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Is your practice equipped to help the senior pet wellness market? Often patients are left with no solutions to help their mental health improve. Use Neutricks®, your missing tool, to help your patients.
Hear how other veterinarians have found success with Neutricks®
A pet that seems strangely distant, confused, or disoriented, may be a candidate. More than 28 million pets (dogs and cats) in the U.S. have mild memory issues. Independent research and veterinarian testimonials have reported that Neutricks® has positive benefits on animals with mild memory issues.
In a study at the University of California-Davis, 62% of 11- to 16-year-old dogs showed signs in at least one category of memory impairment. In a survey of pet owners, nearly half of dogs age 8 and older showed at least one sign associated with mild memory problems. The Veterinary Journal published a recent study of pets seen by veterinarians in whom they estimated that 14.2 percent of older pets presented with mild memory problems yet only 1.9% were addressing the problems.
Neutricks research was presented to the American College of Veterinary Behaviorist conference at the American Veterinary Medical Association meeting and at the European Veterinary Behaviorist Conference.
Yes, veterinary schools recommend Neutricks®. These are some of those that recommend Neutricks: Cal-Davis, Cornell, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Minnesota, North Carolina, Ohio State, Tennessee, Texas A & M, Tufts and University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine.
Veterinary Behaviorists including Dr. Gary Landsberg, Dr. Marsha Reich and Dr. Jeff Nichol recommend Neutricks. Dr. Gary Landsberg, Dr. Jeff Nichol and Joseph Araujo, Ph.D. have co-authored a paper on CDS in the July 2012 “Veterinary Clinics of North America” and they have included Neutricks® as a recommended product.
The active ingredient in Neutricks is a Calcium Binding Protein called Apoaequorin. Calcium Binding Proteins (CaBP) are crucial for calcium balance in the brain cell. And as animals age, less of their own (CaBP’s) are produced and we simply replace these diminished proteins with our 100% natural protein (apoaequorin).