Marine Phytoplankton Use in Dogs

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July 21st, 2009 13:54
Canada
SweetPeaS
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DDiamond - i think Umac Core is 100%phytoplanton. It is canadian. I wrote to them and they said you can use the dropper liquid or capsules for dogs. They have people that use it right now on their pets.
   
I have been giving Sabo ( 10yr rotti/pit) a dose of liquid everyday in his food. Its been almost two weeks. He was diagnosed with HSA, so I want to do everything i can without the chemo.
   
let me know any other news, updates or feedback
   
cheers,Andrea
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July 22nd, 2009 15:01
Arizona
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They are! You know how our pets are just like children to us. They were devastated when he became ill but now they're happy as clams. My husband and I have a cocker-cockapoo mix who is 18 and a half years old. She's totally deaf and almost blind and her back legs are weak. She can barely walk but boy can she run around the house...especially after a bath. I'm hoping that the plankton will give her some energy and maybe help her legs to get stronger. I read a story on the internet by a man who started marketing the stuff after using it himself. He claimed that it cured his cancer. (I looked for the article but couldn't find it). I only know what I've read and what I've seen.
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July 23rd, 2009 11:11
Canada
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Hi Again, if you send me your email i can direct you were to go. It sounds like UMAC Core , a guy worked in aquaculture got cancer and started eating the plankton out of the vats. He then didnt need surgery and went on to market it. I also have had feedback for its positive effect on pets.
   
You are so lucky to have your pooch live to a wonderful age. Please send me your findings to. Love to hear if you find any and try it.
   
my email: andreazbc at yahoo dot com
   
cheers,Andrea
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