Doc Roys® Daily Care Feline

Doc Roy's DAILY CARE FELINE (60301-904)

Granules, 650gm

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Doc Roy's Daily Care
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Author:
Snowball
Location:
New Jersey
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The breeder of my two siberian kittens recommended this product. I put it on the dry food. They eat it with no problem. I like knowing that I am keeping them healthy. I would recommend this product.
Doc Roy's Daily Care Feline
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Author:
shirley o'brien
Location:
NJ
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Have been using this product for many years for 2 feral cats who are now in their teens. Believe this contributed to their longevity!
Doc Roy's Daily Care Feline
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Author:
Shar Pelzl
Location:
Texas
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We just started feeding Raw, some veterinarians suggest adding a supplement. Some of our kittens are headed to the show ring I did not want to take a chance of incomplete nutrition. Not one kittens has had any digestive issues, all are bright eyed and full of energy.

Great Product
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Author:
Michelle
Location:
Michigan
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My cats seem to love the taste of this product. It is easy to use, just give to the cats alone or it mixes well with wet food.
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