With the recent outbreak of dog flu (canine influenza) that has been spreading across western states, dog owners have reason for concern. Experts say this highly contagious strain of the virus (H3N2) was first detected in Asia and appeared in the U.S. in April 2015. This means that dogs here are highly vulnerable to this respiratory infection because there hasn’t been enough time to develop immunity within the canine population. It also means that a large percentage of dogs will come down with the virus once it gains a foothold. That’s the bad news.
The good news is that in the same way that Colostrum-LD® helps humans fight viruses, including influenza, our beloved dogs can also benefit. Obviously, we can’t give over-the-counter flu remedies to pets, but Colostrum-LD® can help Fido’s immune system fight off infection. And, taken as a prophylactic, it may help prevent infection.
Just ½ teaspoon of powdered Colostrum-LD® twice daily mixed with water is the dosage recommended by veterinarians who already utilize Colostrum-LD® in their practice. Colostrum-LD® is a FOOD, so you can’t overdose if you give your dog more than the recommended dose. AND, you don't need a prescription. Dogs love the taste, too!
For added protection, we recommend adding a concentrated oral PRP (Proline-rich polypeptides) spray to your daily regimen, especially at the first signs of illness. A couple of sprays of Viralox® in your dog's mouth helps improve his immune system's ability to fight viruses. Viralox® also contains lactoferrin which is capable of killing pathogens on contact.
But it gets better. Those "other illnesses" that dogs (and cats) get include joint pain, arthritis, allergies, skin infections, diarrhea, and leaky gut which manifests in many different autoimmune conditions. Veterinarian Steven R. Blake, DVM describes how he uses colostrum:
Click HERE to read more about how veterinarian Steven R. Blake, DVM uses Colostrum-LD to help his patients.
These statements have not been reviewed or evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The information provided is not intended to diagnose, treat or prevent any disease. The information presented herein is intended to provide education about colostrum. It is not intended as medical advice. Readers are encouraged to discuss specific questions about colostrum with their veterinarians.
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