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My dog is a mixed breed terrier. He is just over 16 kg and I have been told he is in not bad shape for his age. He does have a slight problem with his hips though. He cannot stretch like he used to, this is causing him a bit of pain. He still likes to play now and again though. He has had a blood test which showed that his sugar levels and kidneys are fine but there is something on his liver which may cause him to be ill in the future if it is not working correctly. So they want to do more tests to see what they can provide for his pain in the hip. He does appear to be a very healthy happy dog and shows no sign of pain. Can you tell me if you think he may require another test or could he get your VETiONX instead to help his pain but not affect anything else?

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November 5, 2009 at 3:55 PM



Dear Janice,

Many of the treatments for hip pain involve drugs that are metabolized in the liver so your veterinarian would be concerned about giving too much of these and damaging the liver further. Arthro-IonX would be a good product to try because it is safe, natural, and effective in improving cellular function so that the body may begin to heal itself. It can be used with other medications, but I would try it first to see what response your dog will have. Many dogs have improvement in their pain and stiffness and have not needed to take other drugs. We need to be careful not to put more stress on the liver. If we can help the liver to become healthier it will make a difference in how the body feels because the liver is responsible for so many enzyme functions in the body.

I hope you will give Arthro-IonX a try and keep us informed of the changes that occur.

Best wishes,
Dr. Char

Dr. Char Wilson, DVM Health Coach answered
November 5, 2009 at 3:55 PM
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