Gypsy | Kirsten Miller
“We got Gypsy from a terrible situation on a farm in Appalachia, she was just chocked full of so many parasites it took a little over a year to get rid of them all! And then Gyp started having problems with her anal sacs and perianal fistulas. Anal sacs removed, a good solid four weeks on Zignature and all systems are a go! In all, it’s been nineteen months of fighting with one type of inflammation or a another, and peeking under her tail several times a day for the entire time. Not only has Gypsy gotten her dignity back, she gets all kinds of compliments from conformation breeders who knew her before she came to live with us. They all want to know what we feed that makes her colors now pop like they do. Zignature!
Is Zignature expensive? Yes. And as well as it’s worked for us as a novel protein food, it’s worth every penny. That we were able to get to the source of her problems and offer her relief the first time through feels good.”