He’s really a family member but …
Is Your Pet
Secretly Suffering in Pain?
Dear Fellow Pet Owner,
To pet lovers, dogs and cats deserve unlimited care and love, just like every member of the family.
After all, they are there for you when you need them. They love you even when you are grouchy. And they need you. Yes they need you. So we owe them our care.
When another member of your family is in pain, he will let you know and you will do everything you can to soothe him.
But what about your pet?
The problem for pets is that they seldom “complain” about their aches and pains. There are signs they are suffering, to be sure, but many pet owners don’t recognize them.
Could your pet be suffering now? Are you sure?
In my family’s case we have a Jack Russell terrier named Duke. He’s the sweetest dog and definitely a part of our family.
We have a one-year-old baby girl who all day long delightedly calls out, “Duke! Nice, Duke.”
I know we’ll be reminding her even when she’s an adult about how attached she was to Duke.
If you’ll allow me a moment more of your time, I’d like to tell you about another Duke. This one was a cocker spaniel my family had when I was a kid. While I do have many fond memories of this Duke, there are some sad ones as well.
You see my first Duke had terrible spine and joint pain that developed as he got a older.
He had difficulty running at first and then climbing up stairs and finally simply walking. There were times when he would lie on the floor and moan.
Back then nobody paid much attention to pets. When we told the veterinarian about his pain, he said, “It’s just age. There’s nothing to be done about it.”
Eventually the suffering was too much – both for Duke and our family. It was a heart-wrenching day.
Advances in Natural Medicine
Can Work for Pets Too!
If we knew then what we know now we could have saved old Duke a lot of suffering. He could have had a long and pain-free life simply by taking advantage of the advances in natural medicine that have taken place since then.
We can’t go back in time, but we can certainly make sure that our “new” Duke gets every opportunity to maintain his health and happiness during his lifespan.
If it’s good enough for people …
it’s good enough for our pets …
Countless studies have proven that in today’s world we need to supplement our diets with natural nutrients. Modern farming techniques have robbed the food we eat of most of its nutritional value. Add to that pesticides and other environmental pollutants and you have a recipe for ill health unless you take supplements.
Smart people understand this. That’s why 68% of Americans now take some kind of dietary supplement, according to an annual survey conducted by Ipsos-Public Affairs for the Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN). More importantly, perhaps, more than three-quarters of U.S. physicians (79%) recommend supplements, according to a recent CRN Healthcare Professionals Impact Study.
Theses are just two examples. There is a mountain of proof that taking natural supplements can improve and protect a person’s health.
We are using supplements to keep ourselves healthy so why shouldn’t we be doing the same thing for our pets?
There is a vast quantity of knowledgeable experts that believe our pets can also have their lives enhanced by natural dietary supplements.
For instance, veterinarian Dr. Marty Goldstein who was interviewed by nationally televised medical doctor Oz, said that he recommends that as pets get older they are given nutritional supplements.
The reason that our pets need dietary supplements is the same reason that people do – our food supply simply just doesn’t deliver what our pets need to stay healthy and happy throughout their lives.
According to an Earth Summit Report, “The soils on North American farms … have been depleted of their natural minerals by more than 85%.”
What that means is that the natural products used to make pet food soil are very low in nutrients. Dangerously low in some cases.
On top of that much pet food is cooked at high temperatures and then frozen, which further depletes its nutritional value.
“There is now very strong awareness that the food supply is not what it used to be and that there is a need for people to supplement their diets. That carries over for animals, as well. A lot of health conditions are caused by nutritional deficiencies, and foods for animals, in particular, are highly processed.”
Tom Cameron, DVM, veterinary technical
support for Standard Process Inc. (3)
The Condition That Can
Rob Your Pet of a Happy Life
Of the many problems that depleted foods cause joint and back pain is the most common. So many dogs these days suffer from bone and ligament pain that it can be justifiably called an epidemic.
This is exactly what happened to my first Duke.
Dogs and Cats Commonly
Get Painful Arthritis
Arthritis is a general term that refers to a great number of conditions where there is a loss of viscosity and lubrication of the joint. This begins as mild and occasional inflammation (just like with humans) but then develops into a chronic condition that involves actual deterioration of the cartilage that surrounds the joint.
It’s estimated that as many as 25% of dogs and cats suffer from it.
As the cartilage wears away, the body lays down calcium deposits on the ends of the bones, causing joint pain, discomfort and limiting the range of motion of the joints.
If you have ever suffered from arthritis or any sort of back or joint pain you know how debilitating it can be. In fact, according to an article published in the Huffington Post, “one in three adults who have arthritis also have anxiety or depression.”
When you have such pain you can take various medications to ease the pain. But your pets can do nothing about it. Unless you take proactive steps to help him he is doomed to suffer in pain – and sometimes great pain – indefinitely.
Cats and dogs are highly prone to arthritis … especially as they age.
There are signs that indicate that your pet is suffering from joint pain. It may get up slowly after sleeping. It may be reluctant to run or even walk or have trouble hopping into the car. In the worst cases, he yelps when you pet him.
Experts Agree Dietary Supplements
Can Help Pets Ease Joint Pain and
Lower the Risk of Developing Arthritis
That’s the bad news. The good news is that you can help your pet if he is in pain and you can help him ward off joint disease by natural supplementation.
Many veterinarians, like many doctors, recommend drugs to help pets with pain. But drugs are made from chemicals that have all sorts of negative side effects. When you are feeding your pet drugs you are rolling the dice with his health. There is a better way.
Nancy Scanlan, DVM, president of the Veterinary Botanical Medical Association (VBMA) and a veterinarian at the Sherman Oaks Veterinary Group in California, recommends herbal treatments for animals with arthritis, since herbal medications do not have the adverse effects on liver and kidneys that are often associated with pharmaceuticals.(4)
According to Vetinfo.com:
Joint supplements are commonly used to assist aging dogs or dogs with joint injuries. A dog may receive both relief from pain and improved mobility as he continues to take these supplements.
How Nutritional Supplements
Can Help Your Pet Stay Pain Free!
There are several nutrients that have been shown to support joint health in pets. These nutrients are called cartilage supporting agents because they help promote cartilage health in your cat or dog as he ages.
Cartilage is an elastic tissue that lines the surfaces of the bones in a healthy joint. This tissue provides cushioning to protect the bones from rubbing against each other during movement.
As your pet ages the cartilage may begin to lose water and become dry and less elastic. Your pet’s cartilage may benefit from natural dietary supplementation which can help reduce the risk of cartilage deteriorating.
But, if you’re considering natural supplements to help your pet have a longer and more enjoyable life, there is something you should be aware of.
All Pet Supplements are not the Same!
It is estimated that between 10% and 33% of dogs and cats
in the United States are fed an animal dietary supplement! (1)
According to a CNN.com article, many supplements tested do not contain exactly what they list on the label …
“Dr. Tod Cooperman is president of ConsumerLab.com, which independently tests supplements for humans and animals. In the past few years, his company has reviewed roughly a dozen multivitamins, joint supplements and fish oils for pets and found that about half of the products tested don’t pass.” (CNN.com)(7)
That’s why I’m writing you today.
As a pet lover and owner of a natural health business I want to help my readers keep their pets healthy. And I want them to use natural remedies rather than drugs because natural remedies are safer.
I’ve been thinking about developing a line of natural supplements for pets for many years. But since I was busy with my business and new family I never got around to it.
When we adopted our “new” Duke I started thinking again about my old Duke and decided that now was the time to take care of business. So I called my research team together and told them I wanted us to develop a natural dietary supplement that was of the highest quality … something that I would be confident in giving to my own pet.
I said that we should cut no corners and spare no expense. I wanted my supplement to have everything in it that can give my pet the healthiest and happiest life he could possibly have.
I’m pleased to say that our team at our factory did a fine job. And so, today I’d like to present what we’ve come up with.
Rejointenator is unlike any pet supplement on the market today.
Let me give you a breakdown of what kinds of powerful all natural nutrients are in Rejointenator:
This powerful nutrient is one of the safest and most widely-used remedies for arthritis. It helps rehabilitate damaged cartilage by stimulating the production of glycosaminoglycans (GAGs) and chondroitin sulfate, the essential component of cartilage. Glucosamine has also been shown to have anti-inflammatory activity, which helps to relieve some of the joint pain the pet may be suffering.
Chondroitin Sulfate (Porcine)
Chondroitin Sulfate is another natural medicine found in the body and it works to prevent enzymes from degrading the building blocks of joint cartilage. Chondroitin sulfate is often used in combination with glucosamine. (5)
This natural substance is often recommended by veterinarians for animals with joint conditions. The sulfur in MSM can be utilized by the body in the formation of compounds such as glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate, as well as the amino acids methionine and cysteine. Arthritic joints often have low levels of both sulfur and cysteine. Animal studies have found MSM helps to maintain normal articular cartilage.
Pets can greatly benefit from this vitamin which helps to raise the production of collagen in the body. Collagen is crucial to soft tissue in joints. Additionally, it is also is an antioxidant which destroys the free radicals from internal and external sources that cause damage.
N,N-Dimethylglycine HCl (DMG)
This nutrient is a water soluble amino acid that is in plant and animal cells that help with efficient use of oxygen, energy production, enhancing the immune response and can assist the body in reducing lactic acid buildup in the muscles
Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA)
EPA has been shown to promote a strong immune system and support joint function. In clinical studies using rats EPA was found to prevent the increase in bone fragility in diabetic rats, and that EPA prevented osteopenia even in diabetic rats. (10)
Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA)
DHA is another omega-3 fatty acid. In a trial using rats the omega-3-fed rats had higher values for substances related to good bone health. These findings in animals lend considerable support to the positive role of omega-3 fatty acids in preventing age-induced bone loss. (11)
Manganese (Mn Proteinate)
This natural substance is a trace mineral. The objective of supplementation with trace minerals in animals is to prevent many various health problems. Trace minerals carry out key functions in relation to many metabolic processes, most notably as catalysts for enzymes and hormones, and are essential for optimum health, growth and productivity. For example, supplementary minerals help ensure good growth and bone development. (12)
But What if Your Pet Doesn’t
Isn’t Showing Symptoms Yet?
If your pet doesn’t currently display any symptoms of joint troubles that’s good news. But, if you’re thinking that you don’t need to do anything, you might want to think again.
If you’re ever heard the expression “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure,” you should know exactly what I’m talking about.
My new Duke is not currently showing any joint trouble but I’m not going to wait till he has developed joint and bone problems to start taking care of him. Quite to the contrary, I am making sure he’s getting his daily serving of Rejointenator, so that he’ll have the very best chance of reducing his risk of suffering the agony of bone and joint problems.
At the very early stages of arthritis there is not going to be any sign that arthritis is developing. Since it is known that supplements are effective at slowing down the early progression of arthritis, it may make sense to have a pet already on supplements to slow any arthritis that may develop, or is starting to develop. (9)
Providing Your Family Member with
the Best Pain Supplement Isn’t Cheap
I want to make this clear: Rejointenator isn’t just a run of the mill pet food you go pick up at any local grocery store.
It’s a highly refined combination of top-grade nutraceutical-quality, all natural nutrients that are expensive to produce. In developing this amazing new natural product we relied on all the best research and development that has been done in the past few decades.
I want the best for my little guy. And, I think that you probably want the same for your pet.
My marketing advisors suggested I should charge $69 a month for Rejointenator. And they showed me price comparisons to prove that it would be worth that much.
And in truth, when you consider that if your pet had to get surgery it could cost you as much as $10,000, it does seem like a reasonable price.
But, I know that many people are on a fixed budget, so I haggled with the manufacturer and with me agreeing to buy in a large enough volume to justify a discount, I’m going to be able to offer you a better deal.
I’ll give you the exact numbers in one moment, but first I’d like to tell you one more thing that I think is going to make you feel much better.
You Will Have No Risk
Rejointenator is unique and powerful. I am confident that there is nothing on the market that is nearly as good.
That’s why I’m happy to offer you a no-risk trial so you can see for yourself. In fact, if your
dog is in pain now I’m betting you’ll be so pleased with it that you’ll be scrambling to stock up on it, to make sure you never run out.
But, if for any reason at all you aren’t 100% satisfied after a full 30 days, all you need to do is send back any unused portion or even the empty bottle and I’ll give you a full refund without any hassles.
I couldn’t make this guarantee unless I was absolutely positive that Rejointenator is everything I’ve said it is. And I’m 100% confident you’re going to be very happy you stepped up and decided to give it a try. After all, your pet deserves the chance to enjoy the same protection that you’d want anyone else in your family to have.
Protect Your Pet for the Cost
of a Cup of Coffee a Day
As I explained my marketing team suggested that proper value of a high quality natural dietary pet supplement like Rejointenator would be $69 for a thirty day supply.
But, because I know how special the relationship is between a pet and its owner is, I made a promise to make it affordable for most everyone.
So, although I’ve got my marketing team shaking their heads in disbelief, I’ve come up with a much better price. I can make Rejointenator available to you … not for $69 … and not $59 or $49 but for only $39 – guaranteed!
Yes, you’ve read correctly. I am ready to make available this high grade all natural powerhouse formulation for about what a cup of coffee per day costs.
Please understand, that I can’t guarantee how long I’m going to be able to maintain this exceptionally low price before I raise it up to its real value.
And, you may think that I’m crazy, but because I had to take such a huge initial shipment of the product and my warehouse is stuffed to capacity, I’m even going to offer you the chance to save more money if you’re the kind of person that likes to get a better price by purchasing a small quantity.
The evidence is clear. The same kind of natural dietary supplementation that can help humans can also help pets.
If you want to have the best chance at keeping your loyal companion healthy and happy for as long as possible, then I urge you take action today before the price of Rejointenator goes up to its full value.
President of Naturecast Products
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- 5) http://dels.nas.edu/resources/static-assets/materials-based-on-reports/reports-in-brief/satety_of_dietary_supplements_final.pdf
Chondriotin also is a main component of cartilage and slows damage to it through its action on cells (chondrocytes) that can cause this. (1)
10) Yamada Y, Fushimi H, Inoue T, et al. Effect of eicosapentaenoic acid and docosahexaenoic acid on diabetic osteopenia. Diabetes Res Clin Pract. 1995;30:37-42.
11) Shen CL, Yeh JK, Rasty J, Li Y, Watkins BA. Protective effect of dietary long-chain n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids on bone loss in gonad-intact middle-aged male rats. Br J Nutr. 2006 Mar;95(3):462-8.
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