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Dinovite’s range of supplements, pet care products and toys work best for dog owners, as many of its products are tailored for canines.

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Posted on Jan 31, 2020

Scratching has stopped!

By Steven B., Tennessee, Verified Reviewer

My wife and I adopted a small breed rescue, "Sara" from the East TN Humane society several weeks ago. She came home smelly, matted, and constantly chewing and scratching on herself. She had chewed most of the hair off her tail, as well as her front legs and back. I had pre-ordered Dinovite and LickOChops so was able to start with her first meal. In just a couple of weeks the chewing and scratching has all but stopped, the hair is returning, and she is happy and playing all the time. She is the diamond in the rough I thought she would be. I am one happy customer!

Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Helpful Review? 5 People Have Voted

Posted on Dec 31, 2019

We are delighted we found Dinovite

By Michael E., Washington, Verified Reviewer

Our Lhasa Apso had terrible itching problems for years and was chewing her paws, tail, and everywhere else. We went to the vet numerous times with no help and she even had to wear a cone most of the time. I heard the Dinovite ads and within a week we were amazed. She is much better and her fur coat looks terrific. I can't say how much we appreciate this and have zero doubt it was the product.

Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Helpful Review? 4 People Have Voted

Posted on Oct 30, 2019

Returning Dinovite and Like o Chops

By Karen T., Bloomington, IN, Verified Reviewer

My dog won't go near his food with these supplements on it.

However, I do like the shampoo. I will be returning the other products. I had high hopes as I couldn't spell any smell with this product but he must have as he sniffed it and walked away.

If my dog had liked I would have given a 5.

Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

Helpful Review? 13 People Have Voted

Posted on Oct 9, 2019

Using Dinovite

By Sally F., Bay City, TX, Verified Reviewer

Old English Sheepdog, in perfect health, except for itchy skin. 9 years old. Dog had current CBC and chemical panel done in April. Because of itchy skin, I ordered Dinovite in July 2019. Started giving it August 1, 2019. She declined rapidly, went into renal failure September 27, 2019, and humanely euthanized September 30, 2019. I feel certain her renal failure was due to Dinovite, as I’d read reviews of this happening to other dogs. Our second dog was also on it. He quit eating October 3, so we took him in immediately to have CBC and chem panel run. Both dogs did not want to eat any food that had been contaminated with Dinovite! Wish we had "listened" to them...DO NOT USE THIS PRODUCT! It will kill your beloved sweet dog! I didn’t want to give it even one star, but couldn’t post without a rating.

Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

Helpful Review? 44 People Have Voted

Posted on Oct 1, 2019

My pets won't touch their food with Dinovite in it.

By Dotty H., Napa, CA, Verified Reviewer

It may be terrific stuff, but I have thrown out every bowl of food that contains Dinovite as both the dog and the cat won't touch it. It's expensive and with the food waste, it's even more expensive. I followed the directions introducing a bit at a time, but they won't be fooled. I feel misled as none of the ads mentioned how horrible it must smell to a sensitive pet nose. There is a 90-day return policy and I'm going to send it back.

Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

Helpful Review? 28 People Have Voted

Posted on Sep 26, 2019

Dinovite caused pancreatitis and diabetes in my Miniature Schnauzer

By Doug H., Lebanon, OR, Verified Reviewer

Please do research on the High Chicken Fat supplement. Within 2 weeks of using the lick chops supplement my Schnauzer lost 5 pounds, was weak and sickly, drinking excess water and urinating many times during the night. Turns out the high fat triggered Pancreatitis, which led to Diabetes. Needless to say, I quit using the supplement and my Oskar is now in two insulin shots daily.

Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

Helpful Review? 26 People Have Voted

Posted on Aug 14, 2019

Dinovite has helped to restore my dog's fur coat and improved his smell

By Kenneth H., Alabama, Verified Reviewer

I purchased Dinovite and tried the egg hamburger diet and none of my dogs liked it. I then started putting it in their food and they gobbled it up. I know it is responsible for both my older dogs improved fur coat and less itching. Their smell has been reduced and is noticeably not as strong. They show more energy and their eyes are brighter. I am buying my second boxes and added the Lickochops and Omega 3 & 6 supplement! Looking for even more improvement and hopefully happier dogs! will Keep you updated!!!!

P.S. Two of my dogs are 14 years old and 3 of them are 3 or less! Two medium sized and 3 small!

Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Helpful Review? 4 People Have Voted

Posted on May 24, 2019

It works...

By Bob L., Tuscaloosa, AL, Verified Reviewer

I am a big time sceptic...of anything - TV ads, radio, internet, Facebook. I only tried Dinovite as an almost last resort for my 9-year-old Lab. Multiple allergy issues, skin problems. On hydroxyzine 100 mgm twice a day, thyroid, pain meds, etc. multiple “hot spots”, rough fur, falling out all over, ears inflamed, worst gas EVER! Could clear a room of your best friends. We are now 7 weeks into this stuff. Fur is great...even the Vet said he was going to have to look in this product. Gas is gone. Ears are great. Still itching, some chewing, but lots better. Have all my 5 dogs on it. Highly recommend.

Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Helpful Review? 11 People Have Voted

Posted on Apr 29, 2019


By Billy H., Denver, CO, Verified Reviewer

I have two English Mastiffs - a fawn and a brindle. The brindle’s coat was dull and full of dandruff. The fawn is an older puppy and already had a good coat. I started giving them Dinovite a couple of months ago. It has made a very noticeable difference in the brindle. His coat is very shiny and so beautiful in the sunlight. I haven’t noticed much difference in the fawn, but since she is so young, her coat was already very pretty.

Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Helpful Review? 5 People Have Voted

Posted on Apr 3, 2019

Dinovite made our Katie's last years WONDERFUL!

By Sandra M., Coal Valley, IL, Verified Reviewer

We had a German Short Hair Pointer. We loved our Katie so very much! She was like a third child - LOL. When she started scratching, we felt so bad for her. We tried EVERYTHING! Then my husband heard about Dinovite on the radio on CH 890, WLS out of Chicago and thought that with the nice things being said we would try it.

In about a week we noticed an improvement. It wasn't immediate but her hair all came back and she stopped itching/biting. Our little girl was comfortable again! After a while, we decided she must not need it anymore so we stopped giving it to her. After a week, maybe two, the itching and biting came back! Well, we put her right back on it and, again, she was comfortable!

We tell everyone about Dinovite. Thank you so VERY MUCH for making her last 5 or 6 years comfortable! She made it to 15 years old and, if not for Dinovite, would've had to suffer those last few years. We only wish we'd found out about Dinovite sooner. THANK YOU!

Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Helpful Review? 6 People Have Voted

Posted on Mar 7, 2019

Old dog, new life

By Becky M., Arkansas, Verified Reviewer


Our old coondog/chow mix, MataHairy, has developed a number of health issues in her later years (she is 12), so when she began scratching inconsolably, we weren't sure which issue to blame. Mata has hypothyroidism, Cushing's disease from a tumor on her adrenals or pituitary, and bilateral prosthetic knees with severe arthritis around the R one. Her fur had fallen out in splotches, and the fur she did have looked dull and greasy.

She was shedding profusely. I mean, the chow in her made her especially fluffy and she always shed, but I can't describe how bad it had gotten. Like a llama losing its winter coat, Mata's fur would come out in great plugs when we would pet her.

Her fur has always been thick and long like the chow chow; it's white with the hallmark black spots of the coondog. Her beautiful white fur had become stained from excessive licking and gnawing because of whatever is in a dog's saliva. She looked like she was very ill.

Our vet agreed and said all her symptoms presented like an endocrine syndrome. Because of the cocktail of meds she has to take for thyroid, Cushing's, and arthritis, we couldn't give her steroids. We agonized over our options. Mata's itching had become so severe that we feared she would tear open her skin. She couldn't go even a half an hour - including through the night - without violently "attacking" herself with teeth and claws to try to find relief. It was as if something was eating her from the inside out.


Because of Mata's old age, we made the painful decision not to run expensive tests beyond basic current lab work. It really had gotten to the point where we were considering having to put her down as a final act of kindness to put her out of her misery. We researched and made a list of everything we could try first.

(1) We used five different kinds of shampoo.

(2) We tried three different topical treatments.

(3) We made sure we bought dog food that was only grain-free.

(4) We had basic lab work done to rule out anything new - like possible diabetes.

(5) As a last ditch effort to give our Mata girl relief, we ordered a 90-day supply of Dinovite. We were going to give it the full 90 days; at the end of 90 days, we decided that if it didn't give Mata back her quality of life, then was going to be time to say goodbye.


The longer your dog has had allergy symptoms, the longer it will take for Dinovite to reverse the problem. It took about 10 weeks, or 70 days, for us to see our old girl start to improve. She did go through a time when she would turn up her nose at her food dish if we put Dinovite in her kibble. The Dinovite coaches gave me several ideas over the phone, and it worked. They were wonderful.

I've read several negative testimonies here saying nothing worked; I'm not a vet, and I don't profess to understand complex endocrine or dermatological pathologies to be able to explain why this product works for some and not others. I can tell you that being patient, consistent, staying in contact with the Dinovite coaches, and waiting the full 90 days helps. In our case it was easy to be patient because our dog's life hung in the balance. If this product didn't help, when 90 days would come to an end so would her life. By this I mean we weren't in any hurry.


We are now on our second box of large dog Dinovite. Mata's fur is white again, has completely grown back in - as thick and luxurious as when she was young - and she only sheds minimally. Best of all, Mata no longer scratches or gnaws herself.

I had purchased a special sling-harness with an integrated leash from GingerLead to walk Mata because her arthritis around the rear R leg knee was so bad that she couldn't put any weight on it. I can't prove that it's the Dinovite that fixed the arthritis - she's also on excellent med management by the vet (2x weekly shots plus 5 pills a day). But because she was also on those meds prior to Dinovite and still limped and required the GingerLead, I do wonder legitimately if the deciding factor in her improved gait isn't the Dinovite.


Someone abandoned an older Shih Tzu at my husband's office in a busy commercial business park. He is now ours, we named him Mr. Buck. He is blind in one eye and had scaly, bumpy skin under one front armpit and all along that leg to the paw.

We started him on grain-free food and Dinovite. We've only had Mr. Buck about five weeks - his skin allergy has completely cleared up. The skin is soft and pink just like a healthy dog's skin should be.

Finally, Mr. Buck's fur is changing! I don't know the Shih Tzu breed. Maybe curly hair is common? I know that when we found Me. Buck, his fur was long, straight, and stringy. We had a groomer give him a "puppy cut," and now as it is growing out we are seeing it coming in curly like a labradoodle coat. I have no idea if this can be attributed to the Dinovite or not. But it's an interesting correlation.


Both dogs appear happier and healthier.

No more insane scratching and gnawing (MataHairy).

Less shedding (MataHairy).

Visually healthier skin (MataHairy, Mr. Buck).

Miraculous fur regrowth (MataHairy).

This was a long review. If you've made it to the end, you're a real trooper! I wanted to make the time to write so much because I am now a fierce advocate for this product and hope that my story may help someone else. Had it not been for Dynovite, we would not today have our beautiful MataHairy.

Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

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