The human body is a miracle. Under proper circumstances, our body has the potential of renewing and restoring its cells on a daily basis. The result is living a life at an optimal level.
Disease is a process that debilitates the cells of an organism over a period of time.
These debilitated cells are then unable to be renewed, repaired, and regenerated. The damage in the cells can be caused by poor nutrition, dietary deficiencies and excesses, inadequate exercise, stress, and environmental conditions. This applies to human beings and our pets.
A pet’s diet is critical to maintaining good health
Most pets require additional nutrition in order to achieve an optimal level of life. Other important nutritional needs are the result of the pet’s age, the breed, the environment, and many other factors. That is the reason why taking daily supplements for pets is so important.
It has been determined that our pet’s body does best if these supplements are in the form of real food. In that way, our pet is better able to absorb and assimilate these nutrients.
I take daily supplements personally. Each of our bodies is different. Each of us has different nutritional requirements. I want to make sure that my body gets the proper nutrition. Our pets are no different.
Daily supplements for pets work in a way that helps activate the natural regenerative power of debilitated cells
After a while, you start seeing more energy in your pet and a younger appearance.
I have a 8 year old mutt named Romeo– a Corgi/Spitz mix. You’re probably like me. I want what’s best for my dog. I want to give him the opportunity to live a long, healthy and happy life. He is such an important part of our family.
Romeo is definitely one of the best dogs I have ever had. He has been on very nutritional food and daily supplements for pets from the day we picked him up from the pound.
People are amazed at his age. I know that 8 years old is not that old. But he looks like a puppy.
He has great energy and stamina. I don’t mean hyper-energy. He and I go on a 4 mile walk every morning. You have probably seen his picture. He has very short Corgi legs. His little legs really move on our walks. He loves to go on the walks and finishes just as strong as when he starts out.
We meet several people on our walk. Some of them call him “Smiley.” He just looks like he is having a great time.
Romeo will be on nutritional dog food (not food bought in a store) and daily supplements for pets for the rest of his life. I recommend you do the same.