I was very skeptical regarding the efficacy of this product but am delighted to report my skepticism was misplaced. All I can say is - WOW.
Nature's Miracle, Simple Solution - all of those products that come in big. heavy gallon jugs, cost a fortune (especially when you consider what you're cleaning up - doesn't it just bug the daylights out of you to spend upwards of $20 - $30 a gallon just to clean up urine?), and take up much-needed storage space - are replaced by this one product that weighs ounces. Twelve two-packs, enough for 6 gallons of product, take up less space than a single gallon jug.
We have hard surfaces and five animals, three cats and one dog. One dog… Read more
When I say small dog, I should qualify that by saying my 9-pound Yorkie prefers ZiwiPeak's Small Antler ZiwiPeak 'Good-Dog' Chews, Deer Antler - Small, but that his 12-pound predecessor, a Yorkie-Maltese mix, preferred the Large.
Other reviewers have commented on this not being a 'Large' antler, and if you're comparing this to a 10-12" Buckarooz Monster Antler, well, there's really no comparison. I wouldn't give the ZiwiPeak Large antler to an 85-pound pit bull. That dog could have the Monster sized antler.
What I've read regarding the size of the antlers is that they are assigned into their size category by weight, not by size.
Studies touting astonishing results have been coming out for years and I've waited for a study (or studies) to come out that says, "Well, we've been duped; another miracle supplement that fell apart on closer examination," but that hasn't happened. Closer examination of resveratrol has done nothing but strengthen/support earlier reports of resveratrol's uses and researchers continue to find MORE uses for resveratrol.
The problem with using resveratrol as a supplement is that the resveratrol molecule is extremely volatile and susceptible to oxidation. There is very little bioavailable resveratrol in supplements that come in a… Read more
With the exception of the first and second book, there is no particular order to this list.
With regard to Call Me By Your Name - although a new book (1/2007), in time it will find its way onto everyone's top shelf and, I daresay, spend a considerable amount of time there. It's a remarkable book.
This is certainly not in order (LOTR would be #1 if it were), and certainly not complete. While I do read a fair amount of both fantasy and YA lit, I'm certainly not married to either; every so often books like The Thirteenth Tale come along and sweep me off my feet.