Pleasing change in humans and animals
"I have a small Yorkshire Terrier that has been sick since birth and suffers from recurrent epileptic seizures that, according to the vet, should lead to the dog's death if he has another seizure. This situation was about 4 weeks ago. On Saturday afternoon she had this seizure and on Sunday her condition worsened so much that I thought the time had come to say goodbye. In desperation, I put the dog on my cell phone with the Vita Chip and waited to see what would happen. And lo and behold, after about 20 minutes, my dog jumped off the blanket, wanted to go for a walk and was very hungry. I was overjoyed. To this day, she acts like a young dog and is happy and lively."
Marianne St., Uhldingen
Dog with arthrosis
"One of our dogs went from one day to the next on 3 paws. He was visibly in pain. The diagnosis at the vet: suspected osteoarthritis. Medication was prescribed and an x-ray appointment was made a week later. I was only allowed to give the medication for 3 days because of the side effects. I told the doctor, no problem, he will get a Vita Chip sewn into his collar. That was Thursday. From then on he walked on 4 paws and nothing could be seen. Today, Monday, I was at the x-ray. The dog does not only walk on 4 paws, he jumped alone on the loading area of my pickup truck. The x-ray showed he doesn't have arthritis, he has swelling in the joint, but no pain."
Erwin H., Uruguay