You can now learn a skill that has 95% efficacy in reversing canine mobility issues.
A multitude of diseases can cause canines difficulty to maintain their mobility. Conditions like sarcopenia, hip dysplasia, knuckling, arthritis, osteoarthrosis, and chronic intervertebral hip disease cause dogs to lose bone density and reduced muscle mass and develop joint problems. These issues are particularly pronounced in spayed or neutered canines.
Pets may show symptoms of hampered mobility through limping, stiffness, hesitation to exercise, and difficulty getting up from a laying down position.
Twenty-five percent of all canines in the US are spayed or neutered, which means there is a widespread pet vulnerability to mobility issues due to a simple lack of testosterone. Providing Testosterone replacement therapy restores their testosterone to naturally occurring levels, which helps to increase and maintain both muscle mass and bone density and improving mobility issues.
Treating these mobility issues for spayed or neutered canines has now become easier. A novel treatment involving testosterone restoration has been developed and perfected by an experienced veterinarian, Dr. David Bieber, DVM. This treatment has a 95% success rate with no side effects.
Dogosterone therapy was developed because of Dr. Bieber’s own Chocolate Lab, Bruno. Bruno had a lumbar herniated disc that paralyzed both of his hind legs. After Bruno was confined to a wheelchair cart for several months, Dr. Bieber began researching Testosterone and its effects on bone density and muscle mass. Dr. Bieber started giving Bruno Testosterone injections and after just five months, Bruno was able to walk without assistance or any rehabilitation.
Dr. Bieber has refined the Dogosterone therapy protocol over the years since he initially started offering it to clients in in 2009. The results were excellent. A success rate of 95% speaks volumes of the effectiveness of this protocol. Many canines have benefitted, with results not only limited to markedly improved mobility and energy but also fully returning to their playful selves.
Based on Dr. Bieber’s research, many spayed and neutered canines can benefit from Dogosterone and have a better life. Dogosterone is also very effective for older dogs.
This treatment benefits your client’s pets in the following ways:
- Ability to stand from a lying position
- Increased muscle mass
- Improved weight bearing
- Increased strength and stamina
- Increased mobility
- Improved quality of life and longevity.
Dogosterone therapy course
You can learn the Dogosterone protocol by enrolling in the online course for Dogosterone certification. Dr. Bieber has personally developed this course because he wants to help as many Brunos as possible.
The treatment has certain nuances, which you will learn as part of the course. The course will teach you the entire clinical protocol, including initial assessment and evaluation, dosage and continued treatment.
You can enroll in the course by visiting Dr. David’s website.
Dr. Omer Rashid earned his veterinary degree in 2002 from University of Agriculture Faisalabad, and quickly followed that with a Master’s degree in Parasitology. He worked for several years in veterinary practice with small animals, as well as horses and livestock. He studied advanced pharmacology at Charles Darwin University in Australia, and discovered his love for writing while working as a science writer for a research company with clients such as Harvard, Stanford and Cambridge universities. Along the way, Dr. Rashid developed an interest in integrative veterinary health, and he joined Redstone Media Group as Associate Editor of IVC Journal and veterinary content developer in 2022.