Meet Storm, Matilda and Marshall modelling their magnetic dog coats!

Storm, Matilda and Marshall in the Spotlight - Have all benefited from their magnetic dog coats

This week’s ‘In the Spotlight’ is a gorgeous, triple fluffy dose! Meet the lovely Storm, Matilda and Marshall.

Their owner Lynette bought Storm and Matilda a magnetic dog coat some time ago. This was a preventative measure as the breed is susceptible to arthritis and lameness problems. Both Storm and Matilda are doing well and are very fit and healthy.

Marshall’s gait hasn’t been right, so Lynette recently purchased a 23” magnetic dog coat for him.

Marshall aged 7 wearing his 23″ Magnetic Dog Coat in Blue

Lynette shares:

‘The vet said it was muscle tissue damage due to him charging at cats up a wall and fell. I took him back last week and he’s much better and his gait is corrected and no longer off loading onto his left. The coat has definitely helped along with a wheat bag and a natural anti inflammatory. The vet told me to continue with what I was doing as its obviously working! They all will continue to wear their magnetic coats throughout the winter month.

Matilda aged 9 wearing her 23″ Magnetic Dog Coat in Purple
Storm aged 8 wearing her 23″ Magnetic Dog Coat in Purple

How to use the Magnetic Dog Coat

The coat can be used as a preventative measure to help keep your dog active and health. It can also be used for injuries and conditions such as arthritis.

Your dog can wear the coat for as little as 30 mins up to several hours and overnight. It can also be used as a complement to the magnetic dog collar.

Related Article: Magnetic Dog Coat helps with stiffness

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Disclaimer: This article is based on the opinions of the author. Magnetic Therapy is a complementary treatment and should not be used as a substitute for veterinary care. If you’re concerned about yourself, your horse or dog, please seek professional advice.

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