Barbie was barely 3 weeks with me and doing pretty well when Audrey introduced Dinovite to me. She said she had dabbled into it and felt it would be interesting to me and just then; she opened her phone to a blog post on Dinovite reviews.
Sincerely, what she showed me was actually a delightful read. I remember I had talked to her about needing something to help Barbie grow and look better.
I was excited for having found something for my little baby dog, Barbie. But little did I know that what I read was not all there is to Dinovite and dogs.
I got Dinovite for Barbie, and it was a very terrible experience I and Barbie had afterwards.
I have written this honest Dinovite review to help you learn all you need to know before you get Dinovite for your dog, so you won’t be like me and Barbie. So, carefully read through to the end.
Now let’s get in…
What Is Dinovite?
You may want to know what Dinovite is…
Dinovite is a nutritional supplement made with whole food ingredients that contain vitamins, minerals, enzymes, direct-fed microbial, and fatty acids that can be missing from your pet’s diet.
Basically, It helps to support your pet’s immune system, improve its digestive function, and give the pet healthy skin, and a shiny coat.
Does Dinovite really work?
A number of reviews have been done to ascertain whether Dinovite works or not. All the reviews done so far are really mixed up. Some of the reviewers said it worked for them while some said it didn’t do anything for them.
For me, it was terrible! You remember I told you I got Dinovite for my dog, Barbie right?
Dinovite nearly killed my Barbie for me, if not for the Vet who stepped in and rescued her.
Well, while my experience with Dinovite was terrible, some people confirmed that Dinovite worked for them but that it took weeks or months to see their improvement in their dog.
What Are The Ingredients In Dinovite?
Dinovite is made with a formula that is aimed to help your dog grow stronger and look better.
Here are some of the ingredients contained in Dinovite: ground flaxseed, dried kelp, yeast culture, dried yeast, ground grain sorghum, fructooligosaccharide, zinc methionine complex, alfalfa nutrient concentrate, and microbial.
How Much Does Dinovite Cost?
The price for Dinovite differs depending on the flavor you want to get. Usually, the prices for the various formulas range from $29.99 to $249.99.
Is Dinovite Really Good For Dogs?
The answer to this question is quite contradictory but I’m going to find a way to answer it without being unfair.
Truth is that Dinovite is good but particularly for canine athletes. This is because they need extra food and energy to fuel their training.
However, generally speaking, Dinovite is not good for dogs. The reason is that Dinovite’s ingredients are not very friendly when singled out into their various parts. In a simple sense, what may work for one dog may not work for another.
Another thing that’s quite discouraging about Dinovite is the high cost of purchasing it.
How long does it take for Dinovite to start working?
According to Dinovite, it can take up to 90 days to see the effects. This is about 3 whole months to wait. It’s really a long time to wait for the effect of the supplement to start showing.
I think the time it takes for Dinovite to show is also a problem. These are some of the things to take into consideration if you are going to buy Dinovite for your dog.
What Are The Benefits Of Dinovite?
Dinovite has a number of acclaimed benefits. It says it can help solve common issues in dogs. Some of what it claims to help heal include:
- Excessive shedding
- Dry and/or flaking skin
- Various digestive issues
- Yeast-based infections
What Are The Common Side Effects Of Dinovite?
Here below are some of the allergies that could arise when you give Dinovite to your dog;
- Itchy skin
- Hair loss
- Digestive issues
- Immune issues
- Runny nose
- Runny eyes
- Chronic ear infections
- Obsessive licking/chewing of feet
- Inflamed, red paw pads
- Gastrointestinal upset
Are there better alternatives to Dinovite?
Yes, there are other cheaper probiotics you can use to help your pet other than the almost-good-for-nothing Dinovite.
So, to improve your dog’s digestion, look no further. Use the following rather than high-cost Dinovite:
- Veterinary Diets Fortiflora by Purina
- Vetri Mega by Vetri-Science Laboratories
- Pet Ultimates Probiotics for dogs
Are There Factors I Need To Consider When Buying My Dog Food?
Yes, following the plenty complaints that has been on the internet about Dinovite and some other dog foods, it is quite important you pay closer attention while buying your dog food.
Scrutinize everything before you buy.
On that premise, here below are some of what you should consider before your dog food the next time you hit the mall.
- Know if your dog has any specific allergies or sensitivities.
- Review the ingredients in their food to make sure you aren’t doubling up on any vitamins or minerals that need to be delicately balanced.
- Consult your veterinarian, or find one that works with you and truly gets to know your pet and their needs.
- Check around to see if there are other nutritional supplements for dogs that might be more effective for what your pet needs.
- Most importantly, make the decision that’s best for your pet’s individual needs.
Conclusively, I advise you do not get any dog supplements by yourself anymore. You could get your dog killed.
I’d rather advise you always consult with your Vet before you get any supplement for your pet. They can monitor your dog’s levels and see where it might have some nutritional deficiency and then ascertain what supplements exactly it needs.
When you go with a recommendation from your Vet, you might not only find something more effective. You will also save money. Try out some of what we’ve advised in our Dinovite review and you’d be happy with yourself afterward.