New Zealand Deer Velvet Testimonials

People love this product!

  • Dr Jennifer Marshall DVM
    “I’ve had good success in derm cases that look really Blood deficient from a TCM point of view... I’ve had a few very young animals recovering from generalized demodecosis, or with poor fur regrowth do well also. In addition to its immune support benefits, I wonder if it’s restoring more normal barrier function in these guys. With the mobility cases, I again seem to be finding spectacular success with most Jing deficient/Blood deficient/Yin deficient groups. To me, it seems to create a lot more elasticity and “forgiveness” in connective tissue. I’ve got some chondrodysplastic disk dogs running on it as a preventive against further issues...”
    Dr Jennifer Marshall DVM
    Marsden Holistic Vet Clinic, Alberta, Canada
  • Mike Brown
    “Deer velvet antler has a number of therapeutic applications for animal treatment, including applications as a tonic and food additive and especially as a therapeutic for numerous muscular-skeletal conditions. Therapeutic response to velvet treatment has been very good.”
    Mike Brown
    BVSc – Rangiora – New Zealand
  • Mr E van Schreven
    “An uncontrolled trial on dogs with arthritis was carried out using placebos and Deer Velvet Antler and I found a positive response in 84%of the Deer Velvet group and no response in the placebo group. The Deer Velvet Antler supplement appeared to increase the activity levels of all dogs, some of them exhibiting behaviours of their youth such as ball catching jumping into the car etc.”
    Mr E van Schreven
    Veterinarian – South Canterbury – New Zealand
  • Sharon Regev
    “We pride ourselves on having one of Israel’s most advanced Veterinary Clinics, fully equipped with the latest technology available in the world of veterinary medicine. Our 5 highly qualified vets attend conferences around the world and we endeavour to stay current with new developments in our field. For years I have tried the full range of nutraceutical products and 3 years ago I began introducing Deer Velvet Antler into my patients’ regimens. Since then, I have heard and seen again and again from clients that it is causing miracles to happen with their pets – the results are truly well beyond those we achieved with any other natural product. I believe Deer Antler Velvet is the best nutraceutical to use for DJD in particular and for many other debilitating conditions as well.”
    Sharon Regev
    DMV -Tel Aviv – Israel
  • PJ Broardfoot
    “My commitment to the value of holistic veterinary care for over thirty years, has led me to research the benefit of natural therapies as a beneficial alternative to drug therapy for many clinical conditions that I see in everyday practice. In the past few years, I have discovered that deer velvet is valuable for treating a myriad of illnesses. This remarkable product, particularly when combined with apparent synergists, such as green lipped mussel, thymus, colostrum and others, has helped animals to balance their immune system, recover from joint problems, restore normal skin function, enhance red blood cell production and improve reproductive activity. Research suggests that it can also benefit those suffering from cardiovascular disease and those recuperating from surgery. We are in serious consideration of how we can incorporate these therapies into a wellness protocol. Think of what we could do, if we improved regenerative capacity and decreased inflammatory conditions in our patients, while they were young! I hope my book can help you understand how important velvet antler can be to the health of your patients and that you will incorporate it as part of your holistic modalities.”
    PJ Broardfoot
    DVM - Arkansas – United States of America
  • Angela Doyle
    “The Wylie Veterinary Centre is a small animal hospital in Essex. We see a good number of patients suffering from degenerative joint disease either secondary to cruciate disease or other orthopaedic problems, but also just due to obesity and wear and tear. We have a fully qualified physiotherapist who works from our practice with these patients as well as a travelling orthopaedic specialist surgeon. Our practice has been using Deer velvet antler for 7 years as our primary chondroprotective agent with very positive results. The veterinary market had become flooded by chondroprotective agents in the last 5-10 years, but despite stiff competition this product has held its own in the market. It is reasonably priced, easy to administer, well tolerated and seems to offer most patients relief from joint discomfort. A good number of my clients have enquired about the option of an equivalent human product when they have seen the benefits in their pet. Personally, I no longer use alternative chrondro protectives.”
    Angela Doyle
    DVM – Essex - United Kingdom