High Levels of Toxic Industrial Chemicals Contaminate Cats And Dogs

High Levels of Toxic Industrial Chemicals Contaminate Cats And Dogs

Summary and Findings

They are trying their best to warn us.

In the first study of its kind, Environmental Working Group found that American pets are polluted with even higher levels of many of the same synthetic industrial chemicals that researchers have recently found in people, including newborns.

The results show that America’s pets are serving as involuntary sentinels of the widespread chemical contamination that scientists increasingly link to a growing array of health problems across a wide range of animals—wild, domesticated and human.

Detailed findings

Dogs:The 20 dogs tested included 5 mutts or mixes and 15 dogs of 7 different breeds, including a Pug, Great Dane, Dachshund, Great Pyrenees, and others. In the group, 12 dogs were female and 8 male; ages ranged between 6 months and 12 years (average age 6.3 years). The laboratory analyzed composite blood and urine samples collected from the animals. The dogs’ blood and urine was contaminated with 35 chemicals altogether. These included 7 chemicals (20%) with average levels at least 5 times higher than typical levels in people, and another 7 chemicals with average levels up to 5 times amounts found in people. Relative to people, dogs showed high levels of stain- and grease-proof chemicals (perfluorochemicals in the Teflon family), plastics chemicals called phthalates, and fire retardants called PBDEs:

  • Teflon chemicals – Highest levels. Tests showed 6 of 13 perfluorochemicals present in dog blood, with five at levels higher than those in more than 80 percent of people tested nationally, including 2 at levels more than 5 times higher than average amounts in people. Dogs were polluted with 2 chemicals in the Teflon family of stain- and grease-proof coatings (perfluorochemicals) at higher levels than any detected in people in national studies by EWG and CDC (perfluorobutanoic acid (PFBA) and perfluorohexanoic sulfonate (PFHxS)). Only PFOA (perfluorooctanoic acid), known as the “Teflon chemical” because it has been used to make Teflon and other non-stick pans, was detected at levels in the range of what is typically found in people (45th percentile) as opposed to far in excess. For dogs likely sources of exposure include food contaminated with PFCs leaching from dog food bag coatings, as well as house dust, and stain-proofed furniture, dog beds, and carpets.

 

  • Toxins in plastic toys and medicines. Dogs were contaminated with breakdown products of four plastic softeners (phthalates) at average levels higher than those in more than 80 percent of Americans tested nationally, at levels ranging between 1.1 and 4.5 times the average concentrations in people. These included breakdown products of DEHP, DBP, and DBzP, which are used in veterinary medicines, plastic containers and toys, shampoos, and a huge range of other consumer products. Six of 7 phthalate breakdown products were found in dogs altogether. These chemicals pose risks for reproductive damage, birth defects, and cancer.

 

  • Fire retardants in bedding, house dust, and food. Dog samples contained 19 different fire retardant chemicals known as PBDEs, or polybrominated diphenyl ethers, of 46 chemicals tested. Compared to people, levels were very elevated for highly brominated forms of these chemicals, with 5 compounds that are octaBDEs, nonaBDEs, and decaBDE found at levels higher than between 97 and 99 percent of people tested nationally, ranging up to 17 times the average amounts in people. PBDEs disrupt the normal functioning of thyroid hormones and pose risks to the brain during development. For dogs, potential sources of exposure include foam furniture and bedding manufactured before 2005, contaminated air and house dust, and food contaminated with PBDEs that pollute the environment, especially seafood.

Cats:Veterinary technicians collected blood and urine samples from 37 cats, which included 13 female and 21 males cats (gender not reported for 3 cats). The group included cats with ages from 9 months to 17 years. The laboratory analyzed blood and urine samples composited from all the animals. The cats’ blood and urine was contaminated with 46 chemicals altogether. These included 25 chemicals (54%) with average levels at least 5 times higher than typical levels in people, and another 18 chemicals (39%) with average levels up to 5 times amounts found in people. Relative to people, cats showed very high levels of neurotoxic fire retardants called PBDEs and methylmercury, a pollutant from coal power plants and a common seafood contaminant.

  • Teflon chemicals. Cats were polluted with 8 of 13 chemicals tested in the Teflon family of stain and grease-proof coatings (perfluorochemicals, or PFCs), including 6 at very high levels, above amounts found in between 89 and 99 percent of people tested in national studies, and 4 found at levels more than 5 times average amounts in people. The Scotchgard chemical PFOS, phased out of use by 3M over health concerns in 2000, was found at markedly low levels in cats, at one-quarter of the levels in dogs and in amounts lower than those found in 91 percent of people tested in national studies. PFOA, the “Teflon chemical”, was detected at levels in the range of what is typically found in people (45th percentile). The skewed profiles of PFC exposures in cats relative to humans, with 6 different PFCs occurring at levels far in excess of those typical in people, suggests that cats may have unique exposures or different metabolic responses compared to people. Likely sources of PFCs in cats include food contaminated with PFCs leaching from food bag coatings, house dust, and stain-proofed furniture, cat beds, and carpets.

 

  • Toxins in plastic toys and medicines. Cats’ samples contained 6 out of 7 breakdown products of five industrial plasticizers called phthalates. Cats were polluted with the breakdown product of DMP (dimethyl phthalate) at an average level higher than amounts in every one of more than 5,500 people tested by CDC. In addition to its use in plastics and other consumer products, DMP is an insect repellant with reported uses in flea and tick collars and veterinary medicines. Cats’ samples contained other phthalate breakdown products at low to moderate levels, in excess of amounts found in between 4 and 76 percent of Americans tested in national studies. Cats can be exposed to phthalates from veterinary medicines, plastic containers and toys, and a huge range of other consumer products. Phthalates raise risks for reproductive damage, birth defects, and cancer.

 

  • Fire retardants in bedding, house dust, and food. Cat samples contained 29 of 46 different fire retardant chemicals known as PBDEs, or polybrominated diphenyl ethers, with 16 found at levels higher than amounts in any of the 100 to 2,000 people tested for these chemicals in national studies. The total concentration of all PBDEs in cats was higher than levels in 98 percent of Americans tested, and 26 of 29 individual PBDE chemicals found were at average levels in excess of what is found in 90 percent of the U.S. population. For cats, potential sources of exposure include foam furniture and bedding manufactured before 2005, contaminated air and house dust, and food contaminated with PBDEs that pollute the environment, especially seafood.

Conclusions

The body burden testing conducted in this investigation is the most expansive ever published for companion animals. The study indicates that cats and dogs are exposed to complex mixtures of industrial chemicals, often at levels far in excess of those found in people. Our pets well may be serving as sentinels for our own health, as they breathe in, ingest or absorb the same chemicals that are in our environments. Exposures that pose risks for pets pose risks for human health as well. A new system of public health protections that required companies to prove chemicals are safe before they are sold would help protect all of us, including the pets we love.

We can help ensure great pet health

Taken daily, small amounts of high-quality colloidal silver will greatly improve your pet’s health.

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Natural Healthcare for Pets

We all love our pets and want to keep them healthy.  But just by the nature of pets, they travel in different worlds than we do.  They play and romp outside through the bushes and in the dirt. That’s what pets do.  So how do you protect them from ticks and other insect bites? What can you do to insure that your cat or dog is in optimum health? You can give them daily drops of NutraSilver® in their food or water.  NutraSilver®, in FDA-certified in-vitro lab tests, demonstrated that it can kill water-borne pathogens and serious infections quickly and safely.

What if Your Pet Gets an Eye Infection?

Eye infections are common to most pets and are easily stopped using NutraSilver.  Simply squirt a small amount of NutraSilver into your pets upper and lower eyelids twice a day and watch the infection heal rapidly.

What Are the Symptoms of Lyme Disease in Dogs?

The symptoms of Lyme disease in dogs differ from those in people, and usually occur much later after the tick bite. Clinical illness in dogs usually occurs 2 to 5 months after a bite from an infected tick. Cats can develop Lyme disease, but it occurs rarely in them, even in endemic areas. Other domestic animals such as horses and bulls have contracted Lyme disease, but it does not appear to be a significant problem. Dogs show several different forms of the disease, but by far, the most common symptoms are a fever of between 103 and 105°, lameness, swelling in the joints, swollen lymph nodes, lethargy, and loss of appetite.

General Health and Prevention for Dogs

puppy and kitten

Depending upon the weight of your dog, we offer the following guidelines:

  • 2 – 20 pounds: 3 drops a day
  • 20 – 40 pounds: 5 drops a day
  • 40 – 70 pounds: 6 drops a day
  • Over 70 pounds: 7 drops a day

It is best to place the drops directly on their food.

How About Cats?

kittens playing

Depending upon the weight of your cat, we offer the following guidelines for general health:

  • 2 – 20 pounds: 3 drops a day
  • 20 – 40 pounds: 5 drops a day

It is best to place the drops directly on their food.

Parvovirus Kills Dogs, Especially Puppies

Wikipedia Says;

Canine parvovirus type 2 (CPV2, colloquially parvo) is a contagious virus mainly affecting dogs. The disease is highly contagious and is spread from dog to dog by direct or indirect contact with their feces. It can be especially severe in puppies that are not protected by maternal antibodies or vaccination. It has two distinct presentations, a cardiac and intestinal form. The common signs of the intestinal form are severe vomiting and dysentery. The cardiac form causes respiratory or cardiovascular failure in young puppies. Treatment often involves veterinary hospitalization. Vaccines can prevent this infection, but mortality can reach 91% in untreated cases. Canine parvovirus will not infect humans.

Parvovirus Treatment

Treatment ideally also consists of crystalloid IV fluids and/or colloids, antinausea injections (antiemetics) such as metoclopramide, dolasetron, ondansetron and prochlorperazine, and antibiotic injections such as cefoxitin, metronidazole, timentin, or enrofloxacin. IV fluids are administered and antinausea and antibiotic injections are given subcutaneously, intramuscularly, or intravenously. The fluids are typically a mix of a sterile, balanced electrolyte solution, with an appropriate amount of B-complex vitamins, dextrose and potassium chloride. Analgesic medications such as buprenorphine are also used to counteract the intestinal discomfort caused by frequent bouts of diarrhea.

In addition to fluids given to achieve adequate rehydration, each time the puppy vomits or has diarrhea in a significant quantity, an equal amount of fluid is administered intravenously. The fluid requirements of a patient are determined by the animal’s body weight, weight changes over time, degree of dehydration at presentation and surface area. Untreated cases of CPV2 have a mortality rate approaching 91%. With aggressive therapy, survival rates may approach 80-95%.  Can you imagine the costs?

Killer Virus

Parvovirus is a viral disease of dogs. It affects puppies much more frequently than it affects adult dogs. The virus likes to grow in rapidly dividing cells. The intestinal lining has the biggest concentration of rapidly dividing cells in a puppy’s body. The virus attacks and kills these cells, causing diarrhea (often bloody), depression and suppression of white blood cells — which come from another group of rapidly dividing cells. In very young puppies it can infect the heart muscle and lead to “sudden” death.

Parvovirus Vaccination

Parvovirus is probably the most common viral illness of dogs at the present time. It is much more common in puppies than it is in adult dogs. It can be very hard to successfully vaccinate a puppy for this disease because the antibody protection the puppy acquires from its mother can interfere with vaccination. Many vets recommend vaccinating puppies every three to four weeks for this virus starting at 6 weeks of age and continuing until they are at least 16 weeks of age and preferably 20 weeks of age. It is possible that this vaccine confers lifelong immunity once it does work but most veterinarians continue to recommend yearly vaccination for it. It seems prudent to at least get the vaccination at one year of age. Since it is combined with the other vaccines it is often easier just to give it yearly with them.

What are the symptoms of Parvo?

“Parvo” is a virus that attacks the lining of the digestive system. It causes dogs and puppies to not be able to absorb nutrients or liquids. Puppies are especially prone to it because they have an immature immune system. When dogs and puppies contract parvo, they often have diarrhea, vomiting and lethargy. Usually they stop eating and develop a bloody, foul-smelling, liquid stool.

Symptoms usually begin with a high fever, lethargy, depression, and loss of appetite. Secondary symptoms appear as severe gastrointestinal distress, such as vomiting and bloody diarrhea. In many cases, dehydration, shock, and death follow.

Parvovirus is characterized by severe, bloody diarrhea and vomiting, high fever and lethargy. The diarrhea is particularly foul smelling and is sometimes yellow in color. Parvo can also attack a dog’s heart causing congestive heart failure. This complication can occur months or years after an apparent recovery from the intestinal form of the disease. Puppies who survive parvo infection usually remain somewhat un-healthy and weak for life.

My Attorney’s Dog Had 6 Puppies

These puppies didn't make it....

All 6 puppies contracted Parvovirus. I was successful in convincing her to give NutraSilver to 2 of the puppies.  Unfortunately, the other 4 puppies died. She was heart-broken.  She told me that she felt guilty because she had only given NutraSilver to two puppies and she should have given NutraSilver to all of them. Hindsight…..

NutraSilver Kills Viruses in Dogs

Dr. Haripriya Dillon, ND          April, 2010
“My young dog’s eye started to get a little bloodshot, but I did not pay much attention to it until it became glossed over like a caterac was forming.  Then the eyeball got huge like a big red marble…twice the size of a normal eye, and was full of a pussy substance.  I wasn’t sure if it was a simple infection, or if there was something that got under the eyeball.”

“The eye is about 80% healed, and it seems that the color is coming back as well. I was afraid they might have had to remove the eyeball it was so awful looking, but I am convinced that the strong anti-biotic properties of NutraSilver has been the main ingredient in healing my darling doggie.  I shall continue it, until all the red is gone, and her eye is as normal as it can be restored to.”

These puppies were given NutraSilver and survived....

Customer-generated Suggested General Health for Dogs

Depending upon the weight of your dog, we offer the following guidelines:

  • 2 – 20 pounds: 3 drops a day
  • 20 – 40 pounds: 5 drops a day
  • 40 – 70 pounds: 6 drops a day
  • Over 70 pounds: 7 drops a day

It is best to place the drops directly on their food.

NutraSilver® Money-back GuaranteeNutraSilver 60 Day Guarantee

We pledge to our customers that NutraSilver® will satisfy your reason for purchasing. Therefore, NutraSilver® comes with a money back guarantee for 60 days from shipment.

 

NutraSilver Can Be a Wonderful, Inexpensive Natural Remedy for Pets

No matter what kind of pet you have, NutraSilver can kill the germs in their bodies.

We all love our pets and want to keep them healthy. But just by the nature of pets, they travel in different worlds than we do. They play and romp outside through the bushes and in the dirt. That’s what pets do. So how do you protect them from ticks and other insect bites? What can you do to insure that your cat or dog is in optimum health? You can give them daily drops of NutraSilver in their food or water. NutraSilver, in FDA-certified in-vitro independent lab tests, demonstrated that it can kill water-borne pathogens quickly and safely.

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Pet Health

Dr. Haripriya Dillon, NDApril, 2010

“My young dog’s eye started to get a little bloodshot, but I did not pay much attention to it until it became glossed over like a caterac was forming. Then the eyeball got huge like a big red marble…twice the size of a normal eye, and was full of a pussy substance. I wasn’t sure if it was a simple infection, or if there was something that got under the eyeball.”
“The eye is about 80% healed, and it seems that the color is coming back as well. I was afraid they might have had to remove the eyeball it was so awful looking, but I am convinced that the strong anti-biotic properties of NutraSilver has been the main ingredient in healing my darling doggie. I shall continue it, until all the red is gone, and her eye is as normal as it can be restored to.”
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NutraSilver® Can Be a Wonderful Natural Remedy for Pets

No matter what kind of pet you have, NutraSilver can kill the germs in their bodies.

We all love our pets and want to keep them healthy. But just by the nature of pets, they travel in different worlds than we do. They play and romp outside through the bushes and in the dirt. That’s what pets do. So how do you protect them from ticks and other insect bites? What can you do to insure that your cat or dog is in optimum health? You can give them daily drops of NutraSilver® in their food or water. NutraSilver®, in FDA-certified in-vitro independent lab tests, demonstrated that it can kill water-borne pathogens quickly and safely.

What if Your Pet Gets an Eye Infection?

Eye infections are common to most pets and are easily stopped using NutraSilver. Simply squirt a small amount of NutraSilver® into your pets upper and lower eyelids twice a day and watch the infection heal rapidly.

What Are the Symptoms of Lyme in Dogs?

The symptoms of Lyme in dogs differ from those in people, and usually occur much later after the tick bite. Clinical illness in dogs usually occurs 2 to 5 months after a bite from an infected tick. Cats can develop Lyme disease, but it occurs rarely in them, even in endemic areas. Other domestic animals such as horses have contracted Lyme disease, but it does not appear to be a significant problem. Dogs show several different forms of the disease, but by far, the most common symptoms are a fever of between 103 and 105°, lameness, swelling in the joints, swollen lymph nodes, lethargy, and loss of appetite.

Customer-generated Suggested General Health for Dogs

Depending upon the weight of your dog, we offer the following guidelines:+

  • 2 – 20 pounds: 3 drops a day
  • 20 – 40 pounds: 5 drops a day
  • 40 – 70 pounds: 6 drops a day
  • Over 70 pounds: 7 drops a day

It is best to place the drops directly on their food.

How About Cats?

Depending upon the weight of your cat, we offer the following guidelines for general health:

  • 2 – 20 pounds: 3 drops a day
  • 20 – 40 pounds: 5 drops a day

 It is best to place the drops directly on their food.

NutraSilver Money-back GuaranteeNutraSilver 60 Day Guarantee

We pledge to our customers that NutraSilver® will satisfy your reason for purchasing. Therefore, NutraSilver comes with a money back guarantee for 60 days from shipment.

Do You Have a Testimonial About Your Pet?

Why not share it with us and others? We will keep your identity confidential and you can easily write up your testimonial by clicking here. We would love to hear your success stories using NutraSilver.

Great Health for Your Pets, the Natural, Inexpensive Way

NutraSilver Can Be a Wonderful Natural Remedy for Pets

No matter what kind of pet you have, NutraSilver can kill the germs in their bodies.

We all love our pets and want to keep them healthy.  But just by the nature of pets, they travel in different worlds than we do.  They play and romp outside through the bushes and in the dirt. That’s what pets do.  So how do you protect them from ticks and other insect bites? What can you do to insure that your cat or dog is in optimum health? You can give them daily drops of NutraSilver in their food or water.  NutraSilver, in FDA-certified in-vitro independent lab tests, demonstrated that it can kill water-borne pathogens quickly and safely.

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Pet Health

    Dr. Haripriya Dillon, ND          April, 2010
“My young dog’s eye started to get a little bloodshot, but I did not pay much attention to it until it became glossed over like a caterac was forming.  Then the eyeball got huge like a big red marble…twice the size of a normal eye, and was full of a pussy substance.  I wasn’t sure if it was a simple infection, or if there was something that got under the eyeball.”“The eye is about 80% healed, and it seems that the color is coming back as well. I was afraid they might have had to remove the eyeball it was so awful looking, but I am convinced that the strong anti-biotic properties of NutraSilver has been the main ingredient in healing my darling doggie.  I shall continue it, until all the red is gone, and her eye is as normal as it can be restored to.”

_________________________________________________________________

NutraSilver® Can Be a Wonderful Natural Remedy for Pets

No matter what kind of pet you have, NutraSilver can kill the germs in their bodies.

We all love our pets and want to keep them healthy.  But just by the nature of pets, they travel in different worlds than we do.  They play and romp outside through the bushes and in the dirt. That’s what pets do.  So how do you protect them from ticks and other insect bites? What can you do to insure that your cat or dog is in optimum health? You can give them daily drops of NutraSilver® in their food or water.  NutraSilver®, in FDA-certified in-vitro independent lab tests, demonstrated that it can kill water-borne pathogens quickly and safely.

What if Your Pet Gets an Eye Infection?

Eye infections are common to most pets and are easily stopped using NutraSilver.  Simply squirt a small amount of NutraSilver® into your pets upper and lower eyelids twice a day and watch the infection heal rapidly.

What Are the Symptoms of Lyme in Dogs?

The symptoms of Lyme in dogs differ from those in people, and usually occur much later after the tick bite. Clinical illness in dogs usually occurs 2 to 5 months after a bite from an infected tick. Cats can develop Lyme disease, but it occurs rarely in them, even in endemic areas. Other domestic animals such as horses have contracted Lyme disease, but it does not appear to be a significant problem. Dogs show several different forms of the disease, but by far, the most common symptoms are a fever of between 103 and 105°, lameness, swelling in the joints, swollen lymph nodes, lethargy, and loss of appetite.

Customer-generated Suggested General Health for Dogs

Depending upon the weight of your dog, we offer the following guidelines:

  • 2 – 20 pounds: 3 drops a day
  • 20 – 40 pounds: 5 drops a day
  • 40 – 70 pounds: 6 drops a day
  • Over 70 pounds: 7 drops a day

It is best to place the drops directly on their food.

How About Cats? 

Depending upon the weight of your cat, we offer the following guidelines for general health:

  •   2 – 20 pounds: 3 drops a day
  • 20 – 40 pounds: 5 drops a day

It is best to place the drops directly on their food.

NutraSilver Money-back GuaranteeNutraSilver 60 Day Guarantee

We pledge to our customers that NutraSilver® will satisfy your reason for purchasing. Therefore, NutraSilver comes with a money back guarantee for 60 days from shipment.

Do You Have a Testimonial About Your Pet?

Why not share it with us and others?  We will keep your identity confidential and you can easily write up your testimonial by clicking here. We would love to hear your success stories using NutraSilver.

Naturopathic Doctor Saves Dog’s Eye with NutraSilver

Dr. Haripriya Dillon, ND    April, 2010

Hello,

I have always used natural methods to heal myself, my pets, and my clients, as I am a professional Naturopathic Doctor.  Occasionally, I will use western medicine for diagnosis, or things like broken bones etc., but for the most part I always resort to Mother Nature.  So!  I started the regime.

My young dog’s eye started to get a little bloodshot, but I did not pay much attention to it until it became glossed over like a caterac was forming.  Then the eyeball got huge like a big red marble…twice the size of a normal eye, and was full of a pussy substance.  I wasn’t sure if it was a simple infection, or if there was something that got under the eyeball.

First off, I checked all my Natural Healing books for Animals, trying one thing or the other, but it did not seem to improve and was really scary looking.  Imagine a huge bright RED clouded over Pop Eye.  Finally,  I took her to the vet to have it checked but the vet advised I take her to an eye specialist vet.  As it was the weekend that vet was not available, but she did get back to me on the phone.  I described the eye to her in detail, and she thought it was some kind of infection and would require a very very strong anti-biotic dropped into the eye every hour.  Well, there was no way to get the antibiotic as the office was closed, nor did I want to use antibiotics.

I put a few drops of NutraSilver into the corner of the dog’s eye several times a day (about 4) and also squirted some into her mouth as well.  She actually seemed to like the taste, and never pulled away when I told her to take her medicine.  I have used a few other natural products, such as homeopathy and stem cell enhancement, and cell salts…but the main remedy I have used the entire time is NutraSilver.  I am still using it.

The eye is about 80% healed, and it seems that the color is coming back as well. I was afraid they might have had to remove the eyeball it was so awful looking, but I am convinced that the strong anti-biotic properties of NutraSilver has been the main ingredient in healing my darling doggie.  I shall continue it, until all the red is gone, and her eye is as normal as it can be restored to.  My other dog Puja, sees me giving Kumari her “meds” and wants some too…so I give her a squirt now and then, and she seems to like it as well.  Go Figure!

Health Secrets for Your Pet

Most people consider their pets a part of the family.  They play with and show love to their owners, attempt to protect them, and even grow sad if separated from them.  Why not reward this loyalty with protection for them?  Colloidal silver products are safe for pets to use and can help protect them from the many disease-laden things they are exposed to outside.  Insect bites, tick bites, plants, other animals, and infected surfaces can transfer disease to your four-legged friends.  The antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral properties of silver can help keep them in general health and keep them active as long as possible.

The antibacterial properties of silver have long been recognized.  Even the Ancient Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans wrote about some medical applications of silver.  Explorers for many years have used silver to purify water.  In fact, silver is used in water purification in many countries around the world and for the astronauts in the space program.  Colloidal silver products were used widely in the United States before antibiotics were introduced.  This natural mineral is an effective defense against pathogens without the harsh side effects of synthetic chemical drugs.  Your pets can benefit from these pathogen-destroying properties.

A colloidal silver breakthrough manufacturing technology has made it possible to get a product 2,000 times more powerful than traditional colloidal silver products.  Nano-sized silver particles are suspended in a clustered double-distilled water at high concentration levels.  The silver is from real silver mines, rather than electrically engineered, and there are no silver salts or silver nitrates, which are the causes of Argyria. In tests, this amazing organic substance killed 1.33 billion MRSA cells (those resistant to common antibiotics) in sixty seconds.  This true colloidal silver has zero toxicity levels and is safe for children and pets.  It is even effective against Lyme disease in humans and dogs.

Lyme shows up in dogs about two to five months after the tick bearing the B. Burgdorferi bacteria that causes the disease actually bites the animal.  Different dogs respond uniquely to the illness, but a fever is usually present (102 to 105 degrees).  Also, common symptoms include lameness, lethargy, swollen joints and lymph nodes, and a decrease in appetite.  A daily dose of specially manufactured true colloidal silver can help lift your pet’s immune system and heal infections and diseases.  Some pet parents have even treated eye infections by placing a drop in the upper and lower lids twice a day, resulting in a complete eradication of the infection.  This is truly a great way to avoid costly vet bill while extending the life and well-being of your pet.

NutraSilver Testimonials Dr. Haripriya Dillon, ND April, 2010
“My young dog’s eye started to get a little bloodshot, but I did not pay much attention to it until it became glossed over like a caterac was forming.  Then the eyeball got huge like a big red marble…twice the size of a normal eye, and was full of a pussy substance.  I wasn’t sure if it was a simple infection, or if there was something that got under the eyeball.” 

“The eye is about 80% healed, and it seems that the color is coming back as well. I was afraid they might have had to remove the eyeball it was so awful looking, but I am convinced that the strong anti-biotic properties of NutraSilver has been the main ingredient in healing my darling doggie.  I shall continue it, until all the red is gone, and her eye is as normal as it can be restored to.”

NutraSilver® Is a Natural Remedy for Pets

NutraSilver Pet Health
No matter what kind of pet you have, NutraSilver® can kill the pathogens in their bodies

We all love our pets and want to keep them healthy.  But just by the nature of pets, they travel in different worlds than we do.  They play and romp outside through the bushes and in the dirt. That’s what pets do.  So how do you protect them from ticks and other insect bites? What can you do to insure that your cat or dog is in optimum health? You can give them daily drops of NutraSilver® in their food or water.  NutraSilver®, in FDA-certified in-vitro lab tests, demonstrated that it can kill water-borne pathogens and serious infections quickly and safely.

General Health and Prevention for Dogs

Depending upon the weight of your dog, we offer the following guidelines:

  • 2 – 20 pounds: 3 drops a day
  • 20 – 40 pounds: 5 drops a day
  • 40 – 70 pounds: 6 drops a day
  • Over 70 pounds: 7 drops a day

It is best to place the drops directly on their food.

How About Cats?Cat Diseases

Depending upon the weight of your cat, we offer the following guidelines for general health:

  • 2 – 20 pounds: 3 drops a day
  • 20 – 40 pounds: 5 drops a day

It is best to place the drops directly on their food.


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Naturopathic Doctor Saves Dog’s Eye with NutraSilver

Dr. Haripriya Dillon, ND April, 2010

Hello,

I have always used natural methods to heal myself, my pets, and my clients, as I am a professional Naturopathic Doctor.  Occasionally, I will use western medicine for diagnosis, or things like broken bones etc., but for the most part I always resort to Mother Nature.  So!  I started the regime.

My young dog’s eye started to get a little bloodshot, but I did not pay much attention to it until it became glossed over like a caterac was forming.  Then the eyeball got huge like a big red marble…twice the size of a normal eye, and was full of a pussy substance.  I wasn’t sure if it was a simple infection, or if there was something that got under the eyeball.

First off, I checked all my Natural Healing books for Animals, trying one thing or the other, but it did not seem to improve and was really scary looking.  Imagine a huge bright RED clouded over Pop Eye.  Finally,  I took her to the vet to have it checked but the vet advised I take her to an eye specialist vet.  As it was the weekend that vet was not available, but she did get back to me on the phone.  I described the eye to her in detail, and she thought it was some kind of infection and would require a very very strong anti-biotic dropped into the eye every hour.  Well, there was no way to get the antibiotic as the office was closed, nor did I want to use antibiotics.

I put a few drops of NutraSilver into the corner of the dog’s eye several times a day (about 4) and also squirted some into her mouth as well.  She actually seemed to like the taste, and never pulled away when I told her to take her medicine.  I have used a few other natural products, such as homeopathy and stem cell enhancement, and cell salts…but the main remedy I have used the entire time is NutraSilver.  I am still using it.

The eye is about 80% healed, and it seems that the color is coming back as well. I was afraid they might have had to remove the eyeball it was so awful looking, but I am convinced that the strong anti-biotic properties of NutraSilver has been the main ingredient in healing my darling doggie.  I shall continue it, until all the red is gone, and her eye is as normal as it can be restored to.  My other dog Puja, sees me giving Kumari her “meds” and wants some too…so I give her a squirt now and then, and she seems to like it as well.  Go Figure!        http://www.nutrasilver.com


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