There’s no way to deny the intense bond we share with our pets.
Your dog is another member of your family, and just like you would give anything to keep your children safe and healthy, you’d do whatever it takes to protect your dog.
Even research proves that our companionship with animals greatly improves the quality of our lives, from physical health to emotional development. It’s probably no surprise to you that owning a dog is linked to living a longer, more fulfilling life! Pets also play meaningful roles in nursing homes where animal therapy decreases depression and anxiety, keeps residents physically and mentally active, and wards off illness.
Our dogs are absolutely selfless; they bring us joy, companionship, and comfort without asking for anything in return (except maybe some scraps from the dinner table!). So, of course, you want to return your dog’s love in any way you can.
This human-animal bond goes beyond our emotional interconnectedness. We actually share enough biology with our pets that we can use our own stem cells to alleviate many of our dogs’ worst health conditions and problems. It’s the ultimate form of giving back!
Our Biological Connection to Our Dogs
Modern science has revealed that the close bond we share with our pets is based on more than just emotions. We also share incredibly close DNA and biology with our dogs, which may explain why our dogs always seem to know how to speak to our hearts.
Our dogs understand us, they feel our emotions, and they seem to read our minds. When you take a look at the science connecting animals and dogs, it’s no wonder!
Many animal species use the same proteins throughout their bodies, including dogs and humans. Over 98% of proteins are identical in composition and function across animal species, making it possible to use a treatment on one species that was obtained from a different species.
Dogs, humans, horses, and primates have especially similar protein structures. Because the process of inflammation is driven by these proteins and other biochemicals, dogs and humans also share very similar inflammatory processes. As a result, stem cells can be taken from humans and used successfully in canines. This is why HUC-DT delivers such impressive results despite the stem cells being transferred between species.
What’s the Premise of a Stem Cell Therapy Procedure?
Stem cells exist naturally in the body to heal and rebuild tissues when the body becomes damaged. As soon as an injury appears, stem cells convert into the specific type of cell that needs to be repaired. They also direct other cells to support and stimulate accelerated healing.
Stem cell therapy is a relatively new medical treatment that was first used in humans but has now been adapted for dogs as well. This procedure harnesses the human body’s natural stem cell resources to directly treat the injured areas of a dog’s body. Millions of stem cells are delivered to areas where only a few hundred would have naturally existed.
This stem cell collaboration expedites and enhances the healing process, decreases pain, and improves your dog’s health, all while avoiding the need for expensive surgery.
HUC-DT Provides Safe and Natural Stem Cell Therapy
The use of stem cell therapy for dogs began in the early 21st century as autologous stem cell therapy. This form of stem cell therapy has many limitations: it is expensive, painful for the dog, and time-intensive. It also requires pets to be placed under anesthesia twice, which puts older dogs at high risk of complications and trauma.
Human Umbilical Cord Cell Derivatives, or HUC-DT, offers a safe and powerful alternative to autologous stem cell therapy for dogs. HUC-DT is proven to safely and naturally decrease inflammation, speed up healing, and decrease pain in canine patients, all without any need for anesthesia.
As your pet’s owner, it’s your responsibility to act like a mom or dad and make the right choices for your dog. Is a procedure that requires two rounds of anesthesia the right choice? Maybe not. HUC-DT stem cell therapy makes it possible for you to reach across the spectrum of your bond with your pet and help them using innate human biology.
Using stem cell therapy, you can give a little bit of “yourself” in the form of human cells to improve your pet’s health. Most pet owners can’t say no to that opportunity! This goes to show just how interconnected humans are with their pets, and how deep that bond runs emotionally, mentally, and spiritually.
What Can Stem Cells Treat?
Stem cells are incredibly powerful and versatile, which allows them to address a wide range of different canine conditions. If your dog suffers from any of the conditions listed below, HUC-DT stem cell therapy could be the best solution.
Intervertebral Disc Disease
Intervertebral disc disease is a condition that causes spinal discs to degenerate, bulge outward, burst, and rupture. These issues put your dog at serious risk of chronic pain, nerve damage, and even paralysis, but stem cell therapy can restore disc cartilage and disc structure to ultimately reduce degeneration of the discs and restore range of motion.
Chronic Systemic Illness
Chronic systemic illnesses like liver disease and anemia can also be treated using HUC-DT stem cell therapy. Since most systemic diseases are associated with an inability to maintain natural regenerative actions in the body, HUC-DT offers a way to stimulate cell regeneration without causing additional trauma to the canine patient.
Many dogs experience hip dysplasia due to a deformity of the hip in its socket. This condition almost always leads to painful degenerative osteoarthritis. However, just one HUC-DT procedure has the power to minimize inflammation and enable your dog to regain more fluid movements.
Seizures, which are temporary and involuntary convulsions, are reported as one of the most frequent neurological conditions in dogs. Many seizure disorders stem from an inflammatory response in the body or brain, and research shows that stem cell therapy could provide relief from seizure symptoms by reducing inflammation.
Stem cell therapy offers an innovative procedure for dog dementia. When completed every three to six months, HUC-DT can decrease cell damage, reduce inflammation, and secrete the natural biochemicals your senior dog needs to rebuild and heal from the damage of old age.
Dog Joint Pain
HUC-DT is a natural, safe, and stress-free procedure for dog joint pain. It doesn’t just alleviate symptoms; it also addresses the root cause of your pet’s joint problems and supports long-term healing. Most canine patients respond after one single joint injection or IV infusion of HUC-DT stem cells, but a second injection can be used after six months to enhance results if needed.
Beyond arthritis, stem cell therapy also has the potential to address your dog’s inflammatory skin disease. This natural alternative to steroids can regulate the cells that control how your dog’s body reacts to allergens. It can also recalibrate the immune system so that it stops attacking itself in auto-immune responses.
Partial ACL Tears
An ACL tear doesn’t just create temporary pain and discomfort for your dog; it triggers instability in the knee that leads to the development of chronic arthritis and joint degeneration. If you identify your dog’s ACL tear while it is still partially developed, stem cell therapy can be used as an alternative to surgery.
What’s the Outcome of HUC-DT Stem Cell Therapy?
When your dog begins with stem cell infusions, you can expect to see a positive response within just two weeks. We’re able to decrease pain and help your pet embrace the vitality they forgot they once had.
Since stem cell therapy uses biologically active agents to address health concerns, you can expect results that are unprecedented when compared to other traditional treatments:
- Reduce your dog’s dependence on other medications because stem cell therapy optimizes body function
- A whole body shift to less pain and more vibrancy
- Dynamic stem cells respond to the body in real time and adapt to repair the body as needed
Even in the rare case that stem cell therapy doesn’t deliver significant results, it can’t cause any harm. A veterinarian’s oath is to “do no harm,” and stem cell therapy makes it possible to fully embrace that promise.
The Bottom Line: What It Means to Me
More than anything else, stem cell therapy offers pet owners a way to help their pets with very little risk, very little pain for their animals, and the potential for dramatic results. That’s the type of therapy we would all want for ourselves and our children, so we seek it out for our pets too!
Stem cell therapy helps pets of all ages escape the cloud of inflammation and pain that has been diminishing their quality of life for so long. It gives them the best life they can possibly have, for as long as they possibly can.