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Neo – Liver Diet

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Our 10 1/2-year-old Doberman named Neo was first diagnosed with copper storage disease and chronic arthritis in November 2020. This was following a seven day stay in a veterinary hospital when we were informed that the prognosis was guarded. We were sent home with Neo and a cocktail of drugs for him to take over the next few months and instructions for him to be fed a manufactured hepatic diet.  Having looked at the content of the off-the-shelf dog food we felt that this wouldn’t be suitable to help in his recuperation – we therefore decided to look online to see if there were any doggie nutritionist that could help. That is when we found Cam.  He prescribed a nutritional low copper diet and suggested some important supplements to help in the breakdown of food and support for the liver.
Prior to the diet we provided Cam with a report regarding Neo’s problems and levels of liver enzymes which were extremely high.  When we had Neo tested recently his liver enzymes were now slightly above normal.  The vet was surprised to see how well Neo was now doing, it was recommended he should be going for 5 minute walks every day.  He was in fact able to do an hour a day by this time.  Neo looks very well has some good energy, is happier in himself his coat looks and feels great and is now only taking two prescribed medications per day.
We believe, as well as the medications, his diet plays an extremely important role in his well being and potential life expectancy and I can only thank Cam for his support.  We’ve asked supplementary questions on numerous occasions and he has always patiently responded. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Cam and his wonderful diet plans.
Jenny Livesey

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Our 10 1/2-year-old Doberman named Neo was first diagnosed with copper storage disease and chronic arthritis in November 2020. This was following a seven day stay in a veterinary hospital when we were informed that the prognosis was guarded. We were sent home with Neo and a cocktail of drugs for him to take over the next few months and instructions for him to be fed a manufactured hepatic diet.  Having looked at the content of the off-the-shelf dog food we felt that this wouldn’t be suitable to help in his recuperation – we therefore decided to look online to see if there were any doggie nutritionist that could help. That is when we found Cam.  He prescribed a nutritional low copper diet and suggested some important supplements to help in the breakdown of food and support for the liver.
Prior to the diet we provided Cam with a report regarding Neo’s problems and levels of liver enzymes which were extremely high.  When we had Neo tested recently his liver enzymes were now slightly above normal.  The vet was surprised to see how well Neo was now doing, it was recommended he should be going for 5 minute walks every day.  He was in fact able to do an hour a day by this time.  Neo looks very well has some good energy, is happier in himself his coat looks and feels great and is now only taking two prescribed medications per day.
We believe, as well as the medications, his diet plays an extremely important role in his well being and potential life expectancy and I can only thank Cam for his support.  We’ve asked supplementary questions on numerous occasions and he has always patiently responded. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Cam and his wonderful diet plans.
Jenny Livesey

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