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    So I was offered a free box of dog supplement called Bully Max, I hesitated b/c of the fact that it was free and I have never heard of it. Has anybody ever heard of it and/or used it. I Googled it to try and find the pros/cons of using it and it only brings me to a blog where someone says they used it but show the same picture of the dog on the website....
    The main reason I was offered it was b/c my APBT has dry skin ( I do the Oat shampoo, add Salmon oil every other day, & raw egg once every two weeks. I was just trying to find out if there was an alternative method in improving the health of his coat. I feed him raw chicken & steak. ) One a positive note, it claims to improve shine to the coat, immune system, metablism, and vision also builds muscles. I know the community on this forum has been dealing with bullies, APBTs, AMSTAF, etc so you guys always have some intelligence to shed on the topic. Thanks in advance.

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    What's in it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adivina View Post
    What's in it?

    Verbatim from the website itself


    Bully Max is for dogs 7 weeks of age and older.
    Recommended Usage: Dogs under 10 lbs. - 1/2 tablet daily; Dogs over 10 lbs. 1 to 2 tablets daily.
    For pregnant or nursing dogs; dogs over 10 lbs. - 2 tablets daily.

    This product is intended for intermittent or
    supplemental feeding only.
    (All values are minimum unless otherwise noted.)

    Ingredients: Dicalcium Phosphate, Maltodextrins, Dried
    Whey, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Non-Fat Dry Milk,
    Natural Flavoring, Montmorillonite Clay, Lecithin,
    Brewer’s Dried Yeast, Stearic Acid, Hydrogenated
    Cottonseed Oil, Magnesium Stearate, Ferrous Sulfate,
    Niacin Supplement, Beta Carotene, Vegetable Oil,
    Vitamin A Palmitate, Zinc Sulfate, Vitamin E
    Supplement, dl-Methionine, Riboflavin, Silica Aerogel,
    Thiamine Mononitrate, Vitamin D3 Supplement,
    Manganese Sulfate, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Copper
    Carbonate, Potassium Iodide, Cobalt Carbonate and
    Vitamin B12 Supplement.
    Guaranteed Analysis per 3 gram tablet: Min.
    Linoleic Acid (Omega 6)....................................(30 mg) 1%
    Calcium........................................... ............................3.3%
    Phosphorus........................................ .......................2.56%
    Potassium......................................... ....................0.0005%
    Iron.............................................. ................................1 mg
    Copper............................................ ......................0.050 mg
    Manganese......................................... ..................0.060 mg
    Zinc.............................................. .............................1.5 mg
    lodine............................................ ........................0.052 mg
    Vitamin A................................................. ..............1000 I.U.
    Vitamin D3................................................ ..............100 I.U.
    Vitamin E................................................. ...................2 I.U.
    Thiamine (Vitamin B1)..........................................0.819 mg
    Riboflavin (Vitamin B2)............................................... .1 mg
    Niacin............................................ ............................10 mg
    Pyridoxine (Vitamin B6)........................................0.082 mg
    Vitamin B12............................................... .........0.0002 mg
    *Cobalt........................................... .......................0.014 mg
    *Not recognized as an essential nutrient by the AAFCO
    Dog Food Nutrient Profiles.
    VITAMIN B1 (THIAMINE)
    Essential for normal functioning of the heart, nerves, muscles, skin and digestive system. Necessary for carbohydrate metabolism.
    AMINO ACIDS
    Necessary for the synthesis of body proteins and many other tissue constituents. Amino acids aid in building new muscle, bone and tendon cells; play a vital role in metabolism, stamina, and brain function; and enable vitamins and minerals to be properly absorbed and assimilated. There are approximately twenty-eight amino acids that combine in various ways to create hundreds of different types of proteins. Some amino acids enhance the immune system by stimulating the antioxidant activity of certain enzymes and can help prevent skin and coat problems. Others prevent premature aging, tumors, nerve disease and connective tissue disorders.
    VITAMIN B2 (RIBOFLAVIN)
    Necessary for carbohydrate-fat-protein metabolism, and antibody and red blood cell formation. Good for healthy eyes, skin, and coat.
    VITAMIN B3 (NIACIN)
    Promotes growth, proper functioning of the nervous system, maintenance of healthy skin, tongue, digestive system, and carbohydrate-fat-protein metabolism.
    VITAMIN B12
    Essential for normal formation of red blood cells, carbohydrate-fat-protein metabolism, and good appetite. B12 maintains fertility, promotes normal growth and development, and prevents nerve damage by maintaining the fatty sheaths that protect nerve endings.
    VITAMIN B6 (PYRIDOXINE)
    Necessary for carbohydrate-fat-protein metabolism, antibody and red blood cell formation, and aids in digestion. B6 also helps maintain balance of sodium and phosphorus.
    Calcium
    Over time, if not enough calcium is consumed; the body takes calcium from the bones to keep the heart and muscles working properly. This process will gradually weaken the bones until they break easily. (All oyster shell used in our product is farm-raised and tested for lead content.)
    PHOSPHORUS
    Works with calcium to build bones and teeth. Aids the body in the utilization of vitamins, and conversion of food to energy. Deficiencies of phosphorus can lead to loss of weight and appetite, irregular breathing, pyorrhea, fatigue and nervous disorders.
    POTASSIUM (CITRATE)
    Important for a healthy nervous system and regular heart rhythm. Helps prevent strokes, aids in proper muscle contraction, and works with sodium to control the body’s water balance. Potassium is important for chemical reactions within the cells, aids in maintaining stable blood pressure and proper transmission of electro-chemical impulses. It also regulates the transfer of nutrients through cell membranes. Signs of potassium deficiency include abnormally dry skin, weakness, paralysis, low blood pressure, and irregular heartbeat which can lead to cardiac arrest and death.
    IRON
    Necessary for hemoglobin and myoglobin (a type of hemoglobin found in muscle tissue). It is necessary for the oxygenation of red blood cells. Iron helps in protein metabolism and promotes growth. Iron is also necessary for energy production and a healthy immune system. Iron deficiency can cause weakness, anemia, digestive disturbances, fragile bones and hair loss.
    COPPER
    Aids in the formation of red blood cells, and works with Vitamin C to form elastin, an important protein that makes up bone, skin and connective tissue. It aids in the healing process and energy production. This mineral is needed for healthy nerves and joints. A sign of copper deficiency is osteoporosis.
    MANGANESE
    An enzyme activator that plays an important part in tissue respiration and carbohydrate and fat metabolism. Necessary for normal skeletal development and to maintain sex-hormone production. Manganese deficiency can lead to paralysis, convulsions, dizziness, deafness and blindness.
    ZINC
    Zinc is a component of almost one hundred enzymes involved in metabolic processes, most of which work with the red blood cells to move carbon dioxide from the tissue to the lungs. Zinc, functioning as an important antioxidant, promotes normal growth and development, aids in wound-healing, enhances cell division, repair and growth, and maintains normal levels of Vitamin A in the blood. It also helps to synthesize DNA and RNA. Zinc deficiencies have been linked to prostate hypertrophy, cancer, slow recovery from head injuries, diabetes, arthritis, and reduced immune system responses.
    VITAMIN A
    The precursor to Vitamin A becomes a powerful free radical scavenger in the body. Vitamin A is essential in skeletal growth, testicular and ovarian function, embryonic development, and differentiation of tissues. It is crucial for proper eye function and possible cataract reduction. Vitamin A is necessary for healthy skin and mucous membranes, the body’s first line of defense against invading microorganisms and toxins, and promotes the immune response. Beta-Carotene and Vitamin A destroy carcinogens (cancer-causing agents), guards against heart disease and stroke, and lowers cholesterol.
    Vitamin D3
    Vitamin D is important for all animals. The vitamin helps the intestines absorb calcium to regulate blood levels. Dogs are unable to synthesize vitamin D. For this reason, it's important that either vitamin D2 or vitamin D3 is introduced directly into the diet. If a dog has healthy kidneys, vitamin D2 will become D3.
    VITAMIN E
    An essential fat-soluble vitamin that includes eight naturally occurring compounds, and each of these compounds exhibit different biological activities. The most widely accepted biological function of Vitamin E is related to its antioxidant activities. Vitamin E is the most effective chain breaking lipid-soluble antioxidant in the biological membrane. It contributes to membrane activity, protecting critical cellular structures against damage from oxygen free radicals.
    We offer the best in Dog supplements and muscle building vitamins for pitbulls, bulldogs, english bulldogges, rottweilers, American bulldogs, German shepherds, American bullies, as well as all breeds of dogs. We also offer in depth dog health information, health supplement information, pet training for a healthy and happy pet, as well as info about vitamins and supplements. Our Multivitamin Supplement is one of the best on the market and we offer a money back guarantee. Try our multivitamin supplement for your dogs today.
    Benefits of using Bully Max:
    The benefits dogs can get from Bully Max is a better immune system (which means your dog will be safer from infections), an improved metabolism, and improved vision. Bully Max is also great for proper bone nourishment, strengthening tendons, building muscle, and over all growth.Note: Daily exercise will increase the benefits of Bully Max. Bully Max is also great for improving your dogs coat and leaving it with a nice and healthy shine.

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    Default Re: Bully Max?

    Holy $#@! they forgot the kitchen sink....you ever looked at Nupro? that's some pretty good stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fblb View Post
    Holy $#@! they forgot the kitchen sink....you ever looked at Nupro? that's some pretty good stuff.
    have good results? would u recommend during keeps or is it something that should be fed constantly?

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    I feed it year round.

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    i will second the virtues of Nupro

    to the OP- try the au natural route instead.
    stick to a normal feed, add an egg everyday or every other day, a dollop of yogurt, vitamin E and fish oil tablets.
    you might want to take the dog to the vet and have a skin scrape/allergy test done

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    Quote Originally Posted by rallyracer View Post
    i will second the virtues of Nupro

    to the OP- try the au natural route instead.
    stick to a normal feed, add an egg everyday or every other day, a dollop of yogurt, vitamin E and fish oil tablets.
    you might want to take the dog to the vet and have a skin scrape/allergy test done

    Thanks alot to all the comments, even thekitchen sink joke lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by rallyracer View Post
    i will second the virtues of Nupro

    to the OP- try the au natural route instead.
    stick to a normal feed, add an egg everyday or every other day, a dollop of yogurt, vitamin E and fish oil tablets.
    you might want to take the dog to the vet and have a skin scrape/allergy test done


    best advice

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