I wish I could post the pictures before and after. My 17-year old Schipperke-Cattledog has always been happy, racing around, loves to eat, play…and then he was diagnosed with bladder cancer - a bad case by the time I caught up with why he was suddenly straining to pee. The diagnosis was sent to Dr. Kevin, who sent a prescription of Rapamycin - but unbeknownst to me, my friend who had had great success with Rapamycin with her dog (seizures) had been slipping the medication to my Wolfy. By the end of the day of End of Life discussion, whatever is in Rapamycin kicked in (he had had it for a little over a month)…he took a good dog pee - and has been racing around ever since. He eats, he’s like his old self; yes the cancer is still there, but it’s not blocking his faucet. This drug is the only thing that would have done this! Hillary Hauser Santa Barbara CA
These have made our 5 year old cockapoo like a puppy again, even his puppy hair is starting to regrow! He has needed a bit of re-training with his newfound energy, but we’ll happily trade that for our baby :)
Dr Kevin has been so helpful in the care of Simon our Goldendoodle, he has given us many suggestions to help our boy. Rapamycin has seemed to have given new life to our dog, and he is currently happy and thriving. It is quite amazing. I highly recommend Dr Kevin, it is a pleasure working with you on his care.
This has made a huge difference for my sidekick Rupert. He is a 14 year old labradoodle who is going strong!
Our little 8 lb maltese has heart, lung, and cushings disease. His heart is enlarged and pushing on his trachea making it hard for him to breathe at times. He has had 5 of the 12 pills and seems to be livelier and his breathing is not as labored. He is back to turning circles when its time for his dinner. Looking forward to seeing continued progress and hoping and praying for continued improvement