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March 2015 "Hershey"

March 02, 2015 0 Comments

March 2015 "Hershey"

Hershey Glandex Pet of the Month

This cool dog is "Hershey" our March Glandex® Pet of the Month! Hershey is one of many Glandex success cases and this is what Hershey's owner had to say about using Glandex® for him...

"Ok so this is the first review I have EVER written but I'm so impressed I just had to share! I'm a cocker spaniel lover and have had them for 30 years. As my two-year-old puppy would walk around the house I started to notice his bum hole would be open like about the diameter of a pencil . (Sorry for the graphic description but how else do you say that?) One day I got a whiff of this most God-awful smell that it actually made me gag! I've never smelled anything so horrible in my life. It was like dead fish x's ten!

I immediately took him to the vet and explained what I had been seeing and smelling. He expressed the glands and showed me how to do it every couple of months, but no matter how religiously I did it, it would only last a few days and it would be back. I bought wipes and was continually wiping him. I never saw any excretion but I sure could smell it. The final straw came when I had brand-new living room carpet installed and new furniture and he would be sitting on the carpet or couch leaving that smell behind.

I got to work and started researching it on the internet and came across Glandex. After reading all the testimonials I thought "what the heck, I'll try anything" and ordered a bottle. The delivery was speedy and efficient. I bathed him and expressed his anal glands and gave him his first dose that very night. According to the website I didn't expect anything for about three weeks but lo and behold I noticed it within two days!! No joke! It's been over a month and I haven't had so much as a whiff!

If you have the same problem, YOU HAVE TO TRUST ME AND GIVE IT A TRY. It is simply a miracle! As those of you who feed your dogs a high-quality dog food, you know that their stools are smaller because there is no filler in the dog food. My puppy stools were always very small. Within a day I noticed his stools were quite a bit larger and he had to strain a little bit when he went went to the bathroom, which he'd never had to do before. As the website suggests, your dog's stools are larger so they can express their glands naturally. It's amazing!

Thank you so much for such a wonderful product and for letting me tell you about it."

~ Cindy, Salt Lake City, UT

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