Thursdays with Millie: Sharing Success Stories

Happy Thursday Friends...Or as I like to say, Happy Friday Jr. 

 

Millie here, back at you on the eve of spring. I don’t know about you, but I’m ready to get outside in the warm weather and wait for my humans to drop some food from the grill!

 

This week I wanted to share some recent stories of other dogs and their MYOS journey. It is always inspiring when we hear from our customers about the improvements in mobility that their dogs have made.

 

Our first note come from Becky and her dog Rusty:

 

“Here’s my pup Rusty. He had a TPLO in October. He’s had a few setbacks along the way and has lost a significant amount of muscle. I started MYOS 3 weeks ago.  I’m already seeing improvements in his mobility and strength. He is enjoying his jaunts in the woods again!”

 

Our next note comes from Dr. Svenja Viete, a veterinarian from California.

 

“My 11 year old Vizsla struggled to get up a hill on our hikes I started him on MYOS and more targeted physical therapy. We have seen spectacular results. Thank you so much for a great product and I will be sure to recommend it to my clients.”

 

 Last but not least, this message came to us from one of our Amazon customers. What a sweet boy!

 

“My dog developed steroid induced myopathy after months on Prednisone as part of his autoimmune disease treatment. Once off the steroids, the physical therapy specialist veterinarian recommend I start him on this product to help him recover muscle mass faster. So far so good! He went from 18.5 lbs to 21 lbs in just a couple weeks, and it's all muscle. He couldn't even get up on the couch before and now he's jumping into the back of my SUV. I'm so happy to see my boy is getting stronger!”

 

We love that customers share their dogs’ success stories. If you have a story you would like to share, we would love to hear it! Just email us at info@myospet.com. We may even share your story!

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