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Deadly Virus

Last November I rescued a Yorkie from the Animal Shelter. Four days later, she became ill, refused food and was lethargic. I took her to my Vet's office the second day. They were unable to diagnose or give a name to the problem despite blood work, fecal exam, etc. After eight days in intensive care, I brought her home. She was very weak and had lost half her body weight in eight days. I could see she was dying. I took her back to be euthanized.

Five days later, my Doberman exhibited the same symptoms. She too had been rescued but I had had her for a year and she was in excellent condition. Danya was hospitalized immediately, and all the necessary blood work was done, which showed very little wrong. Once again, IV's for eight days at the Vet's office. During the interim, I had been put in touch with Ginny Rodgers. With one dog dead and another following in her footsteps, I was frantic. Ginny talked to me for what seemed to be hours . . . asking questions, questions and more questions. She then sent me supplements for Danya (the Dobie) with full instructions on how and when to feed. I took the supplements from Ginny to the Vet's office and administered them to her 2-3 times daily as per her instructions. My Vet was most agreeable, only wanting to know the names of what I was giving her.

On the eighth day, Danya actually ATE for the first time; a piece of raw chicken. I brought her home on the ninth day and she continued to improve and is now in excellent shape once again. What ever Bentley died from and Danya had, has never been named other than to be referred to as the "crud." It affected their respiratory system and lungs. I had a necropsy done on Bentley and her lungs were filled with mucus and pus. The antibiotics just didn't seem to work in her case. There's no doubt in my mind that without the supplements from Ginny, Danya would not have made it.

Sincerely,
Doris Elevier
El Paso, TX
January 2005

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