- Labrador Retriever
- Food Allergies / Intolerances, Skin / Coat Issues
Sally was a troubled puppy. She itched and scratched for days, then weeks. We went to the vet which tried many different foods, raw food, chicken and rice, everything. Finally we were sent to the animal dermatologist which informed us that we had a very allergic dog that was going to be very expensive to her owners. They put her on massive steroids and antibiotics to stop the itching which only masked the problem. After many thousands of dollars, we sought out a animal dietitian in Sherman Oaks, CA. We had finally found our savior. The kind doctor took one look at Sally and said that what she had was a fungus and it was caused by her food allergies. He sold us a box of The Honest Kitchen Zeal and asked us to try it out. He didn't even care if we bought the food from him but he did care about the animals and we could tell. We bought the Zeal and spent the next few weeks using it. Low and behold, all of Sally's problems went away. Literally everything. We stopped all medication, thank goodness. We got rid of all products containing Grain which apparently was the problem. Even the chicken since the chicken is fed grain. Anyways, needless to say that Dr. Marc Battan and The Honest Kitchen saved us a lifetime of bad medication and helped improve Sally's quality of life. She's now a happy normal crazy Lab.
Zeal ®$59.99 - $117.99
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