I have used paaws on two dogs. One was about 10 years ago when my small dogs kidneys stopped functioning we were told with giving the dog fluid IVs 2 to 3 times a week the dog might live 6 to 8 weeks. We started this process and seen the advertisement for PAAWS on TV we ordered the PAAWS and the little dog that had stopped eating and was ready to die began to eat again and became her old self she lived without the IVS for over a year while on PAAWS.
My second experience with PAAWS is going on right now. During the middle of January my 11 year old Yorkie started stumbling and falling alot. She was taken to the vet and put on perdisone for disc problems. By the end of January she could not control her urine and she could not walk at all she was stiff like a mat. We took her to another vet and started laser treatments on her spine and got her out of pain and she did begin to let us know when she had to potty but still could not stand without help. Then we ordered her some PAAWS. After taking PAAWS for a week and continuing the laser therapy we started seeing small improvements. After about 2 weeks she stood up on her own for the first time in 6 weeks. She improved so much after giving her the PAAWS vitamins the new vet decided to give her a steroid shot and start on antibiotic for a possible infection of the spine. She is now walking again. She still stumbles some but is improving everyday.
We had even taken her to a neurosurgeon that basically told us they really could not do anything.
We really believe all the vitamins in the PAAWS pills was a big part of her improvements.
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