Laminine for Animals
Laminine has been proven to help animals with pain reduction and symptoms of arthritis, skin conditions and a whole list of other health issues. It goes to work at the stem cell level and starts healing from Day 1. The effect seen on dogs has been nothing short of amazing!
When the FGF (Fibroblast Growth Factor) molecules of Laminine circulate in the blood stream, the FGF molecules will find damaged molecules and work to stimulate the replacement of those damaged cells with BRAND NEW, PERFECT CELLS by directing stem cell differentiation into new, perfect cells.
How do I give Laminine to my pet?
Open a capsule and put the contents in their bowl or in your hand. Allow them to lap it up freely. Most animals like egg protein and hence like Laminine. If needed you can add it to a small amount of another protein they will eat. Laminine is tolerated by most people and animals, as there are no reports of any side effects in the studies off dietary supplementation. It is preferred the animal is given Laminine on an empty stomach, however if this is not feasible, it can be mixed in with the food.
What is the suggested Laminine usage for different animals such as cats, dogs and horses?
The suggested usage varies by animal. The vets we have consulted with who use Laminine in their practices recommend the following:
For dogs and cats (split equally in order to consume twice daily):
- 0 – 18kg: half to 1 capsule daily
- 18 – 36kg: 2 capsules daily
- 36 – 45kg: 3 capsules daily
For horses, suggested usage is approximately 4 capsules daily.
“A few years ago I saved a young horse from a racing stable that was not yet 3 years old. I happened to be looking at another horse for a friend, but they tricked me into looking at him. They told me that the first time they trained him he suffered from shin splints, so they put him out to rest. The next time they worked him he bowed a tendon and they treated it, but he was no good as a racehorse, so they were going to put him down. When he came to live with me he could not canter or gallop from pain in his legs and hooves. I used the Strasser hoof trimming technique, but parts of his hooves would continually break off. On one of these occasions quite a big part of his heal tore off. I started giving him 3 capsules of Laminine 3 times a day for a week by breaking open the capsules and putting them in his feed. I then slowly decreased the dose to nil over the second week. While he was on Laminine I noticed that he was a lot calmer and he seemed to heal a lot faster. The Laminine helped to re-build his tissue, and the hoof was growing back clean in about five days. The swelling in his leg and hock came down on the second day”. – D. Potton, South Australia
“My husband and I have been getting great benefit from taking Laminine. After I listened to the naturopath Phyllis Goodrich talking about the benefit to animals I started giving it to my very large 9½ year old Bouvier de Flanders. Our vet said it was normal for large, older dogs to have arthritis of the hips and she said it would get worse. After only 2 weeks on ONE Laminine a day he started lifting his leg by the trees in the park. He would squat to urinate like a female dog because of the arthritis in his hips. I’m amazed as he hasn’t done this in over a year. He can now jump into the car and leap onto the bed again. He has been aggressive toward large dogs. Both the vet and dog trainers told me this was because he was fearful of them. We can now walk him past other large dogs in the park or on the street without any growling. He is still showing interest in them but no aggression. I have spent a lot of money on the vet, different dog trainers and dog socialization classes…nothing has worked until Laminine. He’s back to his younger self…… a big teddy bear, gentle with people and small dogs. There is no placebo effect in animals”. – Vivienne (Adelaide 28th September 2014)
Cat with HIV in intensive care, horse with Laminitis & dog with tumour:
“My name is Jane and I have always rescued animals so I would like to share a few success stories on my animals. When I was introduced to Laminine in April I had a cat with HIV that was as the vets put it, “at the end of his life”, staying alive with the help of steroid injections. Within a week of taking Laminine he looked amazing. Now 3 months later every symptom he had is gone. Now he is a healthy happy cat. He must know that the Laminine helped him because he waits for his daily dose. As soon as he has it he is off for the day. I also have a pony that has suffered from Laminitis every winter for the last 7 years. It is a serious disease. Laminitis can be fatal. The pony has had to be locked up because the winter grass causes the condition. This winter I gave him Laminine! It has been truly a miracle. He has been outside all winter and has had no symptoms of the disease. I had a cat rushed to an emergency vet centre in Adelaide 3 weeks ago in a critical condition. We had a phone call early hours of the morning saying they did not expect her to survive the night. She struggled in intensive care for 3 days and on the 4th day they gave me the news that the bill was up to $3,500.00. When I picked myself up off the floor I told them I had to discharge her and take her home knowing I could start her on Laminine. On the 5th day they very reluctantly discharged her. As soon as we got home she got her Laminine. On the 3rd day of taking Laminine she had a massive shift. It was as though she got her life force back. I knew she was on the mend. 3 weeks later and she is back to herself -just needs to put on weight and grow her hair back. She will stay on Laminine until she’s 100%. I have a 12 year old blue heeler with quite a large tumour on her back taking Laminine. I know it is going to take time to see results with her lump but she has lost some weight, her fur has softened, can now keep up with our younger dog & has a lot more interest in life. I now use Laminine as my first aid kit. I am so excited that I was introduced to Laminine. It truly is a miracle and all my animals thank Leanne for persisting with me to use it”. - Jane, Murray Bridge SA
“If your pets have health issues, arthritis pain, hip issues…whatever….you really owe it to them to try giving them Laminine. My dogs are aging and were having trouble getting up from lying down, limping, no energy, not feeling as young as they did….so I started giving them each one a day and they are doing so much better. The yard is filled with toys again where they play and leave them for ME to pick up. It’s awesome to see them feeling younger!! It has done wonders for me!! I now sleep like a rock, the pain I have had to deal with for years is diminished, I feel more energetic and a whole less stressed. The stuff is awesome!”
“My Labrador Sam 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 Laminine. I gave him 1 pill in the morning and 1 pill in the afternoon. 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 Laminine. 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 mentioning. (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.”
“I have been taking the Laminine and also giving it to one of my Labradors who has bilateral laryngeal fold collapse, which essentially means that the larynx blocks her airway and she has difficulty breathing , especially on exertion. The treatment option at this stage was surgery only to tie back one of the folds – a very invasive, and non-guaranteed surgery with pretty high risks involved. Early signs are good and the best is that I haven’t told my husband that she is on Laminine, (to make it like a blind trial) but he has remarked how much better she is and how much easier she is breathing on exercise so this is looking very promising. He even said “Do you think the collapse could be reversing itself??” – Jody P.