That's A Nice Looking Bone - Bone Density and Cardio Support
Many experts suggest that the rising rate of diseases and conditions in dogs and cats may be due to a lack of preventative nutrients in our pet's food. Often, commercial and holistic foods are missing vitamins, vital trace nutrients, and plant-based ingredients that are essential for canine and feline health.
That's A Nice Looking Bone is important and unique due to its genisteinand daidzein content which may help to build bone density, especially important in cases of bone loss. Includes holistic use to help reduce symptoms related to osteoporosis; arthritis; Degenerative Joint Disease (DJD); Intervertebral Disk Disease (IDD) plus its genistein and daidzein content may work to help support a healthy heart and may be a critical health aid in cases of Heart Disease, atherosclerosis and arteriosclerosis. (* As recommended by holistic veterinarians for use under a traditional medical system)
Other holistic indications may include use to help address hyperlipidemia and high cholesterol; may help support veins, arteries and vein elasticity; may help address Heartworm Disease and as an adaptogen to help balance hormones (may reduce or activate estrogen and may decrease the health risks of excess estrogen). (* As recommended by holistic veterinarians for use under a traditional medical system)
Phytoestrogens found in That's A Nice Looking Bone may help reduce the risk of cancer because they may lower exposure to natural estrogens by competing for estrogen receptor sites or changing the way natural estrogens are broken down. It is possible that in reducing estrogen exposure, the risk of cancer may be reduced specifically related to target tissues of the reproductive organs that respond to sex hormone signals, including breast, endometrial & prostate cancers. (* As recommended by holistic veterinarians for use under a traditional medical system)
That's A Nice Looking Bone may also used holistically to help address symptoms related to Cognitive Disorder and decline; Alzheimer's and dementia; may help with hormonally responsive Urinary Incontinence; may help maintain bladder muscle tone after spaying or neutering; may help address insulin resistance related to Diabetes type I and type II; may help address symptoms related to Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy (BPH); and as a holistic adjunctive may help address Cushing's and Addison's disease; and its prebiotic and probiotic content may help encourage healthy bacteria native to your pet's digestive system and help encourage proper digestion. (* As recommended by holistic veterinarians for use under a traditional medical system)
Secondary plant chemicals may include the holistic use to help reduce the effects of asthma; cataracts; Degenerative Myelopathy; periodontal disease, gingivitis and stomatitis; inflammation of the kidneys and may help as a kidney disease preventative; for glomerulonephritis; may help decrease protein in the urine for animals with kidney disease. (* As recommended by holistic veterinarians for use under a traditional medical system)
Lactose and cholesterol free. *
Adult and Senior animals, for general cardiac support, for pets with increased cardiac demand or conditions that increase cardiac workload as indicated by cardiac auscultation, EKG, thoracic radiographs and echocardiography, to protect against damage from free radicals, for performance, working, senior animals and for neuromuscular disorders.
Gelatin Capsules, Soy Extract Isoflavones Glycine G. max.
Beef flavored capsules.
The capsules are certified Kosher and Halal, and meet all requirements of European Pharmacopoeia (EP), and the United States Pharmacopoeia (USP).
Soy is contraindicated for pets hypersensitive or allergic to soy products. Contraindicated for pets diagnosed with cystic fibrosis. Antibiotics are used to reduce harmful bacteria in the body and antibiotics can also reduce friendly bacteria in the intestines.
May interact with Tamoxifen: Animal studies suggest that genistein, a soy isoflavone, may antagonize the effects of tamoxifen on estrogen-dependent breast cancer (MCF-7). May decrease the effectiveness of Warfarin (Coumadin) and might increase the risk of clotting. Have your pets blood checked regularly as their dose of warfarin (Coumadin) might need to be changed.
Use caution if your pet is pregnant or nursing. Do not give to puppies or kittens without consulting your Vet. Animals with existing hormone sensitive conditions such as breast cancer, ovarian cancer, uterine cancer, or endometriosis should exercise caution in consuming high levels of soy extract. Cautioned for pets with kidney stones as soy might increase the risk due to the presence of a group of chemicals called oxalates. Use caution if your pet has kidney dysfunction or disease. The condition of under-active thyroid (hypothyroidism) may be worsened by use of soy. Dogs cannot digest soybeans. This product does not include soybeans, but rather soy extract isoflavone.
(please confirm dosage according to life stage of dog or cat)
Dogs and cats up to 12 pounds: 1/4 capsule, one time daily.
Dogs and cats up to 13-25 pounds: 1/2 capsule, one time daily.
Dogs and cats 26 -49 pounds: 3/4 capsule, two times daily.
Dogs and cats 50+: 1 capsule, two times daily.