The joy that she had lost has returned like before
Hello. My name is Prajak. I’m the owner of this dog. She’s a female named Ai-nam.
When her symptoms first started, it was like her rear would sway back and forth. When she would jump in the car or go up the stairs, her back legs didn’t have much strength. When she jumped, we usually had to lend a hand to help her up. When walking her rear had an abnormal sway. She had no strength for getting into the car, especially in her back legs.
After that, I felt her rear was swaying more and more, so I took her to see the vet. The vet checked her symptoms and X-rayed her. He found that her hip joint was starting to have problems. She was getting old. When we took her to the vet, she said they would need to operate on the hip joint, and we made the appointment. But actually we didn’t want to operate. We felt worried for her so the vet recommended Antinol®.
After one month passed by it was clear to see the signs of her swaying hip joint were showing less and less. After two months we already could see she was able to jump into the car by herself. So with her symptoms getting better, we didn’t need surgery. From then on, I thought she should keep taking Antinol®. Because she’d probably keep having these symptoms.
Now she’s still taking Antinol®. According to the vet’s recommendation to continue, to help her get better. I really feel good. She has a fun and active daily life now. Because she can move with freedom. The joy that she had lost has returned like before. She can run, play, jump, fetch things…stuff like that. Seeing her enjoying herself makes me happy. So I think we’ll keep using Antinol®.
Prajak Pramote - Thailand