The turmeric supplement for dogs from FutureYou Cambridge that’s giving pets a lust for life
Cambridge-based nutritional supplement company FutureYou is always delighted to hear from its customers about just how much its turmeric supplement is helping their dogs keep active.
The benefits of turmeric for us humans is well known, but the same benefits also apply to our much-loved canine friends.
The simple pleasure of canine companionship and a daily walk in the beautiful green spaces of Cambridge, with or without a dog, has become more important in these unusual times.
To make the most of walking, it’s necessary that adults and dogs alike are able to walk comfortably.
The science-backed supplement company consistently receives high praise for the effectiveness of its Turmeric+ supplement. But it was its customers who convinced them to develop a turmeric formulation specifically for dogs in the first place.
“Many customers were telling us they were giving Turmeric+ to their pets after having a positive experience themselves – most of them were sharing it with their dogs,” says Adam Cleevely, FutureYou Cambridge’s CEO.
In response to their feedback, Curcupet-K9 was born. This highly absorbable turmeric formulation for dogs contains Curcuma Phospholipid Complex, a patented combination of curcumin – the active ingredient in turmeric – and soy lecithin, a fat from soya beans. It is the same formulation as Turmeric+, which is 30 times more absorbable than standard turmeric.
For dog owners it means daily walks are a pleasure that can be appreciated more than ever.
FutureYou customer Margaret Gunstone explains how the little tablet really made a difference for her dog.
“My 12-year-old Cairn terrier, Toby, was struggling to walk normally and he didn’t find it easy to get out of bed,” she says. “This meant that I didn’t like to take him out as much as I didn’t feel he was up to it.
“I have been giving him Curcurpet-K9, daily, for a couple of months and he now bounces around playing with his two-year-old sister again. I believe this little tablet has really made a difference. In fact, because I’m not as mobile as I used to be, I’m going to try the Turmeric+ and see how I get on.”
Ros Davies agrees. She has been giving Curcupet-K9 to her 12-year-old Bedlington terrier, named Dexter, for a couple of months.
“I’ve got more than one dog but Dexter, a Bedlington, had developed stiffness in his hip when quite young – only six or seven,” Ros says. “He’d been on various forms of medication for many years which caused quite a lot of stomach problems.
“We struggled for a long time to find anything that didn’t upset his digestive system. Having found one solution, it then became unobtainable and I was not prepared to put him through more discomfort.
“At the same time, I noticed an advertisement for the Curcupet-K9 supplement and decided to give it a go. He’s now much more interested in his walks, which is great for me too – and his appetite has returned.
“People notice Dexter when we are out walking as Bedlingtons are quite unusual. In just five weeks people are saying they can’t believe he is 12.
“He is not a young dog and I know he won’t live forever, but he’s now getting so much pleasure out of life.”
Diane Poole decided to take Turmeric+ when she witnessed the improvements in her dog.
“I began to take Turmeric+ as I witnessed how much it helped my 13-year-old golden retriever, Pippa.
“When I was out with my niece, a couple asked me how old my puppy was. I thought that was lovely. I now recommend Curcupet-K9 to all my dog-walking friends.”
Diane added: “I suffer from issues with my lower back, I was so impressed with the canine turmeric I decided to take the human form – Turmeric+.
“Pippa did me a great favour, we both now enjoy our walks more than ever. I also like to sew and I’m able to get out of my chair more easily when I’ve been sitting for a long time.”
Mr Cleevely adds: “When you give a supplement to your dog, you can tell if it’s working based on their behaviour. We’re absolutely thrilled with the feedback we’re getting from customers.
“Remember not all turmeric supplements are equal. Popular supplements may include high levels of curcumin, but while claims of high curcumin levels might catch consumers’ attention they should also look carefully at ease of absorption (‘bioavailability’) and whether they are developed by a trusted source.”
Curcupet-K9 is a dietary food supplement specifically formulated for use in adult dogs. It is not intended to restore, treat or correct physiological function in pets. You should keep your vet advised of any concerns you have about your dog’s health, and make sure they are aware of any supplements your dog is taking.
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Order your supplements from www.FutureYouHealth.com or call free on 0800 808 5740
Discount valid until May 31, 2020. One use per customer. Curcupet-K9 from FutureYou Cambridge should be consumed as part of your dog’s healthy and balanced diet and lifestyle. Please consult your vet before purchasing vitamins or supplements if your dog is taking any medication. Discount code cannot be combined with any other offers or with existing subscriptions. To place an order by cheque, make cheque payable to FutureYou and send details of your order and the cheque to FutureYou, Ravenscroft House, 59-61 Regent Street, Cambridge, CB2 1AB.