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Fox, Shih-Tzu Mix Recovering from Paralysis
Happy Paralysis Recovery for Fox After Incident
Fox is our 7 year old Maltese Shih-Tzu, loves to play and cuddle. He’s always been a healthy dog. About a year ago, a routine trip to the groomer turned out to be devastating for me and my family which left us with a Shih Tzu recovering from paralysis.
Two days after visiting the groomer, Fox became completely paralyzed in his back legs. He he was in pain and unable to move. We took him to the vet hoping we could get some answers, but all tests came back as normal, including his x-rays. The vet said it could be a spinal injury but wasn’t sure from where. She said Fox may never walk again and that it would be better to put him to sleep. I could simply could not bare the thought of that.
So, I researched on the internet about paralysis in dogs and came across NZYMES.COM. I read the stories of people and their dogs, and it inspired me to try some with my own dog. I ordered NZYMES® Antioxidant Treats for my dog, and put all my faith in it!
To our surprise, 3 weeks after Fox started taking NZYMES®, he started moving, and standing up on his own. He was also gaining strength with his back legs each day.
It’s been one year already and Fox is doing great! He runs and plays and he still takes NZYMES® Antioxidant Treats everyday, they only make him stronger. Fox’s vet couldn’t believe it.
I definitely recommend NZYMES® Antioxidant Treats to anyone, they really work! I also give my other dog 1 Treat daily and it helps him with his coat. NZYMES® is a great product, I highly recommend it!
Products Used to Help Fox with Paralysis Challenges