GOLDEN RETRIEVER HAS BEEN DIAGNOSED WITH HIP DYSPLASIA

June 10, 2014

I have a Golden Retriever, who is a spry 2 years, and has been diagnosed with hip dysplasia. She is still active, but if she over-exercises, she shows signs of tightness and limping. She takes 1500mg of glucosamine as Well as 1000mg flax seed oil daily, and is on a regimented diet, keeping her weight around 60-65 lbs. I am not a rich man, and am curious as to what my options are if her hips deteriorate rapidly. I realize how expensive surgery is, and am aware of the use of acupuncture as an active pain-relief procedure, but am curious as to what I can do for her.

Bill, Ft Collins, CO

 

Hi Bill,

I have treated thousands of HD dogs, and it is not a pleasant experience to see your dog in pain. Please get a jar of my Healthy Joint formula. Use as directed and remember you can use up to double the dose on the jar. Give it a try and you should see some improvement in 3-4 weeks. If you do not feel she has been helped there is a simple surgery called a Pectineal Myotomy that DOES help. It is a less expensive option to hip replacement etc. Please let me know how the supplement works...Remember we have a full money back guarantee with this product. Good luck.

Chuck Kruger DVM