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Simparica for x large dogs. I’ve been on simparica for four years and I have never noticed any of the things that others have had issues with. I have also had no side effects at all. In fact, the only things I noticed, were a slight increase in energy, with the ability to focus more on things. And I think my skin looked a little better. Simparica was supposed to get rid of my dry skin and stop the redness, so I’m happy.
In February of this year, I decided to give Simparica a shot because I was having digestive problems. I’ve only had simparica for three months and haven’t noticed any major changes. That’s probably why I didn’t want to give it up, and I’m still on it. I like how it helped my digestion.
A lot of what is happening with dogs is stress related. I think when we are stressed, our body releases more cortisol which in turn, causes more of a lot of things that happen in the body to happen. It’s been proven in our country, that there is no need to feed a puppy this amount of food. We’re already overfed. The best diet for a puppy is around 1/3 to 1/2 of the adult diet. I’ve tried that on her and she’s been able to eat a bowl of whatever she wants when she’s hungry.
In my heart of hearts, I want the best for her. If she can take what she wants to eat and get stronger and healthier and have a longer life, that’s all I want. I’ve heard many stories from people in our area that are giving their dog simparica. They say their dog is so much happier and healthier. I can only hope and believe that they are right.
I would like to write a post on this, but right now I’m so busy that I’m working and making sure we have a few meals ready for them to eat. We’ve had a stressful few days with the move and I don’t want the stress to start affecting her again. The stress hormones will always cause digestive problems. So the best thing to do is to make sure they get a lot of fresh air and playtime to help them feel better.
Since I’m doing this post for a friend, I won’t be able to mention some of the health problems we’ve had with food this year, mainly the GI issues that happen when they don’t eat a lot of the food. So if you don’t want to read about that, just skip this part of the post.
The best of what I’m giving her is Simparica as it’s only 1/2 of the adult dose. This is still a lot to give a young puppy and I worry about how it’s going to affect her health. She won’t be eating like this everyday and eventually we’ll switch her over to a grain-free adult diet. I’m not sure yet if I’ll do this, but I’m going to research that. If she takes in more than this for too long, she’ll get diarrhea. So I won’t have her on this for too long. The reason I’m giving her a little while to recover from the move is because it’s hard for her to eat when she’s upset. Also it’s easier for her to eat when she’s feeling good and not stressed.
Hopefully the Simparica helps and she’ll feel better again soon.
As a side note, you can see the size of the Simparica bottle in the photo. Now I know how much I can give her to help her recover.
I’ve also been keeping an eye on the Simparica website to see if any new formulas come out. It looks like I’ll have to make some changes to her diet. The Simparica we have now is the smallest size I can get, which is 100 units. The size they are going to have next month is 150 units. I’ll have to see what it will take for me to buy this size.
So that was my update from the beginning of the month. I hope you’re having a good month too!
I had my biopsy in October and the doctor said I had early-stage ovarian cancer. My doctor went over the results and gave me the diagnosis.
My biopsy results showed that I had cancer in three of the sections and it was grade 2. This is good because grade 2 is considered early-stage.
I started chemotherapy in December. I’ll be having radiation too. The radiation will start the day after I finish the last of my chemo.
I didn’t go to the radiation clinic right away because I wanted to get my chemo finished first. If I go to the radiation clinic right away then I can’t eat or drink while I’m in there and that makes it harder to get the chemo finished.
I’ve been doing very well on the chemo so far. It’s been going pretty smoothly. I had trouble with the first infusion. That was in December