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Dog ate 10mg edible vitamins, vitamins and amino acids?

Is there anything I should do for it? I also take 1/2 a red raspberry vitamin and a 1/4 of an orange vitamin. I use a little balsamic to cut the taste. It's like a vitamin with bacon. It's not quite the same flavor but I can't stop drinking it.

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I've used this exact same product, and it's pretty great, and I haven't had any problems with it at all. I like to give it a few days, and when it's time to give up on it, then I switch to the next flavor. It's pretty good, and I've tried it on dogs before, with no problems. I think the one thing about it is that I think it needs to be taken with an orange juice to be best. Otherwise, I don't think it has any taste. I've tried using with the raspberry flavor and it's pretty good.

You need to ask your vet to see if the vitamin is toxic to your dogs or not. They may need to monitor your dog's potassium levels.

Is there anything I should do for it? I also take 1/2 a red raspberry vitamin and a 1/4 of an orange vitamin. I use a little balsamic to cut the taste. It's like a vitamin with bacon. It's not quite the same flavor but I can't stop drinking it.

I've used this exact same product, and it's pretty great, and I haven't had any problems with it at all. I like to give it a few days, and when it's time to give up on it, then I switch to the next flavor. It's pretty good, and I've tried it on dogs before, with no problems. I think the one thing about it is that I think it needs to be taken with an orange juice to be best. Otherwise, I don't think it has any taste. I've tried using with the raspberry flavor and it's pretty good.

You need to ask your vet to see if the vitamin is toxic to your dogs or not. They may need to monitor your dog's potassium levels.

I had a great deal of success using this product on my rescue. He was an overweight puppy (6 years old, 80 lbs) who had become a vegetarian (at 8 weeks) and stopped eating solid food. He had the vet and nutritionist at the ASPCA give him a very high protein/calorie diet for several weeks, but the protein/calorie intake was not high enough for his age. It was clear that he would always be overweight, no matter what the diet. He was also not interested in eating anything solid, which is usually not a problem for rescues, as they usually get lots of time with the owner. I got his vitamin product from the pet store, and mixed it with water and gave him one shot of it a day. I gave him a couple of weeks of it, and he was a happy, thin, active dog. I started him on it as a preventative measure, and I don't think I ever put anything else on his diet. The weight loss was gradual, but he mntned his thinness, and he lived a full and healthy life for 8 years. His kidney disease didn't appear to progress, but he developed arthritis that would not have been expected. I had him for 11 years, and was sad to have to say goodbye last week.

This product is the best I have found, and it works. I would definitely recommend it.

I had a great deal of success using this product on my rescue. He was an overweight puppy (6 years old, 80 lbs) who had become a vegetarian (at 8 weeks) and stopped eating solid food. He had the vet and nutritionist at the ASPCA give him a very high protein/calorie diet for several weeks, but the protein/calorie intake was not high enough for his age. It was clear that he would always be overweight, no matter what the diet. He was also not interested in eating anything solid, which is usually not a problem for rescues, as they usually get lots of time with the owner. I got his vitamin product from the pet store, and mixed it with water and gave him one shot of it a day. I gave him a couple of weeks of it, and he was a happy, thin, active dog. I started him on it as a preventative measure, and I don't think I ever put anything else on his diet. The weight loss was gradual, but he mntned his thinness, and he lived a full and healthy life for 8 years. His kidney disease didn't appear to progress, but he developed arthritis that would not have been expected. I had him for 11 years, and was sad to have to say goodbye last week.

This product is the best I have found, and it works. I would definitely recommend it.

Hi! I was just wondering if there is a similar product that could be used to increase the level of Vitamin E. I've tried the Nature's Bounty product, but I've only found a small amount of it in the product. My vet wants to see if the vitamin E could help his dogs liver from getting so bad from all the medicine he takes. I was just wondering if anyone had tried any other products for this. He doesn't have much of a choice, so I was trying to find something that could help.

My husband's dog was having seizures and had to be on a new type of seizure medicine. When he got a new one, we discovered that he was allergic to the old one. The dog got a lot better for a while, but now the seizures are back and it's hard to control. I gave the dog a supplement from Dr. Dean's and it seems to be helping, but the problem is that he also has bad allergies and the supplement is not helping those at all. The doctor is telling me to use the Dr. Dean's for his seizures and the other supplement for his allergies. The problem is that there are no other supplements that have the things that the other one has.


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