If you have dogs, this could be relevant to you.
April 28, 2020
If you have dogs, this could be relevant to you.
According to Dr. Gary Richter, one of the world’s top veterinarians, “Canine health, both here in America and around the world, is nowhere near where it should be,” says Dr. Richter. “And the #1 cause comes down to one thing: Nutrition.”
According to Richter, some breeds — such as Golden retrievers — have seen their average lifespans cut nearly in half over the past 30 years.1
And he believes a major factor is the “high-heat” cooking method of processed dog foods, which ads toxins such as advanced glycation end products and maillard reaction products to kibble, canned food, and even many premium dog foods.2
“You can’t see them on the label, because they’re created when the food is cooked,” says Richter. “But they’re in there.”3
The low nutritional value of common dog foods is also a major contributor to bad odors, low energy, eating grass, drinking more water than usual, smelly or mushy poop, scooting, digestive issues, anxiousness, bad breath, itchy skin, and many other common problems in dogs.4
Now, after years of studying the issue and even writing a best-selling book, Richter says he has finally found a way to fight back.
“By looking at dogs around the world, and studying their diets, we’ve identified the exact things you need to get back into your pet’s diet to tackle these issues.”
“It’s actually pretty easy, and you can do it right from your kitchen. It only takes about 2 minutes a day, and it can have a major impact on your furry friend’s health and longevity.”
Now, for the first time ever, Dr. Richter has created a short video explaining his exact health boosting method and step by step instructions for how to do it.
The video is presented below, free and uninterrupted. So far, the response has been amazing, with viewers saying their dog’s health improved in a matter of weeks or even days.
*Individual results may vary
One viewer in the United States, Chris Baker, said:
“My 7 year old male yellow lab was lethargic and rarely would even get up to [greet] us when we came home. Now less than one month later you would think he was transformed back into a puppy. Our Lab was constantly licking his paws raw, and hasn’t touched them since. I’m as skeptical as anyone… but now I’m a believer!”
*Individual results will vary
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