Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Labrador Retriever with Chronic Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs) Improves with Nutrition and Supplements

Dear Susan:

I am writing this testimonial so that others like me who are very hesitant to follow instructions from someone (I didn't even know) on the internet can possibly help their dog. Like most people, my dog, Sophie is a part of the family and when she is not doing well, it affects us all. She had recurrent urinary tract inflections that became resistant to antibiotics. And as a result of the large amount of antibiotics, she started to have digestive and itching issues. One thing led to another and after two different vets, with multiple visits, costing lots of money and no improvement I was extremely frustrated at the very least.

After much internet research I came upon, Susan Davis, someone who took the time to explain the importance of proper nutrition for dogs and the extreme role that it plays in their health. I must admit that I was hesitant as first as I looked at the cost of some of the natural supplements and food changes. However, when comparing it to the continuing veterinary bills and medication it ends up to be less expensive. But more importantly, I was able to stop the cycle of ill health (UTI'S, digestive etc) and Sophie was so much happier and healthier!

Susan not only gives you solid advice on how to help your animal feel better but truly cares about you (the owner) and the dog as you can feel it in her compassionate way of discussing the nutritional plan that she sees fit your your particular situation. I could go on and on but suffice it to say that I would highly recommend her and the Ask Ariel supplements and/or other supplements that she feels is appropriate.

Sandy & Sophie

Note to the reader: Sophie is a pet therapy dog and was recently featured in this article. Click this link to learn more about the wonderful work beautiful Sophie does helping those who are sick in the hospital.