Cancer, Bulging Disc, ACL tear....PHENOMENAL results with Inflapotion!
Because I have 3 dogs, all very different, when I test a product I learn a lot quickly. This stuff WORKS, and it works incredibly quickly. In several decades of caring for dogs I've NEVER BEFORE SEEN such good results from a supplement and certainly not that fast! Kendra: 13 year old GSD with a cancerous tumor the size of an avocado, terrible arthritis (one back leg is barely functional), and a bulging disc in her back -- my vet tells me it is her back that causes the most pain. Before Inflapotion, her pain was only 90% alleviated by 300 mg of tramadol on top of 600 mg of gabapentin PER DAY. That's more medicine than she needed after dental surgery! By her THIRD DAY on inflapotion (3 doses per day) she was effectively off tramadol completely. After heavy exercise, and on Inflapotion rest days, she will still get 50 mg of tramadol. FYI, Kendra's pain shows up as a sort of impatient grunt, paw thumping, and increased respiration. After two weeks on Inflapotion she jumps on the couch again, her breathing is even and smooth, there’s no gastric upset, and she's clearly more comfortable. Riggsy: 13 year old australian cattle dog who qualified for (but didn't get) knee surgery three years ago. Luxating patella, ACL tear and possibly other tendons in trouble as well with crunchy arthritis in both back hips. Before Inflapotion, Riggsy's pain showed up as trembling in his hind quarters even when at rest, peg leg walking style / bunny hopping when running, fierce protectiveness of his back end with other dogs, stress barking / inability to settle, and general grouchiness. He was on 300 mg of tramadol -- along with 10 or 20mg of Pepcid AC -- per day, and it was giving him truly hideous gas, a gurgling stomach audible across the room, and heartburn (hence the Pepcid AC). In the two weeks he's been taking Inflapotion, his legs never tremble at rest, and rare after heavy use. He rises with greater ease. This guy's stomach is so sensitive that I keep a list of antibiotics he can't tolerate. He's good to go on Inflapotion, and no longer needs Pepcid! Molly: 13 year old beagle, heart murmur, severe separation anxiety, bow-legged (cause unknown). Molly wasn't taking pain meds before, but the other day she was losing traction on a slippery floor, so I thought, why not give her the benefits too? And now I find she is less reluctant to leave her cozy nest to go for a walk.
Reviewed by: Deb Bryant from Kensington, MD.