Buddy: I am allergic to flea bites so May and June were a nightmare. We woofies had to walk Jan several times a day, and since we don't attract fleas, this had to be all her fault. A friend sent Jan a spot on flea control for us but it didn't work and the directions said not to use another spot flea product for 30 days. So Jan was counting down the days! Meanwhile, she flea combed 9 animals, vacuumed and cleaned -- daily! She bathed me weekly and wouldn't let me dry off by rolling in the grass. Bummer! She searched the stores and the internet for flea extermination ideas. But the extreme heat and humidity made my skin worse. I was miserable!!!!!
Sam: So when the email arrived one Monday in June asking would she like to try something natural that "helps clear up conditions like hotspots, cuts, scratches, bug bites, minor burns, ear infections, swelling and inflammation - especially chronic ones," she responded, yes, my dog has hot spots! She meant allergy, but, hey, Buddy didn't care what it was called. he just wanted relief! She was told to take before and after pictures. She took "before" pix, but Buddy said she can't post photos of his butt.
Merci: That Saturday's snail mail brought the sample that was supposed to heal Buddy's skin condition. Jan opened it, read the instructions, and got that someone-is-on-my-kitty-litter-list look on her face.
Sam: The sample was in a very small case and there was only a thin layer of it. The instructions said to pick one specific area to use this sample on, clean it, and apply a thin coat of K9K 3-5 times daily -- for up to 7 days. Why would someone say he's sending a sample to clear up a skin problem and only send enough product for a pimple?
Merci: I think it might be expensive to send out product samples. Do you think the nice man who contacted Jan either didn't know how much sample is sent out or he didn't have a clue about allergies, skin conditions, hot spots or how quickly they can spread and become infected?
Buddy: Well, Jan told him, politely but bluntly that they had goofed and she wasn't messing around with a pimple-size sample on her favorite hound dog's much-larger-than-a-pimple body! ( I know, I know, I'm her only hound dog.)
Merci: But, meanwhile, Sam started chewing on his leg and Jan used a tiny dab of K9 Klearup on the sore spots a few times. Since she was busy with Buddy, she can't remember how many, but it was neither 3 - 5 times a day nor for 7 days. So it healed quickly.
Sam: It's too bad K9 Klearup didn't send a larger sample since Jan specified one of her dogs has a skin problem. If they had and their product is as good as claimed, they could be getting a howling testimonial from Buddy. What interested us in the product is that it uses natural ingredients. We don't know how long the shelf life is, but if we had an allowance, we would order some for all of us woofies to have on hand, but especially for Buddy and his chronic allergies.
Merci: You think one day Jan will give us an allowance so we'll have our own spending money?
Sam: Yep, when fat pigs fly and she gets a new computer!
Buddy: You can read about the product at K9Klearup.com.
Merci: Oh, maybe we should let you know, Jan stopped bringing home fleas when we walk her and we've all been doing okay these past weeks. Buddy is fine, except he looks a bit strange with bald patches on his butt. See, K9Klear, if we'd had enough product we could have tested it to see if it really does help hair grow back after an" injury."
(s) Buddy, Merci & Sam