My Liver Supplement

Health

Hello everyone, CEO Olivia here. I want to continue my discussion on the supplements I take to help me cope with my AED’s (anti epilepsy drugs) & to keep me in top health. In today’s environment, all good dogs & cool cats can use a little help, not just us epi-warriors.

Today I’m barking about my Liver supplement. My medications can be harsh on my organs, especially my liver. Three times a year, my huMom gives me Liver Tone which is made by Omega Alpha. For healthy dogs & cats, Omega Alpha recommends a twice a year cleanse as sufficient but we do it three times due to my medications.

Urban dogs & cats are exposed to toxins every day. Car fumes, second hand smoke, food contaminants, pesticides & flea, tick & heartworm preparations & common drugs such as anti-inflammatories (NSAIDS) just to name a few. They breath in toxins, they absorb them through the skin & ingest them. Eventually the liver has to deal with all these toxins, so a regular cleansing boost is key to a healthy good dog or cool cat.

Our liver is the primary organ for detoxification. In my case, it get’s stressed out by my medications. For example, one of my medications, Potassium Bromide can be described as a salty brine & I take a dose twice a day. Liver Tone is a natural herbal liquid based on both Chinese & western medicine. It provides antioxidants to the liver while it gently cleanses & provides a boost to it’s functions. It helps prevent fatty liver disease & boosts bile excretion.

Every good dog & cool cat will benefit from taking Liver Tone.

CEO Olivia

Note : We have been using Omega Alpha products for several years now & sell their products in our store but we are not being paid to endorse them.  We simply believe in their effectiveness.  My blood work & lab reports support this.

 

Knotty Dogs and Cats ~ Seriously

Canine Culture

It’s funny how the human part of the brain that is responsible for pattern recognition (partial lobes located in top back portion of the human brain) can sometimes run amok.  It is called pareidolia. It’s a form of apophenia, which is a more general term for the human tendency to seek patterns in random objects or information. It is normal & everyone experiences it from time to time.

Hi everyone, CEO Olivia here. While sniffing out art works on the inter webs I somehow instead stumbled upon some bizarre photos of dog & cat faces appearing in wood knots. Or so it seems. These are true “knotty dogs & cats”. BOL!

 

Is there a certain tile, wood knot or stain that reveals a #knottydog or #knottycat to you? 😉

Have a pawsome weekend.

CEOOlivia