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i Love Dogs Vitamins and Supplements

Want to know more about i Love Dogs vitamins and supplements? You’ve come to the right place. Here are four articles about our line of vitamins and supplements guaranteed to help you pick the right vitamin or supplement for your dog. Green Tea i Love Dogs Green Tea is a powerful supplement speciffically formulated to […]


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Fight Canine Cancer with Reishi

A supplement containing reishi can effectively inhibit the growth of tumors and prevent the growth of secondary cancers.


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i Love Dogs Green Tea

i Love Dogs GREEN TEA is a premium, veterinarian-formulated supplement that enhances your dog’s overall health and provides added support for dogs that are under stress, overweight, chronically ill or undergoing ongoing medical treatment.


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March 28, 2012 By:
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i Love Dogs Signature Vitamins and Supplements

Do you want your dog to live a long, healthy life? The i Love Dogs, Inc. signature line of veterinarian-formulated vitamins and supplements treats your dog to optimum health.


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September 15, 2010 By:
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i Love Dogs MULTIVITAMIN with Green Tea & Reishi

i Love Dogs MULTIVITAMIN with Green Tea & Reishi is a premium, veterinarian-formulated supplement that promotes overall health at any stage of your dog’s life.


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March 28, 2010 By:
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i Love Dogs GLUCOSAMINE & CHONDROITIN with Green Tea & Reishi

i Love Dogs GLUCOSAMINE & CHONDROITIN with Green Tea & Reishi is a veterinarian-formulated supplement that supports joint function and cartilage health, and may reduce inflammation and relieve joint pain.


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i Love Dogs REISHI with Green Tea

i Love Dogs REISHI with Green Tea is a premium, veterinarian-formulated supplement that offers immunity support for aging dogs, as well as dogs with weak immune systems, chronic illness, or dogs that are subject to ongoing medical treatment.


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