A natural dietary supplement recommended for active dogs, pregnant dogs or dogs suffering from anemia, significant blood loss, post surgical weakness, after-birthing recovery, or heavy parasite infestation. The formula contains ingredients rich in RNA/DNA, iron and vitamin B12, which are essential for the formation of hemoglobin. Higher levels of hemoglobin increase the supply of oxygen and improve a dogs’ level of energy and vitality.
Up to 50lbs...1 tablet twice daily, 50 to 100lbs...2 tablets twice daily, Over 100lbs...3 tablets twice daily
Tablets may be given orally or crumbles and mixed with moist food. Responses to natural dietary supplements may vary by animal.
One tablet guaranteed to contain:
Liver Powder...368mg, Angelica Sinesis...105mg, Alfalfa Powder...105mg, Yellow Dock...105mg, Chlorella...105mg, Lycium Berry...53mg, Ligusticum...53mg, Red Raspberry...53mg, Red Clover...53mg
Ingredients: A proprietary blend of Liver Powder, Bone Meal, Alfalfa Powder, Angelica Sinesis, Yellow Dock, Chlorella, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Glyceryl Monostearate, Lycium Berry, Ligusticum, Red Raspeberry, Red Clover, Croscarmellose Sodium, Silica Dioxide, and Maganesium Stearate
Blood and Energy brought our Ben back by Beagles Nest MD from Glen Burnie, MD03/25/2012
On a Friday in Jan 2012 our Beagle, Ben (14), seemed very lathargic. He was still eating but not as much as usual. His current major health issue is arthritis and gets a daily regimen of baby asprin for the pain. I started feeding him rice mixed with some wet dog food and making sure he was offered water a hour or so. On Sat. afternoon we noticed that his stool was a tary black so I thought he must be bleeding inside. He did not have a bowel movement at all on Sunday and we noticed that his gums were very pale so I decided that I needed to take him to the vet on Monday if he did not improve. I was worried that maybe the asprin (1 - 82 mg 2 x a day) may have caused an ulcer hence the bleeding. The VET ran a blood test and took an x-ray on Monday. $300 later His red blood cell count was at 11 and should be in the 35-50 range. So, he was very anemic. His digestive track did not appear to be ruptured but he did have a large mass in his abdomin and his heart seemed enlarged which may mean a mass on his heart, also. The vet suggested a Sonogram to possibly give more internal info. (another $150) and the next step would be to transfer Ben to the nearest Emergency clinic for a blood transfusion which may be another $600-700. Considering Ben's age I decided against the Sonogram and Blood Transfusion so the vet said the alternative would be to put him to sleep because he is very sick. I said "today?" and mentioned that my husband would want to say goodbye. She said okay, take him home for a day and bring him back tomorrow but that I shouldn't wait too long. My husband and decided that as long as he was eating and drinking we were not going to put him to sleep. The vet did not believe he was in pain, just very tired, like he just got over the flu (for example). I did some research on-line that Monday and found this blood and energy supplement. I placed and order, stopped his asprin regimen and fed him med. rare steak and continued rice with soft food over the next couple days while waiting for the supplement to get here. I started him on Blood & Energy by Wed. evening and by Sunday he was making his normal circle around the yard. We were carrying him from the couch to go out and eliminate then he would come right back in. We could not believe we even thought about putting him to sleep. It is now Mid March 2012 and he seems better than he was before and he seems to be shedding less. I would suggest this supplement for any older dog especially if they are anemic and expensive transfusions are not an option for you as a pet owner. Good luck! I hope this helped. The other reviews are great as well. Love your pets! We do!
From the Beagles Nest MD
PS: I only wish this product was sold locally so I could have bought it right away.