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Hi there,

I have a 10 month old Cane Corso and he was diagnosed with severe hip dysplasia. Now he is not in pain he can move pretty well you can only tell when he wants to sit up or lay down and go back to standing up position. I was advised about full hip replacement surgery but I don’t have the money right now for that type of procedure. My question for you is: have you ever encountered a case of hip dysplasia where your product helped without surgery? I know that you have a lot of case stories and I know that not all cases are the same but at least there’s a chance. I’m just curious please let me know what my options are. Or if your product is for support after surgery?


Alvin O.

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February 15, 2010 at 2:57 PM



Dear Alvin,

It is hard to predict what amount of success you will have with your pet without knowing him, but generally the body responds well to homeopathic ingredients that address pain and stiffness and so it helps with the symptoms. The oligotherapeutic mineral base helps to provide a stimulus for the body to heal and repair damage. It makes sense to at least attempt damage control for right now by giving Arthro-IonX or Promaxol and see how much effect it will have. Other things that I have seen to be helpful in severe dysplasia include:

1. A visit to a certified animal chiropractor.
2. Try a grain free diet along with digestive enzymes with each meal, probiotics, and a high quality fish oil supplement daily. These act synergistically with the VETiONX products to provide faster results.

Please let us know how you progress or if we can help you with any other questions.

Best wishes,
Dr. Char

Dr. Char Wilson, DVM Health Coach answered
February 16, 2010 at 2:57 PM
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