The Red Swan and Animals

“The Red Swan” and Animals 

Animals are substantial partners in our existence and in the environment.
They possess senses, instincts, and behavioral patterns that complement our abilities,
opening up another dimension of life and healing.
Without imposing, without convincing, they simply exist and point to different options along the same path.
They shorten one’s way and elevate us along the way.
Like in any partnership, if we want to fulfill the potential existing in this relationship, we must understand its significance,
treat this partnership with respect, elevate the hidden capabilities on each side individually,
and on the integration of all the aspects together.


Many aspects are to the collaboration between humans and animals:
As pets, as domesticated animals, as representatives, for nutritional purposes, as therapeutic elements,
as assisting elements (guarding, herding, aiding individuals with disabilities), in sports, and so on.

Today, more than ever, there is awareness and recognition of their functions and mutual collaboration between us.

The worldview of “The Red Swan” refers to this partnership, between humans and animals, as an inseparable part of existence.
This perspective naturally led to our developments being suitable for both humans and animals.
We see significant importance in raising awareness and implementing the use of these developments in both humans and animals, precisely because of this nurturing connection.


This mutual nourishment, like a continuous and closed-loop barter, in both explicit and covertly ways, conveys various and diverse elements:
Emotionally – we share feelings with each other – both positive and negative – through contact and energy.
Physically – we mutually nourish each other – animals feed us, and they are nourished by the environment we preserve or, unfortunately, pollute.

The unique vision and breakthrough developments of “The Red Swan” address various challenges in this context,
renewing and providing optimally for the needs of both sides.
We have the capabilities, knowledge, and tools that can help strengthen, heal, create, and preserve vitality in these animals, so that maximizing this collaboration, minimizing harm, and realizing the potential for all parties – will be possible.
Additionally, we have the knowledge and ability to develop specific solutions upon request.

For example:

  • Emotional response development for animals – whether pets or animals for nutrition, sports, etc. These animals experience emotions, fears, and physical stress that also affect them emotionally. This influence may manifest in behavior, accumulated toxins in the body, and consequently, in the performance and abilities of the animals, and, of course, it may also affect humans.


  • Optimal integration of natural and precise food for each type and breed of animal, emphasizing its purpose.
    For instance, developing a specialized diet for dairy cows to increase milk production, reduce cow ailments (udder inflammation, gastrointestinal diseases, etc.), resulting in healthier and more nutritious milk for humans, reduced suffering for the cows, increased quality and quantity of production, and reduced expenses for the farmers.

The same applies to other types and breeds of animals.

  • Developing a response for animals whose primary activity is physical and requires strengthening and maintaining their body and endurance in extreme conditions.


And so forth.

 Articles and studies on the subject

Studies conducted and published around the world, on a regular basis, on every subject and topic at any given time.
The following Studies, which we have chosen to present,
is a taste of the infinite directions being explored in a particular field.
It presents the connection between the scientific world and our developments.
Developments that contain within them topics that have been researched in the past, are being researched in the present,
and those that have not yet been researched.
Their uniqueness lies in the exceptional combination of what is already known
and what exists but has not yet been revealed to all.

Avian flu outbreak Kills 50.54 million birds in the US

An article published on REUTERS on November 25, 2022

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