Zenapet Sheds Light On Treatments For Dog Arthritis & Pain Relief

October 18, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Zenapet, a dog supplement manufacturer, is reaching out to share information about the uses of MSM for dog arthritis and pain relief. These US-made supplements are produced with immune-boosting ingredients that may promote a healthy response to food, skin, seasonal and environmental allergies. More information about the company can be found at the following link: www.zenapet.com.

MSM (Methyl-sulfonyl-methane) is a naturally-occurring form of sulfur compound that is produced by ocean planktons. It is found in several food items, such as cow's milk, meat, seafood (e.g. kelp), fruits, nuts and vegetables.

As Zenapet explains, sulfur is stored in almost every cell in the body. It is highly concentrated around areas such as joints, hair, skin and nails, and it is an essential component in the formation of blood proteins, amino acids, connective tissue and the maintenance of healthy skin. The problem, however, is that the concentration of sulfur in the body begins to decrease as bodies age, and this can cause a number of deficiencies. In humans, sulfur deficiencies show in the form of both physical and psychological stress, organ/issue malfunction and fatigue. In dogs, they manifest as dull fur or skin problems, poor gastrointestinal/immune systems and joint pain and arthritis.

These issues in dogs can be countered with the right supplements and treatments, such as Zenapet’s MSM supplements, which work in a very synergistic manner with the other ingredients in the formula. MSM supplements are given to dogs for joint and connective tissue support; relief of pain as a result of arthritis, hip dysplasia and joint problems (for joint pain relief, MSM can be given together with Glucosamine); maintenance of healthy skin and hair; and the relief of some allergy symptoms.

Caren Collins of Zenapet says, “Dogs are a man’s best friend. That’s a statement that’s been proven true time and time again. They are loving, loyal creatures who will stay by our sides through thick and thin. It is very important that we give them the same love that they give us, and a huge part of doing that is making sure that they are healthy. Dogs, too, suffer from aging issues, and we should do everything we can to make sure that they aren’t negatively affected. MSM supplements can go a long way in seeing to that.”

Zenapet goes on to clarify that MSM may counter parasites by competing for receptor sites on the mucous membrane of the intestines — and can even act as cell rejuvenators. Since sulfur is stored in almost all living cells, MSM can work in conjunction with Vitamin C to boost the maintenance of healthy cells. Further, it decreases the pressure inside cells and makes them more permeable, which enables water and nutrients to flow into the cells (and, at the same time allowing toxins to flow out).

MSM is also an antioxidant that helps to clean the blood stream and flush toxins from the cells. Additionally, according to Zenapets, while MSM itself is not a direct cure for any allergies, it may help in the reduction of allergy symptoms by making it easy for allergens to be removed from the body more quickly. Since most of the body’s MSM is concentrated around the muscles, joints, skin, hair and bones, MSM may also have great effects as a joint healer. When rigid fibrous tissue cells (such as joint cells) swell and become inflamed, it can result in a lot of pressure and pain that can be relieved by MSM.

Zenapet’s supplements and treatments have earned the company high praise from users. Julie L. says in her review, “Our puppy had warts in and around her mouth, and they wouldn't go away. 3-4 weeks later, they're basically obsolete.” In another review, Kelly G. says, “After three weeks, the Papillomas were gone. I couldn't believe it. Gone!”

Those who want to learn more about Zenapet and their services are welcome to visit the company's website. They encourage interested parties to get in touch with Caren Collins directly via email or phone. The company can also be reached through the contact form on their website. Zenapet maintains a presence on Facebook where they frequently post updates, share media and communicate with their customers. Those who are interested in purchasing Zenapet products can do so at the following link: https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_2?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=dog+arthritis+pain+relief&field-brand=ZENAPET.

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For more information about Zenapet, contact the company here:

Zenapet
Caren Collins
info@zenapet.com

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