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meet Churchill, age 3

Churchill is a 3 year old english bulldog and he is not a very active dog. He was...
Products used: Zeal
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meet Nana Banana, age

Nana and I met at Alachua County Animal Services last year. I was looking for a new...
Products used: Thrive, Preference
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meet Charlie, age 9

A little over 6 months ago Charlie was diagnosed with Inflammatory Bowl Disease. He was...
Products used: Preference
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meet Houdini, age >1

My husband and I had decided to adopt two cats quite some time ago. During the most...
Products used: Prowl
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meet Huero, age 11

When we received our first trial package of Chicken Proper Toppers and ripped it open,...
Products used: Chicken Proper Toppers
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meet Rory, age 8

By 6 months of age, Rory was diagnosed with EGC (Eosinophilic Granular Complex) which...
Products used: Prowl
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meet Chupacabra, age

We adopted Chupacabra from the local humane society at 10 months old. She had a lot of...
Products used: Keen, Chicken Proper Topper...
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meet Max, age 17

Poor Max has always had problems. After being rescued, many years ago, he has had a weak...
Products used: Preference
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meet Wesley, age 3

Wesley has been suffering with allergy symptoms since he was just a pup. He's had ear...
Products used: Brave
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True Stories™ testimonials are for informational purposes only. The information is not a substitute for expert veterinary care. True Stories are written by actual customers, and represent their own observations. Results are not guaranteed, are not medically substantiated, and may not be typical for other pets.