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February 3, 2014 at 3:37 pm #33089 Report AbuseAkari_32Participant
I have some good coupons for a few brand of human vitamins, and decided while I was on lunch today, I’d head over to the vitamin section and take a look. I was in the market for fish oil, but came across Nature’s Bounty brand acidophilus and was wondering if you guys had ever used it for your dogs. A google search brings up pretty mixed results– yes it’s good, no it’s not enough– so I was hoping to hear what you guys thought, as well as some good priced alternatives.February 15, 2014 at 10:18 pm #33826 Report AbusebslpMember
I use acidophilus for my dog when she eats something she shouldn’t. My vet said I can give her a four our five pills at once when she does this. It has prevented the trips to the emergency vet that I had in the past. The vet said that any brand that I use is ok and I buy what ever is on special when I need it. I take it everyday.February 16, 2014 at 2:15 pm #33861 Report AbuseInkedMarieMember
Bslp: jmo but I’d try to stop her from doing this. It sounds like its a too frequent thing.
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