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    Default Re: Multivitamins ARE THEY WORTH IT AND WHATS YALL'S FAVORITE

    Thank you again everyone!

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    Default Re: Multivitamins ARE THEY WORTH IT AND WHATS YALL'S FAVORITE

    I was using Vi-Sorbits for Maximus from the time he was a Puppy - but Pfizer has stopped making them - so now I use PET NATURALS of VERMONT Chewable multi-vitamins - and both my dogs love them!

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    Default Re: Multivitamins ARE THEY WORTH IT AND WHATS YALL'S FAVORITE

    Quote Originally Posted by RSCharlie View Post
    WOW! i love all the responses and support! Thank you everyone for your recommendations! Today we started the switch to California Natural Grain Free Venison,We were originally going to go with Blue Wilderness but from the input from some people have heard this one is better. ( its hard to find a good food cause i think all breeds need something different, and some breeds dont respond well to some and then it gets bad reviews ) But He loves it we are doing 10% right now and will move up slowly! Any one have thoughts on this food? i have read so many different reviews, but its nice to have yall's input. Thank you again for welcoming Charlie and I !!!!
    well my thoughts are i would have probably went with the blue wilderness its a better food imo. wilderness has more protein and is very highly reguarded food. my problem with california natural is 2 things. first they are owned by p&g which does not have the best track record second i dont really like a food with 21 percent protein that is very low imo. now having said that it is a very limited ingredient food that some bullies need. its really how your bully does on the food. keep us updated

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    We give Jack a Pet Tab vitamin daily. He loves them. They smell really good too!
    Life is good today!!

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    Thank you so much, i will! so far so good we are at 1/4 CN and 3/4 Eukanuba and he seems to really like it!
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    Isn't @cowsmom awesome???

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    Default Re: Multivitamins ARE THEY WORTH IT AND WHATS YALL'S FAVORITE

    In my opinion, home cooked meals or store bought bags or cans... you should still add a multi vitamin. I've personally seen too many improvements in health to NOT supplement.

    That said, please make sure the viatmin you are giving does not contain the artificial sweetener Xylitol. It can cause dangerous spikes in glucose/insulin levels and can cause liver damage. Just 3 grams of the stuff (or 8 pieces of sugarfree gum) can kill a 65 pound dog.

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    Default Re: Multivitamins ARE THEY WORTH IT AND WHATS YALL'S FAVORITE

    anybody has any reference about BULLY MAX?

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