Saturday, Sep. 28th 2013


Veterinary Alternatives September/October  2013 Newsletter

PENTAGENESIS is here!  I am very excited to introduce this new supplement.  As many of you know, I carry very little inventory at the moment due to space considerations.  Because of this, I am reluctant to purchase new lines, and often will only consider a supplement after I have had personal experience with it and have found it to be safe and effective.  I have decided to carry Pentagenesis after hearing glowing reviews about the product itself as well as many of its component ingredients at a recent conference I attended.  Several different speakers mentioned these things in their talks about a variety of different pet health issues.  So I am dedicating this newsletter to this product and its ingredients to give you a better understanding of why I am so excited about it and proud to offer it as another tool in my toolbox to keep your pets healthy.
Here are the ingredients with a brief discussion of how they can help your pet.
1. Bioactive Velvet Antler—Fermented from antlers in the actively growing “velvet” stage from New Zealand Red Deer, this product is loaded with growth factors that stimulate cell healing, red blood cell production, and stem cell activation.  The fermentation process makes the active factors more available to your pet’s system for use.  Contains amino acids, Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids, collagen, and much more.
2. Perna—from Green-lipped Mussel—contains many nutrients shown to be effective in joint protection and healing including glycosaminoglycans (joint fluid), chondroitin, hyaluronic acid, and proteoglycans.
3. Colostrum—has 97 immune factors and 87 growth factors.  Acts as an adaptogen, helping the body rejuvenate and strengthens the immune system.
4. Porphyra or red algae, is a seaweed rich in micro-minerals, amino acids, and unsaturated fatty acids which all speed healing in the body.
5. Thymus extract—this glandular tissue concentrate contains hormones that may aid in healing of thymus disorders and enhance immunity.  There is some indication that this has nutrigenomic potential, or the potential to activate genes.
As you can see, this product is a virtual powerhouse of goodness!  I’m so pleased to have it available, and expect it to be especially beneficial for older pets with joint issues and pets with immune dysfunction or in need of wound healing or fighting infection.  Give me a call if you’d like to try it in your pet.  The cost is $40 for a bottle, which will last a larger dog a month and a smaller dog up to two months.

Speaking of supplements and their cost, many of you have been using Missing Link Plus. As I have warned most of you, the cost of this product has gone up slightly. I have just a few more bags available at the $30/bag price, then the cost when I run out of those goes up to $35/bag. The cost has been the same for over five years now, I guess I’ll count that as a blessing. The benefits of this product for joint protection, skin and coat health, and energy levels are very apparent to those of us who use it. I have used it for nearly 20 years now and start all my dogs on it the day I bring them home.

Also, please note there is an additional attachment. If you are interested in the use of essential oils for its effects on concentration, mood, or to treat ADD and autism, please contact me for more information after you see the flyer attached.  If you want to go, you’ll need my membership number…
In other news, I continue to look for a location for an integrative clinic.  Martin City was my first choice but another option on the east side of Raymore has come up that may be better for me.  Please let me know your thoughts—will you come to a clinic regardless of where I put it, or is there a certain distance beyond which you refuse to go? The Raymore location is about half a mile off 291 on 58 highway, so it’s easily accessible.  291 can be easily accessed from 50 highway which is an exit off 470 so even those of you from the Kansas side shouldn’t find it too difficult to get to.  As my real-estate agent pointed out, part of the experience of my holistic practice can be not only the calming and service-oriented atmosphere inside but the lovely drive in the country to get there-very therapeutic!  (oh, yeah, she’s that good).   I welcome your input on this or other topics—always feel free to contact me via email or send me a message on my Facebook page!

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