Success Stories – Other animals

“I had a German Shepherd named Shannon – she was 12 years old and could barely walk due to arthritis in her back legs and spinal issues. Our vet had tried his best to help her but with no positive results. 

She was at the point that we would have to lift her back legs to get her up the stairs and she was in pain. We knew the decision would come shortly to say goodbye. 

Having been introduced to The Balancing Tonic many years ago and having had wonderful results personally with the tonic, I took the tonic to my vet. He examined the bottle and said that he did not see anything in the tonic that would harm Shannon so why not try giving it to her. He also asked if he could try it for himself. 

Within 4 days, Shannon was running up the stairs again, jumping on the bed and even taking a swim in my pond (something she had not done in 2 years!).

My vet also reported that his allergies were much better after just 1 week on the tonic. 

Thanks to The Balancing Tonic, Shannon lived another 2 ½ years and she enjoyed a pain-free life and gave us many more cherished memories.”

– Betty M., Ontario, Canada

Case Study 1:  The Balancing Tonic fed to a 6-month old boar at a rate of 2 oz. per day for 30 days prior to show. Results were outstanding. The boar stayed healthy during this entire time and had the fastest average daily gain of the entire show. This boar went on to be Reserve Champion of the show and sold for $12,000 and was the second top selling boar.

Case Study 2: A young gilt came up lame in a hip and after being examined by the veterinarian was diagnosed with her hip being out of place and pinching nerves. After several treatments recommended by the veterinarian was not improving her for a month, so after one week of feeding The Balancing Tonic at rate of 2 oz. by mouth twice a day she started walking normal like nothing was wrong. It made a believer in me. The following week she was administered by mouth 1 oz. twice a day and then continued until she finished her show career which she was second in her class at a very competitive county show and made the premium sale for the young exhibitor. (Have video of this gilt)

Case Study 3: The Balancing Tonic was administered to a gilt that had pinched a nerve in her back and down and could not stand up. The veterinarian recommended several different types of pain killers, muscle relaxer, and steroids. They would work for a while and it would allow her stand up but she could not put pressure on both back legs at the same time. Then she would get bad again.  The Balancing Tonic was given to her at rate of 2 oz. twice a day on her feed for 2 weeks, and she got better and was walking like nothing had happened. She was walking good enough that she was breed and kept for a sow. Waiting for her first litter. 

Case Study 4: The Balancing Tonic was fed to a group of 4 show barrows at a rate of 1 oz. per day on their feed. The feed was not medicated. These hogs did wonderful, and never got sick with no shots ever given to them. Their performance was outstanding.”

– John Staude, Herd Manager – Oklahoma State University

“Without medicated feed, The Balancing Tonic has been the critical ingredient contributing to the excellent health and growth of our show pigs.

Considering my outdoor facilities and the hogs dealing with extremes in weather, it makes these results even more impressive.

This gilt (shown in photo) was fed 2 oz. per day of The Balancing Tonic and raised outdoors during a tough cold oklahoma winter. She grew fast and stayed healthy. She was the supreme champion breeding gilt at the Noble County Jr. Livestock Show in February 2019 for my granddaughter. My grandson had the supreme champion gilt in 2018.”

– Kim Brock, ANSI Farm Coordinator – Oklahoma State University

“I have been using The Balancing Tonic for approximately 8 weeks in my show pigs.  The results are remarkable in every single one of them. The gilt I originally got The Balancing Tonic for had injured her hip/si joint at approximately 4 months of age.  I tried all the traditional therapies, including both steroidal and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatories, in addition to non-traditional modalities such as chiropractic care and Magna-wave. The non-traditional therapy helped the most, but she was never totally sound. We have since bred this gilt and she is due to farrow in 4 weeks.  I started her on The Balancing Tonic (1 ounce twice daily) and within a week she was dramatically improved.  Even being bred she is not as lame now as she was when she was 100 pounds lighter. The Balancing Tonic has made an improvement from a grade 3.5/5 lame to a 1/5 in this gilt.

The next gilt I tried The Balancing Tonic on was described as being “tight hipped” and “restricted off her hind end.”  Needless to say, before starting the tonic she was sifted at every show. Following the tonic, she was described as freer moving than anything in the ring and started placing in the top end of her class.  She is sound as a cat and moves with an ease she didn’t have before the tonic.

The last barrow didn’t have any movement or gait issues, but, was difficult to show and would become easily agitated in the ring. He received The Balancing Tonic because his pen mate was on it as well.  The improvement in his attitude and show ability was dramatic. He went from running the rail to actually staying in the middle of the show ring for the whole class.

I started taking the tonic myself and could tell a difference in my mood, digestion, and how I felt physically. My aches and pains were non-existent. I am a large animal veterinarian and the vast majority of my patients are show livestock and horses.  I look at patients daily that could benefit from the use of The Balancing Tonic.”

– Suzanne Genova, DVM, MS, DACVIM (LAIM) – Red Dirt Veterinary Services

“The balancing tonic has worked well for us. We gave 3 oz. a day to our show barrow (show in photo) for 6 months. I noticed he was healthier and grew much faster than the other pigs in our school barn that were not taking The Balancing Tonic. I recommend this product for show animals.”

– Lauren Vasquez, Nueces County, Texas