Pet GO is a supplement that provides your dog and/or cat with 15 beneficial glands and organs.
Pet GO is suggested for daily use and is, in my opinion, one of the best supplements you can give your pets on a daily basis.
I like using Pet GO because its broad spectrum of 15 glands and organs help to nourish those same glands and organs for improved overall health. I personally use Pet GO instead of many herbal (vegetarian) supplements. The reason why I do this is because our pets are natural carnivores. As a result, our carnivore friends tend to respond better to meat based supplements than vegetarian.
Pet GO glandular concentrates are from Argentinian range-grazed bovine and porcine animals. No fertilizer, hormones, antibiotics or feed supplements are used. No solvents are used in the making of this supplement.
The whole raw bovine and porcine tissues used in Pet GO are low–temperature processed to preserve naturally occurring vitamins, enzymes, nucleotides, lipoproteins and all other cell components. All wafers are made in a base of raw liver and bone meal.
Nutrient rich glands and organs are superb foods for dogs, cats and ferrets. They are a vital part of a natural carnivore diet. Yummy taste.
This supplement can be frozen when preparing food in advance.
Pet GO is available in wafer or powder form.
Obviously, the powder form is easier for sprinkling onto the food. But wafers can be given as a treat and/or easily crumbled and added to the food.
Pet GO 4 oz powder is equivalent to Pet GO 90 Wafers.
Glandulars are actually small amounts of raw glands that you can feed to your companion.
Glandulars are said to help your companion by distracting the body's own immune response. Does that make sense?
For some reason, when the body is suffering from an auto–immune disorder, the body can actually attack one or more of its own glands. By giving raw glands to your pet in the form of a healthy treat or nutritional supplement, you essentially trick their body (distracting the immune response). Now, instead of the body attacking its own glands, it attacks the glands that you have just fed. This in turn allows the body's glands to heal.
Feeding certain glands is said to help in certain ways. Here's a brief list of what certain glands may help with:
allergies, chronic stress/illness, low blood sugar, frequent infections, respiratory problems, fleas, mange, ear mites, ring worm
epilepsy, behavioural problems, nerve problems
cardiomyopathy and other heart problems
liver problems, anemia, diabetes, low blood sugar, debilitation, general health maintenance
poor immune function, chronic infections, tumors, poor digestion
poor immune function, chronic infections, tumors, mange
improper thyroid function, over or under weight, cold body temperature, arthritis, hair loss
When using glandulars, it is best to use supplements made with antibiotic and hormone free glands that have been preserved at low temperatures to preserve the nutrients.
Raw glandulars will also provide certain nutrients specific to the gland including minerals, fatty acids, lipoproteins, enzymes and so on.
Glandulars are usually available in different combinations to help with different situations including combinations for general health maintenance.