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Paddywag

paddywag3smTammy, I should have written you a long time ago. Our little Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Paddywag, was diagnosed with pythiosis back in fall 2008. The specialists we went to told us to put her to sleep. The night before we were going to let them know our decision, I looked it up online and your website was the first one I saw. After reading it, I went to the vets and told them I wanted to try the vaccine.

I called the man you told about on your website and he said he would send the medicine to the vets. They gave her three shots, each about a week apart. We also had to keep her on a feeding tube for at least a month. She had gotten down to about 8 pounds and couldn’t keep anything down and was no longer going to the bathroom at all. The pythiosis was blocking her digestive tract.

After she got the shots, I could tell she was growing stronger. She recovered completely. The vets were amazed, and gave a donation to the National Institute of Veterinary Medicine in her honor for “being an amazing animal.”

Paddywag is such a part of our family, and I couldn’t afford to lose her at that time; it was killing both of us. Thank you so much for your website! We are deeply indebted to you!

 

Norton
Norton
New Orleans, LA

I wanted to get back to you on Norton. I took him back to Med Vet last week fro a follow up ultra sound and the doctor was amazed. He could not find any traces of the Pythium!!! We even took a blood test and sent it to LSU and that came back positive as well. When he was 

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diagnosed it was

 at 70 and now it is down to 12. He said 10 is a normal reading. I am so happy. 

 

 

Carly
Carly

Hi Tammy,

Thanks for your website. Just wanted to update you on our dog, Carly. I talked to you a few years ago when our Golden Retriever, Carly was diagnosed in December 2008. She had surgery at Texas A&M, and then received two doses of the pythium vaccine.

Two years later…she is doing GREAT!

 

Beret

Janie Norris’ son out of Maggie who initially survived Pythiosis only to succumb a year later. Beret also came down with Pythiosis but survived due to the PavLab immunotherapy treatment.

 

 

Dusty
Dusty

Dusty, is now a leaping, running crazy happy dog who we adore, he has had no signs of illness. We did the second set of vaccines from Bob Glass and PavLab.

 

 

 

Hi Tammy,

Sasche
Sasche

I had spoken to you regarding my German Shepherd Sasche. She did have pythiosis and we gave her last shot tonight. She has gained all of her weight back and her lesions have almost healed. She has become playful and acts like a healthy dog again. Thank you for your phone call and the information you have made available online.

Barry

 

Bob Glass and Rever
Bob Glass and Rever

Rever is clear! Man that was the best phone call ever! Miracle…that is only part of it. Bob Glass at PavLab, Dr. Linda Hankins DVM and you never giving up or listening to putting him down saved him! Such an inspiration of hope and love! 🙂

Petal, MS

 

 

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