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02/25/2013 22:43:33 PM by K.T.Riffic   Send Message to K.T.Riffic  7498  views, category: Purrfect pet health and beauty tips view all blogs


You might have been hearing about a product for dogs called Dinovite on the radio. It has probably got you wondering if this product really works or not.

What is Dinovite?
Here is a quick overview of Dinovite, in case you have not heard of it yet.

Dinovite is a nutritional supplement that is added to your dog’s food. It is sold as a 90 day supply; the size varies (along with the price) depending on the size of your dog. You shake a scoop full of the product into your dog’s food daily.

Dinovite is made of 100% natural ingredients and claims to help with a variety of ailments including itching, scratching, stinking, and shedding.

It’s goal is to add the nutrients and minerals that are normally cooked out of commercial dog foods to help support and improve your dog’s health and wellness.

The problem with nutritional supplements
Dinovite is one of the many supplemental products available for your pet’s food on the market now. There seems to be a growing trend here. Once dog owners started realizing that most of the dog food that is in stores contains little to no nutrition, they started looking for the cheapest way to make sure their pets are receiving proper nutrition.

However, this led to another issue. Instead of dogs food that is better for them (ones that start with meat and not corn, for example), nutritional supplements started to be added to their diets. No matter how good the supplement, they will never be able to compensate for a poor diet.

If your pet is showing signs of any sort of ailment, the first step is to seek the advice of your veterinarian. Also, try a higher quality food if you are not using one already. Due to the lack of oversight in the pet food industry, it is easy for a company to put out a poor product. Try a holistic or all natural food from a reputable pet food company.

Small pet stores can usually suggest products based on meeting or discussing your pet. These dog foods will be more expensive, but you will not have to pay for supplements to add back into the food.

Will it work for my dog?
Unfortunately, there is no easy answer to this question. While there are tons of customer reviews online, the only certainty is that there is no certainty. Dinovite seems to work wonders for some, but not at all for others.

This is to be expected, though. Think about the millions of dollars spent each year trying to figure out the best human diet and wellness plans! We still cannot seem to get it right or agree on anything. Just as no two humans are alike, each dog is unique. Even if something works for your neighbor’s dog, it does not guarantee it will work for yours.

Money back guarantee
If you are curious to see if this product will work for your pet, read over the Dinovite guarantee and then decide if want to buy a 90 day supply.

If you have used this product, leave us a comment below to let us know what you think.

About the author: Kayleigh has always loved animals and has spent time volunteering at the local dog shelter. The love of her life is her four year old Rottweiler, Lizzie. She enjoys writing for since it combines her love of animals with one of her favor... more >>

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