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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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2.8 Stars out of 61 Reviews
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Posted on Apr 10, 2017

Not sure it helps

By Dan, Florida, Verified Reviewer

Our 11-year-old Golden Retriever started looking weak; excessive hair loss, lethargic, noticeable weight loss, hot spots, and gooey eyes. The vet put her on antibiotics and steroids.

She got better for a while, and then we started on Dinovite. She seemed to respond but wouldn't eat it. I cook whole organic chickens, carrots, sweet potatoes and broccoli and mix with her dry food and Dinovite. What we noticed was a "phlegm" in her stools that almost looked like intestinal tissue. It came and went and she began to regress.

Three weeks ago we stopped the Dinovite after she had a major accident in the house. EVERYWHERE! I began to give her half a teaspoon of virgin organic coconut oil with each meal and cut back on the total food intake. She looks AMAZING! Her weight has increased noticeably. Her coat looks good, there are no hot spots, and she wants to play all the time. Try coconut oil. So inexpensive and we use it ourselves.

I can't say anything negative about Dinovite, but this seems to be working. Will keep you posted.

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

Helpful Review? 27 People Have Voted

Posted on Mar 27, 2017

Did not work for us.

By Mary, North Carolina, Verified Reviewer

My husband had heard commercials and so we asked friends via FaceBook if anyone used it. A couple people said they did and loved it. After reading reviews we decided to spend the $100 and give it a try. Our dog is 4-year-old KLabrabull. We have battled his itchy skin from the beginning. We learned he was abandoned at four days old and mama was impregnated by a stray.

He goes through bouts of being itchy however his skin has never shown any sign of dermatitis and his hair has always been soft. We feed him very high quality of dog food. We completely dote over our boy. The product took quite some time to receive and once we started it he took to the taste.

About four weeks in he started to itch worse ended up getting bald spots and a few hot spots from itching. It appeared that the Dinovite actually seemed to dry his skin out and he developed dermatitis which he had never had before.

I gave the rest of the Dinovite to the friends who said they liked it and do use it. This product did not work for us and actually made it worse.

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

Helpful Review? 19 People Have Voted

Posted on Mar 22, 2017

Not for my cats

By Dianna B, Phoenix, AZ, Verified Reviewer

My two white cats had stiff fur and one had a chronically bloody chin. The vet said that the chin was "typical" for a male cat.

I started feeding them Dinovite in January. The chin cleared up and the fur improved. But, at the same time, I noticed a marked increase in water consumption. After three months on the Dinovite, the water consumption kept increasing until the two of them were consuming four times as much water as before I had given them the Dinovite. When I took them to the vet, he said that they were both in kidney failure.

I discontinued the Dinovite and reported the reaction. They would not refund any money, and they claimed that no one else had reported this happening.

I started giving my cats some kidney support special food and special renal support "treats" to keep them alive. I have been able to stabilize them. Their water consumption is still the same, and if I forget to give them their renal support treat, they start exhibiting kidney failure symptoms almost immediately.

I do NOT recommend this product!

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

Helpful Review? 21 People Have Voted

Posted on Mar 3, 2017

Dangerous for my dogs

By Kathy Brissie, Durham, NC, Verified Reviewer

I have been feeding my dogs Dinovite for probably over three years to help with paw chewing. It did an ok job, but we never discontinued it.

On a recent vet checkup, they did a blood test and decided that both my dogs have elevated liver levels. We removed the Dinovite from their diet for 23 days, and their liver levels were re-tested and returned to a safe level. Of course, I just bought the LARGE box of Dinovite, and I called them and asked for at least a partial refund, and they said no.

So, this product might not be bad for every dog, but it is bad for my dogs. Unless you have their liver levels tested, it might be too late when you realize you have a health issue for your dog.

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

Helpful Review? 45 People Have Voted

Posted on Jan 25, 2017

Didn't work for my Westie, money back guarantee not granted

By Elizabeth, Boerne, Texas, Verified Reviewer

I tried Dinovite on my Westie that was suffering severely with raw skin irritation that I just couldn't get cleared up via multiple vet visits from my local vet. So I thought I'd give Dinovite a try.

I did the first order and saw some improvement, but after the first box, I decided to buy another box and give it more time due to the site's recommendation and phone discussion with customer service. I bought a second box but didn't open it since I wasn't seeing any improvement from the first box. I ended up taking my Westie to a skin specialist. My Westie was given five different prescriptions to get him well. He is still now on a better path under the skin specialist care, but as severe as he was, Dinovite could not fix his skin problem.

I called today to take advantage of my money back guarantee, and I was told that since I purchased another box, the guarantee was null and void, even though it was unopened and not used at all.

Buyer beware. Their guarantee is only good for first purchase, and even then they have other rules that the company will give as an excuse not to refund your money. Like you didn't give it more time, you need to buy more, or you didn't give enough in food or administer correctly, etc.

I recommend you first spend the money on a vet that specializes in skin allergies before you invest any money to Dinovite. Because as much as they say you get your money back, YOU DON'T.

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

Helpful Review? 39 People Have Voted

Posted on Jan 5, 2017

Lucky dog won't eat

By Jane Lawler, New Berlin, WI, Verified Reviewer

I have tried several different ways to feed this to our dog, and no matter what we do, she will not eat her food if this stuff is in it. It smells horrible.

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

Helpful Review? 23 People Have Voted

Posted on Dec 18, 2016

Great experience

By Ariel, Verified Reviewer

I am a veterinarian in South Florida. So we do encounter A LOT of skin problems, mostly allergy/atopy related. Lots of our clients were not willing to keep their pets on antibiotics and anti-inflammatory medication over and over. After an amazing improvement on Dinovite of one of our patients, who is a golden retriever with severe chronic skin allergies, I started recommending Dinovite as a trial for those who didn't want to go through the expensive skin allergy testing and I do see great improvement in most our patients on Dinovite.

Of course, as with any product, allergy to the product or no improvement may happen as described by consumers above. However, I read through their comments and most of them sound like misrepresented The review with the pomeranian and "severe" anaphylactic reaction to it that responded great to Benadryl is an absolute nonsense. As severe anaphylactic reaction would OBVIOUSLY not respond to oral Benadryl. Seems like most of the negative reviews are written by people with unrealistic expectations of magical cure for their pet's problem and seem like they actually have an underlying problem that has not been addressed and that Dinovite is not a magic cure for all skin issues.

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

Helpful Review? 39 People Have Voted

Posted on Dec 13, 2016

Cats would not eat it

By Ken, Los Angeles, Verified Reviewer

I bought Dinovite for my 3 cats after hearing the radio ads. But none of my cats would eat it. I followed the instructions exactly. At one point I figured if I leave the food dish for a couple of days the cats would get hungry enough and eat the Dinovite. But on the second day the dish was not touched. I felt sorry for my cats and gave them fresh food without the Dinovite.

I also bought the Lick Chops and cat treats. My cats wouldn't eat any of it. I paid over $50 for the Dinovite products and it was a waste of money. On second thought the Dinovite might make a great cat repellent.

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

Helpful Review? 13 People Have Voted

Posted on Nov 27, 2016

Total rip off

By Ralph Partida, Lewisville, TX, Verified Reviewer

I have a miniature schnauzer with a skin condition, and all I heard that this product would clear up her skin with good nutrition.

Unfortunately, the supplement tastes so bad she would not eat the product, no matter what I put it on. when we requested a refund we told it is going to 100% refund because it was our first purchase, but we have to send the rest of product back to them and also pay for shipping which was additional $9.

When we got our refund it was only 50 percent what we paid originally. Finally, we were told Dinovite withdraw money for their cost of shipping on the original shipment.

In addition, we were only refunded on the product that was not used. Their 100% guarantee is not true and they do not stand behind the product.

I'm very disappointed in their customer service, very rude and do not stand be hide their products like they promise. This is just another scam. Can't trust anybody anymore.

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

Helpful Review? 34 People Have Voted

Posted on Nov 7, 2016

It is not grain free!

By Frank Brannon, Virginia, Verified Reviewer

This is a product that may work for some animals but it actually made my dog worse! The reason being is that she has had a recurring systemic yeast infection and has been totally grain free for over a year.

Prior to being grain free, my Maltese lost 90 percent of her hair among other serious issues but with the use of nzyme products she had almost totally recovered.

I thought Dinovite then would make a great dietary supplement as I had tried it before, however, it failed the first time as well. I tried it again as I attributed the failure to the severity of my dog's condition.

So without totally researching the ingredients I began to add to her food. Within a month she was as bad as she had ever been. Losing hair, scratching, biting until bloody, goopy ears and the whole nine yards.

I researched the ingredients and sure enough, GROUND GRAIN SORGHUM is in the first bunch of ingredients. It is a nasty grain that is more than likely a GMO product as well.

I was so angry and I wrote the company but they refused to answer me or to post my review. I immediately took my dog off the junk and within two weeks she began recovering nicely.

Do not give this junk to your dog if they need to be totally grain free. The people at Dinovite who are "advisors" do not know their tail from a whole in the ground and really know nothing about fighting yeast.

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

Helpful Review? 23 People Have Voted

Posted on Jun 13, 2016

Nasty stuff

By Byron Bortis, Oregon, Verified Reviewer

My dogs will eat almost anything, but they won't eat this.

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

Helpful Review? 25 People Have Voted
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