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EverPup Dog Supplement Review

Nutrition Reviews May 25, 2020
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EverPup Dog Supplement Review

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EverPup is a daily dog supplement specially formulated by veterinarian Demian Dressler, to support dogs from nose to tail. EverPup provides broad based support for all organs, cells and body processes while balancing holistic body health and living in our industrialized world for dogs. This supplement can help a healthy dog fend off  “invisible enemies” of our modern day living.

Quick Summary

“My dog did seem to show more energy after a few days on it and had improvements to his coat within a week”

How We Tested:

  • We purchased EverPup Dog Supplement to review
  • We spent a week testing it on our dogs
  • We did not receive this product in exchange for a favorable review and purchased it with our own money
EverPup Dog Supplement
Product
Overall Score
Pros
  • 100% human grade, quality ingredients
  • Veterinarian formulated dog health supplement
  • 100% Satisfaction Guarantee
Cons
  • May stick to bottom of the bowl
  • Small number of dogs refuse to eat it
Pros
  • 100% human grade, quality ingredients
  • Veterinarian formulated dog health supplement
  • 100% Satisfaction Guarantee
Cons
  • May stick to bottom of the bowl
  • Small number of dogs refuse to eat it
Ingredients
Pricing
Taste
Quality
Customer Reviews

About EverPup Dog Supplement

In 2012, EverPup Dog Supplement was designed by Dr. Demian Dressler who is co-author of the best-selling animal health book The Dog Cancer Survival Guide.

EverPup believes in a less is more, holistic approach to your dogs health and its proprietary blend is based on years of research. They prefer to eliminate the need to buy multiple pet supplements, and make dosages easier to determine, as well as help with pet owners concerns about over-supplementation.

Sourcing and Manufacturing

EverPup is made with 100 % human-grade ingredients, and never pet-grade supplements. They only source products from trustworthy and ethical suppliers, and each company must provide a Certificate of Analysis for every batch of raw ingredients.

Once received, further testing is done to make sure that there are no fillers or contaminants, and that there are no other safety issues.

EverPup is manufactured to human nutraceutical standards in labs approved and inspected by the FDA in the United States.

What Does EverPup Dog Supplement Offer?

EverPup is a blend of specially selected ingredients that work together to provide the best possible benefits for your dog.

It includes apoptogens, beta glucans, probiotics, prebiotics, antioxidants, and vitamins and minerals, meaning there is no need to purchase multiple dog supplements or multi-vitamins.

There are antioxidants to help quench the fire of free radicals while glucosamine supports joint health, and beta glucans aids the normal, super-vigorous immune system. Gingerols help keep the skin healthy, help soothe the stomach, and provide antioxidants.

There are also probiotics like Lactobacillus sporogenes, and prebiotics like inulin to aid intestinal health and support normal bowel movements.

EverPup’s ingredient formulation is carefully calculated, and each dosage consistently contains the amount of ingredients listed on the label, just like with human-grade nutraceuticals. These ingredients help support just about every system and organ in your dog’s body which includes:

  • skin and coat
  • kidneys
  • GI tract
  • metabolism
  • immune system
  • liver
  • joints

Analysis/Review of EverPup Dog Supplement

EverPup Dog Supplement

EverPup Dog Supplement Review

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Ingredients:

A proprietary blend [Spirulina (Spirulina pacifica), Inulin, lecithin powder (from Glycine max), Rutin (flowers) (from fava), gingerols (from Zingiber officinale root extract), silymarin (from Silybum marianum seed extract), Curcuminoids (from Curcuma longa root extract), beta-glucans (from Avena sativa), Luteolin (from Citrus sinensis)], Glucosamine (from shrimp and crab shell), Calcium carbonate and dicalcium phosphate (Calcium), Dicalcium phosphate (Phosphorus), Magnesium oxide (Magnesium), Lactobacillus sporogenes, Potassium citrate (Potassium), Zinc citrate (Zinc), Niacin, Ferrous fumarate (Iron), Copper citrate (Copper), D-calcium pantothenate (Pantothenic acid), Manganese sulfate (Manganese), Riboflavin, Thiamin mononitrate (Thiamin),Pyridoxine HCl (Vitamin B6), Cyanocobalamin (Vitamin B12), Retinyl palmitate (Vitamin A), Potassium iodide (Iodine), Folic acid (Folate), Selenium yeast (Selenium), Dl-alpha-tocopheryl acetate (Vitamin E), Cholecalciferol (Vitamin D), Flaxseed powder (from Linum usitatissimum), brewer’s yeast (from Saccharomyces cerevisiae), natural beef liver powder.


Let’s take a look at the top 6 ingredients in the EverPup Supplement.

  • Spirulina has immune-boosting abilities. It has been known to increase the production of antibodies and white blood cells, giving your dog the means to fight germs and prevent illness.
  • Inulin is a prebiotic fiber that contributes to good probiotic balance in the large intestine.
  • Lecithin powder enhances digestion of dietary fat, supports a healthier coat and, it sharpens the brain and lowers cholesterol.
  • Rutin has been known to improve the integrity of the vascular walls as well as stimulate protein breakdown.
  • Gingerols is traditionally used for digestive problems, like an upset stomach as well as for acid reflux.

Taste Test

EverPup Dog Supplement comes in a powder form that can be scooped into your dogs current food with the provided scoop. You also have the option of mixing it with water and making a gravy to pour over your dogs food.

It comes in a 6.35 ounce container with a screw off lid which keeps it sealed well. The smell is not offensive at all and has a sweet earthy smell in my opinion.

According to the directions dogs under 15 pounds should receive 1/2 a scoop and over 15 pounds a full scoop a day, added to their meals. My dog is over 15 pounds and was given a full scoop daily.

I initially began putting it on his kibble as a powder but noticed he snorted a lot while eating, probably because he was inhaling it. I then began mixing it with water and poured it over his kibble which he seemed to find much easier to ingest.

My dog ate the EverPup Supplement, on his food, with no complaints and even licked it off the top at times. He never seemed to notice it was there except for his snorting issue. I should add that if you do not make it into a gravy form to mix it with kibble, you may find it stuck at the bottom of your dogs bowl. I figured out when I make a gravy with it, it all gets licked up.

How Much Does EverPup Dog Supplement Cost?

EverPup Dog Supplement costs around $30 if you order from the EverPup website or Amazon. If you sign up for the EverPup club through the EverPup website, you will pay just $10 for your first order and pay $27.85 monthly after. This is a subscription service that will ship to you every 30 days.

Is EverPup Dog Supplement a Good Choice?

EverPup Dog Supplement seems like a good option for dogs who may need more than a vitamin supplement in their diet. Based on the reviews, there are many satisfied customers whose dogs suffering from cancer, deafness, blindness, skin issues and more, have benefited greatly from using EverPup Dog Supplement.

My dog did seem to show more energy after a few days on it and had improvements to his coat within a week. What I liked most is the fact they offer free shipping and a money back guarantee for any reason at all.

Where Can I buy EverPup Dog Supplement?

EverPup Dog Supplement can be purchased directly at EverPup.com. It is also available on Amazon.com, Healthypets.com and other online pet supply companies.

Amy

Amy Brown is a lifelong animal enthusiast who enjoys writing about dogs and rescuing them. She writes for various pet related websites, including her own, CatMania.net.
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