So I have a breed that seems to be hard to keep weight on in the early years, doesn’t help they’re also a picky eater. I also have very good mommas who need extra calories during nursing. I was looking for something to add to their daily feedings that will promote eating what’s in their bowl as well as extra calories on top of a higher calorie food. I ran across Dyne for Dogs so decided to give it a try.
Dyne also makes formulas for livestock and there is a multi species formula as well, that can be used on dogs. We purchase the Gallon size Dyne being that we have quite a few dogs.
With the gallon size, we also ordered a pump for easier dispensing on kibble.
Our dogs seem to really like the vanilla flavoring, even our pickiest eater finishes their bowls. We wet our kibble down, most of the time, with some water and mix the supplement throughout. We’ll also add some probiotic on top with some yummy canned food to make things even more enticing. They’ll think they’re getting spoiled but they’re coats shine and they keep weight on.
So far, no complaints from from canine or human.
What’s in it…
Guaranteed Analysis Per fl oz.:
Crude protein (min.): 1.9%
Crude Fat (min.): 48.3%
Crude Fiber (max.): 0.5%
Moisture (max.): 18.0%
Vitamin A (Min.): 1790
IU vitamin D (min.):
186 IU vitamin C (min.): 175
IU thiamin (min.): 0.18mg
riboflavin (min.): 0.25mg
Niacin (min.): 0.18mg
vitamin B6 (min.): 0.08mg
folic acid (min.): 0.04mg
vitamin B12 (min.): 0.71mcg
vitamin E, (min.): 4.5 IU
Calorie Content (Me): 5, 285 kcal/kg, 29.1 kcal/tsp (5ml)
Ingredients: soybean Oil, sugar, water, glycerin, dried skimmed milk, Polysorbate 80, dried Egg whites, propylene glycol, artificial vanilla flavor, pectin citrus, gum Arabic, ascorbic acid (preservative) sodium benzoate (preservative), vitamin E supplement, vitamin A supplement, niacin Supplement, Calcium Pantothenate, riboflavin Supplement, fd&c Yellow #5, pyridoxine hydrochloride, Thiamine hydrochloride, Folic Acid, Vitamin D3 Supplement, vitamin B12 supplement
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