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  • Dr. Wiggs and Stomatitis Cure?

    Has anyone read the letter on the Yahoo Stomatitis site about this Dr. Wiggs in Texas and his Stomatitis cure? It claims to put the disease in remission, with on going drugs, no extractions, etc. This is the contact info, but I don't know anything except what the writer said about her cat being cured.
    Coit Road Animal Hospital
    (Dallas Dental Service Animal Clinic)
    Dr. Bob Wiggs
    12600 Coit Road
    Dallas, TX 75251
    (972) 239-2111

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    Hello Nancyrose,

    Due to your post I booked an appointment for my cat and drove to Dallas not to far from San Antonio. It has now been only 1 week since BJ has been on the medication. He seems to be doing great. I have 3 more weeks before I am due to return with him to Dallas. I can keep you posted on what is going on with the treatment of my cat.

    Marie

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    • #3
      Wonderful news

      Originally posted by mvaillancourt View Post
      Hello Nancyrose,

      Due to your post I booked an appointment for my cat and drove to Dallas not to far from San Antonio. It has now been only 1 week since BJ has been on the medication. He seems to be doing great. I have 3 more weeks before I am due to return with him to Dallas. I can keep you posted on what is going on with the treatment of my cat.

      Marie
      I am thrilled I could give some good info. Please let me know how it goes. I wish I lived closer, I am in NJ so that is out for now. I have my girl Willie on Atopica and I'll know more at her next visit next Monday. I wish Dr.Wiggs would confer with other vets and let them in on this but I guess until he has a patent he won't be doing that. Maybe you could ask at your next visit if he plans on working with other vets in other parts of the country and whether they could call and confer with him and then let us know. Good luck with your baby.[/QUOTE]

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      • #4
        I have two stomatitis babies that are on Dr. Wigg's prgram. He has been my lifesaver with one of them.
        My one is a 4 year old female that was 12 on a scale of 1 to 10. Our vet had told me to euthanize her because she was in so much pain, but I just wasn't going to give up yet. I knew I had a short period of time to research things and so I put her on metcam and got to work.
        In talking to my SIL, who lives in Dallas, I heard of Dr. Wiggs. I called and scheduled an appt. Both of my babies when in for the procedure at the same time. My other baby has gingivitis and needed a cleaning.
        Once he was done with them, I took the liquid meds he gave me and went home. We were on them 2x a day for a week and then once a week. We have been on them now with my severe case for 5 months (once a day) and she is doing awesome! I have had to take her back twice (once at 30 days and then after another 3 months) and she is maintaining her mouth. And she is a kitten again! This was a baby who was in so much pain (when I rescued her) that she didn't even really do anything. She was pretty much gone. But I was determined to save her and he did. God bless Dr. Wiggs. I highly recommend him to everyone. I traveled from New Mexico to see him and it was so worth it.

        Originally posted by Nancyrose View Post
        Has anyone read the letter on the Yahoo Stomatitis site about this Dr. Wiggs in Texas and his Stomatitis cure? It claims to put the disease in remission, with on going drugs, no extractions, etc. This is the contact info, but I don't know anything except what the writer said about her cat being cured.
        Coit Road Animal Hospital
        (Dallas Dental Service Animal Clinic)
        Dr. Bob Wiggs
        12600 Coit Road
        Dallas, TX 75251
        (972) 239-2111

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Lululapell View Post
          I have two stomatitis babies that are on Dr. Wigg's prgram. He has been my lifesaver with one of them.
          My one is a 4 year old female that was 12 on a scale of 1 to 10. Our vet had told me to euthanize her because she was in so much pain, but I just wasn't going to give up yet. I knew I had a short period of time to research things and so I put her on metcam and got to work.
          In talking to my SIL, who lives in Dallas, I heard of Dr. Wiggs. I called and scheduled an appt. Both of my babies when in for the procedure at the same time. My other baby has gingivitis and needed a cleaning.
          Once he was done with them, I took the liquid meds he gave me and went home. We were on them 2x a day for a week and then once a week. We have been on them now with my severe case for 5 months (once a day) and she is doing awesome! I have had to take her back twice (once at 30 days and then after another 3 months) and she is maintaining her mouth. And she is a kitten again! This was a baby who was in so much pain (when I rescued her) that she didn't even really do anything. She was pretty much gone. But I was determined to save her and he did. God bless Dr. Wiggs. I highly recommend him to everyone. I traveled from New Mexico to see him and it was so worth it.
          Hi and welcome to the forum. I'm so glad you've had such a good outcome for your kitties! It's wonderful that you didn't give up on them!
          Diane and Cicero - Sr. Manager:

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          • #6
            I'd be interested to hear Dr Gus's opinion on this treatment.......

            I am SO pleased that it has worked for you..... and welcome to the forum!
            "There are indeed monsters under the bed"
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            • #7
              Would never happen... even when I've had serious behavioral issues, we have worked through them. Once an animal walks through that door, they are family. And we don't give up on family.
              And thank you for the warm welcome. Hopefully I can learn a lot from this forum, as well as give advice here and there when I can.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Lululapell View Post
                Would never happen... even when I've had serious behavioral issues, we have worked through them. Once an animal walks through that door, they are family. And we don't give up on family.
                And thank you for the warm welcome. Hopefully I can learn a lot from this forum, as well as give advice here and there when I can.
                That's how we all feel about our critters here!
                Diane and Cicero - Sr. Manager:

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by DianeP View Post
                  That's how we all feel about our critters here!
                  Which is why I am so glad to have found you all.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Lululapell View Post
                    Would never happen... even when I've had serious behavioral issues, we have worked through them. Once an animal walks through that door, they are family. And we don't give up on family.
                    that's great. welcome to the forum! .m

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                    • #11
                      Not sure what his protocol is. He says this, "The adult cats with feline oral inflammatory disease are surgical patients. These cats respond excellently, with complete remission, to a new surgical protocol that is coupled with histopathology, oral radiology diagnostics, osseous surgery and bone grafting."

                      What one usually finds is that if a new procedure comes along that is curative of a traditionally difficult to control problem, within a short period of time every board certified veterinary dentist and veterinary teaching hospital is using it and soon thereafter most general practitioners are using it as well. That hasn't happened yet, nor has there been an independent review of the procedure. If it works, all of these things will happen.
                      Dr. Gus

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                      • #12
                        From what Dr. Wiggs told me, the 007 syrup that they are using is under "experimental" stages and they are in the final stages for FDA approval. As soon as this happens, they will be able to spread the word and wonders of this drug. Until then, they are keeping it under lock and key, for obvious reasons.
                        All I can say is that from personal experience, this is a wonder drug.

                        Originally posted by DrGus View Post
                        Not sure what his protocol is. He says this, "The adult cats with feline oral inflammatory disease are surgical patients. These cats respond excellently, with complete remission, to a new surgical protocol that is coupled with histopathology, oral radiology diagnostics, osseous surgery and bone grafting."

                        What one usually finds is that if a new procedure comes along that is curative of a traditionally difficult to control problem, within a short period of time every board certified veterinary dentist and veterinary teaching hospital is using it and soon thereafter most general practitioners are using it as well. That hasn't happened yet, nor has there been an independent review of the procedure. If it works, all of these things will happen.

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                        • #13
                          Hi... My name is Carolina, and I just dropped off my cat at Dr. Wiggs for treatment today... Well... At his clinic anyways... Dr. Wiggs passed away in November (I am sorry to be the bearer of bad news if you guys don't know yet ), but he has left his legacy behind, and the doctors in his clinic still follow his protocol.
                          He will have his dental and surgery if needed today, and then will be put in daily meds for life.
                          I asked what was in the cocktail, and they said they couldn't tell me, as it was a proprietary blend, but all the drugs in the mixture were already FDA approved. As he was explaining to me, it all made sense, but now I don't remember all the details anymore...
                          I am happy to see that others have had good experience with them...
                          Dr. Wiggs (RIP) went to University with my vet, and was highly recommended to me by him, whom I trust blindly, so I can only trust him too....
                          I will make sure to keep you guys posted, if anyone is interested
                          If you guys could spare some vibes for my baby boy for a good surgery and recovery, that would be fantastic!
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                          • #14
                            Hi and welcome to the forum. I hope the treatment works for your baby. Keep us posted.
                            Jill Gallo /Manager
                            The Petsforums Management Team

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by happycatfamily View Post
                              If you guys could spare some vibes for my baby boy for a good surgery and recovery, that would be fantastic!
                              Sending good vibes your way.
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