If your pets have health issues, arthritis pain, hip
issues…whatever….you really owe it to them to try giving them
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!
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 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.” Happy Laminine user
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.
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.
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
I have a 12 year old
blue heeler with quite a large tumor 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.
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.
signs are good and the best is that I haven't told my husband that
she is on this product, (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"?? Pet owner from the UK
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.
Pat B., Nevada
Well, figured I’d let you know how well Emily is doing, and every
day that goes by she is getting even better. Seizure free still,
thank God, hope I never have to witness that again. I have seen a
big improvement in her energy level. I see her running around more
and just acting silly like she used to.
I got my little dog back and am so happy to see her feeling
better. Her skin isn’t so dried out or red and irritated. Not too
much with the scratching either, other than her usual and I tell her
to stop and she does. Her coat is so nice and shiny and soft. Her
breed has a rather short coat and it is stubbly and coarse. But now
it is so soft doesn’t even feel like a dog you are petting. I’ve had
other people tell me the same thing. If it wasn’t for your advice
and me listening to you, my little dog would still be sick with the
I am positive your supplement made all the difference in her
world. She has not had a seizure since, (knock on wood) and thank
you Jesus. Take care and God Bless. You are always in my thoughts
and prayers. Karen & Emily
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.
My name is Shirley P. and I live in 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 Laminine 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
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.) -Shirley
Hi Tom, I have a new and very different animal story. First of
all yes my Tasha – 12 year old female dog could no longer jump up on
a chair or the bed before I started giving her Laminine. Her puppy
10 years old Sir Winston jumped from a high pickup when just a few
months old and injured his hips. He has never been able to jump up
on anything without a huge amount of effort and always we had to
imagine, with pain.
Well now Sir Winston can now jump up into my car, up on our bed
because of our precious Laminine.
NOW that is all wonderful and pleasing to my heart to see what
placing the 1/4 to 1/2 capsule in their food has accomplished.
SO what else could be new and exciting? Last night I poured the bit
of Laminine directly into a dry dish, and they lopped it up like it
was candy and looked at me for more. SO, I poured another half a
capsule in each dish. They did not waste a second before lopping
that bit up also. What they were smelling was “Yum this is good for
me and I want it right now”!! They had never had the Laminine all by
itself in a dry dish before and I found out just what my two small
dogs think of our Flagship product.
I have seen what it has done for their mobility and now I have
watched them go for it alone in a dry dish. Smart little guys they
are! They can’t talk and tell you how they feel about Laminine, so I
have shared this for them.
Tasha & Sir Winston are very grateful for mom’s Laminine!! They
say Thank you to everyone who has brought it to this point. Mom’s
Laminine order for Sept. showed up today so we have plenty for the
Tasha and Sir Winston signing off, Carol W, Grateful Mom
After having been chronically ill for 17 years,
Laminine gave my life back to me. So I knew it was a very powerful
supplement. When finding out that some veterinarians were using
Laminine in their practices with great success, I decided to start
giving it to Lucy, our dog, who didn’t have much energy.
She was often aloof and would just lay on the couch
or on her bed and not want to sit with my husband & I. We knew she
was either not feeling well or was depressed. Well, after giving one
capsule to Lucy in the morning, she had more energy that afternoon.
She ran around and even jumped over the couch (which she had never
I continued giving her one capsule each day, and she
became affectionate the way she used to be and much more energetic
and playful. My husband made the comment that it’s so nice to have
our old Lucy back again. I certainly agree. -Deena C., California
shares that her cat was not feeling well. MYRNA started giving him
Laminine on his food, opening the capsule & sprinkling it on. She
then wondered if he’d take it from her hand; So she opened a capsule
and placed it in her palm and he ate it all.
comes into kitchen in the morning not asking for food…but for
Laminine and waits ‘til she gives it to him.
He’s like a new cat again, jumping and playing with her other cat
like he used to do.
Myrna loves using Laminine herself, too, of course!
"Kibbles" adopted us some years ago. He walked into our home and
never left. Last year he was very sick and costed us a small fortune
at the Vets. Last week he was showing the same signs of his illness
coming back. We broke a Laminine capsule up and gave him a quarter
of it in his food once a day for three days. He is now back to his
normal quirky self. Simone
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
“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 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
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
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
–Lila S., Illinois
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.
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.
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.
giving him 3 capsules of Laminine 3 times a day for a week by
breaking open the capsules and putting them in his feed.
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
Laminine & Pets FAQs
Q. Is Laminine safe for
A. While Laminine was not
developed specifically for consumption by animals, we have no
reports of Laminine causing any adverse reactions in animals. As with
human consumption, if you have any specific concerns or questions
about if your pet should take Laminine, consult your veterinarian
before giving Laminine to your pets.
Q. How can animals benefit
from taking Laminine?
Q. What is the suggested
Laminine usage for different animals, such as: cats, dogs, and
A. The benefits of Laminine
usage in pets are very similar to that of humans.
A. The suggested usage varies
by animal. The vets we have consulted with who use Laminine in their
practices recommend the following usage.
For dogs and cats (split equally in order to
consume twice daily):
0-40 pounds: ½ to 1 capsule daily
40-80 pounds: 2 capsules daily
80-100 pounds: 3 capsules daily
For horses, suggested usage is approximately 4
Q. When should pets be given Laminine?
A. If you choose to give your
pet Laminine, it is suggested you give Laminine to your pets before
meals. Otherwise, Laminine can be mixed in with the pet food.
Q. Can Laminine benefit
pets with joint discomfort?
A. Laminine has been known to have a wide range of effects to
improve a variety of health concerns in humans.
While we have no specific studies on the use of Laminine in animals,
we know many animals that have taken Laminine have experienced a
decrease in the signs of joint discomfort. The ingredients in
Laminine have been known to decrease the signs of joint discomfort
in animals as it may stimulate stem cells in the joints, helping to
repair articular cartilage of the joints
Q. For what other animal
health conditions have veterinarians used Laminine for the treatment
of and to decrease discomfort?
A. Veterinarians who are also
LPGN IBOs have used Laminine in their practices for a number of