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Meet Ella



This is Ella! She is our pet cocker spaniel and Bentley's partner in crime. She also belongs to the youngest member of our human family, Madison but don't let that sweet little face fool you. She can be just as mischievous as Bentley and Madison combined. I remember it like it was yesterday, heading to Kansas City, Missouri to pick up this tiny little girl to bring her home to meet our family. Ella was the smallest of her siblings and what is considered the runt of the litter but to us she was also the cutest of them all. She was so tiny that she fit in the palm of your hands that easily. Now I only feed the best to my pets just I do with my human family, and just like I give my human family vitamins that they may be lacking so that they can grow healthy and strong, I do the same for my animal family as well. After all they are family. So what did I decide to give Ella so that she could grow up as big and strong as Bentley and Madison is? I decided that we were going to give her Dr. Harvey's Formative Years Herbal Supplement for Puppies.


As you can see the Dr Harveys Formative Years Herbal Supplement for Puppies is a powdered supplement and it's recommended for puppies and young dogs from weaning to 18 months of age. Ella will be 3 months soon so she still has a long way to go. This herbal supplement helps provide vitamins and minerals that when added to her diet can help her during the months she needs it most.


When I first opened the can my first thought was "catnip" because of the green color. I smelled it and the scent if very mild but you can smell the herbs that are in it. A few of them you may even use in your own food. It does come with an included scoop and according to the container, you have approximately 88 scoops based on the weight of your puppy. The ingredients are as follows:
Spirulina, Lecithin, Nutritional Yeast, Garlic, Flax Seed Meal, Alfalfa Leaf, Kelp, Oaststraw, Fennel Seed, Marigold Flowers, Chamomile Flowers, Dandelion Root, Red Clover Blossoms, Yellow Dock Root, Fenugreek Seed, Celery Seed.

One thing to note about Dr. Harvey's Formative Years Supplement for puppies is that it contains no preservatives, no dyes or synthetic ingredients, no salt, sugar, wheat or corn and is cruelty free. Just plain old goodness.


We have been feeding this to Ella and Bentley in both their wet and dry food and I can certainly see a huge difference since we've gotten her. She currently only need 1 scoop because of her weight but she has gotten a lot bigger to begin with, and might have even surpassed her siblings if I could see them again. She has a lot of energy and loves to run around outdoors and her coat just simply shines.


I attribute all this to using Dr. Harvey's Formative Years Herbal Supplement for Puppies. I don't know what I would have done without it. So if you're looking for a supplement for your own puppies, one that doesn't contain any synthetic ingredients and is just plain old good for them, I would suggest getting this. It sure does get Bentley and Ella's Paws Up!

Let's discuss: Do you give your fur babies vitamins and supplements? 


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Annmarie John
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  1. Ella is so cute. I have always wanted a cocker spaniel, but I need to have a super small dog because of the size of my house.

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  2. They are so Cute!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Hubby's side has a dog, but I don't thing they give it vitamins due to how outrageously picky he is with anything!

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  3. I have never thought about giving my dog supplements. I figured that their food would have all they need. Maybe I need to check and see what is really in the dog food to see what we really need. That pup is ADORABLE!

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  4. OMG, she is so cute! I can't even with that face. I've never thought about supplements before. Thank you for sharing this.

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  5. Ella is so beautiful, she looks a lot like my thinkerbell :D I have to check those supplements out for her :)

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  6. Oh my goodness, Ella is the cutest little thing ever. We do give our cats vitamins and supplements. Wo do not have any cute little puppies, though. =(

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  7. Oh she's adorable. This sounds like a healthy supplement for her. It's sounds easy to add to any meal!

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  8. oh my gosh Ella is just so sweet! I love her innocent face. I've never seen supplements like this before. Definitely reminds me of CatNip too. I hope you see it benefiting Ella.

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  9. She is such a beautiful puppy! I love her little face! Giving her supplements is a great idea since she was so small! I am sure that they are helping her to be big and strong!

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  10. Ella is so beautiful. I love that they are coming up with so many options for our pets to stay healthy.

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  11. Such cute puppies. It is good to see a supplement for pets that is not loaded with preservatives or icky things. Sounds like a great way to keep your pets healthy.

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  12. I will ask our vet about giving supplements to our fur-baby. I always believe that as long as they are eating well, they'd be fine. Thanks for this eye-opener.

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  13. Ella is absolutely adorable! I'll have to check out that supplement. Like us, our pets need supplements too!

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  14. What adorable puppies! We are actually considering giving our fur babies food supps. I will check this out.

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  15. Ella is adorable!! I have never given my dog any supplements before but this sounds like something I need to look into.

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  16. Such a cutie Ella! Even is she's a mischievous kind of pet, she sure is adorable. I could hug her forever if she's my pet.

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  17. Ella is so cute. That is the kind of dog that my son would love to have, I believe. We don't have dogs, but we're planning to get our son one soon.

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  18. Oh my goodness, Ella is precious! I wish we were able to have a puppy. We rent so, no.

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  19. She's so cute! Aggghh! I want one.
    I have definitely given supplements to my dogs. Generally older dogs, but maybe I need to think about Athena!

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  20. What a cutie! This is interesting! I have dogs and have never heard of an herbal supplement for dogs!

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  21. Omg cutest fur baby ever!!!! We don't have a dog but my daughter has been asking for one ever since she realized a doggie is something you can ask for lol...

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  22. Wow, so cute. I always wanted a white dog... got a black one. Lol. I never thought of doing this. Thanks so much for sharing; I'm definitely going to consider this.

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  23. We haven't tried giving our dogs any supplement, this is my first time hearing about a herbal supplement.

    I love your fur babies names, Ella and Bentley, they are so cute.

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  24. Ella is adorable, my daughter keeps asking for a dog but our life is far to busy.

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  25. Oh my word, she is absolutely precious!!! I need to check that supplement out for sure!

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  26. Oh wow Bella and Bentley are the cutest! I never even knew you could give dogs supplement!

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  27. Oh my word, both your fur babies are soo cute! Thanks for sharing. I will have to let my doggie owner friends know about this product.

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  28. Aw, Ella is beautiful! I currently don't give my dog vitamins, but I'll have to look into this brand for sure.

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  29. She is so adorable and I love her color. This seems like a great product for little fur babies. I have actually never thought to give my dogs vitamins before but now it is something I will tell others for sure. I will have to check these out.

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  30. I love the matching neckerchiefs. :) I think the herbs are a great idea for their diets!

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  31. Awwww can I get Ella's twin? She is adorable. I so want to one but my husband isn't sure yet.

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  32. Both Ella and Bentley are very cute. We love dogs and have had them in our home forever.

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  33. Oh how cute! So adorable. We don't do any supplements but I guess I should check with my vet about that. Couldn't hurt! - Jeanine

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  34. Ella is just too adorable! Love that there is nutrition out there for puppies as we usually see so much for older dogs.

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  35. What a cutie! Nice to meet Ella! We haven't tried supplements!

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  36. How awesome is that! I love the fact that someone created a supplement for puppies! I will keep that in mind for my next pup!

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