Hello Dr. St.Clair,
First of all, my dog did not have the surgery. I found your website when researching what the rehab would entail if and when my guy would need the surgery. I was very interested in the weekly instructions and found all the information very informative even though I didn’t need to use it at this time.
History about my beloved American Bulldog, Pork Chop. He was diagnosed with hip dysplasia about 5 months ago. He was just 18 months old at the time. The X-rays were very definitive, but my vet wanted us to try a treatment. I’ve been giving Pork Chop an injection of polyglycan. We started with twice a week for 2 weeks, then once a week for 4 weeks. I saw just a small bit of improvement so we continued the injections. He’s had an injection every other week for the last 4 weeks. About the time I began the second round of injections, I decided to begin him on your GlycanAid HA. Within just a couple of weeks, his improvement was remarkable and has improved SO much. He’s like a brand new dog. I honestly don’t know if it’s the continued injections, or the supplement, or a combination of both. Since American Bulldogs mature late, as in 2+ years, I even wonder if his ball and socket have seated into better position as he’s matured? In any case, I plan to continue on the prescribed treatment. The injectable will go to just once a month in January. I will also be continuing the supplement as I truly believe it’s played a huge role in his improvement.
Thanks for the follow-up and wonderful service you provide!