Monday, June 16, 2014

A Pet's Fountain of Youth #AntiAgingPets

   It has been over five hundred years since Ponce de León was rumored to be in search for the elusive Fountain of Youth.  Unfortunately, we are still looking for a cure to the aging process.  The same holds true for our pets.  We want them to live a long healthy life and dread the days when aches and pains start to slow them.  Is there a Fountain of Youth for our pets?  Well, it is not a fountain, but there is a bottle of restored youth available!
   Revitamal is the first supplement of its kind.  The name is derived from the words “revitalize” and “animal,”
which is exactly what it does.  These drops provide a major breakthrough in cellular anti-aging science to your pets.  From the initial dosage on your pet’s food, Revitamal begins working to restore function, comfort, energy, and vitality to your best friend.  It is approved for all pets with the exception of fish.  That
The convenient dropper makes measuring and adding Revitamal a breeze.
means that your dog, cat, bird, hamster, rabbit, or any other small mammal that is part of your family can reap the benefits.  You don’t have to worry about over or under dosing either, because it is completely non-toxic.  If your pet is currently on medication, that’s okay.  Since it works removing toxins and supporting healthy cellular maintenance, it is considered a “complimentary therapy” which can enhance the effects of other treatments.  Simply follow the package guidelines, and with the measured dropper, add the proper amount to your pet’s food once a day.  The results of this amazing 21st century anti-aging science is obvious in the first few days.
   How does Revitamal work?  It quickly activates the natural mechanisms of cellular repair, energy production, and detoxification.  Without making your eyes glaze over with a bunch of scientific jargon, let me explain it this way; our cells are constantly exposed to attack by free radicals in our environment.  These molecules contain an extra electron.  Because it is an unpaired electron, it acts like a buzz-saw capable of damaging delicate cellular machinery by “oxidation.”  Our pets have a built-in mechanism for “quenching” these renegade free radicals.  Unfortunately, over time their ability lessens allowing the cellular system to become overtaxed and challenged.  Revitamal protects the cell membranes and tissues from becoming damaged.  The main ingredient in FulleLifeTM has shown the ability to double the lifespan of animals started on the supplement at maturity.  It also prevents the chronic illness and diseases that plague our aging animals.  The oldest dog on Revitamal is a 23-year-old black Labrador.  Doesn’t that astonish you?  Their site has other amazing facts and answers to frequently asked questions.
   I began adding Revitamal to Bentley and Pierre’s breakfast each morning on June 2, 2014.  Pierre is only
This is the first photo I've posted of Bentley running.
 Why?  He never used to run very much!
3 years old and is full of vigor, so I didn’t expect to see a huge difference in his added one dropper full.  Within two days though, he had even more energy and stamina.  The biggest change was in Bentley.  As you probably can guess, a Basset Hound is notoriously laid back and slow moving.  That described him to a tee until the third day after we began adding two droppers of Revitamal on his dog food.  Our usual slow methodical walk suddenly turned into a brisk journey with occasional bursts of trotting.  Bentley and Pierre’s games of chase and wrestling have increased.  So have our games of fetch and tug o’ war.  They both have more vitality.
   The fact that Revitamal has been established in over 2,000 peer-reviewed studies speaks volumes.  They have brought decades of aging research straight home to our pets.  It is 100% sourced and made in the U.S.A. (even the bottle).  Revitamal is made to human food grade standards and has a strong cancer preventative action.  They guarantee that you will notice a difference in your pet within a 1-bottle time frame (1 month).  I recommend Revitamal to all of our friends.  Ordering is easy and delivery is fast.  You have nothing to lose and extra years of life for your best friends to gain.
   One lucky Barking from the Bayou reader is going to win a bottle of Revitamal.  All you have to do is enter the Rafflecopter below.  It is a $34.95 value, but its benefits are priceless.

This post is sponsored by Revitamal and the Pet Blogger Network.  I am being compensated for helping spread the word about Revitamal, but Barking from the Bayou only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers.  Revitamal and AdaptoGenerations Inc are not responsible for the content of this article.

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35 comments :

  1. Sounds like an interesting product for sure. Have a marvellous Monday.
    Best wishes Molly

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    1. I was shocked at the difference it made in Bentley. I want some for humans and they report that a formula is on the way perhaps next year!!

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    2. I was stunned at the difference it made in Bentley in only 3 days! I can hardly wait until they introduce a formula for humans. I'd love to be a test subject for this one!

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  2. Wilhelm looked a lot like Bentley when Revitamal gave him his bounce back! I am so impressed and also highly recommend it.

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    1. It really is an incredible product that delivers what it promises!

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  3. Glad it works for you. We have tried it with Katie for two weeks now with only minimal results. She will be 12 next week and has had her arthritis for a long time, so either it is too late or it will take even longer to help her. It was worth trying, though.

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    1. Poor Katie. I hope that you start seeing stronger results soon. I know that you want her to be happy and have an ease of movement. We are keeping our paws crossed.

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  4. that sounds like a magic product, Bentley. I will order one for my mom so she hasn't to use the source of youth in Merlin's forest any longer...

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    1. It does seem like magic in a bottle. Revitamal is working on a human formula and I will definitely be adding it to my anti-aging regimen. Hmmm, Merlin's forest eh?

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  5. AHHHH!!!!!! I was so excited when I read that you were giving this away! Good luck to everyone who enters.
    I am so so glad it has worked for Bentley! I love that photo of him running! BOLOL!!!!!! Hilarious! That look in his eyes is as if he just can't run fast enough! Go Bentley Gooooo!
    ღ husky hugz ღ frum our pack at Love is being owned by a husky!

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    1. I always saw pictures of Bassets running and loved them. Bentley only ran when he was chasing Pierre so we couldn't really get a good shot. Now, he runs when we call him! WHAT?!?! It is an amazing site to see. : )

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  6. Hmmm, I wonder if revitamal will help Oz get some spunk back? He is getting older now and has slowed down a bit from his younger days. I am so glad to hear that it is non-toxic and easy to use and that it is working fr YOU!
    Oz

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    1. Hi Oz, Bentley is 6 years young and it sure stepped up his game. He is so much more active and that is a major thing while we are trying to help him lose the five pounds out vet recommended. It is definitely worth the investment. (or maybe you can win a bottle!)

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  7. I would love to try Bella on Revitamal and see if it helps her regain more of her puppy energy :)

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    1. You will be shocked at the difference it will make in Bella. I am thrilled with the results and plan on making it a lifetime commitment. Can you imagine getting to have our fur babies for 23+ years?!?!

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  8. Excellent photo of him running! He's got the look of a young pup!

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    1. Thanks Chewy! I believe that he feels like a pup again without the chewing and destroying stage! Winning!!

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  9. I rescued a 14 year old owner dumped cat from the shelter a couple of months ago...I'd love to try this product for her. Thank you for the chance to win

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  10. Ha! I love that photo of Bentley :) Those floppy ears! This sounds like a product that's almost too good to be true...Riley is 8 years old, but in my opinion, he acts older. He loves walks, but begins to limp and pant after only a few blocks. Maybe this product could help him get some of his energy back?

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  11. Sounds amazing!! I love the photo of Bentley running! I think those are my favorite kinds of photos!

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  12. If that stuff will work on humans, will you post a photo of you running LOL :-D

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  13. I'd love to try Bunny on this. She's already pretty active, but I can see that age is starting to set in just a bit. I'd love to keep the spring in her step going!

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  14. Never heard of it so thanks for sharing.

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  15. Definitely sounds like something to try!

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  16. Wow, when I heard of this I was pretty skeptical. But if it really works that well, we might have to give it a try for our older girls.
    Bentley looks like a puppy running in that photo!
    Jan, Wag 'n Woof Pets

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  17. That's PAWsome Bentley is running and looks like he lost some weight too. Woofs to Revitamal. Golden Woofs

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  18. would love to have this for my 12 yr.old dog would be great

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  19. I would really like to try this out with my girl.

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  20. Oooh fountain of youth! Does that mean I can behave like a puppy forever? :)

    I hope you're having a fun day,

    Your pal Snoopy :)

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  21. That's so wonderful that Revitamal is working out for you guys! Bentley does look energized :)

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  22. I have five rescued Treeing Walker Coonhounds. Four are healthy, 4-5 year old "pups", but my Suki is 13+ and is really starting to feel her age. This product would be great for her!

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  23. I would like to start my cat, Jack on Revitemal ASAP!

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  24. We had just lost our family dog to old age, I wished I would have had something like this for him. I want to take preventative measures and start this with our pitbull puppy.

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  25. Would love to try for my 15 year old cat Sam

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