Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Dr. Lyon's Support #Chewyinfluencer #ad

I received these products free of charge from Chewy.com in an exchange for my honest review.


Hear ye...hear ye...
We are here to spread the word................
Chewy.com is introducing a brandy new product..
Let me tell you.
Chewy.com has a pharmacy now.
They have 87 million products.

We especially like the Skin + Coat Support
Here is what Chewy had to say:

Description
Help support your dog’s skin and coat health with Dr. Lyon’s Skin & Coat Support Soft Chews. Guided by science and inspired by nature, they’re formulated with key nutrients chosen for their coat-enhancing properties including salmon oil, which is rich in omega-3, 6 and 9 fatty acids as well as EPA and DHA. This targeted blend of omegas helps maintain healthy skin and a lustrous coat, as well as promote normal shedding levels for dogs of all sizes and coat types. Plus, these soft chews are naturally flavored with cheese and liver so they’re a delicious treat you can give daily for skin and coat health maintenance.

Key Benefits
Formulated with salmon oil rich in omega-3 fatty acids, EPA and DHA, plus omega-6 and 9 fatty acids to help support skin and coat health.
Balanced blend of omegas is formulated to help maintain healthy skin and a lustrous coat, plus normal shedding levels in dogs of all coat types.
Naturally flavored with cheese and liver for a supplement dogs find rewarding; give them daily for skin and coat support.
Soft and chewy so they’re easy to give just like you would any treat, according to your dog’s age and weight.
Comes in a convenient container with an easy-to-open lid to preserve maximum freshness.

Some of Dr. Lyon's products:
Hip & Joint
Calming Aid
Liver Support
Probiotic
Dental Treats and more............

Thank you Chewy...we value your products and of course your outstanding customer service.
Cheers,
Lily and Edward




19 comments:

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  2. Sounds just the thingy to keep my Princess Furs just pawfect!
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  3. Hello my Darlin' Frenchies....
    OMCs what a great review so good this finicky kit kat could/would eat it.
    Yesterday was indeed busy...unexpectedly so. The peeps had a list of chores as long as all 4 of their arms to do yesterday but alas the best laid plans of men and mice ya da ya da ya da. Anyways they did them today.
    Hugs and kitty kisses Madi your bfff

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  4. Great review! We are getting ready to try their Calming Aid for Jakey!
    xoxo,
    Arty & Rosy

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  5. The Dr. Lyon's products seem like some very good aids for all of us. We had the liver supplement to review and Mom wants to try the calming aid for Lightning next.

    Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

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  6. OMD We are so excited you stopped by our blog.
    Mom thought you went undercover or G+
    Hope you are very safe from the wild fires over
    in the hills from you all. Hey pals hows the heat
    waves? Hope you get to the beach and cool off.
    ♥ Astro and Mitzie

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  7. sounds like good stuff
    hugs
    Hazel & Mabel

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  8. Sebastian and Norma Jean are both taking those because they're both itchy dogs. We hope they help.

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  9. We have used Dr. Lyon's supplements and Bentley loves them. I quit giving them to Pierre because of his tummy issues. We would definitely order more from Chewy!

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  10. We heard they have a pharmacy now too. What don't they have? Such a convenient place to shop.

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  11. We haven't heard of these supplements before but they sound great!

    P.S.: This is Ruby from The Daily Pip. We have changed our blog name to https://www.myrescuedlife.com

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  12. We hope those treats help your skin and coat stay healthy. You did a great review.

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  13. Useful review with detailed information. Formulated nutrients makes Dr. Lyon’s more attractive.I will buy it for my Cat. If anybody wants to buy scrabbler then see this link: https://www.pethomepet.com/dogs-clothes-jackets/page/8/

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  14. I hope you get to try all of those 87 million products! You do a great review, Edward! Happy Labor Day Weekend!

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  15. Ever heard of CBD oil for dogs? It helps calm and relax pets who suffer from stress, pain and/or behavioral issues. Here's an article from the High Times if you're interested: https://hightimes.com/sponsored/cbd-oil-for-dogs-the-ultimate-guide/

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  16. That's great. Hope those treats help you, by the way thanks for sharing this with us, stay healthy. pet products savings

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  17. Hi Lily & Edward!
    I'm Scooter and I live in Sarge's house. So wonderful to meet you both. Oh, I sometimes get the itchies, so I gotta try some of that stuff. I better bark it out to Mom.
    Scooter

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