Chances are you own a pet that’s been neutered or spayed the conventional way. According to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), 83 percent of pet dogs are, and many undergo one of these procedures before 6 months of age.
That’s likely what your veterinarian recommended or your local shelter required for adoption.
However, here’s something that many pet owners don’t realize:
Both spaying and neutering remove all of the normal sex hormone-secreting tissues, but your dog still needs a certain level of circulating hormones for normal biologic functioning throughout life.
Over time, the loss of these hormone-secreting organs takes a toll on your dog’s adrenal glands, as they are the only tissues remaining that are capable of producing these hormones. Now they must do their own work plus the work of the missing organs. It's very difficult for these tiny little glands to keep up with the body's demand.
In addition to this extra burden, your pet’s body must cope with the continuous exposure to chemicals, from pesticides to plastics to flame retardants. These chemicals can affect your dog’s hormones in much the same way as spaying and neutering!
Adapted from the protocol of the world’s top endocrinologist, my Canine Hormone Support helps you balance your dog’s hormones and counter the hormonal effects of spaying and neutering, as well as potentially dangerous estrogen-mimicking chemicals.
Backed by solid research, this formula is recommended for:
Any age dog (male or female) who has been neutered or spayed (at any age) and has symptoms of sex hormone imbalances
Intact dogs who may be suffering from a hormonal imbalance or adrenal stress
Any dog (intact or desexed or sterilized) that has been exposed to excessive xenoestrogens or environmental contaminants
The only commercially available product of its type, Canine Hormone Support, is made with all human-grade ingredients: HMR lignans from Norway spruce, melatonin and DIM or Diindoylymethane from cruciferous vegetables to help:
Balance cortisol and other hormones
Lower strong estradiol estrogen levels
Support beneficial estrogen metabolism
Rebalance endocrine systems, including the adrenal glands