I think it worked
I don't know if it worked or not but one of my females came in quicker she was a 6 months she came in 4 months. After that my other 2 females came in 2 weeks after her. Still using it now all 3 females have been breed. Only thing is my females don't like the powder I have to make sure to pour dyne over their food.
I used this product in the past and I am about to use it again. I used it on my 2 year old yorkie that had never had her first heat. Within 3 weeks she was began her cycle and had 7 healthy, tiny, babies! Im hoping my second time around is just as successful.
Nasty and didn't work
Over a year ago I got the granules, and no matter what I mixed it in, they refused to eat it. I recently purchased the liquid so it would be easier to administer, but it is thick and so nasty. You have to give quite a bit and I felt so sorry for her every time I held her down to force it down her throat. Even after torturing her, it has not worked and she hasn't been in heat for 10 months. I will never waste my money again or force this on my poor girls. It does not work.
Tried this with 2 bitches who were both about a month late to cycle for 3 weeks...no results. 1 bitch ate it fine mixed with food, the other avoided it and had to add canned food. It does have a strong herbal/plant like odor. One bitch went on to cycle 2 months later, was bred and is pregnant. The other hasn't cycled yet (going on 10 months) and is making me crazy!!!
This stuff works well for me
I breed Pomeranians. Poms generally have small litters, one or two puppies. Before I started using breed heat, I had a lot of singleton puppies. With only one puppy in the womb, the puppy often grew too large to pass through the birth canal. I was having C-sections for single puppies more often than not. I have been using Breed Heat for about 10 years now. I am having much larger litters and more puppies survive. I went back and checked before and after Breed Heat, and the number of live puppies born per successful breeding is up 40% with breed heat. It is not unusual now to have a litter of four, and two or three is the norm. But best of all, I have had only three singleton puppies in ten years. I still have to section a bitch once in a while, but not because of an overgrown single puppy. My breeder friends are getting similar results. We swear by Breed Heat. I use the powdered and just sprinkle a little on their food daily starting well before breeding and continuing until puppies are weaned.