Hiscorbadyne

  1. Animals and Smoke

    Animals and Smoke
    Animals and Smoke Tips to help your four-legged friends stay healthy when exposed to smoke in the air It’s so easy to think that our animals are not affected by air quality because they don’t openly complain. But, just like us, their bodies work overtime to deal with smoke, whether it's from wildfires or cigarettes. Here are some tips for...
  2. Protecting Your Health When the Air is Filled with Smoke

    Is Your Body Feeling the BURN of Smoke From Wildfires? Here are Some Dynamite Tips for Natural Protection From Smoke It feels like the entire Western United States is on fire right now, filling our air with smoke. As our firefighters work to put out the flames, the smoke is traveling long distances and taking air quality to dangerous levels...
  3. Hiscorbadyne—An Important Supplement For All Species

    Circulation—The Key to Maintaining Health Improved blood circulation affects everything in the body. Incorporating Hiscorbadyne into any animal’s daily supplementation regimen (even your own) is of utmost importance. The History of Hiscorbadyne Hiscorbadyne’s origin can be found on the horse track. For those familiar with performance race horses, the term “bleeding out” is probably one you are all too familiar...
  4. Dynamite Protocol Saves Dog from Foot Surgery

    Dynamite Protocol Saves Dog from Foot Surgery
    Last summer I noticed a small wart-like growth between the toes of our Doberman Pinscher, Ava. We watched it for about three weeks while it doubled in size so we scheduled an appointment with Ava’s vet to have a look. The vet told us it was a viral papilloma which could be removed by freezing with hydrogen or by removing...
  5. Giddy's Amazing Dynamite Recovery

    Giddy's Amazing Dynamite Recovery
    Other pictures below. WARNING: Pictures are EXTREMELY graphic. In May of last year I decided to breed one of my Dynamite mares, Giddy. I put her in the pasture with my stallion plus an outside mare to be bred. After I put her in the pasture with them, I watched for a while and felt comfortable enough to leave them...

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