Our Doberman, RCi, Survived 34 Months with Cancer
and lived a quality of life with APA ANTIOXIDANT BOOSTER - an all-natural supplemental product!
(*having no tumor removal, no chemo or radiation treatments. 34 months to a canine is equivelant to 24.3 human years.)
Be proactive with APA ANTIOXIDANT BOOSTER
Did you know Cancer is the #1 killer in dogs and 50% of the dogs that live to six years of age will get some form of cancer (in cats it is 30-60%). So be proactive -- one of the ways is to keep your fur kid’s immune system super-energized with antioxidants! OR if your fur kid(s) has health issues – fight back and give their immune system the ammunition "edge." Antioxidants have been know to reverse and/or combat problems.
Read RCi's Story & her journey
Just like you, your fur kid(s) need antioxidants on a daily basis for a healthy life. The problem is our fur kids are not eating enough natural foods high in antioxidants. And if you cook their food you are cooking out 50-80% of the good nutrients. Our fur kids like us are daily exposed to millions of free radical (toxins) damage just from breathing the air that contains toxins and pollutants, which is both inside and outside of our homes. Free radicals deteriorate the immune system in ALL living things. Gravity naturally pulls toxins and pollutants to the ground outside and to the floors within our homes — our fur kids lay on the floors thus these toxins and pollutants can stick in their coats and eventually can be absorbed through their skin and/or pads of their feet, Unlike us our fur kids do not bathe every day to wash away toxins. Our fur kids innocently sniff around on the ground or bushes and toxins are directly inhale into their respiratory system, they eat things off the floor and/or ground, thus ingest toxins directly.
Especially when they eat grass that has been chemically treated or fertilized or not - remember gravity pulls the toxins in the air to the ground! Also, some of the chemicals used to preserve pet food have revealed to be cancer causing agents. (mouth cancer is the fourth leading cause of cancer death in dogs.) All this exposure may have a cumulative effect and eventually can cause one or more types of cancer to develop.