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Smart Healthy Dogs

Dear Friend,

Do you love your dog like your own child? And do you worry, deep down that your dog might not live the long, happy life he or she deserves?

If you are interested in your dog living to a ripe old age… and… staying young and vibrant… this will be the most important message you will ever read.

As a dog, getting older is tough. The joyful run becomes a stiff hobble… leaping up on the couch is literally a pain… laying down comes with an aching groan… Running down the stairs becomes a worry for me every time the door bell rings.

As your dog ages, once easy movements become sore pains… cartilage on their joints disappear… and the cartilage cells die.

This creates terrible inflammation—“osteophytes” appear—bone deteriorates… pain spirals out of control, and muscles atrophy.

These problems are life-threatening and dangerous… but I promise I can help you restore your dog’s movement, relieve joint pain, and help your dog feel years younger!

I’ll do anything it takes to fix these problems—like you, I’m a dog lover. Allow me to introduce myself…

I’m Cody Bramlett. I was a gym owner in San Diego for over 8 years where I help people get healthier and happier by losing weight, reversing the pains of aging, and restoring their body’s energy and vitality. But my true passion I did not find until later in my life, I found it when I dedicated myself to helping animals in need!

On Today's Episode, Cody talks to Dr. Slater about General Health of Dogs and Smart Ways in Keeping dogs healthy by doing the right thing and not over medicating them. Dr. Slater grew up in Northern Michigan and graduated from...
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On today's episode, Cody talks to Sylvia about dog health and dog behaviors. Growing up, she took business in College which led her later in years to work managing a Veterinary Hospital. It was there that her initial interest in...
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On today’s episode, Cody speaks with Marilyn Pianelli of Headlight Harness. Marilyn shares her story of how she and her husband created the Headlight Harness and how this revolutionary product will help keep you and your dog safe at night...
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On today’s episode, Cody speaks with Valerie Poteete. Valerie talks about her family rescue dog, Maggie, and how she inadvertently became her therapy dog, able to detect oncoming seizures. As Maggie has aged, Valarie has discovered the amazing properties of...
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PupStarz Rescue is a non-profit, 501(c)3, no-kill, volunteer dog rescue serving New York City and the Tri-State area. We are dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of dogs in public shelters who are at high risk of euthanasia due to...
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Hi, my name is Nancy Ball, Founder and President of CK Animal Rescue. I have always loved animals since I can remember. Having pets while growing up and later on when my family was home. Once our children were grown...
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Hilarey - Founder & President I truly believe that love is what makes the world go round. Without our connection to animals, mother nature, and one another, we are not fully capable of embracing this wonderful gift of life. What...
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Deborah J Turner, CPCU, AAI was graduated from Florida State University with a BA in Risk Management and Insurance. She has insurance company, brokerage and is currently an insurance agent licensed in all states but Alaska. In 2012 She brought...
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Canada-based Pibborafi Inc., is a boutique designer and manufacturer of plush children's toys modeled after real rescued dogs. Founded in 2016 by Darrin Wilson, a former dog-walker, the company chooses the toys they create from photographs of real dogs submitted...
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Hi! I'm Liam. Even though I'm only 13 years old, I have PTSD. I started putting together the idea for Chaotic Spyder Foundation when I was 11 to help other kids like me; to gain control over their PTSD instead...
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