NON-SURGICAL STERILIZATION FOR DOGS. ZINC GLUCONATE-A CHEAPER,SAFER ALTERNATIVE TO SURGICAL CASTRATION!

ZINC GLUCONATE FOR DOGS.  NON -SURGICAL STERILIZATION  OPTION FOR NEUTERING MALE DOGS

Non-surgical sterilization method for dogs that is inexpensive and less invasive than normal surgery.

What is zinc chemical neutering?

Zinc Gluconate is made by Ark Sciences ,a company that has been researching and producing  veterinary pharmaceuticals since 2007.

Compound of zinc gluconate and arginine

What does this compound do?

Zinc gluconate destroys sperm- producing cells without impacting hormone levels in a large way.

Why is this product super wonderful?

Much cheaper

Less invasive than neutering

Approved by U.S. Food and Drug Administration for use in dogs between the ages of three and ten months old.Approval for older dogs is still pending.

What do dog parents and shelters achieve by using this product ?

1. Sterilization certificate and a rabies tag for a collar confirming the dog/cat’s neutered status.

2.Cheap, effective neutering for all male dogs that is cost effective and a great alternative to the surgical way.

3.Few adverse  effects and many of the first dogs that tried zinc are still living and healthy.

4. Effectiveness of zinc gluconate-Neutersol- is 100%.

5. Process only takes a few minutes and is virtually painless.

6. Veterinarians like this process because chemical sterilization allows for normal endocrine function of the testes, although the testosterone production is halved.

Overall ‘zeutering’ or zinc gluconate and arginine for dogs is invaluable for all animal shelters and rescue groups.In my opinion this is the solution for preventing irresponsible breeding and a cost effective way for all shelters and rescue groups to operate.

Claudia Bensimoun

Canine freelance

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