Frank & Rita Van Lenten

Dear Jane,
We have a 6 year old beagle, Ernie, who has been a couch potato for a few years now. It was complicated by injury to his knee(s) which required ACL replacement in March and July of this year. We started Ernie on Canine Athlete formula in August to try to alleviate several symptoms listed in your website, mainly relating to pain in the joints, skin flakiness/coat dullness and general lethargy. In the first two weeks we noticed definite improvement all areas. In fact, his coat which was shaved from the 2nd surgery is as long as the shaved portion from the 1st surgery and is very shiny and full. We adopted a puppy right before the 2nd surgery and now Ernie plays vigorously with him and in fact the puppy sometimes has to run away from Ernie. We believe that Vibrant Pet Canine Athlete formula has given Ernie a new "leash"on life.

Frank & Rita Van Lenten
Liberty, SC Dog 21

Doug, Kathy, and Teddy Railo

Hello Gena and Lee…….as I had stated in our telephone conversation your Vibrant Pets® Canine Athlete supplement is a miracle. Our Bichon “Teddy” developed a severe limp in his back right leg and was hopping on three paws. A neighbor of our’s had the same problem with their Great Dane and recommended your product as the only thing that really worked. I must say that after 2 weeks the limp is gone and he prances along like he did before. “Teddy” also had severe skin reactions after grooming, Scratching to the point where he drew blood………not any more!!!!!!!!!!!!! Skin allergies seem to be a thing of the past.

Thank you so much for such a great product and “Teddy” thanks you also. Keep up the good work!!!!!!!!!
Best regards,
Doug, Kathy, and Teddy Railo

Kathy Martino

My mother actually got a sample of your product at Expo East in Baltimore. Even though I am in the nautral health industry for people, I am always suspect. I started to give my malamute, who is overweight, with spinal arthritis and 13 yrs old and my retriever who has a torn, but mended ACL and is 9……about half of the recommended dosage. I did see some improvement but as time goes by you just sort of expect that.

Last night though it really hit home. The malamute was RUNNING down the hall and playing, she hadn’t done that in a long while. It was amazing. Her mood and manner is much better she is no longer a grumpy uncomfortable girl.

THANK YOU SO MUCH for putting the zest for life back in her.

Kathy Martino
Dana Point, CA 92629

Wendy Skelly

My 11 year old blue Doberman Garth was, lame due to a neck injury, bald, with pressure wounds on his elbows. I was told when he first went down that her would only have a couple of months to live before his organs would fail due to his lameness.

He had been bald for years, the vets all said “Blue Doberman Mutant Freaks”. In order to be blue they have genetic defect that affects skin and coat. Most blue’s are bald or very thin haired at mid life or so. I carried Garth outside for his potty breaks and had to support his body while he did his business. This was no easy task, Garth weighed in at about 90 pounds. His pressure wounds were a result of his down time. We tried every brand wound gel and homeopathic wound products known to man kind. Nothing seemed to help heal his elbows. Garth continued to eat and drink and have a real zest for life, I refused to put him down as long as he was acting like himself.

My mother had told me about a new product called Vibrant Pets® that she had just purchased. I started to use Vibrant Pets® Canine Athlete Formula. I could not believe the results, and neither could my veterinarian. Garth began to first grow hair, where he had been bald for years. Even in the early years when he had almost a full coat of hair, even his sides. I began to notice that Garth was starting to use his hind legs to better position himself in his bed. In the next 2 months Garth had regained so much strength and movement in his hind legs that he could stand on his hind legs while I supported his front. This was a huge blessing; it made holding him for his potty breaks so much easier.

The pressure wounds that had responded to nothing were slowly now healing. The new skin growth on his elbows was slow but steady. All of the improvements came only after using Vibrant Pets®.

At 13 years of age Garth was diagnosed with bladder cancer. We began to use cancer medicines, and was told to expect his health to begin to decline. Garth lived an amazing 6 months after this diagnosis was given. During the 6 months he never showed any standard bladder cancer signs. There was never any foul odor in his urine, and almost no blood was visible. Once again the only explanation can be the Vibrant Pets®.

I am sure that Vibrant Pets® gave Garth 2 very good years of life. He was said to be “down for the count” at 11 years of age and he lived to be 13. When Garth had to be seen at the veterinarian’s office, all of the doctors would come to visit him, to see the dog that had defied all the odds for years.

I still use Vibrant Pets® on my remaining healthy dogs, and they shine and are so soft that people always ask me what I give them. I recommend Vibrant Pets® to everyone. I can’t thank this product enough.

Wendy Skelly
Lovettsville, Virginia


Hi Jane
Sorry I didn’t get this to you sooner, as promised. I had misplaced the info you sent and just couldn’t put my hands on it. I have given a pamphlet to 3 different vets and have also passed along your website etc to several other dog people.

As I mentioned to you on the phone, one of my dogs had what looked like a wound on her hind leg that I thought she may have injured on the kennel run. I had cleaned it up and put medicated salve on it. After several days it wasn’t healing. That was about 5 to 6 years ago. Throughout that time, I tried various medications, accupuncture, sprays, salves, you name it. I researched different subjects that someone thought it might be. She was taken to 4 different vets over a period of time, one of them being in Canada. A couple of the vets diagnosed it as a lick granuloma. Most of the time I had it bandaged with various types of salves etc. I never really did see the dog licking it or trying to get the bandage off to get at it. She would clean off her legs/paws from either the morning dew or wet from rain. I did get the one leg so it wouldn’t just open into a sore but the problem came out on the o ther leg. That got infected a couple times and she was on antibiotics. This last Spring or earlier, a friend in Canada told me of your product that she had seen at one of the trade shows. I checked out your website and decided to try the product. Probably a month went by and I noticed the leg was starting to heal up. Since using the product(I chose the Canine Athlete) there has not been any out break of sores or the skin just opening up. The skin is now a dark color underneath a new growth of hair. No bandages, salve or other meds have been used since. It has been great not having to be concerned about flies, bacteria etc. Other than a bout with pneumonia in June of this year, she is doing good and turned 13 on August 1.
As to the diagnosis of the vets and the thoughts that many friends and others had, I don’t know if there has really been a conclusive answer to this particular problem. As to being diagnosed as a lick granuloma and then healing over…….maybe the magic powder may be something to try on other dogs with that same problem. I can only say that after using the Canine Athlete, the sores went away after being present for years.
Sandy, from Michigan

Dorry Bless

Dear Lee,

I met you at the Edison Super Pet Expo where my friend and colleague purchased the ‘joint & muscle’ vitamin for my 6 year old Labradoodle DJ. He has been taking it for 2 weeks today and both my husband and I (my daughter too) see a distinctive change. He had injured his ACL (rear left leg) almost a year ago. We elected not to put him through surgery and sought alternative treatment with a vet acupuncturist/chiropractor. Actually he had an acupuncture and chiropractic adjustment treatment 2 days before I started him on the vitamin. He did well with the acupuncture/chiropractic treatments last year - at first going regularly and then every 6 weeks – 8 weeks. He’s been up and around on his legs for over 11 months now -

Since he’s been on the vitamin we see him acting ½ his age – actually even bringing some puppy behavior back into his repertoire (like standing on his hind legs and checking out the counters – he hasn’t done this in years—not necessarily desirable but certainly noticeable!) –he sees our other young spaniel (10 months) doing this all the time but hasn’t tried it since the vitamin and he’s done it a few times already! The first night after I gave it to him he actually got into a fight with our other dog which never happened before (blood was spilled – but wherever the wound was it was superficial). My husband joked yesterday when I was making him a smoothie that maybe I should put some of it in the smoothie for him – my husband.

Thanks again.

All my best,
Dorry Bless