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  • Unknown - 5th Oct 2012

    5
    International Collie show winner

    Inna Simkin is a world renowned breeder, owner and dog hairdresser who has raised collies since 1979.
    Her dogs have won many competitions over the years - both regional and international - and she has been treating her dogs in the Medico-Vet clinic for the last 6 years.
    Queen, also known as Golden Gate Always Against, was one of Inna's beloved. At the age of 12, as do many dogs, Queen started to struggle when getting up on her feet and walking around.
    Inna started giving her Deer velvet antler and within two weeks Queen was able to walk around, climb the stairs and live a respectably active life until the age of 15.
    As a result of that experience, Inna has decided to treat all of her adult dogs with Deer velvet antler as a food supplement after they reach 8 years of age.
    - Medico-Vet Clinic

  • Chelsea Marriner, New Zealand - 5th Oct 2012

    5
    Dog agility champion

    Chelsea Marriner has won gold for New Zealand at the World Agility Championships in Britain.
    The 18-year-old dog handler competed at the championships over the weekend - with a borrowed dog - and won first place in the jumpers competition.
    Chelsea's mother, Alix Marriner, said Sunday night had been very exciting as her daughter kept her up to date with her progress through text messages.
    "Then she sent a text which said 'Well I do believe we just won gold at the jumpers'," Mrs Marriner told The Daily Post.
    But Chelsea and her parents had to wait several hours for confirmation she had won gold.
    "I didn't get much sleep [Sunday] night, I was highly excited. She said she wasn't getting excited until it was confirmed," Mrs Marriner said.
    Once the win was confirmed Chelsea said it was "absolutely awesome".
    The teenager also excelled in another category, missing out on a medal by just one place.
    "This was with a dog she was only working with for three days," Mrs Marriner said.
    In New Zealand Chelsea has her own team of agility competition dogs and they all receive Velvet Antler tablets daily to maintain their health and fitness.
    "I put my oldest dog Bree onto Velvet Agility Advanced formula, she had been out of competition for 3 months due to injury, once on the Velvet Antler Advanced formula she improved greatly and returned to the competition ring, at one of her first events back competing, she managed to win the first ever Jumpers A (top grade) Challenge Certificate given out in New Zealand, plus came second in Jumpers A2 and 3rd in both Intermediate and Senior."

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  • Unknown - 5th Oct 2012

    5
    International Collie show winner

    Inna Simkin is a world renowned breeder, owner and dog hairdresser who has raised collies since 1979.
    Her dogs have won many competitions over the years - both regional and international - and she has been treating her dogs in the Medico-Vet clinic for the last 6 years.
    Queen, also known as Golden Gate Always Against, was one of Inna's beloved. At the age of 12, as do many dogs, Queen started to struggle when getting up on her feet and walking around.
    Inna started giving her Deer velvet antler and within two weeks Queen was able to walk around, climb the stairs and live a respectably active life until the age of 15.
    As a result of that experience, Inna has decided to treat all of her adult dogs with Deer velvet antler as a food supplement after they reach 8 years of age.
    - Medico-Vet Clinic

  • Chelsea Marriner, New Zealand - 5th Oct 2012

    5
    Dog agility champion

    Chelsea Marriner has won gold for New Zealand at the World Agility Championships in Britain.
    The 18-year-old dog handler competed at the championships over the weekend - with a borrowed dog - and won first place in the jumpers competition.
    Chelsea's mother, Alix Marriner, said Sunday night had been very exciting as her daughter kept her up to date with her progress through text messages.
    "Then she sent a text which said 'Well I do believe we just won gold at the jumpers'," Mrs Marriner told The Daily Post.
    But Chelsea and her parents had to wait several hours for confirmation she had won gold.
    "I didn't get much sleep [Sunday] night, I was highly excited. She said she wasn't getting excited until it was confirmed," Mrs Marriner said.
    Once the win was confirmed Chelsea said it was "absolutely awesome".
    The teenager also excelled in another category, missing out on a medal by just one place.
    "This was with a dog she was only working with for three days," Mrs Marriner said.
    In New Zealand Chelsea has her own team of agility competition dogs and they all receive Velvet Antler tablets daily to maintain their health and fitness.
    "I put my oldest dog Bree onto Velvet Agility Advanced formula, she had been out of competition for 3 months due to injury, once on the Velvet Antler Advanced formula she improved greatly and returned to the competition ring, at one of her first events back competing, she managed to win the first ever Jumpers A (top grade) Challenge Certificate given out in New Zealand, plus came second in Jumpers A2 and 3rd in both Intermediate and Senior."

  • Unknown - 5th Oct 2012

    5
    World Champion

    “Zippo,” was an 8 ½ year old Weimaraner, world champion 2006, when we began to see that Zippo was not the same dog, and was showing lack of vitality caused by aging.
    After I received a vet's recommendation, I decided to give Zippo Deer velvet antler deer velvet. Three months later, Zippo’s personal coach said that he had never seen Zippo in such a good shape and that he was ready for the world's championship. We had never dreamed that any dog Zippo’s age could win the competition.
    There's no doubt that Deer velvet antler helped Zippo to reach first place.
    I truly recommend that all dog breeders and owners give their dogs Deer velvet antler as a food supplement on a daily basis in order to improve the quality of their dogs' lives.
    My other dog, Multi Ch. Camelot’s Royal Flush “Roy,” which reached Poland's championship in the same competition, also receives Deer velvet antler.
    In addition, another dog I own, that suffers from a sensitive gastrointestinal system and who could only eat special medicated food, after receiving Deer velvet antler can now can eat ordinary food with no gastrointestinal problems.”
    – Ilana Bartal, Breeder, Ramat Gan, Israel

  • Unknown - 5th Oct 2012

    5
    Veterinarian Report

    “Deer velvet antler has a number of therapeutic applications for animal treatment, including applications as a tonic and food additive, and especially as a therapeutic for numerous muscular-skeletal conditions. Therapeutic response to Deer velvet antler is very good.”
    - Mike Brown, BVSc, Rangiora, New Zealand

  • Unknown - 5th Oct 2012

    5
    Veterinarian Report

    “An old friend introduced me to this fabulous product and managed to convince me ‘to give it a try!’ I tried it on Dougal, an 8 ½ year old Labrador with severe conformational problems and advanced osteoarthritis of both elbows. More than 24 months of continual therapy had produced variable relief. Within 2 weeks of starting Deer velvet antler-V, Dougal’s owner reported that Dougal had started to look forward to his walks, seemed brighter and she had even seen a little skip and a jump in his walk. Dougal’s improvement prompted his owner to insist that I obtained further product just for Dougal.
    In another case, Tamdugh was a 13 year old Labrador Cross with generalised osteoarthritis and a bad attitude. Tamdugh had been on and off therapies for 7 months, which offered only temporary relief and did nothing for his intermittent stumbling over his hindlimbs or his bad attitude. Tamdugh’s owners reported that within 14 days of starting Deer velvet antler, he was ‘moving like a pup, playful and demanding his walks.’ No longer was his bad attitude a concern.
    After conducting five separate ‘trials’ on patients, I became hooked on the usefulness of this new found dietary supplement and thus committed to become more involved in its mystic mechanisms and uses. After all is said, it is the patient response and their owner’s complete joy in the visual benefits that has cemented my belief in this product.”
    - G. Baitz (BVSc) MRCVS MASFM, Esher, United Kingdom http://www.manorvet.co.uk/index.html

  • Unknown - 5th Oct 2012

    5
    Veterinarian Report

    “We pride ourselves on having one of Israel’s most advanced veterinary clinics, fully equipped with the latest technology available in the world of veterinary medicine.
    Our 5 highly qualified vets attend conferences around the world and we endeavor to stay current with new developments in our field.
    For years I have tried the full range of nutraceutical products, and three years ago I began introducing Deer velvet antler into my patients’ regimens.
    Since then, I have heard again and again from clients that it is causing miracles to happen with their pets – the results are truly well beyond those we achieved with any other natural product.
    I believe it is the best nutraceutical to use for DJD in particular, and for many other debilitating conditions as well.”
    - Sharon Regev, Tel Aviv, Israel http://www.regevet.com/

  • Unknown - 5th Oct 2012

    5
    Veterinarian Report

    “Five years ago I was introduced to Deer velvet antler. My dog, "Jet," a mixed, overweight Labrador, started limping on her rear limb. She was diagnosed with partially-torn Cruciate ligaments, went into an orthopedic surgery, and the surgeon replaced her ligaments. As an older, overweight Lab, the recovery from the surgery was hard for her, and soon after recovery she was diagnosed with the same tear of the ligaments in the other knee.
    Before another surgery and hard recovery, I decided try an alternative treatment. For 10 days Jet received anti-inflammatory drugs, together with Deer velvet antler. After these 10 days, Jet stayed only on Deer velvet antler for around 2 months and started to show improvement in her limping leg. When these 2 months had passed, Jet became the happy Lab I always knew, and of course started chasing our neighborhood cats! Since then, 5 years ago, Jet is still getting her Deer velvet antler deer velvet, and is functioning perfectly well and happy.
    As a veterinarian, I meet a lot of dogs at the clinic suffering from joint and bone diseases. Whether these cases are acute ones caused by trauma, or chronic cases caused by age, my treatment - either supportive or surgical - will always be combined with and followed by Deer velvet antler. As well, since preventative medicine is one of the important tools we veterinarians need to use and since I believe in the advantages of Deer velvet antler, I have also started giving it to large breed puppies for maintaining their skeleton during their growth periods.
    Deer velvet antler pills are very palatable, so with dogs and especially with puppies it is very convenient to give – it can even be used as a treat. It is important to note that in addition to healthier and happier dogs, I have also gained much more satisfied customers.”
    - Nirit Tzipory, DVM, Clinical Instructor in Shelter Medicine
    Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences Miami, Florida, USA

  • Dr. DeGrofft, DVM, Loveland, Colorado, USA - 5th Oct 2012

    5
    Veterinarian Report

    From a medical point of view deer velvet antler has shown a very positive effect on fracture healing, arthritis therapy, surgery recovery and overall wellness, including improved energy and vitality.

    Anyone who truly cares about their pets will give them deer velvet – it ensures the animals will live a healthier, happier and pain-free life

  • Unknown - 5th Oct 2012

    5
    Veterinarian Report

    “In about February 2006 I became aware that products made from natural deer velvet were being used to treat dogs for arthritic conditions. As a result I investigated the use of deer velvet supplements and I studied scientific material that had been published on tests carried out using deer antler velvet. These papers showed that deer velvet supplement had a number of beneficial results. I then started using the New Zealand produced Deer velvet antler product and found that the dogs that were treated with the supplement showed significant signs of improvement in movement and suppleness. Today Deer velvet antler is my first medicine of choice in treating DJD.” - Dr Noam Ronen, Hadera, Israel http://www.dr-noamronen.co.il/

  • Unknown - 5th Oct 2012

    5
    Veterinarian Report

    “When I first became aware of the Deer velvet antler deer antler product I carried out trials on two dogs that were referred to my practice. One was a Perinean mountain dog, 6 years of age suffering from severe hip dyspepsia. This dog had been treated with Rimadyl for over one year and Glucosamin for more than three months. The dog had showed no significant improvement as a result of these treatments. The second was a Roti X GSD after trauma and Cox femoral luxation was treated with Rimadyl and Glocosamin for a period of one month but without and marked improvement. Both dogs were treated with Deer velvet antler deer velvet supplement and almost from the day I started them on this treatment, there was a noticeable improvement. For the Perinean (dog # 1), the Rimadyl dosage was reduced to 10% and for the Roti X the Rimadyl treatment was ceased. I now use Deer velvet antler on a regular basis for treatment of DJD in both dogs and cats. Because of the results I have seen from the animals that are treated with the deer velvet supplement, I now personally take the deer velvet supplement specifically formulated for human consumption.” - Dr Mushick Refaelovich, Kfar Saba Israel

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Superflex-V is a proven natural remedy for osteo-arthritis and joint pain in dogs of all breeds and ages.

Scientific evidence proves that deer velvet antler and NZ greenshell mussel supplement is both safer and more effective treatment for osteo-arthritis and joint pain in dogs than the use of non steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID’s)

But first let’s look at the problem, the scientific evidence and the simple natural solution.

 Is Your Dog Beginning to Show These Signs?

 • Reluctance to walk, climb steps or stairs, jump or play

 • Limping

 • Lagging behind on walks

 • Difficulty getting up after resting

 • Yelping with pain when touched

 • Personality changes e.g. aggression, or becoming withdrawn

 Over 15 million dogs in USA alone are currently suffering from osteo-arthritis; their joints are stiff and painful every time they want to move.

Veterinarians report that osteo-arthritis affects over 80% of older dogs and dogs of larger breeds and while it is more common in susceptible breeds where the incidence of arthritis, hip dysplasia and congenital joint disease is most common it can affect dogs of all shapes and sizes, breeds and ages.

It is well known that non steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID’s) can cause serious side effects and death in dogs following the class action lawsuit against the Pfizer Company’s Rimadyl product. The US FDA has forced the manufacturers of Rimadyl to carry a label warning that it could cause death in dogs. There are many other brands of NSAID’s which also carry warnings about the risk of serious side effects.

Deer Velvet Antler is Approved by the US FDA

In 1999 the use of deer velvet antler was scientifically supported in compliance with FDA regulations for its ability "to support healthy joint structure and function".

According to veterinarian Dr. Cathy Alinovi “Every time a veterinarian prescribes any NSAID, that dog is at risk of intestinal, kidney and even liver damaging side effects. 

The realisation that NSAID’s could no longer be trusted to provide risk free anti-inflammatory action and pain relief had created a market for a safe product for relieving pain and enhancing joint health in dogs, cats and for human use.

Deer Velvet Antler

The use of Deer Velvet Antler is not new, in fact it has been one of the most revered natural products in Oriental medicine alongside Ginseng for over 2000 years. It is just not as well known in the West, but that is changing quite rapidly now as scientific studies have proven its effectiveness and enlightened veterinarians have reported positive results and a total absence of negative side effects.

 You owe it to your dog to give him or her the best quality of life possible with Superflex-V Advanced Formula for Dogs.

 60 chewable tablets – 20 days supply for a large dog, 60 - 90 days supply for smaller dogs according to their weight.

 Order now and receive the freshest product shipped directly to you from New Zealand.

 

 

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