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My dog doesn't hunt. Can my dog take your supplements?
I don’t own a hunting or sporting dog breed. Can my dog take your supplements?
Where are your products made?
I think my dog may have overdosed on your product(s). What do I do?
What are free radicals?
What are the results of free radical damage (oxidation)?
How are free radicals produced?
What are some health problems related to free radicals?

My dog doesn't hunt. Can my dog take your supplements?
Your dog doesn’t need to hunt to use our products.

Where are your products made?
All of our products are pridefully made here in the US. The treats and topical that we carry are also made in the US.

Are your products guaranteed?
All ZoomDog Supplements products come with a 100% guarantee. If you do not notice a difference in your dog’s behavior by day 30, please give a call at 800-876-8660. We will refund you for the cost of the product.

Nutritional supplements are not drugs and should not be expected to cure any disease.

I think my dog may have overdosed on your product(s). What do I do?
If your pet has eaten more than the suggested usage of our supplement product(s) and is experiencing adverse effects, please read the following recommendations.

Daily Dog, Hunt Dog Hunt
     Not necessary to induce vomiting.
     Watch for side-effects, diarrhea and vomiting are possible. If these effects do occur, they should not last more than 24 hours.
     Stop usage for about a week.

Easy Dog
     Induce vomiting (see below) if overdose has occurred within 12 hours.
     After 12 hours, not necessary to induce vomiting.
     Watch closely for next 24 hours for side effects; excessive drowsiness is possible.
     Stop usage for about a week.

Itchy Dog
     Induce vomiting (see below), ideally within an hour of ingestion
     Watch for side effects, including continued vomiting, ataxia, hypersalivation, tremors, seizures, and weakness. If these side effects are present, please call your veterinarian or local veterinary emergency clinic.
     Stop usage for one week

If you must induce vomiting at home, do so by orally administering equal parts water and hydrogen peroxide. Use 1 teaspoon peroxide plus 1 tsp water for every 5 lbs of the pet’s body weight, not exceeding 9 teaspoons (or 3 Tablespoons). In other words, if your pet weighs 45 lbs or more, do not use more than 3 Tbsp hydrogen peroxide.

You may want to contact your veterinarian. The contact number for Animal Poison Control Center is (888) 426-4435.

What are free radicals?
A free radical is an unstable molecule that loses one of its electrons, becoming unbalanced and highly reactive. Free radicals can damage healthy cells and impair the body’s normal functions.

What are the results of free radical damage (oxidation)?
Cell death and injury occur when free radicals penetrate the cell wall and kill or damage the cell. When free radicals injure cells, they make them more vulnerable to infection and degenerative disease(s).

Free radicals damage DNA, causing future cell reproduction to be deformed and cells to function poorly.  This may result in the “chain reaction” of mutated cells which is recognized as cancer.

Joint inflammation: Free radicals make bone, muscle and connective tissue far more stiff and brittle than healthy tissues.  Once tissue is damaged it becomes a “factory,” multiplying free radicals hundreds of times. This slows the healing process. New “healing replacement cells” and existing tissue cells are attacked by more of the free radicals.

How are free radicals produced?
     Normal respiration & metabolism
     Exposure to air pollutants
     Sun exposure
     Radiation from X-rays
     Drugs
     Viruses
     Bacteria
     Parasites
     Dietary fats
     Stress
     Injury

What are some health problems related to free radicals?
     Arthritis
     Cancer
     Kidney and liver disorders
     Vascular disorders
     Weakened immune system
     Poor Vision and Loss of Hearing
     Skin Conditions
     Inflammation

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