I got a catalog from them in the mail. Has anyone tried any of them? The joint supplements look interesting. Thanks.
I’m assuming you mean Springtime, Inc. And yes, I’ve heard of them and have used them off and on for many years. I really like them. I’ve used their Fresh Factors (great whole food vitamin which I like because Lucy hates most things mixed into her food) and I’ve used their Joint Health and their new Advanced Joint chews. They worked great for my deceased Shih-Poo, Desi, who had both rear luxating patellas. And the Advanced Joint worked when Lucy hurt herself once. I’ve also used their Omegas 3-6-9 and liked them, as well as their Bug-Off Garlic chews for fleas. Love the stuff and they always have b1g2 deals…and if you buy so much you can try free stuff.
Thanks. I will give them a try.
I bought their bugs off garlic for my horses and got free stuff for my dogs for years. I love their spirulina and fresh factors.
I thought Garlic was not good for dogs? If this Garlic bug off is safe then I might be interested in getting some because of mosquitos in the summer time. I do not have a flea or tick problem but I do worry about mosquitos. Anyone have any idea?
Your dog would need to injest a huge amount of garlic for a problem. I’ve been using Bug Off Garlic for years.
Garlic is safe in small doses and it should not be given every day, only 3-4 days a week. Personally, I like to get the maximum out of my garlic, so I use fresh cloves and I mince it right before adding it to their food.
Thanks Marie and Patty
Patty, I can’t type the whole article but the newest Dog Fancy, with NaturalnDog on the other side, has an article on garlic. I can send it to you but it says it’s best to let it sit 10-20 min before serving but don’t go over 20
Is pickled garlic just as good? Just mince and serve?
I had always heard 5-10 minutes and never worried about it because it takes me that long to get everything ready. I would love to see that article!!
I don’t know if pickled is as good. Shawna would know. I know that you can peel your garlic in advance and store it in olive oil.
Email me your address & I’ll get it to you next week!
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