What is MSM?

December 28th, 2010 at 4:42 am EDT

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Hello Friend,

A cheery post Boxing Day to you and your pets.

My family and I had a very pleasant Christmas- for one I wasn't called away on any emergencies..

Lewis LOVED his new squeaky toy, in fact he was holding it in his paws licking it last night.

The cats ( Gussie and Cleo) both were joyful beneficiaries of catnip- and Gussie is currently batting at her catnip toy under the tree as I write this.

What is MSM?

MSM or Methylsulfonylmethane is found naturally in some raw fruits and vegetables. It a sulfur containing compound, and it is essential for normal cell function. MSM decreases inflammation and pain, and acts as an antioxidant.

HOW it works for arthritis

It replenishes sulfur stores within arthritic joints, allowing cartilage to rebuild.

There is also evidence suggesting that it increases the effectiveness of glucosamine.

Should you use it?

In supplementing for arthritis, different animals respond to the variety of supplements.

Some ONLY need Glucosamine, while others respond much BETTER to combinations of supplements.

In treating dogs and cats for arthitis, I have had the best success in supplementing with Glucosamine, Chondroitin AND MSM.

Where to start?

I have formulated my Ultimate Canine and Feline Health formulas with therapeutic levels of MSM.

It is very safe, and I have found it to be surprisingly effective.

Grab your trial bottle here:




P.S. IF you have an older pet, they will likely have some degree of arthritis. Before you begin with any conventional medication, at least TRY a supplement for 60 days.

I would sure like it if you try mine :-)

It's here, and you can get a TRIAL for 50% OFF



P.P.S. Not much has changed in my dealings with my former Veterinary College. Thanks again for those who have taken the time to write, sign the petition or call.

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You can directly contact The College:

Attention: Registrar Valerie Osborne
College of Veterinarians of British Columbia
#107 - 828 Harbourside Drive
North Vancouver, BC  V7P 3R9

Tel:  1-604-929-7090

Fax:  1-604-929-7095

General email: reception@cvbc.ca

P.P.P.S. Please forward the petition to your pet

owning friends and family.




Heal Your Pets At Home!

Best Wishes,

Dr Andrew Jones

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