The Gift For Life® Questions & Answers
Below are questions submitted by our customers. If you have a question that was not answered here, please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (877) 324-0535.
Does The Gift For Life® help spayed or neutered pets live longer lives?
Yes, spaying and neutering pets has been proven to cause different types of cancer among many other diseases. The Gift For Life® works with the pet’s adrenal cortex, helping them produce the hormones needed for a longer, healthier life. Neutering or spaying causes disease and early death. Please click here to be taken to our ‘Truth’ page of our site for additional information on spaying and neutering and their negative effects on pets.
What is the definition of a “hormone”?
A hormone is a product of living cells that circulate in body fluids or sap, and produces a specific effect on cellular activity.
My pet has not shown any signs of progressive aging. Can I use The Gift For Life® for just health maintenance?
Pets will always suffer from progressive aging, even when you can’t recognize it. For daily maintenance purposes, give your pet one chewable tablet per day.
My pet has been on Rimadyl or Glucosamine for arthritis. Can The Gift For Life® help?
What happens if my pet eats more of The Gift For Life® than recommended?
Not to worry! The Gift For Life® has no side effects.
Are there any side effects to The Gift For Life®?
There are no side effects, just a healthier and happier pet!
My pet is finicky. How can I make them eat The Gift For Life®?
The Gift For Life® is made with a gourmet beef liver flavor. Dogs and cats love it! You can either crumble it into their food or give it to them whole as a chewable treat.
My pet just had surgery. How soon can I start them on The Gift For Life®?
The sooner the better! The Gift For Life® will support his recovery and bring back a healthier companion.
My pet is hyperactive. Will The Gift For Life® speed up their metabolism?
No. In fact, it is possible you may find your pet will be calmer and more focused.