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DogtorRX - great product

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I began giving my dogs DogtorRX after learning about it on this board. People keep commenting on how healthy my dogs look.
I can really see a difference in their coat, and they are both a little more fit looking.

I highly recommend it to anyone that loves their pets.
 

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I began giving my dogs DogtorRX after learning about it on this board. People keep commenting on how healthy my dogs look.
I can really see a difference in their coat, and they are both a little more fit looking.

I highly recommend it to anyone that loves their pets.
Thank you, I just recived this
 

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Thats cool but to expensive for me. I would like to try something like that for my american bulldog. Have you tried any other supps for your dog? Rf1 and k9 superfood seem ok to. Ha but they are also expensive. By the way what kind of dog food are you feeding. Orijen seems to be the best but the petco by me doesnt carry it. I was using solid gold but after researching it turns out costco dog food is actually highly rated so I use that now. She doesn't like it as much but eats it and looks good on it. LOL when I got her the owner was feeding her as a puppy kibbles n bits. Ha should be called kibbles and shits. Ha she had constant runs on that crap.
 

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Thats cool but to expensive for me. I would like to try something like that for my american bulldog. Have you tried any other supps for your dog? Rf1 and k9 superfood seem ok to. Ha but they are also expensive. By the way what kind of dog food are you feeding. Orijen seems to be the best but the petco by me doesnt carry it. I was using solid gold but after researching it turns out costco dog food is actually highly rated so I use that now. She doesn't like it as much but eats it and looks good on it. LOL when I got her the owner was feeding her as a puppy kibbles n bits. Ha should be called kibbles and shits. Ha she had constant runs on that crap.
Check the ingredients, if contains corn or soy don`t give it to your pet.
 

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Check the ingredients, if contains corn or soy don`t give it to your pet.
Nope no corn. Thats why I went with it. I take it your like me and researched for hours what was best for your dog. Before I new better I had her on iams puppy(LOl still better than the kibble n bits the previous owner gave her) and corn is the reason I got her off of it. Kirklands first ingredient is chicken. It uses barley, potatoes and a few other things. Plus it has chilated minerals to increase absorbtion. Like I said I was shocked at the qaulity of their food once I started researching. Orijen is a step up and even has probiotics to help absorbtion and all fresh ingredeints. When she is an adult I was thinking of giving her blue buffalo grain free. Have you ever tried the grain free route? Did you notice a diffrence?
 

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Nope no corn. Thats why I went with it. I take it your like me and researched for hours what was best for your dog. Before I new better I had her on iams puppy(LOl still better than the kibble n bits the previous owner gave her) and corn is the reason I got her off of it. Kirklands first ingredient is chicken. It uses barley, potatoes and a few other things. Plus it has chilated minerals to increase absorbtion. Like I said I was shocked at the qaulity of their food once I started researching. Orijen is a step up and even has probiotics to help absorbtion and all fresh ingredeints. When she is an adult I was thinking of giving her blue buffalo grain free. Have you ever tried the grain free route? Did you notice a diffrence?
I have 2 small dogs and I make the food for them, all meat no grains.
 

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I cannot find ANYWHERE that gives the amount and number of servings you get for your $70 on this
 

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I cannot find ANYWHERE that gives the amount and number of servings you get for your $70 on this
90 tabs, servings depend on size of dog. i have seen the label on the Canadian site Pet Equinox Canada on the 'purchase' page and it matches the bottles i've received
 

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