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meet Bailey, age

My dog Bailey used to have these horrible skin problems and ear infections. I didn't...
Products used: Force
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meet Glenn, age 2

Glenn Has always had itchy skin and ear infections. We switched from Merrick to The...
Products used: Keen, Revel, Embark
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meet Ratchet, age 6

I was so allergic I had no hair on my paws and my ears where crusty and gross! I lived on...
Products used: Zeal, Wishes
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meet Bubu, age 9

Bubu is 91/2, we have tried three different Holistic grain free healthy weight kibble...
Products used: Preference, Hale, Preferenc...
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meet Charlie, age 9.

Charlie is a typical lab - loves his food! But after 9 years, he was gaining weight, had...
Products used: Embark, Force, Force
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meet Quinn, age

My foster puppy came to me malnourished and lethargic with bald spots and crusty dry...
Products used: Force, Halcyon, Love
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meet Max, age 8

I rescued Max from the Chicago Anti-Cruelty Society almost 4 years ago. I knew from the...
Products used: Love, Pecks
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meet Harley, age 5

Harley is a rescue doggy with a very sad past. He was adopted and returned to the shelter...
Products used: Keen
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meet Oliver, age 9m

Oliver began to have digestive (belching and loose stool) and skin issues (itching) on...
Products used: Force, Pecks
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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.