I have been giving my Lil Bear Nutra Thrive for 2 months. At first she would not touch her food. So I mixed in boiled hamburger for a bit but still was fussy. I cut back on the recommended dose, put less instead of trying to put it all in at once, I feed her twice a day. So for her weight is 1 and a half scoops. No way she will eat that so I do half a scoop each meal and add hamburger boiled then top it off with a little raw steak bits and she devours it in mins wanting more. Her coat still has bald spots from alopecia, only melatonin can help that, but she had pancreatitis and was always sick before Nutra Thrive. Now her stomach seems to be good. Normal stools, not all runny like before. But she still eats grass and always wants belly rubs, I know it is working, I just don't know how well yet.
I also gave my sister's French bulldog it for 4 days, he had bad breath and was stinky and within 4 days the bad breath was gone and he did not stink of cheese anymore. I do recommend this product but if your dog is a fussy eater you will have to find a way to get him or her to eat it like I did. If I don't add the hamburger she will not touch the kibble with Nutria Thrive alone but my sister's dog did, but he eats everything and anything. Hope all who try get great results, so far Lil Bear has. Thank you Nutra Thrive.
Length of Use: Less than 3 months
Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Pros and Cons
It helped my Lil Bear's pancreatitis and she now has less stomach problems
She is more playful
Her hair is starting to grow back, I think adding the melatonin to Nutra Thrive my digs coat will be back to normal in no time
At first my dog refused to eat it
Smells yucky and dogs do notice