My maltipoo Daisy, is very territorial and got into a fight with my daughter’s much bigger cat. We heard her screaming in the other room and when we went to check on her, found her lifting her right hind leg and limping away from the cat. She had torn her ACL clear through and needed extracapsular cranial cruciate ligament surgery.
I found information on her condition online and was sent to Dr. James St. Clair’s TopDog Health website. I downloaded the Home Rehabilitation Guide and also ordered the spiral bound guide, for the step-by-step instructions on how to make sure she would fully recover from the surgery. I immediately followed the recommendations in the guide and started giving her GlycanAid HA factor. My vet was not familiar with the website or GlycanAid and was very grateful that I brought this information to his attention.
From the first day she came home from the hospital she has enjoyed this supplement. She is very picky about what she eats but she really loves to grab and eat this supplement. Her hind leg has healed beautifully. My vet said that ideally you would not be able to tell the difference in her back legs. The muscles are equal in size and strength. It’s incredible that I cannot tell which leg was operated on. I am so grateful to have found GlycanAid since I don’t have to force her to eat it. She loves it and I will continue with this supplement for the rest of her life.
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