Meet Roxy

Hi, My name is Roxy, I am a 14 ½ year old Golden Retriever/German Shepard mix, I look like a black Golden Retriever.  My mom is Sammie and she has owned me since I was 7 weeks old.  I also have a little brother, Nico, he is a 13 ½ year old human.  They love me and I love them A LOT.  Since I’m a large dog, I exceeded my breeds expectancy a few years ago.  But love (and a little Poly) will keep us together.

Shortly before I turned 13 my brother saw me stumble, and watched as I tried to walk down the hall to get to my mom.  My eyebrows were jumping, my eyeballs were darting back and forth, my head tilted to the side, I was hitting the walls and having a hard time standing.  Nico screamed for my mom and they put me in the back of our SUV and headed to the vet.  Mom called on the way explaining that she thought something serious. Luckily the vet is only about a 4 minute drive away and Mom made arrangements to get me into a room with Dr. Amy right away.  Dr. Amy explained it can look like a stroke, seizure or brain tumor and is common in older dogs (who knew?).  The only way to know for sure is to do an MRI – they all thought that wasn’t necessary because whatever it was, they would do palliative care.  Mom promised no bad care for me. So the love started to flow and palliative care began.  Dr. Amy took really good care of me and when I was ready sent me home. I was hopefully on the mend but it was likely going to be slow.

As luck would have it, that very weekend, mom met someone who used Poly-MVA.  After mom did some (well a Lot) of research she got Poly for me.  Within days my energy got better, my family noticed I was doing better so they decided to turn me into a canine Guinea Pig.  Some days they would give me this or that and on others the Poly.  When I took the other things, there was no difference BUT when I took Poly I felt so much better… walked better, played and just all around better. It wasn’t right away but mom was told it could take weeks or longer  and within 10 – 14 days I was doing great and within a month I was right as rain.

That was over a year and a half ago and I am still doing great; gray faced and slower than the lightning bolt I used to be but still going up and down the wooden stairs and getting up on the couch for my naps.  My humans give me Poly almost every day, but if they forget for a day and especially if they forget for more than a day I don’t seem to feel as healthy or energetic.  Some days I seem to struggle a bit more so my mom will up my daily dosage for a day or two until I feel better.  It’s important to understand my daily does is about a quarter to half a teaspoon and my increased dose is between one teaspoon and a tablespoon (if I’m really lagging).  Like any supplement it is important to get proper diet, exercise and use additional supplements as necessary.  Mom heard that Poly works better with vitamin A so she gives me carrots, sweet potatoes, etc with my dinner.  Also, I gotta say, Poly has an interesting taste so mommy sometimes puts it in ground beef cups or steak bites for a treat.  However, most of the time she just mixes it in with my kibble along with table scraps (I only get those now that I’m a gray-face, not recommended for you young pups) and veggies.  Mom and I both also take CoQ10, turmeric, and fish oil.  Research and talk to the professionals about the supplements that are best for you, and don’t forget your Poly-MVA, it is a life changer.

Here are some pictures of me enjoying my Poly-MVA dinner with carrots and peas, and ground beef cups.

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12 year old Main Coone Cat,

My cat was diagnosed with pancreatitis on 05/10/2020 and used 1/2 teaspoon daily

Evander, my precious kitty, was having a horrible time with vomiting not only multiple times daily but he couldn’t go more than 2 or 3 days max without vomiting. This was going on for months. One night in particular he vomited 8 times. Through a series of blood tests he was diagnosed with pancreatitis, a condition that does not have a treatment, only supportive care. I knew that daily, continual anti-nausea medication was not the answer for him. Evander’s grandma suggested I start giving him Poly-MVA in addition to his medication. Evander has made a remarkable recovery. I’m realistic that cat’s will always have the tendency to throw up hairballs and such, this is to be expected. However, it should not be a daily occurrence. Evander has not only stopped throwing up daily, he rarely needs his anti-nausea medication. Poly-MVA has supported his whole body with the nutrients he was lacking. His coat is so healthy and his spunky personality has resumed. Honestly, his vomiting has decreased by a good 90% since starting on just a 1/2 teaspoon daily of Poly-MVA. I have been so pleased with the results I have seen in my kitty. This product is offering my guy the supportive care he needs to live out the remainder of his years to be better quality by offering the overall health wellness he was lacking. He was using Cerena – Anti-nausea medication: 1/2 tablet once every 24 hours. Additional benefits:

  • Improved Quality of Life
  • Energy levels increased
  • Increased appetite
  • Nutritional support
  • Less Fatigue
  • Improved Pain Management
  • Improved blood, kidney or liver panels

Nancy Hauer

619 540-6204


Natia Female  Biewer Terrier with a back injury.

Started using Poly-MVA for Pets on 03/10/2020 at 1 ml and we are still using Poly-MVA today.


My 4 lb. Biewer Terrie mysteriously injured her back. I took her to the vet who after taking x-rays prescribed 2 different pain medications for her. She suffered for 2 days. She wandered the house pacing, panting and shaking uncontrollably. She rarely slept. I contacted the vet and they doubled the dose of 1 of the pain medications. She continued to have very little relief. On the 3rd night I added Poly MVA to her regimen. I only gave her .1 ml due to her small size. Within an hour she was sleeping soundly for the first time in days. She woke up in the morning and was about 40% better. I continued the Poly MVA twice a day and the following day she had improved about 80%. I reduced her pain medication to only 1 instead of 2. The following day she woke up and was back to her normal feisty self. Although she still need to remain calm to continue healing I was able to stop all pain medication. I was thrilled there was a safer, more natural alternative that worked so effectively.

Poly-MVA:  Improved Quality of Life,Energy levels increased and Improved Pain Management

I recommended Poly-MVA, to friends and family!

“Says Angel Care Cancer Center’s director Dr. Gregory Ogilvie, ‘I would not be involved in Poly-MVA research if I did not believe it would help the majority of my patients experience an improved quality of life.’”

“It is with great enthusiasm that I see veterinary practitioners taking great strides to accomplish what billions of dollars and years of research have failed to perfect for human medicine. Poly-MVA for Pets is a simple approach of nutritional support for pets undergoing various therapies or with compromised immune systems that can often really work, and is within reach financially for most pet owners. I myself am living proof of the product’s potential assistance, having chosen an approach for my own life that included the nutritional support of Lipoic Acid Mineral Complex (Poly-MVA) in the attempt to support my cells and my immune system rather than inhibit it.”

“In February, Spooner (my 8-year old Australian Shepherd) was not doing well. Her vet recommended that we begin traditional things immediately; it was an option that for my own reasons I was not willing to try. A friend faxed me information about Poly-MVA for Pets, and after researching the options, I decided it was the best available option for supporting Spooner’s systems to help her body help itself – along with a fresh organic diet, lots of walking and endless amounts of love. By the end of April her health was back to normal. I took her in June for a review and she was in great health. Following that visit, I kept Spooner on a maintenance dosage of Poly-MVA for Pets for six months. If I had it to do over, I would have kept her on the maintenance dose for the rest of her life. In December 2005, Spooner had what appeared to be kennel cough and then vestibular syndrome. An ultrasound showed one collapsed lung and the other full of fluid. When they withdrew the fluid it turned from clear to red and it appeared she was bleeding to death. An autopsy concluded that she did not have a reoccurrence, her heart failed. I will never know the support she could had received had I kept her on Poly-MVA for Pets, but I do know that the approach we took helped to give her more years than any other canine survivor my vet had ever heard of. Inspired by the benefits my beloved Spooner derived from Poly-MVA for Pets, I began taking the human product myself. I know of others who use Poly-MVA for both themselves and their pets. The people at AMARC have always been very knowledgeable and supportive. For everyone who tries Poly-MVA and finds success, another life may be improved or saved.”

April 2007

Like most pet owners, I really love our three dogs. They are very important members of our family. And just as it is with our children, we get upset when they – the pets – have an upset with one another. Such was the case one day in September of 2005; my two beloved Chow Chows had a vicious run-in with one another over a Milk Bone. The older Chow, Chewie, took the brunt of it. Her mouth was bleeding, and it was the next day before she calmed down enough for me to be able to get a good look at her injury. I felt so badly when I saw that one of her back molars was hanging loose in its socket.

I took Chewie to her veterinarian, who agreed that the tooth would have to come out. As poor Chewie was prepped for surgery that morning, the vet asked if I wanted to be called should there be any unforeseen issues. “Just treat her as you would if she were your dog,” I replied.  What could go wrong?  Then I headed out for my own office to see my own patients.

When it came time to pick Chewie up on my way home, the vet had bad news for me. Something unforeseen had indeed happened. While Chewie’s mouth was relaxed and open, they had noticed a lesion on her tongue. You see, Chewie’s very ladylike about panting, so we’d never noticed anything. Later, when we scrutinized an old photo of Chewie for a few minutes, we did see that the small round change in color had been there.

Because I had given him permission to use his own best judgment that day, the vet scraped the suspicious lesion on Chewie’s tongue to get a tissue sample ( a surgical biopsy), and awaited my permission to send it out to the lab. Our precious Chewie was in sorry shape that night. Her mouth must have been very sore, because she didn’t eat for days, no matter how we coaxed and coddled her with pureed versions of her favorite foods.

The biopsy of the suspicious lesion was indeed positive for melanoma. The vet explained that because Chows have purple-pigmented tongues, melanomas in that area are not uncommon for the breed. He then suggested a surgical resection that would include an area around the tumor. That would mean literally cutting off a very large portion of Chewie’s tongue.  My heart sank. Dogs do so much more than lap up food and water with their tongues; they also express their joy, love and affection with them!

Had I been given the option, I would not have even approved disturbing the lesion for the biopsy. I would have just assumed the worst, and treated my sweet pet conservatively. After all, who knows how long that lesion had been there, how aggressively it was progressing or whether it was progressing at all? Why rip it open and put her through the agony?

There was no big decision to be made. We already knew what we wanted for our dog…

We decided against putting Chewie through more pain for a procedure that might ultimately make her unable to enjoy the time we had left with her. I started her on Poly-MVA right away, along with other nutrients to help her immune system keep her melanoma at bay. That was over a year and a half ago.

Our Japanese friend Chizuko takes good care of our dogs when we work and travel, and she follows Chewie’s anti-cancer regimen, too. I get a kick out of how she refers to the Poly-MVA as the “soy sauce for the Chew Chew”.  She can’t remember (or pronounce) the name of the liquid dietary supplement that’s been helping Chewie, so the nickname helps us communicate about it with a chuckle and a smile.

We sneak the “soy sauce” in Chewie’s food twice a day. And let me tell you, feeding a Chow is just like feeding a cat; they’re very fickle and very fussy. Just a half teaspoon at each meal has been enough for our 46-pound-runt-of-the-litter. (The first month, I gave her a “loading dose” by giving her four small meals a day, each with ½ teaspoon of “Poly” for a grand total of 2 teaspoonfuls a day in order to get her blood level of Poly-MVA up.)

Chewie was ten years old when her melanoma was diagnosed. A veterinarian friend across the state informs me that he’s yet to see a Chow Chow live longer than twelve years. Our soon to be twelve-year-old Chewie, whose tongue lesion does not appear to have changed since the day it was discovered, is still full of life and still bringing joy into our lives and recently passed away of normal age related causes!

“One of my cats has been not doing well and I’ve been supplementing her diet with Poly-MVA for Pets. Within 24 hours of introducing the product into her diet, her energy level increased as did her appetite. She is even more animated in her behaviors at times.”

“I just started Poly-MVA for Pets a couple weeks ago with my dog in conjunction with other nutritional approaches. His health and energy are improving greatly!”

“Just a note of thanks for the phone call I received yesterday. It was a follow up call to make sure that I received the product and to talk about my cat is doing. Your thoughtfulness was very much appreciated.”