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Does Dinovite Work?

Have you ever really looked at the ingredients on your dog’s bag of food? If not, you probably should! A ton of commercial brands of dry (and some wet) pet foods are poorly lacking in some very important departments!

What those companies do is they add in a bunch of corn and wheat fillers. This both makes the food cheaper to produce but it reduces the cost to the consumer as well. In the end, that leaves a bunch of fuller wallets, but many unhealthy dogs as well.

norfolk terrier looking out into the distanceYour dog needs certain amounts of vitamins and minerals – just like we do – in order to be healthy. Think about it, would you feed your kid on Ramen Noodles and Mac N Cheese forever because it was more cost-effective? No, of course not. So why feed your dog that way?

 

There are plenty of foods that claim that they have all the best ingredients for the perfect dog food. Unfortunately, none of these are going to be 100% good for your dog – though some are much better than others.

If you do not want to switch your dog’s food for whatever reason – maybe he’s been eating the same brand since puppyhood and you don’t want to make that drastic change, I get it – you still have another option: supplements!

There are many different supplements out there that are supposed to improve your dog’s overall health – Dinovite being one of the most well-known of these.

What is Dinovite?

Dinovite is a powder supplement that is supposed to be added to your dog’s food to improve his health. The powder has vitamins, enzymes, fatty acids, minerals and more than your dog’s food is denying him!

It’s simple to use and most dogs love the flavor, making it easy to add to their meals. Dinovite is said to help relieve itching, excessive shedding, foul odors and more, just by improving the quality of your dog’s meals.

What some pet owners do not realize is that if we’re feeding our pet’s junk we are doing harm to them without meaning to. They need certain things in their diets that are very different from what our bodies require.

Dinovite makes it easy to make sure your dog is getting all the vitamins and minerals they need – it is actually highly suggested for people who are going the “homemade” dog food route as well as those feeding commercial dog foods.

How does Dinovite Work?

Using Dinovite is really easy – all you have to do is add a scoop to your dog’s food and add a little water to it! The powder turns into an almost “gravy” of sorts and your dog is almost guaranteed to love this added to dry dog food.

From there you just have to make sure your dog gobbles it up and Dinovite will start working its magic. Sometimes your dog’s constant shedding or itchiness is because of a vitamin or mineral deficiency rather than an allergy of sorts.

Deficiencies in your pet’s diet can also shorten your pet’s lifespan. One of the best things you can do to help your dog live a long and happy life is to make sure he is fed a proper and balanced diet.

Doing that and making sure they get proper exercise are two of the best things you can do to extend your dog’s life!

Within a week some pet parents have said they were already starting to see results, though it may take up to 90 days to see the best results. This is why Dinovite provides a 90 Day Satisfaction Guarantee and why it is sold in a 90 day supply.

For the best results, it is also suggested that you purchase “Lickochops” or “Supromega” alongside your Dinovite supplement. These other supplements provide omega fatty acids that your dog needs in his diet!

How much Dinovite Should I Give My Dog?

This product is packaged in a way that makes it easy to know you are feeding the right amount for your dog. It is sold in 90-day supplies for small, medium and large dogs and each comes with a scoop to provide the perfect serving for your pup.

According to the Dinovite website you are better off feeding a little too much rather than not feeding enough – so if your dog is borderline on small to medium or medium to large, go with the recommended package for the larger of the two.

For example, if you have a small mix breed who weighs 23-25lbs, you are better off buying the “Medium Dog” box than the “Small Dog” box in order to ensure your dog gets enough of these essential nutrients.

There are roughly 90 servings or “scoops” worth of the Dinovite powder in each package and one scoop daily is enough if you buy a supply right for the size of your dog.

Is there a Cheaper Alternative to Dinovite?

As with most things we are inclined to see if there is a less expensive option to buying the first thing we see. This should be no different with your dog’s food considering more expensive doesn’t always mean better.

In this case, however, there is a very safe and highly praised alternative to Dinovite – it’s called Be Well and it is supplied by 1-800-PETMEDS. This website has a little bit of everything when it comes to keeping your pup happy and healthy and this is no different.

Many people are learning that what we thought were quality dog foods simply aren’t and that to keep our dogs healthy we may need to add a few things to it.

Where Dinovite suggests you use a second supplement such as Lickochops to make up the omega fatty acids, Be Well actually contains 1000mg of Omega 3 and 450mg of Omega 6 already. This could make this product much more cost effective in the long run.

Be Well has a different list of ingredients but it claims to do all the same things as Dinovite – and the reviews show that it is very effective.

The other big difference is that Be Well is only provided in one form with dosage instructions, rather than a larger supply for a larger dog, prepared for 90 days. For this product, it is suggested you use between 1tsp (for 20lbs and under) and 6tsp (for 100lbs and over).

The reviews for both Dinovite and Be Well were all extremely positive. Many pet parents claimed that their dog’s shedding was significantly reduced after they started them on these products.

The claims of improved skin conditions, coat shine and softness and even a more energetic older dog all prove that these products do what they say they do!

In the end, as long as your dog’s health has noticeably improved and there were no allergic reactions, this seems to be a good alternative.

 

Nina

My name is Nina, and I'm crazy about animals. I've spent years looking after my dogs, and have gained tons of tips. I decided to start writing about the best products that I came across, and that's how Dogs By Nina began.