility issues – sometimes...
Chronic Ear Infections in Dogs

Chronic Ear Infections in Dogs

Answers to Repeating, Yeasty Ear Infections in Dogs Since NZYMES began operations in 1999, we’ve had thousands of clients contact us regarding chronic ear infections in dogs. It has been our experience that the vast majority of these cases have not been simple issues,...
Sophie: Black Lab had Skin Blackening Problem

Sophie: Black Lab had Skin Blackening Problem

Problems: Itching, Blackened Elephant Skin, Yeast Infection We had tried all the vet recommendations, from prescription food, daily baths, steroids, etc. Nothing worked for her blackened skin, itching & other symptoms. We thought we were going to have to put her...
Natural Solutions for a Dog’s Itchy Skin

Natural Solutions for a Dog’s Itchy Skin

Itchy Dog, Too much Scratching? Get Help, Win the Battle! Itch, scratch, repeat. Seems like an endless road, right?. You might think “Fleas”, but you don’t find any, and are sure the dog is flea-protected. So, what else could be going on? Sometimes...
Urinary Incontinence in Dogs

Urinary Incontinence in Dogs

Causes and Diagnosis Factors Related to Incontinence It’s common to experience urinary incontinence related to aging or tied to a particular disease or condition. Dogs are no exception. To be healthy and live a good life, a healthy and properly working bladder...
Biscut, American Eskimo with Seizure History

Biscut, American Eskimo with Seizure History

Biscut Overcomes Seizures & Shedding, & Lives 19 Years Biscut was a lively and adorable little dog that is remembered fondly by all of us in the Nzymes family. She belonged to my uncle Stan, who along with his brother (and my grandfather) Tom, started this...
Can Dog Warts Spread, are they Contagious?

Can Dog Warts Spread, are they Contagious?

Via Saliva, ‘Oral Papilloma Warts’ Can be Very Contagious Most of us have a good idea what warts look like, at least on the skin, with those mostly flat, raised and somewhat hard bumps; many of us have experienced one or more of these small growths.  But...
Causes of Diarrhea in Dogs You Might Not Know

Causes of Diarrhea in Dogs You Might Not Know

Diarrhea in Dogs – The Typical Causes PREFACE: On the subject of ‘diarrhea in dogs’, it would be normal to assume that every dog is going to have diarrhea sometimes, right? This issue is not a shocker – but it can sometimes become a problem. Diarrhea...
A Personal Note About Dog Shedding

A Personal Note About Dog Shedding

Dog shedding has undoubtedly become an accepted inconvenience for many pet parents. Normal, busy lives do not usually accommodate the amount of time required to keep the evidence of shedding from taking over everything in our homes. Couches, clothes, floors and chairs...
What is Leaky Gut Syndrome?

What is Leaky Gut Syndrome?

What it means – Leaky-Gut in Pets If you are reading this, chances are you may not know what leaky gut syndrome in dogs is – but there’s a good chance you already know it’s as gross as it sounds and has likely found this page by discretely Googling diarrhea,...
Is Your Dog Happy?

Is Your Dog Happy?

How You Might Contribute – or Not Everyone wants a healthy dog – but how would you know? Is your dog happy? We have any number of tests and measures to help you determine the health of a dog; but – just like people – happiness also plays a key role...
Dog Bloat & Torsion Problems

Dog Bloat & Torsion Problems

Facts on Twisted Stomach/GDV in Dogs Bloat can be a funny word sometimes – but there is nothing funny about bloat when it comes to dogs – this issue in dogs is downright scary and must be addressed immediately and properly. Dog bloat, twisted stomach and stomach...
Kibble Dog Food With Glucosamine – Is It Enough?

Kibble Dog Food With Glucosamine – Is It Enough?

We’ve all seen the commercials: Happy dogs, eating fancy foods with fancy labels that promote how this particular kibble dog food helps to maintain healthy joint function and/or alleviate joint pain. “Our quality dog food is amazing and contains a high...
A Few Helpful Tips on Picking a Dog Groomer

A Few Helpful Tips on Picking a Dog Groomer

Pet Grooming Tips Picking a dog groomer is a lot like choosing your dog’s sitter – for most of us pet parents that means Operation Interrogation. We have lots of questions and just because a groomer has been recommended by your neighbors or friends doesn’t...
Dog Ear Infections

Dog Ear Infections

Most dogs will suffer from an itchy, awful ear infection at least once in their lifetime. As good caretakers of our pets it’s our responsibility to be informed and to know what to look for in order to head off these painful and annoying infections. Since dog ear...
– What is a Systemic Yeast Infection in Dogs?

– What is a Systemic Yeast Infection in Dogs?

Yeast Candida and Fungal Skin Issues in Dogs (or Cats) Early symptoms of Yeast (Candida) taking control of the Gut are not so obvious; it’s mostly about itching/scratching, and too much licking at feet or legs (maybe some chewing involved). If things are allowed...
10 Facts About the Dog Flu

10 Facts About the Dog Flu

Things you may need to know – if you suspect ‘Dog Flu’ Most dog owners have heard of the canine influenza virus, but here are a few quick facts about the dog flu that are helpful for every dog parent to know. 1. What is the dog flu? The “dog...
7 Ways to Prevent Digestive Disorders in Dogs

7 Ways to Prevent Digestive Disorders in Dogs

Some Healthy Habits to Keep Your Dog Free of Digestive Issues Digestive disorders in dogs can range from serious to just stinky and it is widely agreed that it’s best to avoid all of them. All creatures, big and small, will experience some level of digestive...
Australian Shepherd with Hip Dysplasia?

Australian Shepherd with Hip Dysplasia?

Hip Dysplasia and Herding-Breed Dogs Are you surprised to see your Aussie, Border Collie or similar breed starting to struggle with his hips? You’re not alone.  While the Australian Shepherd is generally a very healthy breed of dog, hip dysplasia is, unfortunately, a...
3 Healthy Habits to Reduce Dog Shedding

3 Healthy Habits to Reduce Dog Shedding

I can’t imagine shedding hair the way some dogs do. Imagine how awkward would it be to go over to a new friend’s home and have my hair start falling out everywhere. How embarrassing. And yet some dogs – through no fault of their own – face this...
4 Do’s and Don’ts at the Doggy Park

4 Do’s and Don’ts at the Doggy Park

A Few Doggy Park Rules… I am so excited to meet the new dog in my life… I don’t have him or her yet, but I’m already getting prepared: picking out doggy bowls, researching the best foods for my new friend and looking up nearby dog parks – and there are a bunch...
4 Common Causes of Canine Paralysis

4 Common Causes of Canine Paralysis

If your child developed paralysis it would be heart breaking. So, as doggy parents, getting a diagnosis of canine paralysis is equally devastating information… but it’s perfectly possible for most dogs to survive this difficult condition with a little extra help from...
Does Your Dog Smell Like Fritos?

Does Your Dog Smell Like Fritos?

Not nuts about your dog smelling like Fritos? I love Fritos. You know – those salty, crunchy, corn chips – perfect for every occasion.  I believe Fritos are what God intended when he made corn (and I suspect the Mayans would have discovered the Frito long ago...
The Reverse Sneeze: Don’t Freak Out Just Yet

The Reverse Sneeze: Don’t Freak Out Just Yet

To Sneeze, or Not to Sneeze It may sound like your dog is choking, can’t breathe or having an asthma attack… but don’t panic – it could be a fairly common phenomenon… the reverse sneeze. For some dogs this can actually be a normal part of life, much like normal...
Is Yeast Free Dog Food The Answer?

Is Yeast Free Dog Food The Answer?

Hearing recommendations that your dog needs ‘yeast free’ dog food? You’ve recently figured out that your dog is battling a yeast infection. You know that diet is a key factor in getting this problem under control –so now the hunt begins to find a...
A Dose of Nutrition to Fight Dog Arthritis

A Dose of Nutrition to Fight Dog Arthritis

Healthy Eats that May Kill the Creaks A Little Super-Nutrition Daily Can Help the Fight with Dog Arthritis! In this age of wonder drugs, it’s no wonder good ole real nutrition is becoming less available and more unpopular. It’s downright inconvenient to hunt for live...
3 Things to Consider about Hip Dysplasia in Dogs

3 Things to Consider about Hip Dysplasia in Dogs

Canine Hip Dysplasia, Further Info & Considerations Hip dysplasia with dogs can be a devastating diagnosis; no two ways about it. You witness your dog experiencing discomfort, and the options facing you can be scary, often ineffective and possibly quite...
Skin Blackening in Dogs

Skin Blackening in Dogs

Is your Dog Troubled by Skin Turning Black? Noah was a young Pit Bull-Mastiff mix with perfect pink skin and a healthy looking coat. At 2 years of age, after a routine trip to the vet for vaccination shots, he began to develop a patch of blackened skin. The vet tested...
A Pair of Beagle Stories on Dog Hip Pain & Immobility

A Pair of Beagle Stories on Dog Hip Pain & Immobility

Nzymes Reviews: Pair of Beagle Dogs Overcoming Hip Pain NOTE:  Every day, NZYMES® receives many ultra-short stories of success that are a bit too short to create a complete success-story page.  So, provided below are a PAIR of such items – both about Beagles...
5 Ways to Approach Arthritis Concerns in Dogs

5 Ways to Approach Arthritis Concerns in Dogs

Other Factors to Consider with Dog Arthritis Concerns Arthritis in dogs is an all too common ailment. Many pet parents have resigned themselves to the fact that arthritis, and its debilitating impact, are just part of a dog’s life. While there are some forms of...
5 Myths About Dog Allergies

5 Myths About Dog Allergies

Has Your dog been “Diagnosed” with Allergies?  Print this page Welcome to the club. According to many recent polls, “dog allergies” is the most frequent ailment diagnosis heard from local veterinarians in our modern times. Yet, why would so...
Bordetella Vaccine – All It’s Coughed Up To Be?

Bordetella Vaccine – All It’s Coughed Up To Be?

Evaluation Discussion on the Bordetella Vaccine It seems like sharing an opinion about vaccines these days is like talking about politics or religion… with your in-laws… on the first day of a week-long visit. Bad idea. Yet here I am, starting a discussion. Only it’s...
Top 5 Homemade Remedies for Kennel Cough Symptoms

Top 5 Homemade Remedies for Kennel Cough Symptoms

5 Ways to Soothe Kennel Cough Symptoms Kennel cough in dogs is often referred to as Bordetella or Bordetellosis, and can be easily compared to the “common cold” in people: it’s pretty contagious, rarely fatal and is usually out of the system in a number...
Biggles, a Dachshund had Digestive Problems

Biggles, a Dachshund had Digestive Problems

Health Problem:  Eating/Digestive Disorder, Coprophagia Biggles was 2 years old when I adopted him from a shelter. There was a connection made when we saw each other and I believed he would be a great friend. I started him on Bifidus, a probiotic, and It took 3 weeks...
Coonhound Syndrome in Dogs

Coonhound Syndrome in Dogs

Coonhound Paralysis is Another Name for Coonhound Syndrome Because it can quickly render a dog paralyzed, with little or no movement capability. Coonhound syndrome (acute polyradical neuritis) can be a quick acting and devastating Immobilizer when dogs fall prey to...
Canine Intervertebral Disc Disease, or IVDD

Canine Intervertebral Disc Disease, or IVDD

Disc Disease (DDD) & Dogs versus Humans Dogs have a vertebral column and intervertebral discs very much like humans, except for orientation. Therefore, the disease or “wear and tear” processes that affect spinal discs have some important differences...
Urine Crystals and Dog Urinary Problems

Urine Crystals and Dog Urinary Problems

Dog Urinary Health, Urine Crystals, and Stones Crystals forming in the bladder can create minor or major problems with your dog – as they have the capability to block urine flow either partially or completely. And, common causative factors include overly high...
Diesel, Great Dane with Loose Stools Trouble

Diesel, Great Dane with Loose Stools Trouble

Problem – Loose Stools with Great Dane I send out a “Big Thank You” to Lyn Richards at doglogic.com and others of you who reinforced her recommendation of Back to Basics Pet Food and the NZYMES® Antioxidant Treats for Diesel to help with his loose...
Is your pet an Nzymes pet?

Is your pet an Nzymes pet?

If Not, He or She Certainly Should Be! Enzymes are the ‘essence of life’, and serve to provide vast variety of functions inside living organisms. They are needed for signal transduction (this is when something outside the cell, in this case, the enzyme,...
Chauncey, Siamese Cat had Hairballs and Shedding

Chauncey, Siamese Cat had Hairballs and Shedding

Challenges: Hairballs and Shedding For almost three years I have been fighting shedding and hairballs with my cat. He was bringing up large and long hairballs. Honestly, I did not think the NZYMES Antioxidant Treats were going to work, but they worked great. My...
Cataracts in Dogs

Cataracts in Dogs

Helpful Information on Cataracts in Dogs Cataracts in dogs, cats or other companion pets is a fairly common problem with the eyes. Cataracts can result from a variety of different causes and may affect all breeds and ages of pets, although some breeds are more prone...
Bulldog Emmet overcomes Dog Pneumonia

Bulldog Emmet overcomes Dog Pneumonia

Emmet’s Respiratory Problem:  Dog Pneumonia Two months ago we brought our new Bulldog puppy home with us. That day, we noticed right away that something wasn’t right with him. Besides green mucus coming from his nose, he sounded horribly congested. We...
Vizsla Dog gets rid of Skin Problems

Vizsla Dog gets rid of Skin Problems

Vizsla Dog Gets Rid of Skin Problems Vizsla Dog gets rid of Skin Problems? You better believe it! Here at NZYMES® we help people find natural solutions to dog skin problems every day! If you own a Vizsla, we put this testimonial up just for you! Take a look at what J....
Is it Cruel to Keep Dogs as “Pets”?

Is it Cruel to Keep Dogs as “Pets”?

A “Rebuttal” to an Article on ‘HubPage.com’ (per the Link below) So… I recently stumbled upon someone’s article that caught my eye: “Why It’s Cruel to Keep Dogs as ‘Pets” If you haven’t read it, let me...
Back & Spinal Problems in Dogs

Back & Spinal Problems in Dogs

Introductory Discussion There are numerous ways in which a dog can be injured in or around the critical spinal area, whether neck region or back regions such as Thoracic or Lumbar. And, many injury types can end up being more debilitating than others. Depending on...
Anemia in Dogs

Anemia in Dogs

NZYMES Versus Anemia Issues in Dogs Anemia in Dogs is a rare but often ‘life threatening’ condition which is all about a low red blood cell count. This can come about from several different reasons, which may include loss of blood, the destruction of the...
Bloody Diarrhea in Dogs

Bloody Diarrhea in Dogs

What to do about Bloody Diarrhea in Dogs Bloody diarrhea in dogs can be a serious concern, and you should take the pet to the vet as soon as possible for a proper professional assessment. Depending on the actual issue, it may not be good to waste time. There can be...
DERMATITIS IN DOGS

DERMATITIS IN DOGS

Increase Your Understanding about Dermatitis in Dogs Dermatitis is the term for a variety of inflammatory skin conditions that can have serious negative affect the overall health of your dog. It can be a temporary or chronic (repetitive) condition that can affect the...
Sophia – A Dog with too much Shedding

Sophia – A Dog with too much Shedding

Basset Hound Problem: Dogs Excessive Shedding After trying your product on our Basset Hound my husband and I had to send our story in! We have two dogs, a female basset hound named Sophia and a male long-haired Dachshund named Stitch. Since Stitch is long-haired, you...
Penny, a Vizsla Dog and Kennel Cough Recovery

Penny, a Vizsla Dog and Kennel Cough Recovery

Problem: Kennel Cough & Respiratory Distress Two weeks ago, my wife and I adopted Penny, a two-year-old Vizsla Lab mix from our local humane society. On the day we started the adoption process, we were told that she had a kennel cough. Due to an administrative...
Homeless Animals & Winter – Keeping Them Safe

Homeless Animals & Winter – Keeping Them Safe

Stray Pets vs. the Challenging Cold of Winter “I hate that there are so many cold, stray animals, but what can I do about it?”   A little help can go a long way There are around 70 million stray dogs & cats in the U.S. at any given time. That is five...
Kidney Problems in Dogs

Kidney Problems in Dogs

Health Concerns with Kidneys of the Dog Kidney failure, or Chronic Renal Failure, is most often seen in the older dog or cat and may be caused by a wide variety of issues. Causes range from being born with poorly functioning kidneys to the accidental ingestion of...
Hepatitis in Dogs

Hepatitis in Dogs

How NZYMES can Support or Aid with Hepatitis Challenges Hepatitis in dogs:  This is a disorder that involves inflammation of the liver, and is common to many animals, as well as humans. Hepatitis in dogs is caused by the virus CAV-1 which is not one that is infectious...
Vaccine Reactions in Dogs

Vaccine Reactions in Dogs

Unwanted Reactions to Vaccinations in Dogs Vaccinosis is the general name for chronic disease caused by vaccines. There can be many symptoms from vaccines including seizures, fever, lethargy, hypertrophic dystrophy (bone pain), & muscle aches. In extreme cases,...
Baya, Chihuahua Dog Overcoming Seizures

Baya, Chihuahua Dog Overcoming Seizures

Concern: Small Dog Having Seizures – Needed Help Around February, our little Chihuahua had some type of seizure that was a mystery to us. About 2 weeks after this, she had another one – much more severe. At the time, we thought she was choking and ran her...
Aging in Cats

Aging in Cats

Aging in Cats: This is one of those unavoidable parts of life we all wish we could better control. For your precious pet, getting older is not a lot different than it is for people. Depending on the breed, ‘Old age’ symptoms can begin as soon as 6-8 years...
Zelda-Mae, Overcoming Wobblers

Zelda-Mae, Overcoming Wobblers

Great Dane Challenges: Wobblers, Paralysis, Jaw Surgery Zelda Mae, our 4-1/2-year-old blue Great Dane, was diagnosed in May with Cervical Vertebrae Instability or Wobblers. She was in extreme discomfort, which was being managed through steroid injections and now...
Jozie, a Bichon Frise Overcomes Sudden-onset Paralysis

Jozie, a Bichon Frise Overcomes Sudden-onset Paralysis

Jozie’s Story: Severe Paralysis & Loss of Bladder Control First, I would like to personally thank you and Linda Arndt for your professional and friendly service. The phone calls and emails of concern for my dog, Jozie, really touched my heart as well as...
Koly, Min-Pin & Marked Mobility Loss

Koly, Min-Pin & Marked Mobility Loss

Problems: Mobility Loss, Possible Arthritis or Spinal Issues Our 18-year-old Miniature Pinscher, Koly, has been part of our family for a very long time. We love him dearly and were very concerned as he started aging quickly in his later years. He became immobile and...
Liver Damage in Dogs

Liver Damage in Dogs

Overview of Issues Involving Dogs Affected by Liver Damage Liver “damage” is a frequent result of repeated use of common medications such as Rimadyl, Prednisone or others like them. At NZYMES, for over two decades, we have seen many dozens of situations...
Cassi – Dachshund wins Blackened Skin Battle

Cassi – Dachshund wins Blackened Skin Battle

Health Issues: Yeasty Ears/Skin & Blackened Skin Cassi, our Miniature Dachshund, had no problems during the first two years of her life. Initially, she had some hair loss on her legs and had infected yeasty ears. They began to look purplish-red in color, and they...
Lethargy in Dogs

Lethargy in Dogs

Help for Dogs that have Lost their Vitality or ‘Get Up and Go’ Lethargic behavior in animals, including dogs (or horses), can often be attributed to elements missing in the diet. The lack of energy, listlessness, sluggishness, laziness, or similar symptoms...
Pit Bull Overcomes Dog Seizures & More

Pit Bull Overcomes Dog Seizures & More

Murphy’s Issues: Dog Seizures + Cancer Issues I am writing to thank you from the bottom of my heart for the wonderful product you have created with NZYMES®. The difference in my dog, Murphy, is amazing. Here is his story: Life started out quite bumpy for Murphy....
Bernese Mountain Dog, ACL Surgery/Recovery

Bernese Mountain Dog, ACL Surgery/Recovery

Dog Torn Ligament Recovery Dog torn ligament issues can really make life hard, especially for a Bernese Mountain Dog, like Griffen. Fortunately for Griffen Charles Baker from Marlton, NJ found our website, and got him started on the road to recovery! Check out what...
Harlequin Dane – Vaccine Reaction & Recovery

Harlequin Dane – Vaccine Reaction & Recovery

Willow’s Issues: Vaccine Reaction, Vomiting, Diarrhea My four-month-old female Harlequin Great Dane, Willow, had a reaction to her 15th-week vaccinations. Following the shots, she ran a low-grade fever (vaccine reaction), threw up her breakfast and had a case of...
Brittany Spaniel and Vaccine Reactions

Brittany Spaniel and Vaccine Reactions

Copper’s Issues:  Vaccine Reactions, Limping, Lethargy We got Copper on May 3rd from the Irvine Animal Care Center. They estimated that Copper was two years old. On April 30th, he had been given the following vaccinations/medications: • DHLPP • Corona •...
Trinket & Gray Horse Melanomas

Trinket & Gray Horse Melanomas

Trinket’s Recovery Saga by Rachel Kitts I was hired as a caretaker for Trinket, a 15-year-old gray Arabian mare. One very common problem for gray Arabians is the development of skin melanomas and Trinket was no different, she had numerous melanomas all over her...
Eye Infections in Dogs

Eye Infections in Dogs

Eye Infection Assessment or Help NOTE: Before continuing with the information of this page, it is important to consider that the majority of eye infection issues with dogs may be just a symptom of a much greater problem. If you see other symptoms  such as –...
Sampson, Lame Horse with Muscle Atrophy

Sampson, Lame Horse with Muscle Atrophy

Arabian Horse Survives Starvation, Weight Loss, Atrophy, & Lameness As the owner of a horse rescue organization here in California, I see some horrible cases. One such case was an Arabian by the name of Sampson, which we rescued. To be kind and to avoid shocking...
Pekingese Dog & Back Problems

Pekingese Dog & Back Problems

Pekingese With Back Problems & Rear-leg Lameness My Pekingese, Maggie, is 5 years old. Within 2 months time, she began having trouble with weakness in her back end. My previous Pekingese, Gizmo, had had the same trouble. After taking Maggie to the vet and her...
Recovery Story, Dog Cough and Runny Nose

Recovery Story, Dog Cough and Runny Nose

Sadie & Baby, Respiratory Issues:  Dog-Cough, Runny Nose Our two Chihuahua’s, Sadie (4 years.) and Baby (2 years), came down with a dog cough. Their noses were runny and they would start wheezing and then gag. Sadie was worse than the Baby. I ordered the...
Alf Ralph – Overcomes Yeasty Skin Symptoms

Alf Ralph – Overcomes Yeasty Skin Symptoms

Symptoms: Itchy Skin/feet, Hair Loss, Discolored Skin, Weight Loss Around late October, we started to notice our Great Pyrenees, Alf Ralph, was developing yeasty skin symptoms on his belly and legs. After consulting with the vet I was given a two-week supply of...
Cuts, Wounds & Bites in Dogs

Cuts, Wounds & Bites in Dogs

Healing Support: Cuts, Bite Wounds, or Other Wounds/injury Cuts, Wounds or Bites in dogs can happen at any time. Whether it be an accident, or tangling with another animal, such an injury can be threatening, and you certainly want to do what you can to help your...
Clouseau, had Diarrhea and Cryptosporidium Issues

Clouseau, had Diarrhea and Cryptosporidium Issues

Poodle, Gets Clear of Diarrhea and Cryptosporidium Clouseau began having bouts of diarrhea soon after we picked him up as a puppy. Initially, the vet thought he needed a change of food to the Hills Prescription Diet they sold. After reading the ingredients, I rejected...
Lacy, A Shepherd Hip Dysplasia Story

Lacy, A Shepherd Hip Dysplasia Story

German Shepherd Hip Dysplasia – a Happy Ending At the end of August, we noticed that our 7-year-old German Shepherd would cry out whenever she got up. All of a sudden her behavior changed. She did not walk up the stairs, she would not jump in the car, was she...
Goldie, a Doberman with Urinary Leaking Resolved

Goldie, a Doberman with Urinary Leaking Resolved

Problems: Incontinence, Chronic Eye Infection I have a beautiful 9-year-old Doberman Pinscher named Goldie. Goldie has been suffering from incontinence (urinary leaking) since she was spayed 8 years ago. Goldie would leak all over the rug, on the floor, in her bed...
HOD in Dogs, a Growth Disorder

HOD in Dogs, a Growth Disorder

Hypertrophic OsteoDystrophy, or HOD Trouble in Dogs HOD in dogs: HOD is the abbreviation for Hypertrophic Osteodystrophy, which is just one of several developmental orthopedic diseases or issues affecting dogs in our modern times, which is likely not an issue...
Abby, a Chihuahua Overcomes Dog Pneumonia Challenges

Abby, a Chihuahua Overcomes Dog Pneumonia Challenges

Health Concerns with Abby:  Dog Pneumonia I purchased Abby while she was sick with a respiratory illness (dog pneumonia). She had been on antibiotics since late December. I took her to my vet, and she was given up to date shots and another antibiotic. She was also...
Basset Hound Mix & Cervical Spine Injury

Basset Hound Mix & Cervical Spine Injury

Brutus, a Mixed-Breed Challenged by Cervical Spine Injury & Paralysis Our Brutus has always been a very active dog. He does not know he is a relatively small dog. He is very affectionate and friendly to all humans but definitely wants to be the only dog in our...
Keeshond Kabuki & Stroke Induced Paralysis Recovery

Keeshond Kabuki & Stroke Induced Paralysis Recovery

Dog Health Challenge:  Stroke Induced Paralysis In June our 10-year-old Keeshond named Kabuki was rushed to the Vet with a uterine infection and had emergency surgery to remove the uterus before it burst. At the same time, she had a breast tumor removed and all seemed...
Kira, Beats Navicular Disease Symptoms

Kira, Beats Navicular Disease Symptoms

Quarter Horse Overcomes Navicular & Lameness Issues Kira, my 15-year-old Appendix Quarter horse, came to me when she was 3 years old and I trained her myself. We competed in a local horse show series and came in 3rd at the end of the year in the Schooling Hunter...
Dog Hit by a Truck, and Injury/Recovery Challenges

Dog Hit by a Truck, and Injury/Recovery Challenges

Dharma & Possible Nerve Damage from Injury/Contact with Vehicle On Sunday, January 6th, a large truck struck our 3 1/2-year-old “Dharma”. At that point, we felt sure she was near her last breath so we rushed her to our Vet. She had sustained a head concussion,...
Hoobie: Dogs Skin Problems were Blamed on Allergies

Hoobie: Dogs Skin Problems were Blamed on Allergies

Blamed on Allergies: Sores, Abscesses, Discharge, and Hair Loss Does your dog have bloody sores, abscesses, smelly discharge, and hair loss? Have these problems been blamed on allergies? This testimonial is all about the kind of work we do here at NZYMES® every day to...
Viral Infections in Dogs

Viral Infections in Dogs

What Can be Done – to Help Your Dog with Viral Challenges Viral infection is the fundamental cause of many ailments or illnesses, such as flu or colds, or more serious issues (in humans) like the example Herpes virus seen to the right. And, getting help to a...
Food Poisoning in Dogs (or Cats)

Food Poisoning in Dogs (or Cats)

Help Options: Should your Dog Suffer a Food Poisoning Event Food poisoning in dogs is likely much rarer than situations in which people may be affected by food poisoning issues. Think about it; our dogs are normally confined to eating pretty much what we give them to...
Ginger, Finally Free of Horrific Dog Skin Problems

Ginger, Finally Free of Horrific Dog Skin Problems

Ginger’s Journey from Horrible Skin & Itchiness to Wellness PARTICULARS Breed:  Mixed Age:  12 years Troubles:  Yeast artifacts – Chronic itching, Skin rash, Skin blackening; Diagnosis – Pyoderma (?) Pictures above:  Illustrate the...
Sushi, Pomeranian & Stiff Joints or Arthritis

Sushi, Pomeranian & Stiff Joints or Arthritis

Problems: Joint Pain, Arthritis, Stiff Joints Sushi is my 11-year-old Pomeranian. Due to her high-breeding, she has had problems with walking correctly her whole life, apparently due to stiff joints or annoying joint pain. As she aged her condition got progressively...
Dreamer, Quarter Horse had Joint Calcification Issue

Dreamer, Quarter Horse had Joint Calcification Issue

Dreamers Issues:  Joint Calcification & Limping In August I purchased a horse named Dreamer. Approximately a month later, I noticed that he had developed a limp, but I did not think much about it because it was not very serious and was not affecting his...
Inis & Dooley, Poodles with Allergies Symptoms

Inis & Dooley, Poodles with Allergies Symptoms

Problems: Itchy Skin, Bleeding Sores, Allergies Symptoms December 12:  At 1.5 years old our standard Poodle, Inis, starting itching her throat, and making it bleed daily. Within weeks she then started scratching the back of her head and over her shoulders. We visited...
Daisy, Pekingese sees Disc Disease Relief

Daisy, Pekingese sees Disc Disease Relief

Pekingese Problems: Degenerative Disc Disease, Disabling Pain My dog Daisy was diagnosed with a narrowing of the spine and disc disease. She also has floating patellas, but her knees have never caused her any discomfort.  Her back, however, was causing her severe pain...
Cosmo: Beagle Overcomes Oral Wart Issues

Cosmo: Beagle Overcomes Oral Wart Issues

Problems: Oral Warts/Growths, or Canine Papillomas My beagle puppy had a growth that started on the outside of his mouth. It grew bigger and bigger until it was the size and texture of a raspberry. The vet took a biopsy for $150.00 and said she wasn’t totally...
Apollo, Rottweiler Wins Oral Warts / COPV Battle

Apollo, Rottweiler Wins Oral Warts / COPV Battle

Problems: Dog Warts, Canine Papillomas (oral warts) My six-month-old Rottweiler, Apollo developed Oral growths. The “dog warts” (oral warts) were growing at an incredible speed and spreading throughout his mouth. I spoke to my vet and scheduled him for...
Duke Says Good Bye to Oral Papilloma Warts

Duke Says Good Bye to Oral Papilloma Warts

Problem: Canine Papilloma Oral Warts These products have truly worked wonders!  Duke had just turned 2 when he began to develop ‘raisin’ size-like warts in and around his mouth. We immediately took him to our vet who sent us home with an antibiotic and a...
Chihuahua with Paralysis, Pinched Nerve

Chihuahua with Paralysis, Pinched Nerve

Pee Wee’s Issues: Pinched Nerve and Paralysis Challenges In October we took our Chihuahua, Pee Wee, to the vet because he was walking unsteady and he could no longer jump on the bed. The diagnosis was a pinched nerve in the back and hip-joint degradation. Our...
Addie, Shepherd-Mix Sheds Oral Papilloma Growths

Addie, Shepherd-Mix Sheds Oral Papilloma Growths

Problems: COPV, Canine Papilloma Warts, Oral Growths The first sign of warts or oral papilloma growths began on March 8th. Addie was about 8 months old. The growth continued to enlarge and then spread to the inside corners of her mouth, to the back of her throat and...
Darby, Getting Free of Papilloma Warts

Darby, Getting Free of Papilloma Warts

Problem: Canine Papilloma Viral Warts, Oral Growths My young dog Darby developed growths in her mouth while attending Doggy Day Care. The vet said this was a relatively new condition that seems to be occurring in young dogs 1 to 2 years old. The vet said there was no...
Abbey, Husky Recovers from Joint Pain

Abbey, Husky Recovers from Joint Pain

Abbey’s Issues:  Joint Pain, Possible Affected Nerve Abbey is my 11-year-old Siberian Husky. About a couple months ago, I noticed Abbey’s back leg was shaking. I kept an eye on it for a couple weeks but she seemed to get worse and I noticed that she...
Morris – Tabby Cat Hit by a Car Recovery Story

Morris – Tabby Cat Hit by a Car Recovery Story

Problem – Cat Hit by a Car, Arthritis Morris is one of four male cats living in our house, he was diagnosed with severe arthritis issues about 2 years ago. He also has a bit of a limp because he was a cat hit by a car, and then taken to the Humane Society, which...
Lobo – Tonkinese Cat Overcomes Hepatitis C

Lobo – Tonkinese Cat Overcomes Hepatitis C

Problem – Feline Hepatitis C, Weight Loss I moved from Vancouver, Washington to Phoenix AZ. I left my two cats up there with my other daughter. However, she decided to move into a house with a fenced yard. Unknown to me, she left the two cats in the apartment...
Hot Spots on Dogs

Hot Spots on Dogs

Hot Spots Resolution Approach May Depend on Other Symptoms What are Hot Spots? Hot spots in dogs can be defined as “moist skin eruptions that can occur anywhere on a dog’s body”. The name is most probably tied to observations that they most generally...
Injury, Surgery and Trauma in Dogs

Injury, Surgery and Trauma in Dogs

Reduce Recovery Time, Improve Outcome Injury or Trauma in dogs is one of the most stressful situations to deal with. When your dog has the misfortune of an injury or suffers the trauma of an accident, it’s important to know that there are special, all-natural...
Savanna, Bulldog Overcomes Serious Skin/Ear Problems

Savanna, Bulldog Overcomes Serious Skin/Ear Problems

Issues: Yeast Infection +Yeasty Ears +Itchy Red & Black Skin I had taken Savanna to her vet 3 times for the same recurring ear infection. She had been on four different antibiotics, along with a bilateral ear pack with another antibiotic and a shot for the pain...
The Importance of Pet Nutrition

The Importance of Pet Nutrition

How Important is My Pet’s Diet, Really? The importance of pet nutrition is often overlooked by pet owners. The myth is that our pets’ bodies sustain themselves on whatever we feed them regardless of the ingredients. They seem to enjoy eating whatever we put in...
Felix and Feline Hepatitis

Felix and Feline Hepatitis

Problem: Diagnosis of Feline Hepatitis A year ago, Felix was diagnosed with feline hepatitis. He was vomiting constantly and was almost put to sleep. He initially responded well to antibiotics and prednisone. He has been on these medications for a year. However, his...
Gas in Dogs

Gas in Dogs

Help for a Stinky Problem with Dogs Gas in dogs can really be a stinker of an issue to deal with. We love our pets… but, at times their flatulence can really mess up the ambiance of our home (or even worse, the vehicle). Though there may be times when an illness...
Clio – Cat Hair Loss and Skin Sores

Clio – Cat Hair Loss and Skin Sores

Problem – Hair Loss, Shedding, Belly Sores, Smelly Bowels Clio began losing fur and having foul smelling bowel movements about 2 years ago. I researched online and found that hair loss in older cats was normal and it said nothing could be done about it. We...
Yoko, Sphinx Cat with Snot Blowing Problem

Yoko, Sphinx Cat with Snot Blowing Problem

Respiratory Issues: Sneezing, Snot Blowing, Runny Eyes in Sphinx We took Yoko in a few months back. She was a breeder-show cat that was being retired. The breeder had let us know that she had a “snot blowing” problem, and she came home with a round of...
Blizzard, a Mess After 4.5 Years of Dog Allergies Treatment

Blizzard, a Mess After 4.5 Years of Dog Allergies Treatment

Problems:  Itchy Red or Blackened Skin, Dog Allergy Treatments             December 2002 Blizzard was a healthy 90-pound, a five-year-old white German shepherd. During this past year, her health started declining dramatically. Her skin had become very itchy and...
Pet Health Versus Diet

Pet Health Versus Diet

How Important is My Dog’s Diet in the Grand Scheme of Things? About a year ago I posted a blog – The Importance Of Pet Nutrition and addressed some of the common misconceptions that pet owners have when it comes to feeding their dog or cat. Today I am...
Kokanee, with Shoulder Injury & Recovery

Kokanee, with Shoulder Injury & Recovery

Problems: Shoulder Injury, Shedding Kokanee is 10.5 Yrs old and he has been on NZYMES® for about 7 months now. He had strained his front shoulder chasing a fox in deep snow about 4 years ago. He was given a steroid shot to help in his recovery but still developed...
Aural Hematoma in Dogs

Aural Hematoma in Dogs

Dogs and Aural Hematoma Concerns For any section of skin under an ear-flap that happens to develop a collection of blood, this is a result (whatever the cause) that is referred to as Aural Hematoma. In simpler terms, this is a form of a blood blister. It can be a...
Hair Loss in Dogs

Hair Loss in Dogs

Various Parameters can be Involved with Hair Loss in Dogs Significant Hair Loss in Dogs has much to do with the health of the skin and hair follicles and is normally tied to much deeper problems. If your dog is experiencing a problem that seems simply like excessive...
Natural Balance Sues Supplier – But No Recall?

Natural Balance Sues Supplier – But No Recall?

Natural Balance sues supplier, H.J. Heinz, for selling them rubber-infested sheep lungs According to the research, I have found, this lawsuit claims “Heinz knew that processed sheep lungs it sold to a pet food company were adulterated with rubber that could choke...
Bone Disorders in Dogs

Bone Disorders in Dogs

Information on Bone & Growth Related Issues in Dogs The most common issue related to bones in dogs has to do with growth and development problems. This is seen this quite frequently in the larger breeds – due to their tendency toward overly rapid or...
FeLV & FIV in Cats

FeLV & FIV in Cats

Feline Leukemia Viral Issues Feline Leukemia Virus is a fairly common viral disease of cats that is transmitted through fluids from other felines. Feline Immunodeficiency Virus is not as common in felines, but is also contagious from cat to cat via bodily fluids...
Smooth-Coat Collie and Seizure Concerns

Smooth-Coat Collie and Seizure Concerns

Jack’s Challenges:  Seizures or Convulsive fits Jack, our smooth coated Collie, was 3 months old when he had his first seizure with us. I took him to the vet and they did some blood tests to rule out liver or other problems that could show up in his blood. The...
Aging in Dogs

Aging in Dogs

Dealing with Aspects of Getting Older… And how they affect your dog, especially related to Mobility & quality of life! Aging in dogs is one of those unavoidable parts of life we all wish we could better control. For your precious pet, getting older is not a...
Anal Gland Problems in Dogs

Anal Gland Problems in Dogs

Dogs and Anal Gland Concerns Anal sacs are scent glands of the dog located just below, to the left and right of the rectum. As a large stool is passed through the rectum, pressure is applied to the sacs forcing a small amount of anal gland secretion to the stool. This...
Asthma in Dogs

Asthma in Dogs

Learn How NZYMES Can Help with Dog Asthma Asthma in dogs, as a chronic, repetitive condition of your pet’s respiratory system, is an ailment that makes normal breathing very difficult for the afflicted dog (or other pet). From time to time, an episode is...
Tigger, Freed from Luxating Patella Disability

Tigger, Freed from Luxating Patella Disability

Problem:  Luxating Patella, or Floating Knee Cap We were first introduced to the powerful, antioxidant formula found in NZYMES® when our dog, Tigger, began hobbling around the yard on three legs, at about 1 year of age. When we took him to the vet for his normal,...
Dog Allergy Symptoms: What you might not know

Dog Allergy Symptoms: What you might not know

The Dog Allergies Diagnosis vs. the ‘Allergy Symptoms’ How often do you stress over the pain and expense of your dog’s “allergies”? How much time do you spend getting more medications and allergy shots from the vet for your fur-baby? And how often do you...
Enhancing Horse Endurance and Recovery

Enhancing Horse Endurance and Recovery

Horse getting older, slowing down, moving with reluctance? Whether it be simple daily exercises, such as a short ride around your property or a more prolonged and challenging ride/event, you surely want your equine friend to have the best chance for maximum endurance...
Pneumonia in Horses

Pneumonia in Horses

Can Horse Respiratory Issues Really be so Simple to Resolve? Pneumonia has various forms, but as an inflammatory illness of the lung, it can be life threatening – as it affects the ability of the body to absorb oxygen from air taken in. With the pneumonia...
Pregnant Mare Health Concerns

Pregnant Mare Health Concerns

Support for Stress and Health Challenges with Pregnant Mares The ‘New Life’ cycle can present significant demands on your Mares. Such matters present a plethora of issues to be considered: Pregnancy, and its particular challenges – keeping the mare...
Respiratory Issues in Horses

Respiratory Issues in Horses

Help For Equine Respiratory Distress Issues Respiratory issues in horses, just as with dogs or cats, can cause a HORSE to succumb to respiratory distress and ailments, with the most serious being Pneumonia. Any of these issues and associated symptoms could attack your...
Horse Injury and Recovery

Horse Injury and Recovery

How to Promote Enhanced & Speedy Recoveries Considering what horses are oftentimes put through, or what is expected of them, it seems amazing that injury is not more common than it is. Yet, it certainly does occur, and when it does – you want and need to...
Hock or Stifle Problems

Hock or Stifle Problems

Natural Help Options – for Hock & Stifle Joint Problems in Horses The Hock and Stifle, as the main lower and upper rear-leg joints of the horse, bear not only a majority of horse and rider weight, but they are subject to the brunt of all the abuse that...
Lameness in Horses

Lameness in Horses

The Three Common Causes for Lameness in Horses: 1) Navicular Problems  2)  Hock Problems  3)  Calcification Issues Though there are other possible causes for lameness in horses, the most frequent or common factors that result in equine lameness are provided at the...
Calcification in Horses

Calcification in Horses

Natural Help for Reversing Calcification Buildup Calcification in horses is a problem that seems to affect them much more than other animals, perhaps due to the extra demands placed upon the body of a horse due to riding, racing, and unique demands applicable to...
Horse Arthritis or Joint Pain

Horse Arthritis or Joint Pain

Natural Help for Degraded Joint Health in Horses If you desire a “better quality of life” for a horse having troubles getting up or getting around, you have come to the right place. One simple NZYMES® product can most often have an amazing effect, and our...