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While the right supplements may make your hair shiny, your skin glowing and reduce bloat, for the most part your dog doesn't need the same additions to their diet. If you feed them a complete and balanced dog food, they’ll get all the essential nutrients they need.
If your dog has a specific health condition, they may benefit from supplements. But this should only be determined under the guidance of your vet after thorough examination and diagnosis. Outside of that, most dog supplements are nothing more than brands trying to cash in on a fad. The wrong supplement can even cause harm to your dog if it has an underlying health problem.
You pay for something that won't add much to your dog's life, and that they'll just end up peeing out.
Here are some reasons why you shouldn't waste your precious time or money on the majority of dog supplements.
Despite the nonsense out there in the world of dog supplements, I believe there's value in them – if they're done right. Over the past two years, I've developed something worthy of our beloved dogs. And they are called…well, you'll just have to wait on that.