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DYNE High Calorie Dog Supplement

$11.99
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16oz

$11.99

Oversold. Est. In Stock by 07/25/2018.

32oz

$18.29

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Gal

$48.39

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Product Summary:

Dyne® High Calorie Liquid Nutritional Supplement for Dogs & Puppies

Dyne for dogs provides a highly palatable source of vitamins and minerals and 29.1 calories per teaspoon for the health of your animal. It helps undernourished animals gain weight, encourages faster recovery from illness or malnutrition due to parasites, and improves appetite.

Features:

  • Helps improve coat luster and skin content
  • Very economical at about half the ounce per calorie of other brands
  • Helps animals recover from travel stress
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
16oz P00359 016 20510 020279205104
32oz P00359 032 20514 020279205142
Gal P00359 GAL 20526 020279205265

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Awesome for baby or convalescing animals.
We love to use Dyne for rescue baby pigs to get weight on fast and all animals love the taste of it, making it super easy to administer.
December 4, 2017
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9 months ago
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my puppy need to gain weights
Roeun C on Apr 8, 2018
my puppy need to gain weights
Roeun C on Apr 8, 2018
My dog needs to gain weight because megesophagus doesn’t allow full servings of food. Is there hi calorie dog food?
Luayne S on Apr 23, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hi there,

This is something to definitely discuss with your veterinarian. I know megaesophagus can be a rather difficult condition to manage.