Folks, sometimes a story is so compelling that we feel obliged to share it. Please read about little Sir Winston's journey back to good health, pink skin and full coat with the help of DERMagic products. Yes, Alopecia X can be reversed... and here's one very heart-warming tale, reproduced here exactly as Sir Winston's pet parents wrote it to us today! A real feel-good moment for us around the office today!
Dear Dr. Adelia,
The attached pictures are of our Sir Winston, age 5.
On September 17, 2011, we received our first bottle of DERMagic Skin Rescue Lotion. We began the regimen immediately...with only a small bit of hope that it would really work. (You guaranteed the results so we thought we had nothing to lose and everything to gain.) We saw the black skin gradually wash away with each bath we gave him.
On October 29, 2011, I recorded in my journal that John and I began to see some of Sir Winston's hair returning. We were cautiously hopeful, and noted that he loved his application times and seemed more lively, energetic, and that his appetite had improved.
Oh, what a miracle!!! The second picture is of Sir Winston at about 2 1/2 to 3 months after beginning the regimen. Healthy, pink skin is visible on his chest, and his hair has begun to come in all over his little body. We saw the results of the DERMagic and
our diligence in applying it, bathing him with your shampoo and conditioner, and our never giving up on it. We began to believe. But the best was yet to come!!!
Mary and John Houska
PS We only have one regret...and that is that we lost one of our other poms who had Black Skin Disease. She died before we knew about DERMagic. We don't know for sure, of course, but perhaps we could have helped her to have a healthier life if we had just known.
Dear Pet Lovers...
Today was a new low in official advice-giving. We don't understand the true motivation behind this, but we have our suspicions. We do know that vets become vets because they care deeply about animals, but we do not agree with their sweeping generalization against raw food for pets because it might harm humans. Really?
We have been feeding raw to our dogs for years, and we live on to blog about it.
Today the AVMA (American Veterinary Medical Association) recommended that we NOT feed raw food to our pets. Yes, you read that correctly... They are saying to NOT feed animals their natural preference, the food that keeps their immune system strong, that helps prevent skin problems, yeast infections, tooth decay and other imbalances that can lead to disease.
Read for yourselves here. Apparently the vets are mainly concerned about the potential for salmonella passing from the raw food to the humans in the family. What worries this blogger is that I expect any day now to read that raw chicken will no longer be offered in supermarkets because of the danger to small children and the elderly.