I supplement with Missing Link. It's for overall immune health and helps keep Bella's seasonal allergies at bay as well as make both of the dogs' coats shine!
What are ingredients of that, i hear of it alot. Seems to work cause Bella and Remy have great coats!I supplement with Missing Link
Thanks! The ingredients are: Flax Seed, Blackstrap Molasses, Rice Bran, Primary Dried Yeast, Sunflower Seed, Freeze Dried Liver, Dehydrated Alfalfa, Dried Carrot, Freeze Dried Bone, Dried Fish Meal, Freeze Dried Oyster, Sprouted Green Barley, Dried Kelp, Lecithin, Garlic and Yucca Schidigera ExtractOrsonDogge said:What are ingredients of that, i hear of it alot. Seems to work cause Bella and Remy have great coats!I supplement with Missing Link
I feed Timberwolf, so I'm familiar with their other products. I'm happy with Missing Link now. I don't think my dogs' coats could be any shinier or their skin any healthier unless I put them on a raw diet...LOL! Thanks for the suggestion - I'll definitely keep it in mind!tgibson1 said:The second ingredient in missing link is molasses. All that supplies is a sugar for taste and palatability. If you want to try an excellent supplement, I recommend Timberwolf Wild Elements and their pharmaceutical grade Wild Salmon Oil. It really helps with the coat and general health. Go to the product page on the Timberwolf website to read about it.
It's just a really good overall supplement that is supposed to fill all the gaps in your dog's diet. I'm not really loyal to just Missing Link brand. I've used Wellness Super 5 supplements before when I found them on clearance. I had good results with that brand as well. The Timberwolf looks pretty good. I might give that a try next! :lol: Chico is on a prescription strength Missing Link that is only sold through vets. It's like twice the price. I'm not terribly happy with it, I think the regular version was just fine. I would like to find something without flaxseed because I have heard of a lot of dogs being sensitive to it. Dogs don't utilize omega 3's derived from plants that easily. Fish oil is much more beneficial to them.ak_platypus said:Someone was telling me about Missing Llink the other day, now I really want to try it. It is just a general supplement correct?
Someone once said that they sell it at petco/petsmartLeeann.Bella.Remy said:I buy mine from www.petvetdirect.com and have always been pleased with their service!
The only high prices I see are in packs of certain numbers. Like you can get a 10 pack of the 1lb bag for $95. If you just buy the individual bag it is like $6 or whatever. And noooooo need for the packs of them because since they are natural, they can go badsophiesmom said:I just went to the PetVet website. Missing Link is priced at 100 dollars for a supplement? Is that right??? That seems incredibly high, doesn't it? How long does it last? Are there cheaper versions that are just as good? That's more than the Evo dog food I buy Sophie.