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    Quote Originally Posted by Davidh View Post
    @Scueva We give our adult bullies the supplements too. As far as them needing them if you feed a good quality food is always debatable. But we figured it won't hurt, and all my bullies are very healthy.
    Exactly, I prefer to make certain they get their own daily requirements, as each dog and human alike are not made the same.


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    Default Re: NuVet Plus, Yogurt, Salmon Oil.. oh my.. so many choices..

    I feel like I'm such a downer! I have very different opinions on such things... But, since this is an information site, I'll just plug on ahead and give you some information on multivitamins so you'll have more pro and con and everything in between to use for decision-making. Okay, I went ahead and googled some stuff that aligns with my philosophy so it's in a more "medically formatted" article than a ramblings of an EBN forum member...

    So... these are all people-related. Just take note that medical research on people is a lot more robust than dogs.

    http://www.mindbodygreen.com/0-3123/...ivitamins.html

    And from Reader's Digest:
    http://www.rd.com/health/wellness/5-...uths-and-lies/
    (We don't do Vitamin D supplement either. Milk already comes with Vitamin D and being Filipinos, we have the skin tone to tolerate some sun. The beach is a regular part of our week).

    And from webmd:
    http://men.webmd.com/features/vitami...t-from-fiction

    Added this one. It's from a Naturopath Scientist so may have some bias. But, it also aligns with my holistic principles:
    http://www.doctorsresearch.com/articles4.html
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    Default Re: NuVet Plus, Yogurt, Salmon Oil.. oh my.. so many choices..

    @anatess Thanks for the links. Also, you're not a downer and I appreciate all opinions on here.
    You guys are the experts, I'm a new bully mama and this is also my first Dog. That's right, first dog so trying to get it right.

    I'm going to just watch these next couple of months. First I want him to adjust, after that I'll slowly start to switch him to Fromm. I just don't want to think that I'm skimping on something. So if Nu Vet can help with skin, coat, digestion, I'd use it.

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    Default Re: NuVet Plus, Yogurt, Salmon Oil.. oh my.. so many choices..

    Quote Originally Posted by Blueberrys Mom View Post
    I'm going to just watch these next couple of months. First I want him to adjust, after that I'll slowly start to switch him to Fromm. I just don't want to think that I'm skimping on something. So if Nu Vet can help with skin, coat, digestion, I'd use it.
    I agree!

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