“Invisible enemies” is a term that’s used by Dr. Dressler; the world cancer veterinarian. Invisible enemies are everywhere; enemies to both us and our dogs. These enemies include chemicals, pollutants, and toxins continuously surrounding us in our daily lives.
We know this may sound a bit ‘silly,’ but if you take a look at the research, many of our dogs’ health conditions could be prevented by taking simple steps.
Examples of Invisible Enemies to Dogs
The most simple example is cigarette smoke.
Cigarettes are not good for us, right? And, there are a ton of studies which found secondhand smoke can be nearly as toxic.
Well, studies have also found cigarette smoke can cause cancer in dogs, especially if they have long muzzles (bloodhounds, collies, greyhounds, poodles, etc).
weed-killing chemicals and our dogs
Another common invisible enemy includes lawn chemicals and fertilizers. These are definitely invisible enemies; more than likely enemies you’d never even think of walking out your door.
If you spray your yard with weed killer, like Round-Up, do your best to keep your dog away from those areas.
If you live in the city, or take your dog to the dog park, the likelihood of exposing your dog to chemicals is high. One way to reduce your dog’s exposure is to wash your dog’s feet with soap and water after visiting these areas.
WHat does everpup have to do with it?
Dr. Dressler invented EverPup in an effort to reduce your dog’s bodily reactions to these invisible enemies; and/or to help him fight them.
EverPup was designed to boost your dog’s immune system, repair DNA, keep her organs healthy, and provide any vitamins and minerals that may be missing from her diet.