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Pumba

AGE: 15
CONDITION:  Pinched Nerve
LOCATION: AUS
 

"It was just so nice seeing him play with his mates again and enjoying it!"

 

 


 

Pumba was an amazing athlete his whole life! But the stress of living a full life had created arthritic changes in some of his joints but predominantly his spine. We'd been recommended getting him on glucosamine chondroitin which we did, but there was no significant improvement.

The smallest of steps became difficult and for a dog that was used to doing everything with ease it was frustrating him. I'd had friends with horses tell me about Rose-Hip Vital and what it'd done for their dressage stallions. So we gave it a go!

Within 3 weeks Pumba regained vigour, but most of all, his pain had eased so much. His glowingly sad demeanour saw a glow back in his eyes.

It was just so nice seeing him play with his mates again and enjoying it!

 

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