Should You Do Stem Cell Banking For Your Sphynx Cat?

Should You Do Stem Cell Banking For Your Sphynx Cat?

Should You Do Stem Cell Banking For Your Sphynx Cat?

What is stem cell banking and how might it help your cat in the future?


Stem cell banking is not a new practice but it is new in the pet world. For many generations now stem cells have been collected from a baby's umbilical cord, propagated and stored in stem cell facilities to be available for use in the future for that child if they were to develop any type of illness or disease that may be treatable with the stem cells. 

Now thanks to the revolutionary founder of a company called Gallant, they're offering that technology and ability for stem cell banking for our pets. 

So the easiest way to obtain the stem cells from your pet is the way that Gallant offers which is to collect the tissue samples when your dog or cat is spayed or neutered. They collect the tissue that would have been thrown into biohazard and mail it off to the stem cell banking company and they're able to propagate the stem cells from those tissues.

However, if you didn't have that option or you're only now getting this information and your pet has already been spayed or neutered they do have some options for fixed pets as well so it's still a possibility if it's something you want to pursue. 

I highly recommend that you look into Gallant and they can give you all the information you need. I am not an affiliate of this company, I'm not getting paid, I simply want to help share this information. They have already covered up to 50 million pets in the United States thus far with stem cell banking and there is a host of degenerative diseases that stem cells could potentially treat pets for.

Be sure not to miss my next video where I discuss in detail the different conditions that stem cells can possibly treat.

Keep giving your pets the best of natural life!


April Arguin A.S., C.P.N., M.P.H

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