04 Sep Finally! A new approach to canine cancer nutrition.
This is a paid sponsored article from Canine Biologics.
Cancer is the leading cause of death in dogs over the age of two. And yet, there has not been a nutritional offering, until now, that is specifically created to support dogs fighting this disease.
Denver-based Canine Biologics has launched the first-of-its-kind integrated nutrition system based on numerous research studies and clinical trials. The system was developed by an oncology veterinarian with a PhD in Tumor Immunology and a PhD veterinary nutritionist whose research emphasis is critical care nutrition and nutritional support interventions for cancer and obesity.
Now, veterinarians have the option of sending cancer patients home with a nutrition system developed to meet the unique needs of these dogs. Far from just food for dogs, Canine Biologics has designed a 3-part, evidence-based system that incorporates human-grade, freeze dried food, wild-caught Alaskan salmon oil and a proprietary supplement blend that work synergistically to support dogs fighting cancer.
The formula includes components that have been shown to reduce inflammation, boost the immune system and protect the liver and GI tract. Additionally, it was designed to potentially enhance the effect of cancer therapies and may help canine cancer patients gain or maintain weight even when cachexia has taken hold.
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For more information about Canine Biologics and our Veterinary Partner program, please call 888-708-3821 or visit caninebiologics.com.