Vet­eri­nar­ian: Add This One Thing To Your Dog’s Food To Help Them Be Health­ier

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Is your dog try­ing to tell you some­thing? Ac­cord­ing to Dr. Gary Richter, one of the top vet­eri­nar­i­ans in the world, many dogs are at risk of se­ri­ous health is­sues… but their own­ers may be miss­ing the warn­ing signs. “Sta­tis­ti­cally, over half of all dogs over 10 years old will get can­cer,” says Dr. Richter. “Even young dogs are at risk. And, in my opin­ion, it’s pretty much all due to one thing: Food.” Ac­cord­ing to Dr. Richter — who was voted “Amer­ica’s Fa­vorite Vet­eri­nar­ian” and has over 20 years of ex­pe­ri­ence with dogs of ev­ery shape and size — cer­tain dog foods con­tain a dan­ger­ous chem­i­cal that wreaks havoc on our dogs’ bod­ies. This, in turn, can lead to di­ges­tive dis­com­fort, joint prob­lems, smelly breath and poop, weight gain, itch­ing, al­ler­gies, and even early death. For­tu­nately, by sim­ply do­ing one thing to your dog’s food, Dr. Richter has seen thou­sands of dogs de­feat these trou­bling con­di­tions. Dr. Richter ac­tu­ally dis­cov­ered this trick — which any­body can do, right in their kitchen — while try­ing to im­prove his own dog’s health. “It’s easy, and you don’t need to change your dog’s food. It only takes about two min­utes a day,” Richter said on a call with re­porters and in­dus­try ex­perts. Dr. Richter, an ex­pert in both Western and Holis­tic pet care, says he’s found a sim­ple way to help im­prove dog health that any­body can do. Now, for the first time ever, Dr. Richter has cre­ated a short video where he ex­plains ev­ery­thing about the true cause of many ca­nine health is­sues, in­clud­ing how peo­ple can nat­u­rally help fix them, on their own, right from home. The video pre­sented by Dr. Richter is free and un­in­ter­rupted. You can go to to watch the video now. So far, the re­views have been stun­ning, with view­ers say­ing their dogs’ health im­proved in a mat­ter of weeks or even days. One viewer com­mented: “This is amaz­ing! If you want your dog to live a long time and be happy, these tips are a god­send. So easy and so im­por­tant.” Of course, Dr. Richter’s an­nounce­ment was met with some hes­i­ta­tion. We spoke to some ca­nine health ex­perts who at­tended the call, who ad­vised that peo­ple keep their ex­pec­ta­tions re­al­is­tic. "This idea is great, and he's a re­ally well re­spected vet­eri­nar­ian and re­searcher," said one pet ex­pert in at­ten­dance. "But try it first. This is help­ing a lot of dogs but it's rare that you find one thing that works for ev­ery­one." Go to to learn more.

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