We’d just like to share with you a little history on how we began and why we believe a magnetic dog collar can help your canine friend…

Ella modelling the Canine Magnetix dog collar with her best friend Bailey
Ella modelling the Canine Magnetix dog collar with her best friend Bailey

How Canine Magnetix started

The idea of starting a Magnetic Therapy business came about because of my lovely Chocolate Labrador Ella. Sadly, Ella was diagnosed with arthritis in her elbows when she was only 12 months old.  She had surgery and afterwards I bought her a magnetic dog collar.  I wasn’t sure if it would make a difference but I’d been told magnetic therapy can help with arthritis so thought I’d give it a try.  So, following a combination of surgery, magnetic therapy and joint supplements, Ella seemed to be managing pretty well.

One day I decided to borrow the magnetic collar for my older dog Jake and not long afterwards Ella became stiff in her right hind leg.   After a trip to the vet she was diagnosed with arthritis in her right hock. I put the magnetic collar straight back on and within a couple of days the stiffness had completely gone. She’s worn a magnetic collar ever since.  She doesn’t limp anymore and she has no trouble racing around.

Me (Samantha Gilhooley) with two lovely Friesian horses, Beauty and Vronie wearing their Equine Magnetix rugs
Me (Sam Gilhooley) with two lovely Friesian horses, Beauty and Vronie wearing their Equine Magnetix rugs

Soon after, I discovered magnetic therapy was widely used on horses so developed a full range of magnetic products for horses. For more information visit Equine Magnetix.

My own horse Annie had a stifle injury and I used a magnetic rug and magnetic boots on her. Magnetic therapy can relieve pain and when I put the magnets on Annie she just fell asleep (endorphin release), yet even more evidence Magnetic Therapy works!

Magnetic Therapy helps your animal live a more comfortable and active life.  I speak from experience as I’ve seen the results for myself!

Best Wishes,

Sam Gilhooley
Equine & Canine Magnetix