Resveratrol For Dogs

With all the compelling resveratrol research and studies on the potential benefits to humans based on the laboratory results on mice, rats, fruit flies and single cell organisms, it is not surprising that a company has created a resveratrol product especially designed for man’s best friend! Keeping “Spike” alive longer and friskier than ever is the goal of resveratrol brand Resvantage.

Resvantage brand resveratrol offers a low dose resveratrol product for people as well as a low dose resveratrol capsule for canines which is enhanced with other nutritionally valuable elements essential for a healthy longer living dog:

-Atlantic Kelp – Rich in vitamins, trace minerals and amino acids which are essential for complete nutritional support.
- Sea kelp – a natural source of iodine beneficial for thyroid and glandular health and it improves digestion and reduces stress.
- Flaxseed Oil – An excellent source of Omega-3 fatty acids are critically important for neuromuscular development, skin health, coat quality and are used for inflammatory skin diseases and infections, arthritis and flea and food allergies.
- Omega-3 fatty acids are the good fats that reduce triglycerides and cholesterol (the prime fatty arterial blockers) and help prevent blood clots.
- Lecithin – A sustainer to the nervous system and brain promoting alertness and steady nerves. Lecithin emulsifies fat, improves digestion of fats, and helps remove fatty liver deposits for a healthier liver and improved metabolic process.

Peter Brant, spokesman of the company, said that they also have a feline resveratrol product that will be available within 3 weeks. Now kitty can live a potentially much longer and healthy life as well as their owner!

For more information on the the company check out their website, , and get more information about their products for fido and yourself!

7 comments to Resveratrol For Dogs

  • denise

    If grapes are toxic to canines why would resveratol? Thank You, Denise

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  • Chantel

    Yes I am curious also Denise. I know grapes are poisonous to dogs. Have Resveratrol been tested on canines?

  • As the founder of one of the first pet rescue charities of its kind in the country, I have fostered and been the guardian of thousands of dogs for over 2 decades. The ones that end up staying with me have been deemed “unadoptable” by the mainstream public and come with all sorts of issues. Rooney was such an “undesireable”, turned into an animal shelter to be euthanized with an unpredictable biting problem and a stubborn, picky eater. He’s been with me since 2000 and has gone days where he would not eat the best of dog foods or even the most yummy of human foods. But he felt like my son and and we’ve always had a deep connection so I’ve defended him from the many people who have suggested I have him euthanized.
    I’ve used many different supplements over the years on my dogs and have eliminated the need for most toxic medications that veterinarians prescribe without thinking twice. When I learned about the Resvantage for dogs, I was excited to try it on one of my dogs to see if I would be able to notice some difference from using it. Rooney was my pick, but I wasn’t expecting anything significant on a short term basis. Within 2 weeks Rooney was consistently eating dog food and began barking to eat. In 9 years he never showed an enthusiasm to eat. I wasn’t sure if this was just a fluke but months later, he remains to have a great appetite. The most remarkable part is that he is about 17, and also just started mounting and playing with one of the younger dogs I’ve been fostering…and yes, both dogs are altered!! Before this, Rooney had been sleeping much of the time. May this product have that kind of an impact on everyone- humans or animals- who take it!

    Randi Berger-Founder, Recycled Pets Rescue
    818 986-0201

  • Support Team - Resvantage

    Grapes are not the source of the resveratrol used in Resvantage Canine. The resvaratrol comes from Giant Knotweed (Latin Name: Polygonum Cuspidatum)which is the same source of the resveratrol that is used in studies and clinical trials at major scientific research institutions and medical colleges.

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