IVDD Is One of Many Diagnosed Dog Paralysis Causes
We would like to thank Ms. Wilson for sharing Pepper’s pic and story with us during our Photo Contest. This poor, sweet girl had endured quite a bit but is doing much better now. Over our nearly 20 year history, we have dealt with many dogs diagnosed with IVDD, pinched nerves, bulging discs, etc. These types of issues can severely limit their mobility, and cause paralysis. It is important to understand that no two cases are exactly alike, so outcomes can vary. But in general, antioxidant enzymes play a huge role in the natural healing process, and in controlling inflammatory responses.
IVDD is a Degenerative Disorder. To help combat the further slide of this condition, and to give the body additional tools to strengthen itself for the long-term, please see our recommended support program for paralysis.
My story starts in July 2017, I noticed my baby girl was starting to walk really slow and kept putting her head down and when I went to pick her up she gave a really loud yelp, it scared me so bad, I had no clue what was going on. My boyfriend and I thought at first she might have a pinched nerve and to give it time.
Over the next week, she seemed to have gotten worse which then made me really upset and decided it was time to go to the vet. I was told Pepper had IVDD and eventually she would have to have surgery. So, I researched the internet on IVDD and it gave me a few options, so after $1000.00 worth of pain medications and laser therapy she still wasn’t getting better.
I was getting so depressed seeing my girl kenneled 24/7 for months at a time, I decided to try and look for more treatments before I decided to do the $4000 surgery. As I was looking, a website called Nzymes came across my screen, I looked through the site and was amazed. I figured heck why not, so I called the number on the screen and spoke to a gentleman about the product and I said sure, I’ll try anything.
After receiving the product, a week after Pepper started I noticed a tremendous difference in her, she had become more active and started feeling better. I was very thankful for this company and as of today she still uses the product and you would never know she had IVDD. Thank you for letting me tell my story. Thank you Nzymes!!!!!!