PEMF For Your Dog

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Just like humans, Dogs also can benefit from PEMF Therapy

PEMF Therapy is safe and effective for your dog as well as humans. 

Dogs have the same molecular make up as humans and also receive magnetic pulsing from the Earth. 

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FREE pulsing for your dog when you pulse

We are dog lovers and want our dogs to enjoy the same health benefits from PEMF Therapy that you do.  This is why we have established this program so that you can treat your dog simultaneously when you pulse. Dogs love this treatment and you will too.   PEMF Therapy is DRUG FREE and has NO side effects.

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Reduced future medical bills for your dog

Our goal with this program is to help you maintain optimal health for you and your dog as long as possible.  Since dogs age faster than we do, it is vital that your dog receive the benefits that PEMF Therapy can offer to them and to you.  PEMF Therapy slows the aging process by recharging the cells and allowing them to work more effectively and effiiently, reducing stress and optimizing their quality of life.

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Arthritis

Just like humans, dogs experience all sorts of arthritis like conditions.  

This is due the drop in millivolts in their cells, just like humans.  When their cells are not working properly, they can experience all sorts of discomfort, just like humans.  PEMF Therapy can help with these conditions as well as all sorts of organ issues and swelling in general. Make your dogs life more comfortable and fulfilling with PEMF Therapy.

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What is MEGAESOPHAGUS?

Megaesophagus is an enlargement of the esophagus, the muscular tube that connects the throat to the stomach, with decreased (or even zero) mobility.   Mobility in this instance refers to the esophagus’ ability to push food and liquid into the stomach.  When this doesn’t happen food and liquid build up in the esophagus. Megaesophagus is most often seen in humans, horses, cats and dogs.  However, it is more common in dogs.  Some breeds are born with this problem and some breeds are predisposed to the condition. Such as:

  • Wire-Haired Fox Terriers
  • Miniature Schnauzers.
  • German Shepherds
  • Dachshunds
  • Great Danes
  • Irish Setter
  • Labrador Retriever
  • Pug
  • Chinese Shar-Pei