We're so grateful to be working alongside you, with your pet. Our dogs are like family and it is an honor that you have welcomed Dinovite into your family routine.
Of course by now your buddy should be getting 1 full scoop of Dinovite for Dogs supplement each day. If he's not eating the full scoop, he is not getting enough supplement to fully support his immune system. Remember, Dinovite for Dogs will only work if our pet is consuming it each day. It is best for them to consume the correct amount as well.
If your pet is still being fussy, please don't get aggravated or give up. Let us help you work with your pet.
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Over the past couple of weeks, what changes have you noticed at this point? Softer coat? Less scratching? Less hairballs? If not, let's review a few things again...
If your dog is on a commercial diet, check the ingredients for carbs and other starches. This will make all the difference. What are the 1st five in ingredients? Remember, the first ingredient needs to be a meat product, following that you ideally need to see 2-3 more meat products. The 1st five ingredients mainly need to be meat based products.
If your dog is still eating a high carb/starch diet, this will affect his overall health and the effectiveness of the supplement. Dinovite fortifies the daily diet of the dog and provides many vitamins and other nutrients. However, Dinovite cannot overcome a poor diet. Run over to Dog Food Advisor to see where your dog's current diet rates. Make the switch now to a better food.
If you want to ensure you are feeding your pet the very best you can, think about going raw. If you can make a basic meatloaf, you can make your dog's own food. It really is super simple and we have tons of experience with helping pet owners making this switch. Scroll down for a couple of recipes and details to going raw.
• What type of shampoo are you using?
Using various chemically filled shampoos and other topical treatments for fleas, ticks, skin issues etc. Can actually make our dog MORE miserable! Why? Because these chemicals get absorbed by the largest organ of the body, THE SKIN.
When these toxic chemicals and pollutants enter the bloodstream, they can cause a lot more harm than the good they are "supposed" to be doing! Swapping your unpronounceable, high dollar wash for a gentle, chemical free, nourishing, alternative that won't break the bank could be your best idea yet! CLICK HERE to learn about Dinovite's super, gentle shampoo, DogOsuds.
• What type treats are you giving?
If you're feeding treats, check the ingredients for carbs and other starches, just as you did when checking the food. Don't let crumby treats be something that holds your buddy back from his best self yet!
Are you dealing with pest?
Just the thought of our beloved pets having fleas or ticks is enough to make your skin crawl. Knowing how harmful they can be to our furry friends is enough to make one cry!
Fleas and ticks get their nutrition by ingesting your pet's blood. A large flea infestation can cause anemia and other medical disorders. This is why it is so important to keep your dog or cat flea-free.
Did you know fleas and ticks are dangerous disease carriers, as well? Fleas can transmit tapeworms and cause allergic reactions, which can lead to scratching, scabs, hair loss and infection. Ticks can potentially carry the bacteria Lyme disease, a serious condition characterized by lameness, swollen joints and fever.
Your dogs and cats are not the only ones at risk from these nasty pest. Fleas and ticks don't care who they bug to get a meal, so people need to take caution against these pest as well.
Good news though is that you do have tools to use against these nasty pest. Prevention is the best steps to a happy flea/tick free season. Here's a quick checklist:
1. Build Up the Immune Systems - Fleas, ticks and other pesky creatures pick the weakest immune system they can find to use as a host. This helps them keep a tight rule over the host. If your dog or cat has a good healthy immune system, this will help to lessen the amount of fleas and ticks attracted to them. Keep serving your Dinovite for Dogs DAILY for a supported immune.
2. Keep Things Clean - Keeping your pet's bed and living area clean will help reduce the amount of pests taking over your house. Wash your cat or dog's bed regularly, maintain good pet hygiene, scooping litter boxes, sweeping and mopping as needed. If you have carpet, regular vacuuming will help keep fleas from spreading. (Make sure to dump vacuum canister in an outside trash can to prevent fleas from jumping back into your carpet.)
3. Go Natural - Some forms of plants oils are great for deterring the fleas and ticks. They smell nice to us, but spell disaster ahead for the pest! Lemongrass, Lavender oil, Peppermint and Rosemary are some of the best oils to use, as they also have other healing properties that can help your dog.
If you have hard floors, you can add a few drops of natural oils to your mop water for a refreshing clean scent plus, pest repelling power!
Your best tool in the battle of fleas and ticks: Dinovite NomOflea Pet Spray and NomOflea Household Spray. Both are non-toxic and effective treatments to killing fleas and ticks, without the hazardous chemicals. Click Here to learn more.
Did you know: DogOsuds are made with therapeutic grade essential oils?
Are you looking to a great way to wash those buggers away? DogOsuds and it's wonderful essential oils could be a great tool. A combination of beneficial oils for the skin and coat that also do double duty as a natural pest repellant. Read More on what makes DogOsuds so special...
Special Note: Only the Unscented variety of DogOsuds is suitable for cats. Some studies indicate of the possible side effects of essential oils on cats. Don't take any chances with your furry friend! Daily brushing with a flea comb is a great way to brush out fleas and eggs.
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