I adopted Glitter from Guide Dogs for The Blind. She had pre-mature closure of growth plates that lead to a form of elbow dysplasia, and she had no cartilage within her elbow joint. She was pretty uncomfortable doing everyday activities, but maintained a great attitude.
As a veterinarian myself, I had been researching the stem cell therapy for patients in the clinic and ended up treating my own dog.
After Glitter received her stem cell therapy she is able to be much more active, relies less on NSAIDs, and is not chronically painful. Her quality of life has dramatically improved.
– Stacy Jeter, DVM & Glitter