Tuesday, 26 March 2013

Coco: King Charles, Pug cross with sensitive tummy

Kim got in touch with us a couple of days ago to let us know how well Coco was doing on Bionic Biotic. Kim told us that Coco had a really sensitive tummy and according to her Bionic Biotic has been really great so far.
After starting to give Coco Bionic Biotic, Kim has noticed that Coco is looking and smelling much better. She told us that she recommends Bionic Biotic to everyone who has who has dogs with same problems as Coco once had.
To read original Kim's testimonial click here

Monday, 18 March 2013

Millie: Lakeland Terrier with itchy skin

This is Jean's Lakeland Terrier Millie who is now eleven years old. Millie was constantly itching and Jean has decided to give Bionic Biotic a try to see whether it can help. Jean told us that after giving Bionic Biotic for one month, she was impressed with the results. 
According to Jean, Millie has suffered terrible itching and chewing of feet for over two years and nothing has seemed to helped, despite every investigation coming back “not allergic to anything” and costing well over £1,000.
At the present time Millie does not appear to be scratching quite as often as she used to and Jean is certain that after she starting giving Millie Bionic Biotic, she does seem in better general health and Jean is willing to carry on and see what whether itching will fade away completely.
To read original Jean's testimonial click here.

Wednesday, 27 February 2013

Pepsi and Molly: French Mastiffs with stiff joints and mobility problems

Dee got in touch with us to let us know how Pepsi and Molly were doing on Mobile Bones. Dee told us that Pepsi has been on Mobile Bones since September 2012. Pepsi has had problems with her front leg and has never been quite sound on it, and being large breed she does carry a lot of weight on her joints. Pepsi is nearly 8 and half now and Dee told us that Pepsi has very much improved after being given Mobile Bones and is quite sprightly for an old girl. 

Dee also gives Mobile Bones to her second dog Molly. When Dee got Molly she was fairly stiff on her back legs, particularly her hips, especially when she tried to get up. Dee told us that Molly has been on Mobile Bones for a month now she has no problems getting up and according to Dee no one wouldn't even notice that Molly had any stiffness at all in her back legs and hips.

To read original Dee's testimonial click here.

Friday, 15 February 2013

Missi: 14 Year old Spaniel with stiff joints

More than three years ago, on the 29th of January, 2010, Lindsay got in touch with us for the first time to tell us about how well her eleven year old Spaniel Missi was doing on Mobile Bones. Three years later, Lindsay is still giving her dog Mobile Bones. To read Lindsay's comment that we have received over three years ago click here

Now Missi is fourteen and a half. Lindsay informed us that Missi is still doing really well on Mobile Bones. Missi is lively as ever, but because of her old age and kidney problems she is now on a special diet, but Lindsay still continues to give her Mobile Bones.

Lindsay told us that Missi is now blind, but she still loves running and Lindsay says that it's all down to Mobile Bones.

To read original Lindsay's comment click here

Tuesday, 22 January 2013

Angel: Newfoundland with stiff joints

This is Angel, Graham's eight year old Newfoundland. Angel has been on Mobile Bones for a couple of months now and Graham is pleased to say that Angel has made wonderful progress.

Graham expected her arthritic complaint in her leg to play up during this very cold spell that we are all experiencing, but Graham's doubts have been knocked back into place.

This cold snap we are experiencing, has in no way affected Angel's walking and playing with other dogs in the park, and according to Graham, Mobile Bones have certainly worked miracles for Angel.

To read original Graham's testimonial click here.

Monday, 21 January 2013

Oscar: Cockapoo with runny stools

Jackie's Cockapoo Oscar has had runny stools since the day she brought him home when he was only ten weeks old. Jackie took Oscar to the vet and the vet diagnosed bouts of colitis. Jackie tried almost every type of dry and wet food and supplements. After testing a lot of different foods and supplements Jackie learned that only Gluten free foods and home cooked white meat seem to help, but not cure the problem.
Jackie never gave up and eventually, while doing research online, she stumbled upon Bionic Biotic. Initially she has ordered a sample pack and after two weeks she had noticed that Oscar is getting better. Shortly afterwards she bought the full pack and she said that "I no longer dread the morning walk and using five dog bags for the clean up!"
To read original Jackie's testimonial click here.

Thursday, 17 January 2013

Druss: German Shepherd with stiff joints

Divinia Kerwick's German Shepherd Druss has been on Mobile Bones for around nine months. Druss had Tibial-plateau-leveling osteotomy, a type of surgery performed on dogs to stabilize the stifle joint after ruptures. Divinia told us that after the surgery Druss' leg was still clicking and it was very stiff.
She told us that Druss loves his rehab swimming and he is planning to get back to playing football this summer. To speed up Druss' recovery process Divinia was told to start giving Druss supplements that contain glucosamine, but the problem was that all of them made his sensitive stomach upset. Divinia told us that since being recommended Mobile Bones Druss hasn't looked back, clicking sound is gone and he is improving each day.
To read Divinia's testimonial, click here.

Monday, 14 January 2013

And The December's Winner Is...

We had some fantastic entries in the December's photo contest! Thank you for taking part by posting pictures and voting.

The results:

Photo submitted by Cheryl Biddlecombe - 104 votes
Photo submitted by Cindy Freeman - 69 votes
Photo submitted by Shereen Barker - 16 votes

Congratulations to Cheryl Biddlecombe  If you missed out this month, don't worry - you can enter January's Photo of The Month competition by uploading photos of your dog to our Facebook group wall (www.facebook.com/poochandmutt).


Friday, 4 January 2013

Paddy: West Highland Terrier with upset stomach and runny stools

Paddy is June's 13 yr old West Highland Terrier. June told us that Paddy suffered all his life with "westie belly" and over the years June has tried everything… June has worked out that it is a build-up of fat which Paddy cannot tolerate.

June told us that Paddy's tummy used to scream and gurgle all day. He wouldn't drink or eat anything except grass until he’d make himself sick. Everything has changed once June has learned about Pooch & Mutt on the net. After gradually introducing Bionic Biotic to Paddy's diet, he now has solid stools and no more grumbling belly. The thing June is most pleased about is that he doesn’t have those days when he looks so sad and in pain and June knows that she cannot help him.

June now just sprinkles a little bit of Bionic Biotic on his food and he is a different dog. Her only regret was that she didn’t find out about Pooch & Mutt when Paddy was 2, but at least he is enjoying his ‘senior’ years as we can see.

To read original June's testimonial, click here

Thursday, 3 January 2013

Jacob: Dog with weight problems

Jo got in touch with us to tell us that since starting on Bionic Biotic her dog Jacob has shown significant signs of weight gain which is wonderful. Jo is still struggling to find a food that doesn't set off his IBS. Jo recently tried giving Jacob Fish4Dogs, which he loved, but after it he again became very ill. Jo and Jacob are back to chicken breasts, porridge oats and carrots, but at least Jo knows that Jacob is getting goodness from Bionic Biotic
At the moment Jacob weighs around 12lbs up from 9lbs, his appetite isn't so ravenous as it was during the weight loss time, hence him being a little more fussy. Jo told us that she gets the most of the 1 tsp of Bionic Biotic a day by dividing into 4. Jo told us that Jacob hasn't had an IBS flare up for around a week now which is positive and putting less pressure on his bad heart thankfully!! 
To read original Jo's testimonial click here