Being a dog groomer I come across a lot of dogs which have problems with their anal glands and bowel movements. Customers are being advised by vets to add more fibre to their dogs diet which many people find difficult especially the ‘fussy eaters’.When I heard about Chia I thought I would try it for my own dog who has always had loose stools and problems with his glands. I could see a difference in the space of just a week, his stools are normal and he no longer has problems with his glands, I recommend Chia to all of my customers and the results have been amazing, we’ve had dogs who would normally come to have there glands emptied every 2-4 weeks now only need doing every 3 months or less and the dog is much happier, no constant licking, biting, scooting his bottom across the floor or foul smell! Its tasteless and odourless making it easy for you to mix with your dogs normal food! I have also noticed my dog has more energy too! Chia is a fantastic health supplement which me, my children and my dogs wouldn’t be without.
Helen Gill, Wagz Pet Boutique, Worksop.
Lily Lu Lu is a 7 year old Labrador. In the last 6 months she has become lethargic and increasingly stiff far from her usual bouncy lively self. Labradors are prone to arthritic conditions and Lily seemed to be deteriorating fast. We noticed a significant decline in her stamina on walks and she was finding it a struggle to hop into her usual place on the sofa for a fuss.
Having searched far and wide for a solution I looked no further than my own health supplies and decided to try her on chia seed and I am so pleased I have. I was recommended to chia by a friend as a diet aid and I wouldn’t be without it.
As for Lily the results are fantastic, her energy levels have sprung through the roof and she now enjoys the long countryside walks that were becoming difficult for her pre chia. The effects of chia seed are incredible it really is the super food that people say it is, so cheers chia, you have changed my family’s life.
Alison Lacey, Kirton Lindsey