I was starting to worry about Chester. He is an older dog that likes to plod along but he would always keep up with Gretel and I on hikes and brisk walks. A few weeks ago I though that I would have to start leaving him home because he started lagging so far behind. I felt like I was constantly dragging him along, which both made me feel bad and frustrated me.
I was happy to discover Revitamal (derived from the words “revitalize” and “animal”), which claims to be a revolution in pet health that restores function, comfort, energy, and vitality. Revitamal offered to send me a sample for Chester to try and, since it is made with safe looking human-grade ingredients 100% sourced and made in the USA, I figured it wouldn’t hurt to try it.
Revitamal works by removing toxins, scavenging free radicals, and arresting oxidation within cells allowing the body to heal itself. The benefits of once-daily Revitamal extend to all body systems, including brain and nerve function, vision, hearing, taste and digestion, muscle, skin and bone, kidney and liver function, and glandular issues.
The main ingredient in Revitamal — FulleLifeTM — has also shown the ability to double the lifespan of animals started on the supplement at maturity, while preventing the common diseases of aging animals.
Many pet owners report that, within days, their animals are spry and eager to engage in activities that they may have been avoiding due to the effects of aging. I didn’t see a difference in the first few days but it was ok with me. I knew it was working to heal him from the inside and that it could take up to 2 weeks to see results.
After about a week, I started seeing some subtle improvements. Chester stopped lagging so far behind on our brisk walks. I wasn’t convinced yet though. Yesterday, we finally got our for our first real hike since I started Revitamal in his food 10 days ago. We hit the trail and I started speed hiking up the hill. We hiked for 45 minutes and Chester didn’t lag behind at all. In fact, he kept just on Gretel’s heels for the most part. I definitely saw an increase in his energy. Our friends tried Revitamal and their aging Dachshund Wilhelm got all peppy again too. If Revitamal sounds intriguing to you, I suggest you read the science behind it and the FAQ page to see if you think it’s right for your pet.
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