ChlorOxygen® is a chlorophyll concentrate safe and effective for dogs and cats. Chlorophyll is a compound that gives plants their green coloring and has been referred to as "green blood" and for good reason as it is related to a compound called protoheme that gives blood its red color. This is our most highly recommended chlorophyll supplement for your pets for two main reasons:
1). One 1 oz bottle equals up to 32 ounces of other chlorophyll products - meaning it is very concentrated.
2). Many other chlorophyll products are derived from alfalfa that has constituents called coumadins that can thin the blood. ChlorOxygen derives its chlorophyll content from nettle leaf making this a superior choice for your dog or cat - especially those with anemic conditions.
Increased oxygenation is the body’s key to producing more energy. Chlorophyll satisfies a body’s hunger for oxygen in two ways. First, as red blood cells travel through the lungs, it activates these cells and turns them into irresistible magnets for oxygen. Delivered to your tissues, this abundant oxygen satisfies hungry cells providing oxygen-rich energy. Then, chlorophyll builds better blood by providing a body with the building blocks necessary to produce and maintain healthy levels of red blood cells.
Chlorophyll (Sodium copper chlorophyllins)
Other Ingredients: vegetable glycerin, purified water and non-GMO maltodextrin
Shake well before using. Add to your animal's daily meals. For the picky animal you may add to a small amount of favorite food if necessary (goats milk yogurt works well).
Since this is a product with directions for people realize the dosage on the bottle is for that of a 150 lb person and figure your pet's dosage accordingly.
Maintenance Dosage (Increased dosage may be suggested for certain conditions)
2 drops per 10 lbs twice daily
Note: While taking this product, dark green stools may occur.
Caution: Permanently stains fabrics, textiles, wood, and other materials.
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Late January I noticed my 8 year old corgi Roo was having trouble keeping up during our morning walks, she was breathing heavily and her gums were very pale. I rushed her to the vet and they did a blood panel on her and took xrays to look for any tumors. The next day the vet called and advised that I bring her in immediately for a blood transfusion because she was severely anemic with a hematocrit of only 16. Other than the low blood count, the vet said her blood panel was excellent and the xrays didn't show any signs of cancer. Roo received the blood transfusion putting her himatocrit up to 20 and was sent home after 2 days with prednisone and azathioprine.
After doing some research and finding out how serious anemia can be, I thought Roo might not make it out of this. I decided to look into holistic treatment and found Maria's site. I quickly ordered the starter pack for IMHA and talked on the phone with Maria. She was extremely helpful and gave me advice on a new diet and to start giving her chloroxygen while I waited for my package to arrive. I began feeding Roo a diet of raw chicken, calf liver, and leafy greens, along with the bioprep and the daily multi.
After 10 days from the blood transfusion I took Roo to the vet for another blood test. Her blood had gone from 20 down to 18. So the vet did a test to check if her bone marrow was producing enough red blood cells. The next day I got a call from the vet saying the test was showing her body was creating red blood cells, but not enough to make it on her own. They said Roo needed another blood transfusion and referred me to a specialist because there wasn't much more they could do for Roo.
Another blood transfusion would have cost me another $700 and the specialist would have cost me around 6k. I denied both and the vet said if I couldn't take her to the specialist, then I might need to consider euthanasia. I was so distraught and once again contacted Maria for help.
Maria was very helpful and reassuring and had me up the dose of chloroxygen and spread 3-4 caps of bioprep throughout the day. I decided to avoid the vet for now and just continue with the diet and supplements from Maria, along with the immune suppressors. About 3 weeks later, I took Roo back in to the vet to see how her blood levels were doing. The vet was surprised Roo was doing fairly well and did a CBC. Roo's hematocrit had gone up to 30! Since then we have been weaning her off the prednisone.
Her last vet visit was about a week ago with a hematocrit of 43!! Words cant express how thankful I am for Maria and her website, I don't think Roo would have made it if it weren't for the help she has given both of us.