Life  Extension For Pets

Many of the products developed by Life Extension to improve human health and longevity, have the same (and often better) effects on our Pets. In fact, several of the products being used so successfully on humans, were originally developed just for Pets.  Products  for Arthritis,: Cancer and Skin Problems; and  for Aging:  Learn about them for your Pet's sake.

The following products,

 are excellent for pets. Follow the links to learn more.

ž*The Life Extension Formula ( For a longer and healthier life )

(For dogs under 20 Lbs. cut the tablet in half, over 20 Lbs. give one tablet a day. You can crush the tablet and mix in a pets food, or you can give it as a treat with a dab of CheezWiz!). Some people use peanut butter, but we do not recommend peanut butter.

ž* Natural Form GH-3 (For a longer life)

ž*Colloidal Silver  (To fight infections, Viruses, Parasites, Germs,  Fungus and Bacteria )

ž*Aveloz & Taheebo  ( For Cancer, Tumors and Viruses )

ž* Original Romanian GH-3  (To increase lifespan )

ž* DMSO   ( For some forms of Cancers and  Disease; And for injuries, Bruises, Muscle and Joint Pain )

ž* Rheumatex  ( For Arthritis; Both Rheumatoid  And  Osteoarthritis )

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( We Really Love Them We Have To Do A Better Job ! )

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A Dog's Prayer

Treat me kindly, My beloved master, for no heart in all the world is more grateful for kindness than the loving heart of me.

Do not break my spirit with a stick, for I should lick your hand between the blows. Your patience and understanding will more quickly teach me the things you would have me do.

Speak to me often, for your voice is the worlds sweetest music, as you must know by the fierce wagging of my tail when your footstep or voice falls upon my waiting ear.

When it is cold and wet, please do take me inside, for I am a domesticated animal, no longer used to bitter elements; and I ask no greater glory than the privilege of sitting at your feet beside the hearth. Had you no home though, I should prefer to follow you through ice and snow, rather than rest upon the softest pillow in the warmest home in all the world.

Keep my pan filled with fresh water for although I should not reproach you were it dry, I cannot tell you when I suffer thirst.

Feed me clean food, and supplements to extend my life, so that I may stay well to romp and play and do your bidding; to walk by your side and stand ready, and willing to protect you with my life.

And, master, when I am very old, if the great master sees fit to deprive me of my health and sight, do not turn me away from you. rather, take my trusting life gently; and I shall leave you, knowing with the last breath I draw that my fate was always safest in your hands.

Amen

Dedicated  to  "George" And  To All Dog & Cat  Lovers, From

Life Extension
Box 10
Loxahatchee FL. 33470-0010


Your Pet May Be More Helpful Than Drugs

Janie, A golden retriever, waltzed into the room of a patient at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, who had refused to talk with anyone for weeks, and did something medical treatments had been unable to do. She put her paws on the edge of the bed, and the patient leaned over, stroked her ears and began talking.

Researchers know pets can do everything from reducing blood pressure during times of intense stress to easing the pains of loneliness.

"It's an up and coming field," says Lana Kaiser, a physician, a veterinarian & professor at Michigan State University. She is also the driving force behind “Human-Animal Bond Initiative” held on the campus designed to bring researchers from across the country together to exchange information about their work.

The motto is "Cuddle a Critter and Call Me in the Morning," Kaiser says.

The field is coming into its own. Researchers at St. Louis University School of Medicine, have shown 30 minutes per week with a pet (animal-assisted therapy) can significantly improve health.

There's serious research taking place in various institutions in an effort to put numbers on the results and provide scientific evidence about the role animals can play in human healing. Some results suggest that the family pooch may be more helpful than drugs, at least in some cases.

One dramatic example comes from New York's University at Buffalo. Karen Allen, a research scientist in the division of clinical pharmacology in the university's School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, was able to show that a good dog can do wonders to reduce stress during critical times.

Allen selected 60 volunteers, half male and half female, who were undergoing the unimaginable stress of caring for a spouse with a traumatic brain injury. All the volunteers were taking ACE inhibitors to control their blood pressure. That class of drugs can keep blood pressure under control during normal activities, but not during stressful situations, according to Allen.

Each participant was given several tests which showed that even talking about taking care of a disabled spouse sent blood pressure spiraling up by as much as 52 points. The volunteers were divided into two groups, half of which got a dog. Six months later, they were tested again, and the rest of the participants also got a dog.

At the six month point, Allen says, those with dogs showed only a small rise in blood pressure during times of stress, compared to an average rise of 40 points for those without dogs. At the end of the year-long test, when all of the participants had had a dog for at least six months, the pets had done their job well.

"The findings of this study show that pets can help lower responses to everyday stress, even among individuals who take medication for their high blood pressure," Allen says in a report on the experiment. "Although medication reduces resting blood pressure, it appears a beloved pet influences how we react to stressful people and situations that we cannot change."

Better Than a Best Friend?

Allen recently took her research to a new level with an experiment that revealed that spending a little time with the family pet may relieve stress better than talking with a best friend or spouse. She studied 240 married couples and found that those who owned pets fared better during stress tests if the pet was present than if the spouse or a friend was there. The researchers have speculated that maybe the participants knew their pets would be less judgmental than their spouses or friends when going through the stress tests.

Meanwhile, over at Texas A&M veterinarian Dr. Bonnie Beaver (great name for a vet) has compiled a long list of studies that purport to show that pets can be very good medicine indeed. Those studies indicate that 100 seniors on Medicare who own dogs made 21 percent fewer visits to a physician than those without dogs, and pet owners have lower cholesterol levels than non-owners, and pet owners are generally in better physical condition because they spend some time exercising the family mutt.

The door is still open as to which pets are best, a dog, cat or any other animal one may consider a “pet”. Someone raised on a farm might respond better to a pig than a cat. But chances are the animal of choice will probably be a dog, because they are more easily trained, and tend to be more welcome in nursing homes.  

                              The Life Extension  Recipe For A  Happy  Pet

1 Gallon Love

5 Sprigs Affection

2 Quarts Praise

3 Pints Friendship

5 Pints Patience

9 Cups Tenderness

2 Pounds Attention

2 Cups Warmth

5 Cups Understanding

3 Pounds Care

3 Quarts Play

4 Drops Discipline

  

Take Equal Parts Of Warmth And Understanding. Mix Thoroughly  With  Attention  And  Patience!

 

  Stir Gently While Adding  Praise And Play!  Then Sprinkle Generously With Tenderness.  Toss Together And Spoon In Friendship And Discipline. 

 

Garnish With Affection! And Bake  With  Care! 

 

Top With Love And  Serve  Daily!

May Need Additional Seasoning.

 

 


We Still donate To The "George" Fund For Stray And Unwanted Dogs And Cats; And We Always Will~

 

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