Sneezy, born 25th May 2000, my male Pekingese doggie is 10 years old. He had a very slow heartbeat ~his medication was Fortekor 5. He just use to lie in a quiet spot in the house or outside under his favorite tree. It always looked as though he had stopped breathing. I would call his name and hold my breath until he slowly responded. He walked very slowly, just like a little old man. He hardly ate any food, and I was slowly saying “goodbye” to Sneezy.
April 200 – I gave him stem cell nutrition everyday which released additional stem cells from his bone marrow and thus, his body’s miraculously started responding to the product ~ 3 days later he was full of bounce and life. He started eating like a horse and started barking at every movement around him. Again, I could not believe his remarkable improvement ~ in just 3 days!
22nd March 2010 ~ Sneezy went to the Vet, for a check-up and the Vet told us that his little heart is normal again! We have weaned him off his heart medication. Wow! I have my little Sneezy back! Sneezy also had large cataracts on his eyes. The cataracts are now very small, not to mention how beautiful his coat is looking. If Sneezy could speak he would like to thank everyone responsible for the discovery of stem cell nutrition.
Christine South Africa
As an animal lover, if it wasn’t for Storm (my female Rottweiler) I would not have pursued the business. Storm is a 14 year old Rotti, weighs 60kg (overweight as she had been spade). She fell in to our empty pool chasing a rat on the 8ft deep side – as she already had bad arthritis in her hind legs and hips, she was walking with great difficulty, and when this happened she could not even get up by herself with this tremendous weight she had on top of it. After an hour struggling we hoisted her with a carpet underneath her belly up to the top. She was totally immobile as she had now hurt the right front and left hind leg. Off to the vet we went. I then remembered that they said our best friends can also use the product, as we are all mammals and I knew very little about stem cells let alone Adult Stem cells. I told the vet I was giving Storm stem cell nutrition as now it was a way for me to be convinced that these tablets actually do work. Within 2 days she could help herself up with difficulty but she could at least go outside to do her thing – from there it took 2 weeks before she could walk about 20 mtrs to our front gate. Slowly, slowly she started walking with less effort; her cataracts disappeared; her eyes started shining and her coat began to shine beautifully. This accident happened in February 2009. By November she was like a little puppy again – she was playful and very thankful every time she saw me as if she knew whatever I’ve been giving her was working.
Susan South Africa
My dog is a kelpie cross, now 11 years old (getting on for the breed). However she runs around like a 2-year old, racing down to the gate (a distance of about 500m) when we come home and then racing the car back up to the house. This has only happened since we have been giving her stem cell nutrition starting in mid May this year. Before that she was getting a bit lazy and waiting for us near the house.
My dog Djapana has her own website and she put up a post on May 20 about her stem cell nutrition – http://howtolookafteryourdog.com I would like you to have a look at it. Djapana is building her web presence as an advocate for the health and treatment of dogs and this is the reason for her site. We have great plans for the future!!!
xxx Gloria Perth, WA
Here is my brief testimonial about my dog, Thalia.
Thalia, my 10 year old Rottweiler whom I rescued 3½ years ago, nearly passed over the end of July 2009. She has been gradually coming back to health since, yet the soft-tissue damage in the middle of her back – apparently sustained from an accident as a puppy – continued to bother her. She was often rolling on the ground /patio / driveway to relieve whatever she was feeling. Whenever I ran my hand down her back, she would flinch and the muscles there would spasm.
Well, after only 1 week on stem cell nutrition, Thalia is no longer doing any of that and I can even rub my hands all over her back without any response but pleasure! Her personality has become much more outgoing and obviously happy, not only asking for cuddles from me but also from visitors. Previously, she stayed out of sight most of the time, resting. In addition, Thalia’s entire body is rapidly getting stronger now and her previously bowed legs – apparently from osteoarthritis in her hips – are now straight.
Blessings, Jane, York WA
Buster, my Staffy/Healer, used to slobber all night – sort of anxiety, as he wanted to be close to us. He also used to bark at 5am for a wee break, and 6.30am for another. He is 9 years old and was a little stiff in his joints. Since taking the stem cell nutrition, he has stopped all of these symptoms. This took 7 days to kick in.
We give him stem cell nutrition daily mixed in with his rice and raw meat/sardines and pellets in the evening. He weighs about 19 kgs.
Susan R. Perth, WA
I have a miniature black poodle called Snuffy who is 6 years old and weighs 6kg. Originally his fur was jet black, but when he was about 2 years old his fur changed to a blackish grey colour. I have been giving him stem cell nutrition for 9 months. I often forget to give him his capsules, so he probably has been getting them on average 2 to 3 times per week.
For about the last 2 weeks we have noticed a black line on Snuffy’s back, and we thought one of the kids must have accidentally spilt a drink on him. On Friday, I took Snuffy to his dog groomer to have his 2 monthly haircut and shampoo, expecting the line to wash off. But when I picked him up, his dog groomer told me that Snuffy was growing back his black “puppy fur” and showed me the black line on his back (and tail) that was still there! (see
photos below) For me, this is a miracle. Sometimes I feel like these kinds of things always seem to happen to other people but not to me. For something like this to happen in my own family, makes it all feel so much more real. I am inspired now to make sure he gets his stem cell nutrition every day, to see how quickly all his black fur grows back. Perhaps his dislocating knee caps in his back legs will start to get better too!
Fiona F. Perth WA
Dog With Bad Eye
The last two photos belong to our neighbour’s dog. Judy, the dog owner, always has 3 dogs. One of the dogs died so now she felt she needed a replacement so she went to the Humane Society to see if they had a dog she might like. Well, when she saw this little dog that had one eye ball almost hanging out of its head she immediately asked one of the care takers: what happened to that little puppy? They said the best thing they could guess is that it was abused likely by its owner. They probably kicked it with their shoe and the tip of the shoe hit the dog in the eye and nearly pulled it out of its head. My wife and I saw the dog shortly after she got it. She felt so sorry for the puppy she decided she would doctor the little thing back to normal if she could. She knew we had some stem cell nutrition, so she called us to see if she could bring her puppy up to us and see if our stuff might help it. We told Judy that very likely stem cell nutrition would correct the problem in a short period of time.
She asked: “How long do you think it would take for the stuff to work”. I said, “Judy, if it takes 6 months to get the eye back to normal would that make you happy?” She said, “YES”!! Well, in one month the dog was NORMAL!!!!!!!!!!!
“BAILEY” – Arthritis
In July 2010, my 1 year old Kelpie X, Bailey, started limping badly on his front legs. X-Rays confirmed that it was elbow and shoulder dysplasia in both front legs which had caused arthritis. I started him on stem cell nutrition in September and within 3 weeks he had stopped limping. I had radiographs taken 6 weeks later which showed that the arthritis in his shoulders had disappeared (the vet, of course, blamed a misdiagnoses of the x-rays taken). The specialist could also not get a pain response from my dog (despite his best efforts) from his elbows. Bailey may still have elbow dysplasia but it causes him no pain. He is on a maintenance dose of stem cell nutrition everyday and has not limped since. I am grateful for this product. Every time we take Bailey for a run he outruns our other dog and only just over a year ago he struggled to even walk.
Our German Shepherd, Major’s hips were X-rayed when he was 10 weeks old. He had severe hip dysplasia, but showed no signs. I took him to a veterinarian surgeon for an opinion. Major would not let her touch him, so I ran him in large circles, both ways, so she could see how he did. She could not justify surgery on him at that time and said to wait and see. When Major was 6 ½ years old he started limping on his right hind leg, which was his bad side. He then couldn’t jump on our bed anymore and didn’t run up and down the fence line when he went outside. He was hurting and not a happy dog. I gave him aspirin, but that only masked the problem. When I walked behind him, I could see his right hip stick out. I thought the time had come for the surgery.
I started taking stem cell nutrition myself for my lung problems and was pleasantly surprised how well I did after 3 weeks, so I purchased some for Major. After 1 week on the product, Major didn’t limp anymore! A couple of days later he was back to his old self, running around and jumping up and down from the bed again. The amazing part was that his right hip went back into place! Had I known that was going to happen, I would have taken a before picture! Major is once again a happy, healthy puppy thanks to stem cell nutrition.
Linda Rubin Florida
Dog’s Hip Pain Gone
I have two dogs, each six years old, with chronic health issues. The female, Chocolate Chip, is a lab mix with severe edema, cataracts, and arthritis in her hips. She looked like a large black sausage with legs. Hip pain kept her from enjoying a run in the yard.
The male, Raybear, is a chow mix, whose left back leg was badly maimed by a car. For most of his life, he has used only one back leg to get around. He had become weak, listless, and showed little interest in getting up and participating in life. Now, eight weeks after beginning both of my dogs on stem cell nutrition, their lives have taken on new meaning. Chocolate Chip’s bloating has gone down, she runs in the yard like a puppy, and her cataracts are almost gone.
Raybear has stronger muscles, increased endurance, and seems excited about being alive. I am so appreciative for what the stem cell nutrition has done for my dogs. Their lives are good again.
Lady is a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel – almost 13 years old. It is a common health problem for Cavaliers, as they age, to develop a heart condition along with respiratory problems, plus throw in arthritis for good measure. As Lady approached her elderly years, all of the above developed, her quality of life was disappearing and it was very disturbing watching her gasping to breathe.
Last year we changed our Vet, who in turn, changed Lady’s medication, this helped her a little, but she was still struggling. The Vet informed us that, unfortunately, at her age we have to keep adding in medications to keep her going.
After reading some very inspiring ‘doggie’ testimonies using Stem cell nutrition, I decided to give it to Lady. Within a few days she seemed brighter, started barking at birds etc. A few weeks later we noticed that her symptoms were slowly subsiding. Due to her condition we take her to the Vet regularly. In checking her heart, the Vet was surprised to reveal that her heart was not all over the place as she normally would be. I chose my moment, and decided to tell the Vet about Stem cell nutrition. She was very receptive and called in the other Vet to check also (they both know Lady). At this point she was on Fortikor and Vetmedin, as well as fluid tablets. The Vet said she looked very bright in the eyes, good colour. Between the 2 Vets, they decided to half the Fortikor.
After another few weeks, the Vet was still impressed with her and instructed that when she finished the current Fortikor we could stop giving it to her. She has continued to improve to the degree that, one day I noticed that she didn’t seem to drag her leg somewhat with Arthritis like she used to, and the gasping and stopping breathing was minimal. She has also lost weight, which she needed to do so, and she is now at the correct weight.
Last Saturday we took her to the Vet for her check-up and also check her medication. The Vet is very impressed with her, and said she can now half the dose of the Vetmedin. She commented that her heart was holding strong, her colour was good, and that she was a strong little girl. We also reported to the Vet that she does not gasp for breath at all now, and is happy, eating well, rolls around excited, and jumps up on the lounge when it suits her.
The Vet said this just doesn’t happen, as normally we have to keep adding in medications, and is happy the stem cell nutrition worked so well for her and believes in whatever it takes for her quality of life. Lady’s dosage is 1/3 of a capsule per day.
Hildy H NSW Aust
Dog has new lease on life
Christine Shull. Jessica, my son’s eleven year old golden retriever, has been a part of our family since she was five weeks old. She has always loved to chase balls and go on long runs, but this past summer, things changed. She was in terrible pain and unable to walk for days at a time because her hips kept collapsing. My son feared we would have to have her put to sleep.
I started giving her stem cell nutrition, and immediately she seemed to be free of pain. Soon she was dancing on her hind legs, playing with the other dogs and bouncing up and down like a puppy. The thought of her not being in the family was devastating. Now we have a brand new chance with her. Jessica had a growth on her lip the size of a kidney bean. I noticed recently that it is getting smaller at the base where it is attached to the lip, and it has decreased to about a fifth the size. It looks as though it is drying up like a raisin. Amazing stuff, this stem cell nutrition!
Dog’s hearing improved
Haripriya Dillon, N.D. You’ve probably heard it said “a dog is a man’s best friend”. Well, my best friend is a very adorable 14 year old dog named Chela. She looks like Benji or a very cute shaggy sheep dog type.
Cataracts have made her blind, and she’s also very deaf. She’s eldest of my three dogs, and we sometimes call her Grandma. She is a little senile too and occasionally stands in the middle of the kitchen like a frozen statue wondering what to do next. Until recently, she has spent the last year sleeping a lot since she can’t hear anything to bark at. When younger, she always ran away quickly if I started to vacuum, but now I could do a whole room right next to her and she won’t wake up. I decided to put her on stem cell nutrition to see if it would help her.
Within just a few days she started to run along with my two younger dogs and play with them, sometimes acting very mischievous. When the two little dogs ran outside I could hear this weird squeaky barking coming from the living room and went in to check it out. There was Chela, barking her head off. She couldn’t see what was happening, but could hear the other dogs outside barking and joined in with her little pack.
Stem Cell Nutrition Saved My Cat’s Life
I had such severe back problems that at times I could not stand up straight. I suffered from five degenerated disks, arthritis in my spine, chronic sciatic nerve problems, and frequent muscle spasms. A friend gave me some stem cell nutrition. Within an hour of taking a capsule, I felt a remarkable difference in my back. I was amazed at how fast it had worked. I used to have floaters in my eyes, but not anymore. After taking stem cell nutrition, I can now concentrate better. My hair is coming in darker and my overall focus, stamina, and mobility have improved. It has enhanced my quality of life.
Charlie Love is my twenty-one year old cat, who has a heart murmur. One day he went into congestive heart failure. Nobody expected him to survive. Charlie’s breathing was laboured, and he had no energy or appetite. Stem cell nutrition started a remarkable turn-around for Charlie. Four months later, he is active, jumping and playing. His joint stiffness is much improved. His fur has become soft and fluffy; his eyes bright and alert like a young cat. Stem cell nutrition saved my cat’s life
Cat’s Arthritis Improved
My cat Madeline is eleven years old. She had arthritis so bad, she would cry if I picked her up. I decided to try stem cell nutrition on her, giving her one sixteenth of a capsule per day mixed in her food. Her condition vastly improved. She is now content to be picked up and petted. She runs, climbs upstairs and plays with shoes and toys like a kitten. Her fur is glossier too.