DachshundFrom a customer: My little dog Patrick is a miniature dachshund who injured his back 5 months ago. His injury is linked to a genetic predisposition common in dachshunds with long torsos. This unfortunate impairment has severely hindered his mobility around the house to where he has had to drag his hind legs when he moves, pulling himself forward with his front legs.

Since the time of the original injury, I’ve tried lots of different alternative healing methods, such as Chinese herbal formulas that nourish the cartilage, taking him to the vet for acupuncture treatments, and using laser light treatments and chiropractic manipulations.

Finally, after feeding Patrick a half teaspoon of the organic sulfur crystals mixed in with his food every day over a period of 10 or 11 days, I noticed a miracle yesterday. Patrick began to walk all the way – a distance of 13 feet across the room – a feat he hadn’t been able to do for months.

I can only assume that organic sulfur, the new ingredient I added to his food bowl, is helping him. I hope Patrick continues to improve, and that at some point in the future that he’ll be able to walk normally at all times. Stay tuned.

When Good Discs Go Bad
By Dr. Becker
Posted on mercola.com
Dec 10, 2012

Intervertebral disc disease (IVDD) is one of the most common neurologic disorders seen in pets, especially dogs. Most aging dogs have some degeneration of intervertebral discs, which commonly results in a condition known as spondylosis.
Case Study from 2014: Injured dachshund walks again after being given organic sulfur
Injured dachshund shows improvement after taking sulfur
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