Happy Boomer.... Solid Stools!
Sunday, April 24, 2016
BOOMER IS A CHINESE CRESTED. I USED HIM IN MY CLASSES AS A DOG TRAINER FOR YEARS. HE IS 13 YRS OLD NOW AND RETIRED. HE HAD CRONIC DIARRHEA NOW FOR ABOUT 6 YRS. IT WAS AWFUL , AND NOTHING THAT I TRIED ON HIM WORKED. I HAD HIM TO SEVERAL VETS , WHO ALSO TRIED EVERYTHING. AGAIN NOTHING WORKED. THEN I SAW PAW HEALER AND THE CHINESE HERBS AND THOUGH I HAD NOTHING TO LOSE. BOOMER WAS GETTING THINNER AND THINNER. HIS DIARRHEA WAS GONE THE FIRST DAY. I FIND IF I FEED HIM A FEW TIMES A DAY BUT SMALLER AMOUNTS HIS STOOLS ARE BETTER ALSO. IF I FEED TO MUCH THEY MIGHT GET SOFT AGAIN. I WANT TO THANK YOU PAW HEALER FOR SAVING HIS LIFE. GAYLE VOGT
People may wonder why loose stools can causes problems. In the terms of Traditional Chinese Herbal theory, it is called Spleen Qi Vacuity. That means that that the nutrition from food is not absorbing and it passed through the stools, hence the reason they are not firm. Solid stools are considered optimal for pets and people.
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