“I do realise that lipomas are mainly fat rather than protein but I decided to try Serrapeptase on my dog, Tess, who had a very large and solid-feeling lipoma on her side, which was making it difficult for her to run. I also changed her diet from manufactured food to fresh, raw meat and steamed, non-starch vegetables. She was rather overweight and to my amazement, she has lost 6 kg (almost 20% of her body weight) in under three months. She is a lot fitter and the lipoma, although still present, is now much softer and flatter. I’ve seen dogs with lipomas lose weight before and usually the tumour becomes more prominent rather than less so, so I wondered if the Serrapeptase may have played a part.
I’ve read that lipomas are encased in a thin fibrinous capsule which might be reduced by enzymes. I know that in America, vets use injections of collagenase to dissolve lipomas from within, but that this can sometimes damage healthy tissues. Tess already owes a lot to Serrapeptase from a few years ago when her foot was crushed by a car and the wound was so complex that the vet thought it would probably become infected and she would lose her leg. Instead the wound remained clean and healed rapidly without any necrosis, and she made a complete recovery. So… as lipomas are such a problem among middle-aged dogs, and surgical removal is so invasive and costly, I shall continue with the serrapeptase experiment and let you know the result.”
“I am currently giving it to my mare for a tendon injury, been on 8 tablets, 80,000IU, for almost 5 weeks and I am seeing a difference, in fact I saw a distinct change after 2 weeks.”
- Lesley W., Portugal
“I put my 11 year old lab-mix on 80,000 units of serrapeptase twice a day back in February for arthritis in his front legs. It took a few weeks, but it has made a big difference; he no longer limps at the end of an active day and no pain meds are required.”
- Toni D
“I know SerraPet works as it dissolved my labrador’s oral cancerous tumor. I am now buying it for my German Shepherd rescue dog to treat her cysts.”
“Hi, we were told there was no way we could ever stop the cancer from spreading on our cat’s larnyx and were given a life span of 2-3 months. We started on 2 Serrapeptase a day along with steroid treatment. We truly love this cat. She is part of our family and she’s now feeling wonderful.”
- Barb M
“This is a story about Serrapeptase and Oscar, my 14-year old Bichon Frise dog. Feel free to use this message as a testimonial for Serrapeptase.
Since he was a pup, Oscar has had a skin allergy; and now that he is a bit long in the tooth, the condition seems to have worsened.
We sent Oscar to a groomer the other day for a bath and groom and, I suspect the groomer used the wrong type of shampoo and/or allowed the hot clipper to irritate his skin.
The following day he showed signs of a strong allergic reaction: irritated bright pink skin and itching all over. Oscar was obviously in misery, trying to stop the itch by rubbing himself on the carpet and furniture; he was in a state of complete discomfort. And this was the worst attack of this nature that he has ever experienced.
In past occurrences we would take him to a vet to get an injection of antihistamine and the problem would be solved. But, being late Saturday afternoon, no local vet was available. Then Ngareta came up with the idea to try Serrapeptase on him since it works so well for us. Knowing that we would have a struggle on our hands trying to send a tablet down his throat, we cut an 80,000 IU Serrapeptase in half and mixed the contents with some food. Almost immediately, he calmed down and the itching had obviously stopped. His skin was still pink so we knew that he wasn’t completely cured.
Several hours later, the itch returned – but not as violently as before. We gave him the remaining half of the tablet and there is definite – but not yet permanent improvement. But we’re confident that the Serrapeptase was the perfect solution to Oscar’s misery. He slept very soundly that night.
We will immediately order some SERRAPET.”
Ngareta & Joe Ring
“The SerraPet is helping with the inflammation caused by my dog’s fungal infection. What a difference in her. Many thanks.”
- Bev T, United Kingdom
“I was suffering from Arthritis and was getting no help or sympathy from the doctor. I started taking 4 SerraEnzyme per day and within a month I felt lots better. I then decided to try it on my cat who has diabetes. He was very thin and listless, even though he was eating. It has given him a new lease of life, he is still thin, but is full of life.
I also gave it to my Shih Tzu dog who was having bowel problems. It has completely cleared that and he is back to normal. It is a fantastic product, i recommend it to everyone.”
- Mrs Robertson
“I’m giving Serrapeptase to my dog for arthritis – and it is helping.”
“I’ve been using serrapeptase for my horse’s injury to reduce scar formation – it’s been a great success!”
Angela G., Great Britain
“I just wanted to say how fabulous this product has been for our cat. Clipsee is a deaf 16 year old cat, over the past year or so she’s really slowed down, sleeping so deeply sometimes we wonder if she’d died, becoming very stiff in her hindquarters to the extent that her tail had lost it’s vocabulary and she was obviously in discomfort.
Then a month ago she became incontinent. The vet wasn’t any help, saying that it was a loosening of the closure of the bladder due to old age. It was a few days later that I was placing an order for curcumin, and I decided to order serrapeptase too.
Wow, what a difference, within a week she was more mobile and alert but still leaking. A month on and she’s regained the vocabulary in her tail and she’s much much more mobile, out and about all the time, and the leakage has stopped. She’s still deaf as a post, but who knows, maybe she’ll regain some hearing as well, here’s hoping. I’m just thrilled at how much happier she is and how much more life there is to her, it really is as if time has rolled back.”
Anne L.,UNITED KINGDOM
“This is just to say a well-deserved thank you. I ordered the SerraPet tablets for my terrier who has arthritis in his back leg and was losing muscle. This was painful for him. He has been on SerraPet for nearly one month. He can now go on nice long walks and does not limp or carry his leg the next day. Also his muscle is building up. Thank you for a great product. I am going to tell my vet about SerraPet.”
“I wanted to follow up with you! My pet dog Destiny, as you may recall was diagnosed with chronic bronchitis. The diagnosis was made after a tracheal wash – so it was a real diagnosis. We have chest x-rays from over a year showing chest congestion. She struggled for a year going from one holistic vet to another and they tried Chinese herbs, acupuncture, etc. Nothing worked. She coughed endlessly and was miserable.
Anyhow, after 25 days on serrapeptase she went back to the vet today and her lungs were NORMAL and the blood work (which had been elevated due to the steroids and pancreatitis) was normal and even that shocked the vet because generally blood levels do not stabilize that quickly. SO, we have a SUCCESS STORY here. THANK YOU so very much!
I have been sharing your website with everyone. I breed and show collies. I would like to tell Destiny’s story on my website and put a link to your site. Is that ok? I am so happy and grateful for this MIRACLE supplement! And, she healed very quickly after the obstruction surgery and bounced back in an amazing fashion!”
- Jill L
“I would like to post some feedback about the marvelous improvement my dog has made, after giving her SerraPet tablets. My 7 year old dog, Sky, decided to take a flying leap into oblivion, over the wall of a bridge, unaware that there was a drop of approximately 30 feet onto stony ground. She destroyed the ligaments in her right front wrist which was totally unstable and she had temporarily dislocated her right hip joint.
Six weeks later, after an operation to plate her right front wrist she was still feeling fairly sorry for herself even though the splint had been removed and she was able to walk about. I had heard of Serrapeptase through a friend and decided to give Sky two tablets each morning and evening. Within 24 hours she had improved a lot – she was much happier in herself. She still had her limp but she was moving more freely and seemed so much better overall. I have continued with the 4 tablets daily for the first pot of 90 tablets and am now going to reduce the dosage to 1 tablet every night and morning. She still limps and we have to be careful to restrict her exercise but she is now almost back to her old energetic self.”
- Jane and Sky
“My dog started taking SerraPet 80,000IU for her IBS and is doing so well on it. She doesn’t feel well at all without it.”
- Spencer C
“I have been giving my 12 year old dog Lady some SerraPet for a week now with great results, so far in that she is walking a lot easier. It is lovely to see her starting to run a little which she has not been able to do for some time.”
- Kathy B.
“Dear Robert, I e-mailed you about my little pit bull with the cervical disk problem, I don’t know if the Serrapeptase helped with that but I do know that it has prevented any episodes of the inflammatory bowel disease that she has had for 3 years, ever since she went through the trauma of 5 surgeries in 2 years.
Just wanted to let you know, we now appreciate the fact that we don’t have to take her out at 2:00am any longer, she doesn’t run away from her food because of the pain she associates with eating anymore, and no more bloody stools.
I know it is the Serrapeptase because this is the only thing we are using. Thank you.”
“My foal’s leg problems and lameness have improved significantly since taking serrapeptase.”
“My cat had ringworm. I applied a topical cream on to help. Her tail was totally hairless, and so were her legs. Since taking the serrapeptase she is now off of the cortisone as well as the antibiotic, both of which she took daily.
I’m thankful to have heard about Serrapeptase for my sake as well as my cats. I’m now spreading the word to others.”
- Cheryl H
“I have been giving my horse 4 megacaps of serrapeptase twice a day for his tenosynovitis since the middle of June. Most of the swelling has gone down and he is sound 90% of the time. Sometimes on returning from a ride his leg swells up a bit, but so far he hasn’t gone lame again.
- Sue L.
“I was told by my vet that my dog Krystal would need a £2,000 leg operation. Krystal been very poorly with leg, skin and hair problems, as well as feeling tired. She is only 6 and was acting like a dog twice her age. Unable to pay the £2,000 I put her on to the SerraPlus myself and she now has a quality of life she has never had before. She can now walk and even run without limping and her hair is not falling out any more. She is now enjoying her friend Blossom, my other retriever. I didn’t realise at the time that you offered these for pets so now I can 100% recommend these to anyone out there with a concern for their pet. And I say 100 times over thank you so much for introducing these to me. Both myself and my dog are taking SerraPlus every day.”
Dan acted like he was interested in getting up, and it took less tries to stand up. When he was up, he was not nearly as weak and unstable. There has been steady improvement, and after six weeks on the SerraPlus, Dan is getting up on the first try, and his back legs are steady. He still walks slowly, and when he tries keeping up with the 2-year-old Chessie, he lopes along.
We believe serrapeptase has given “dear old Dan” a longer and better quality of life. The vet says “keep on doing what you are doing”.
D.H.B, United States
I have receiving wonderful reports from the use of the Beta Factor supplement along with serrapeptase. Since my sister gave them to her terminally ill dog….the dog survived another four plus years, I have recommended it to friends whose animals are sick, usually tumors. My vet, Guy Liebenberg of Coastway Veterinary Services has seen amazing response in dogs that he is treating. He is totally converted. I am convinced that if, heaven forbid, I developed cancer my first step would be to go directly onto serrapeptase, curcumin and Beta Factor. Their effecta are logical when you consider it; just cannot understand why more people are not harnessing their power!!
March 12, 2009
We have a 14-year-old arthritic dog that could hardly walk. As he got older, he was getting much worse. We came across Serrepeptase, and to our great relief, the dog had immediate results. It has now stopped hurting, he is able to sleep much more comfortably, and he is generally more relaxed.
A.H. – USA
Ruth called very upset as her 26 year old mare was so chronically lame with arthritis that 3 vets had recommend that she be put to sleep. We recommend that she try SerraPet, as she had tried everything else. We put Walnut on 12 tablets a day and to keep her on that until Ruth noticed an improvement then to drop the dosage to 8 a day. 18 months down the line Ruth and Walnut are back riding round the village and thrilled, Ruth keeps walnut on a maintenance dosage of 4 tablets a day. The other owners on the livery yard where Walnut has lived for the last 17 years were also impressed with Walnut’s recovery that they have all now put their horses, dogs and husbands on Serrapeptase.
Ruth Kelso – UK
She has completely come off her anti-inflammatory’s but is brighter, happier, more energetic and does not limp or show any sign of pain. Many have commented on how good she looks and how supple she seems these days. She has not had any further fits either so we have not had to increase her phenobarb as we had had to previously.
It has given us so much pleasure to see her more comfortable and know there isn’t the risk of gastric side effects etc. Our vet, although saying he was unable to recommend serrapeptase as he was unaware of clinical trials etc was very open and agreed she continue on it if it helped her. That was in July, we are due to visit him again for her phenobarb level check soon, so it will be interesting to see what he says now, as she has improved so much.
Thank you so much for making serrapeptase available and for the very prompt delivery whenever we have ordered.
Many, many thanks,
My dog and I have been taking Serrapeptase for about 4 months now. Bruno, our 10 year old collie, has been getting progressively worse from the effects of arthritis in his front and back legs. Some days he would have a very hard time getting up or would almost fall back down after standing up. A once very active part of the family had gotten very lethargic and tired looking in less than a couple of years. I began giving him a Serrapeptase in his treats when I began taking it. I noticed a difference in him in a matter of days. I immediately noticed he had a much easier time getting up and down off of the floor and he started jumping into my lap, which he hadn’t done in quite a while. He even got to feeling so much better, that on weekends, when we had a little more time to play with him, he would over do it a little and have a hard time getting moving on Monday morning again. We started giving him two in the morning and two in the evenings after more active days, and he’s been doing great since.
Proof that the effects of complementary medicine and supplements such as serrapeptase are autosuggestion can be ruled out when it comes to animals. They have no conception of the placebo effect. Treat a dog or cat or, indeed, any other animal and it either ‘works’ or it doesn’t. and, according to John Hopwood it’s certainly worked with his lurcher dog who was suffering from severe colitis, causing constant diarrhoea.
Says John: “This lurcher came to us as a stray so we’re not sure how old he is. We’re great dog lovers and give our animals the best so we put him on organic meat. Whether it was a coincidence, we don’t know, but very soon after that he developed colitis and it was very bad for a long time. So we knocked off the organic meat and decided to try serrapeptase. I’d already been taking it myself for my heart problem. It certainly worked and, although he’d got very thin he began to put on weight again. We’ve now established a regime including feeding him Chappie which seems to suit him.
The HOPWOOD’s’ lurcher is on two capsules a day but while John was in hospital his wife noticed signs of the problem recurring. The couple have decided to ‘up the dose’
Meanwhile, John continues to recommend serrapeptase. One friend was due for a triple heart bypass an operation he is reluctant to undergo. As I write, he is giving serrapeptase a chance, hoping it will clear the arteries, one of the properties of this secret of the silkworms.
Thanks for getting back to me. I have actually used the Serrapeptase with great success with my dog Georgie, who was a Collie Sheltie cross with arthritis. He was diagnosed with severe spinal arthritis two years ago and was completely ‘off legs’ in his back end. He’d been prescribed steroids and Rimadyl and had made some small recovery, but I’m a nurse and am aware of the side effects and was concerned. A neighbour told me about Serrapeptase and we tried it. 10 days after we started we were able to stop the steroids and Rimadyl and he went from strength to strength. He could just about stand and walk awkwardly on the steroids, but on serrapeptase he got to run, lift both legs to pee again, climb on the settee, play and most importantly was pain free and happy. He lived until 1st April this year when he died peacefully in his sleep at the age of 17years and five months.
A close friend of mine also takes it as he has joint pains caused by statins and I have introduced it to an internet group I joined for Georgie, Abledogs, to it as well. I had an e mail yesterday to say that Serrepeptase is Georgie’s legacy to them and how good it is. Dogs and humans across the UK and US and elsewhere are taking it too now! My remaining 12year old collie has it as he had a whip lash (long story) with some residual arthritis and I want to make sure he stays well. I get mine through my sister who works in a Health Store, but may well look up the link you’ve sent me for more and for your book, thankyou.If it’s ok with you I’ll forward your mail and the link to Abledogs members too, there are often a lot of questions to me and I’m not the expert you are.
I was delighted with the results achieved on my Pekinese who had back/leg problems and wasn’t walking properly. Vet suggested an operation! A course of SerraPet got him back and winning in the show ring. I have given my vet your brochure so that he could read up about it, as he was amazed at the lad’s recovery!
In your newsletter, you have asked for feedback about Serrapeptase. I am delighted to give you mine.
I used Serrapeptase on my horse, which sustained a severe tendon injury in April 2003. By June a scan showed that he had a chronic tendonitis with much scar tissue formed, both on the tendons, in the tendon sheaths and in the surrounding ligaments. The prognosis was poor; ‘moderate to guarded for anything more than light hacking’ said the report.
I had no idea about dose, so had to make an educated guess! I fed him 10 tablets of Serrapeptase a day for 6 weeks, then 6 a day for 2 months, then 3 a day for a further 2 months. He has just been re-scanned (November 2003). To my delight, the scan showed almost a full recovery. There is minimal scarring on the tendons, and none in the tendon sheaths or ligaments. He is expected to get back to full work now.
I can now bring him back into work. I will increase the work slowly over a period of 2 -3 months, and continue on a maintenance dose of Serrapeptase (2 a day) for a while.
This is a truly remarkable recovery, and I am absolutely delighted.
I will be spreading the word!
I just wanted to let you know the success we have had with our dog taking Serrapeptase.
Approx. 9 weeks ago he was diagnosed with a sizeable bood clot that was affecting the bood supply to his rear legs, so much so that he went onto 3 legs as his left leg was very painful and eventually did not want to walk.
The scan that we had confirmed the position and size of the clot and that he did not have a pulse in either leg. He was given about a week to live.
I started him on Serrapeptase double strenght 3 times a day and each day he has slowley got better and better. Approx. 1 month ago he went for his check up and the vet informed me that his pulse had returned in his right leg and just two weeks later we returned to the vet to be told that he now has a pulse in both legs.
He is now almost back to his old self and walking a full perimeter of our park and enjoys chasing his ball again which for us is fantastic news.
All of this I am sure is down to the Serrapeptase that we have given him….even the vet has said he is a walking miracle!!
Clare Jeffries USA
Gemma, was given a bad prognosis some four years ago. Not only had she developed a malignant tumour but also arthritis in her back legs. The Riches were devastated. As Mr Rich says: “A lot of people don’t understand this but for many a pet cat or dog is a part of the family and they’ll do anything to restore health, Gemma is now 16 years old, still very mentally alert and best of all, still with us.”
The couple are keen on complementary therapies and started to give Gemma Serrapeptase on the advice on their homeopathic doctor.
“The tumour erupted and lot of stuff came out. Gemma can now walk short distances around the house but we usually take her out in a pushchair. We found one in Mother Care that was slightly reduced but it would be great if one could be specially designed for dogs with walking problems including perhaps a way of getting them into the chair. She’s quite big and heavy to lift.
He laughs as he describes how people take photographs of them pushing Gemma around Weybridge.
“As long as she keeps going we’re happy,”
Velma Dunster is another dedicated dog owner. She lives in Devon with ‘Baby’ a Labrador/Springer cross. Mrs Dunster is devoted to animals. As she says” We’re all equal and they have just as much right as we do to live their lives. What people tend to forget is that we are animals too.’
Mrs Dunster takes nothing but natural remedies so that when Baby chased a cat and began to limp very badly she asked her local health shop to advise. “I put her onto Serrapeptase together with MSN and Glucosomine Sulphate at quite a high strength. This involved quite a lot of work as the tablets had to be given in the morning on an empty stomach.
Within about 3 weeks she was moving without trouble.
At 77 years old she has the energy of a much younger woman. She takes Baby for a two-hour walk in the morning and another hour in the evening.
“I do have a very healthy vegetarian diet and take plenty of exercise but unfortunately suffer from angina.”
Having studied the indications for taking Serrapeptase, Mrs Dunster began taking it herself.
“I do think it helped. There was a lot less pain and I was able to do more.”
Since then she has spread the news and one of her son’s friends has started to take it for arthritis.
I was directed to your Serrapeptase web site by another company for “human” reasons. When I read across the top of the page “A Second Gift from the Silkworm (Also for your pets)” – that peaked my interest. We have a twelve year old Chesapeake Bay retriever – who has lived the good life here on Lake Watauga, Tennessee. Age has taken it’s toll on “Van Etten’s Dapper Dan of Tennessee” and for the last year or so, has been experiencing the signs or arthritis and/or hip displasia. It is sad, to say the least, to watch this once robust, king of the mountain, in command animal, want to run to the barn in front of the tractor or jump from high rocks into the lake after a stick several times a day – but just can’t. Instead, he would try three or four times to get up, but it was just easier to lie back down. When he would manage to get up on all fours, his back legs would cross, and he would wobble, rather than walk normally. We could see his haunches beginning to atrophy, and the veterinarian began preparing us to put him down. “No, No”, I cried. “From the back hips forward, Dan is still the gentle giant, with the heart of a lion he’s always been.” Dan had been on Adeguan and several types of joint repair formulas. Nothing seemed to be helping him.
I ordered SerraPlus and started Dan on 3 in the morning on a peanut cracker and 3 in the evening. (He did not go for chewing the tablets). Within two days, there was noticeable improvement. Dan acted like he was interested in getting up, and it took less tries to stand up. When he was up, he was not nearly as weak and unstable. There has been steady improvement, and after six weeks on the SerraPlus, Dan is getting up on the first try, and his back legs are steady. He still walks slowly, and when he tries keeping up with the 2-year-old Chessie, he lopes along. We believe Serrapeptase has given “dear old Dan” a longer and better quality of life. The vet says “keep on doing what you are doing.”