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Miniature Dachshund's Legacy Inspires to Help Other Canines

SHELBY TOWNSHIP, Mich., March 31 /PRNewswire/ -- When beloved miniature Dachshund Frederick ruptured a disc at age 7, a veterinarian told his family, Bill and Diane Smith, that he would likely never walk again, even after surgery. Determined not to accept that dire prognosis, the Smiths sought out alternative treatments, and soon Frederick was walking and running in spite of other medical challenges, including lupus, Addison's disease and encephalitis.

Frederick lived happily to just shy of his 15th birthday -- and his legacy lives on. Thanks to Frederick's successful comeback after his battle with invertebral disc disease, the Smiths founded (, where families with canine members can find Dynamite's Free and Easy(TM) -- the supplement that helped restore Frederick's mobility.

"We created so other dogs could benefit from a natural supplement that treats disc and joint problems, canine arthritis and canine hip dysplasia," Bill Smith explained. "Frederick's lasting legacy is the thousands of dogs he has helped in 21 countries, including Africa, Greece, Australia, Slovenia, Japan and Portugal."

In addition to Free and Easy, offers a variety of natural supplements and vitamins to help give dogs optimal health and quality of life. But Free and Easy is by far the site's best-selling product. Developed by Dynamite Marketing, Inc., Free and Easy for Dogs is a holistic formulation designed to support healthy joints, cartilage and ligaments. The supplement combines chondroitin, glucosamine, Ester-C, MSM and hyaluronic acid with other antioxidant nutrients with anti-inflammatory properties.

Plenty of other products for dogs make similar claims. What makes Free and Easy different -- and much more effective -- is its combination of quality ingredients to create a synergistic effect. Free and Easy contains no fillers and uses pure enzyme-extracted forms of chondroitin and glucosamine; other supplements typically use sulfate or hydrochloride forms of those derivatives. In contrast to often prescribed veterinary drugs like Rimadyl and Deramaxx, Free and Easy doesn't require a prescription, has no side effects, and is safe to use in all dog breeds.

"My 12-year-old retriever can now get up and down with ease and [after three weeks of taking Free and Easy] is no longer collapsing. He is peppy and bouncy," stated customer Liz of Northport, Mich. "His arthritic back legs seem less swollen. Free and Easy is a magic potion that has improved my big Jack's life and given me enormous relief."

Free and Easy is available in eight-ounce or two-pound containers at Bill and Diane Smith believe so strongly in Free and Easy, they offer a 100% money-back guarantee on the product. To learn more about Free and Easy, visit

To view a video tribute to Frederick and to see the little dog whose indomitable spirit inspired, visit


    William F. Smith

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