Organic Sulfur for Dogs

This great food source can’t only be about us humans. If you don’t have a wonderful pet by your side but you do in your heart, then please take notice that our canine friends may suffer the same as we do.

Development is Under Way.

We need your help to put us in contact with people that have a dog that suffers from arthritis. We want to support those for our research project. We will be asking those to take videos of the dog’s gait now and during their introduction to Organic Sulfur.

Be aware that some dogs and even cats can show all the signs of arthritis but actually suffer from muscular problems that aren’t associated with arthritis. An X ray will not show the signs of arthritis but your pet suffers and can be helped.

Arthritis in Dogs?

Arthritis is one of the most common problems seen in older animals. Unfortunately, the main two standard conventional veterinary treatments for arthritis are, corticosteroids and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. The medical community know of the problems associated with these drugs but many veterinarians don’t have any better treatments to offer their patients.

The great news is that arthritis responds extremely well to holistic medicine especially Organic Sulfur. The conventional veterinary medical community has begun to recognize the advantages of using more natural treatments and staying away from pharmaceutical products.

Determine the Holistic Approach

We know that it’s much easier for your veterinarian to just give your family pet a drug that just like us, has side effects. So for you to understand the key difference between conventional medicine and holistic care is how you approach the problem or illness. The holistic approach is treat the whole animal not just the symptoms.

A huge part of holistic care is understanding and the belief that the body’s natural healing powers can be induced, or stimulated to help the body to heal itself. Conventional medicine is not for the body to heal itself but offer a medicated band-aid so to speak. So, instead of being subjected to a regime of anti-inflammatory medication and then cortisone drugs and possibly surgery, a more natural treatment is available. The natural way could reduce pain, increase strength and mobility and slow or stop the progression of the disease/problem with no side effects.

Arthritis- What is it?

Canine osteoarthritis strikes an estimated one in five adult dogs or roughly 20 percent for the dogs in the United States. Dogs most at risk are large breeds, working or sporting dogs and those with inherited joint abnormalities such as hip or elbow dysplasia.

Cats can suffer from chronic arthritic pain, too.

The sad part is that many pet owners do not recognize an animal’s signs of chronic pain and the pet’s arthritis is left untreated. This may represent more than 50 percent of the mild cases that go untreated.

Types of Arthritis

Osteoarthritis: The more prevalent of the two more common types. It is a degenerative disease that affects joint cartilage, causing it to wear roughly, ulcerate, and in some cases dissolve or disappear, leaving a cushionless bone-on-bone joint. This can be caused by a degenerative or developmental disease that creates joint instability, that can lead to painful and destructive bony spurs. Increased risk of developing arthritis can also come to dogs who suffer from hip dysplasia or elbow dysplasia usually found in larger breeds. A direct injury that has caused ligament, cartilage, or bone damage to the joint can also increase an animal’s risk of developing osteoarthritis.

We know that old age is not the cause of arthritis, but an older dog who has been very active in life has more opportunities for wear and tear on his joints than a less-active, younger dog. In addition, heavy animals put more stress on their joints.

Rheumatoid arthritis: Not a wear-and-tear disease but rather a systemic, autoimmune disease that affects the animal’s entire body. The dogs own immune system attacks healthy joint tissue, causing inflammation and joint damage. The good news is that type of arthritis in sot common in dogs or cats.

The pet owner has an important part in noticing that the pet is suffering but the absolute way to diagnose way to diagnose arthritis is with an X ray of the joint.

Can you imagine you or someone you know living the rest of your / their life arthritis free with your dog by your side?


As always, I wish you the best of health and a blessed long life. Please pass it on…

Michael DuBay
President bozoomer

Amazing things happen when we give our body what it needs.
And not so amazing things happen when we don’t.


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