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Non-toxic dog dewormer study

We would be grateful if anyone would be interested in reviewing a nine page document resulting from clinical trials on dogs that we asked the Veterinary Science Department of St. Petersburg University, Russia, to conduct.

The trials concerned a K9 de-worming treatment which is non-chemical and non-toxic. Since the product is manufactured in Russia and they have over 30 years of experience with it, we asked them to test it again. As it has never been imported to the U.S, we wanted recent results before conducting tests here in the U.S.

The test was conducted by the Head of the V.L.Yakimov Parasitological department of Veterinary Science, Professor M.V.Shustrova and assistant candidate of veterinary science I.V.Koltsov.

We are not looking for any type of endorsement but just your opinion of the results. Please call us or email us if you would be interested in reviewing it.

We are asking different universities around the country to review the results.

Thank you

Leon Blakey
  lblakey on 2005-04-20
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
This is a HOMEOPATHIC forum. If the substance tested is not Homeopathic, it would do no good for homeopaths to read or remark on it.

We usually have no knowledge background on NON-homeopathic naturals or NON-Allopathic naturals. If it is allopathic in nature, not interested at all.

Licensed MDs and VETs are very successful in all ways but one...the medicines.

Blessings, Sabra
sabra last decade

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