Hip Problems & Compromised Mobility Troubles
A short Video, on How LILY’s desire to “move as little as possible” was Overcome
LILY’s Written Story…
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 go up or down the steps. She could barely make it across the linoleum without her legs paddling out from under her. I Google’d “Hip Dysplasia in Labs” and found Nzymes.com. After reading the stories, I thought I’d give it a try before I spent a ton of money at the vet. I ordered the Antioxidant Treats and doubled-up for two weeks. I was thrilled to see Lily feeling better within the first week.
I take both our dogs for runs out in the desert. I ride a Rhino while Lily stays close and Meg follows her nose. But recently, I was having to lift Lily into the back of the 4-wheeler instead of letting her run with her buddy Meg. (before NZYMES).
After a few weeks of the (Antioxidant) Treats, she was feeling more like her old self. After a couple of months (of Treats in the daily diet), Lily seemed to be in better shape than ever. Seriously, this was a different dog! (tail of the Video)
We’d always expected she would have hip issues from the time she was very young, due to the way she carried herself and sat. She always ran with both back legs together, more like a hop; however, it never slowed her down. Now for the first time in her life, I can watch Lily run using her back legs properly. Not all the time but mostly when she slows down to very fast walk. Lily has always been a bit shy around other dogs, and either stayed close to me or Meg. It never dawned on me that she was insecure, until after she became this new Super Dog. Now she runs way ahead and goes off trail through the brush, which she never did before. She’s always been very energetic, but now with a new found confidence as well.
I told my husband that we should be giving his dog Meg the Treats, as it would help her with her stiffness. But, no, he wasn’t interested. My husband’s dog, Meg, is a black Labrador retriever and, as he always says, a “phenomenal” bird dog. She’s now pushing eleven and really slowing down. This season when they come home from hunting, she’s so tired and worn out. This dog lives for the chase, but now she comes home and passes out. When she gets up, she looks like an old gal with the aches and pains of arthritis. I finally convinced my husband to please let me start giving her some of Lily’s NZYMES(TREATS). What a difference it’s made in just a few short weeks. Now, he blames me for not being able to keep up with his dog! Her coat shines like it did when she was younger. I’m so thankful to have come across this wonderful product. Both of our dogs have been given a new lease on life! Thank you so much for this amazing product. I highly recommend it to all my friends.