Our canine companions are
the light of our life bringing about a sense of relaxation and joy.
Whether you appreciate your dog(s) for work or for play, life is
definitely made better by having one of these furry critters. Our
four-legged companions are an intricate part of our life whether as
best friend or trusted family member. That is why we combine MSM and
dogs when we want to offer the same great benefits we get from MSM
for our four-legged companions.
Sulfur is extremely
important to mammals in general. We all store MSM in our cells, and
we will find enormous concentrations of MSM in our hair, skin,
joints, and nails. MSM is a wonderful joint repairer, cell
rejuvenator, and antioxidant.
Dogs need these same great
We all need sulfur. Sulfur
helps mammals maintain the permeability of the cell membranes. By
allowing MSM into our canines life, we are ensuring that the
nutrients and fluids those cells need are freely capable of entering
and leaving each cell. In addition, the toxins and poisons often
held in our cells due to cell “toughness” is allowed to escape
wherein our bodies will then dispose of those nasties.
If you start noticing that
your dog is more tired than normal, appears to move, lay down, or
rise with difficulty, or notice slow healing, chances are pretty
good you need some MSM specifically for your dog’s diet. The good
news is that you will find cheese, meats, and even eggs are a great
natural source of this vital sulfur.
However, is your canine
ages, you will notice what is often called “the natural signs of
aging”. If you refuse to allow your best friend, your confidante,
and your family member to experience those signs, then you will
discover that MSM can and will reveal that youthful experience your
dog had as a pup.
When dosing your canine,
you do not have to worry about possibly giving too much. Just as our
body excretes excess amounts in feces and urine, our canine friends
will do the same. Toxicity due to MSM is virtually impossible
meaning you have a safe alternative to high priced pain medications
and other medications.
As your friend starts
improving, you will see the difference. But should you stop MSM, the
same signs of aging will appear. Since their body does not store
excess MSM, you will need to ensure a regular, constant feeding
schedule where MSM is a part of your dog’s life.
Feeding your canine
companion is easier than ever. If you feed your dog moist food, you
can simply add this tasteless and odorless supplement to your dog’s
dinner. Should you prefer solid dog food, you can choose to feed
your dog his or her MSM the same way you would any other pill or
TIP: To make pill time a
happy time, try feeding your dog a special treat when you are
finished administering the pills!