People ask, "Can dogs get muscle cramps?" Yes, our four legged friends get dog cramps.
I will never forget the first time I saw Tiger, our 9 year old 3/4 German Shepherd / 1/4 Wolf walking with her leg dragging as if it was paralyzed. By the time I got to her, she was back walking again looking at me as if to say, 'I'm fine."
It was not till years later that I discovered how to not only make the cramps go away, but how to prevent cramps and dog arthritis from happening. This treatment is so good, it has only failed to work in one instance in all the German Shepherds we have treated using the Water Cures Pet Protocol.
People have suggested that we sell our treatments for dogs, cats and other mammals. In addition to the Water Cures, we have provided out of the glass holistic and natural treatments for animals as big as horses. As a matter of fact, in our network, we even have a horse chiropractor. He is out of the Allentown Pennsylvania area.
As far as money an charging for this treatment, we decided to take a different path. We are giving this information for free. We especially love to hear of stories of pets that were on hospice care and rebounded to enjoy another year or three of quality of life.
We gladly accept donations to help keep the website running. If you have not noticed, there are no ads, no blinking lights and no commercialism on this site. The information is provided for by voluntary donations from people like you.
Oh yea, this will save you quite bit on the vet bill as well. And we are not concerned about making our veterinarian friends second homeless by taking work from them.
It is not uncommon for dogs to have leg spasms and cramps. The problem we have, since they cannot talk and since they often suffer in silence, we do not know what they are going through.
The common wisdom is that the reason dogs get cramps is the same reason we get cramps. If you have read the section on the different types of cramps, we showed the commonalities.
The one underlying commonality, fluid and electrolyte imbalance. Correct this and not only will you stop the cramp, it is likely they will be prevented.
It should be noted that there are other reasons for dogs to have leg difficulties. Sometimes these can be neurological problems. The good news, there are holistic natural ways to treat these too. Both with unprocessed salt and water as well as out of the glass natural ways to heal them.
Whether it be a neurological disease, injury or seizure, many of the pet owners who tried the water cures protocol for pets found that it worked. In some cases, the benefits were noticed in a day. Sometimes within a week. In all but one instance, there has been improvement.
If it does not work, a visit to the vet may be necessary.
The most common indicators are...
*No longer runs
*Walking slower than normal
*Unresponsive, will no longer play
*Vocalization of pain when moving
*Sraining to get up, slow to lay down
*The affected limb is painful to the touch
Like humans, dogs need fluids and they also need electrolytes. When they do not get them, they are at greater risk for dis-ease. When they get the needed electrolytes, they move toward the healthy that their bodies are meant to be.
It's easy, simple and inexpensive.
Go to the Water Cures Pet Protocol to learn the simple way to help your dog have the best health possible.
What are you waiting for. Go try it. If you are still not sure, check out some of our testimonials. You can even try it for yourself. It works. All we ask, tell us how it worked and send us a picture that we can share and spread the word of this treatment to the world.
As Timmy started slowing down with old age, I just accepted it. Then I heard about the water cures from a hydration coach that was helping out my family. I found out that the water cures also works for dogs.
Not only does it work, it worked miracles. Timmy is playing, jumping and almost like a young dog again. The transformation in him is remarkable.
E.M. Moscow PA