My name is Mattie. I am a 13 year old Rottweiler. I have been bothered with hip dysplasia since I was diagnosed when I was 2 years old.
My left hip is very arthritic and my foot has started turning in. In cold weather I can hardly move and it was impossible for me to get up stairs. My owner had taken me to a veterinarian who recommended that I be put to sleep. That news really upset my master and she refused to do what the veterinarian suggested.
In March of this year a friend told my owner about a natural alternative pet medicine called Vital Pet Vitamin supplements. I have been taking 2 tablets twice daily. After the first week and a half of taking the pet health supplements my owner noticed my energy level has increased and I was moving MUCH better.
I have now been on Vital Pet vitamin health supplements for about 2 months and my owner loves the results that I am getting. I bounce around the yard like a year old pup and I can even climb stairs without assistance.
My two roommates are both Great Danes. The oldest is Shadow who is about 2-1/2 years old and her daughter is Sassy who is 16 weeks old. After our owner saw the good results that I have experienced with Vital Pet health supplements she put both of the Danes on VitaL Pet.
Shadow has experienced recurrent uterine infections that developed with her first heat cycle. She was unable to gain weight and looked malnourished. Since shadow has been on the Vital Pet health medicinal supplement products she has gained roughly 15 pounds and her coat had a beautiful shine to it. She was rechecked for her canine uterine infection and it is gone, Vital pet was the remedy.
Sassy was put on Vital Pet vitamin supplements as a precaution measure and when she visited the veterinarian last week he told our owner that she has the tightest hip he’s ever seen.
Everyone in my backyard looks and feels 100% better. All we want to do is play and our owner has a hard time keeping up our pace as we go on our daily walks through the neighborhood. Thanks Vital Pet health supplements.
Mattie, Shadow and Sassy
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