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Below are testimonials which contain information from people whose pets have experienced improvement from various conditions.

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The testimonials appear almost as they were submitted, typos and all. The only change was the removal of the product name.

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Karla E. Florida

My dog was dying of cancer and wanted to see if the avian egg extract could ease his pain and suffering. We had at least 3 GOOD months with Tipper before we had to put him down yesterday, It meant so much that he was out of pain and in such good spirit’s right up to almost the end. Thank you and thank you!!!  May you always have: Love to share, health to spare, and friends that care.

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Pat B. Nevada

I woke up one morning (October 10, 2011) and found that my little dog, Brownie, could not move her rear legs.  No happiness, no barking, no eating, just lying there.

Took her to the vet.  His $105 advice was to sell me pain pills and send me to a surgeon.  He made an appointment with a back surgeon for the next day.  Phyllis called me that night and I told her what happened.  She suggested I give her 1 capsule two times a day.  I gave her one that night before the appointment with the surgeon. The next day, she got up, I could see she felt better, even wagging her tail.  She ate a little and I gave her another capsule.

She was still wobbly so Michael carried her, still falling over.  The surgeon told us they’d keep her, sedate her and do the tests.  Estimate of $2,488.94.  If they found she needed surgery, the cost could be over $5,000.  No way of knowing until it was done.

Because she ate a little and drank water, they said they’d keep her and do it later that day since you can’t have any food or water before sedation.  My husband wanted them to do what they could no matter what it cost.  I didn’t want to leave her.  I trusted in Phyllis’s thoughts about the avian egg extract and decided not to leave her.  I told the surgeon I wanted to give the product a try.  I gave her another capsule that night.  Every day she got better and better.  Began barking again, running to the door or window to see what was going on.  Almost back to her normal self.

She gets 1 capsule two times a day and is better and better.  I plan to take her to another vet to see what he has to say about her.

I do want to say that I was really apprehensive about not listening to the surgeon because they said she’d get worse.  But I stuck to my guns; I felt it would be ok.  And so far, it’s much better than ok.

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Dog Team Dominates the Iditarod

The Avian egg extract dog team in the Iditarod just moved into first place out of Unalakleet with 270 miles to go. Aaron still has the most dogs in the top ten… the others are down to between 10 to 12. That means Aaron has more power and speed over distance and the power to maintain forward motion.  Yea for the extract!

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A Bichon Frise (not the actual dog in question). Photo by Akaporn Bhothisuwan. Image courtesy of Wikipedia.org

Here’s Zoé’s testimonial.  (She couldn’t write it herself—–she doesn’t speak a word of English!)

Zoé is a thirteen and a half year old Bichon Frisé.  She had been exhibiting signs of ageing in the past few years—–joint stiffness, less energy, some signs of “doggie dementia” meaning she was less alert and didn’t seem to understand commands any more.  We also had the impression at times that she was depressed.

Bichons are known as very nimble little dogs but these past few years, we had to help her get up on the couch.  After a few days on the product, (I give her the equivalent of one third of the powder in one capsule) Zoé began having more energy, jumping up on the couch without any problem and responding to commands again.   She actually seems to have gotten younger!  Now, every morning, if I forget to give her the extract, she sits next to me and whines and gives me quizzical looks until I finally realize what she wants.  She’s asking for her daily dose!  Watching the “rejuvenation” of my senior dog has convinced me of the benefits of this supplement!

Denise R.

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Shirley and her Boxer, Sasha

My name is Shirley P. and I live at Bruce Lake, Indiana.  Four months ago I acquired a nine year old Boxer dog named Sasha.  She had lost several teeth and her mouth was swollen from a bacteria infection.  Her health was deteriorated to the point she was not very active.  I was concerned about her so I took her to a veterinarian and he did a biopsy on her mouth to see if she had cancer.  Fortunately it was not cancer but he said that he could treat her with antibiotics.  I thought about it and decided to put her on the avian egg extract instead.  I opened a capsule and sprinkled it on her food a couple days in a row and on the third day I forgot to add it.  I placed Sasha’s food on the floor for her, she went over, sniffed it and refused to eat it.  After trying to figure out what was going on I realized I hadn’t added the extract.  I took her food and added it in then placed it back on the floor for her.  She sniffed it and started eating it intermediately.  I have never seen anything like this in my life.  It’s like she knew it was important.  In a couple weeks I noticed an improvement in her energy.  Previously I would let her out doors and after a couple minutes she would be right back wanting in.  Now I let her out and she wants to stay out doors all day and play.  I also notice that her coat started getting darker and she started slimming down.  I examined her mouth after four weeks of being on the extract and found that all the swelling was gone.  My older dog has become a puppy again with just one capsule a day.

( A side note: It was winter when the picture(s) were taken and I didn’t want to crouch on the ground next to Sasha because the ground was so wet, so I decided to see if Sasha could climb upon a picnic table that was near by.  I know that she would not have been able to do that before the extract.  I went over and tapped on the bench and up she came, then on the top of the table and again she hopped up another level.  It was great to see that she could jump to the top of the table with so little effort.)

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Malinda W. (Jan 7)

Update on Sam, my Labrador. He is 9 yrs old and starting to have troubles with hips, trouble climbing stairs, getting in and out of the truck for the past few months. This past Wednesday he wasn’t well. Coincidentally, this past Thursday, he has his annual visit with the vet and they couldn’t really pin point why he was not well. He couldn’t get comfortable. He walked with his head down like he was really sick, etc.
Thursday night he was crying and couldn’t get comfortable. Friday ( yesterday) I posted that I was had started him on the avian egg extract. I gave him 1 pill in am and 1 pill in pm. This morning I also gave him a pill before going to work. On the way home from work, I am driving down the road we live on …and there is Sam. Running down the side of the road…? Running? Really? So I pull over, he spots me and runs to me. I open the truck door and he jumps in before I could help to lift him. Now this is a dog that yesterday could barely walk, much less jump. and he hasn’t been able to jump into the truck in months and months. That was only 24 hours ( 3 pills ) on the extract. Doesn’t seem long enough for this kind of health benefit. Seems pretty far out there….Coincidence? I don’t know…but it’s worth reporting….. (Turns out he was running away from home because the neighbor was lighting off firecrackers.) But he hasn’t wandered past our gate in at least 8 months and I just can’t get over how frisky he is and how good he feels.

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Lila S., Illinois

I have two tuxedo cats, Star and Fox. They are litter mates and just over 13 years old. I’ve had them since they were one.

Fox has been experiencing some arthritis over the last three years. When he was much younger he could leap up, about 5 ½ feet from a standing position and get into the crawl space in my basement. Because of this I had to block off the crawl space. I cannot get in there myself, and if he ever got injured I would not be able to go after him. Over the last 3 or 4 years I noticed that he was not jumping up on higher surfaces anymore. I also noticed that he grunted in pain when landing after jumping down from a table or high surface. So he stopped leaping onto the high surfaces he was able to before. I recently bought a new bed which was higher than the old one and he could not get up on it from the floor. His brother has no problem jumping up anywhere.

I started giving Fox the avian egg extract in mid January 2012. The first thing I noticed is that he was more energetic, more playful. Over the weeks He started to play like a kitten again and was running around the house chasing, who knows what. Periodically he would leap up onto a chair or the bed with little effort and without realizing it. But when he wasn’t playing and wanted to get on to the bed he looked for an easier way and wouldn’t even try to jump up. Obviously he remembered the pain and was unwilling to be in pain again. However, over the last 3 weeks he has, three times, jumped up onto higher surfaces when I encourage him. He seems to do it will little effort now. But on his own he’s still reluctant. I believe the arthritis is gone or greatly reduced, but he is limited by the memory of former pain, not actual pain when it comes to jumping up. I will keep encouraging him to jump higher and eventually he will get it. In the mean time he doesn’t sit still for long, except when he sleeps.

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