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What is different about Bimini’s Best Dog Health Supplement?
It works! Please let me explain and read our testimonials so you can understand why I say this. We had a lot of dog parents tell us stories about how their beautiful active dog no longer wanted to go for walks anymore and looked uncomfortable and unhappy. It is horrible and sad to see this and I wanted to help. Over the decades I have gained a lot of knowledge about natural active ingredients, what they can do and how they can help after reading thousands of publications. It came to me that there were 3 areas we needed to focus on:
• Relieve discomfort-Willow bark extract
• Reduce inflammation-Cat’s Claw root extract
• Lubricate joints-Omega 3-Fish oil
Finally, I wanted to deliver the supplement in a tasty chew format that the dog would enjoy eating and I have to say dogs love Bimini’s Best.
What else is Bimini’s Best Dog Health Supplement used for?
It has been used to help any kind of aching, soreness and discomfort. It is natural and is kind to the stomach and liver. We have been told by dog owners that they have used it after operations and cancer treatments.
What are the benefits of using Bimini’s Best Dog Health Supplement?
There are no gastrointestinal problems. In addition to natural approach this particular combination of ingredients does not produce the same gastrointestinal issues that plague use of certain NSAID’s. In the long run it saves on gastro protectants which can be costly.
Can this supplement be used on a maintenance basis?
Yes, most of the dogs that eat Bimini’s Best Dog Health Supplements have a full bag the first month following the directions of 1 chew per 30lb’s and then they move on to a maintenance program of taking the chews every other day. This maintains their quality of life by relieving discomfort so they are able to go for walks and be active again.
Bimini has a half page advertisement and free give away in the Spring issue of Modern Dog
Dietary supplements, both the nutritional and issue targeted varieties, continue to gain interest among dog and cat owners—and veterinarians who recommend and sell them through their clinics have an opportunity to not only offer them as part of an overall health and wellness plan, but also to provide the best-quality products to their clients.
According to the Nutrition Business Journal, the animal supplement market represents more than $1.6 billion in sales, with a predicted 7.4 percent compounded annual growth rate increase from 2010 to 2015. Packaged Facts notes that 21 percent of dogs and 15 percent of cats are given a supplement of some kind, with 8 percent and 7 percent respectively being purchased from a veterinarian.