Nutrition is important to us here at Winsome Aussie. Daily vitamins and wild Samon oil are just the beginning of the care that we provide in their daily routine. All our Aussies are fed a 5-star diet, because of this we require that all puppies be kept on one of the 5-star feeds that is recommended by Dog Food Advisors.
NuVet® has been making the finest nutritional pet supplements since 1997. Our mission is to provide your pet with products that are completely safe, nutrient-rich and formulated to strengthen the immune system and give your pet many healthy years of life.
We are proud to stand behind our products with a 60-day, 100% satisfaction guarantee!
If after trying the product you are not satisfied for any reason, follow the simple instructions below and we will give you your money back.
Should you desire to receive a refund, please contact us via phone or email to obtain a Return Authorization number. Along with the Return Authorization number, we require the original bottle(s), along with any unused portion of product, to be returned to our office within 60 days of purchase. Customers are responsible for all shipping costs.
Please note: Because your pet’s health is our main concern and our products are manufactured in an FDA-registered pharmaceutical laboratory, we do not re-sell the product once it has left our facility, even if the package remains unopened. Therefore, refund requests relating to repeat orders, including AutoShip orders not canceled prior to their scheduled shipment date, will be subject to a 20% destruction fee.
NEED TO KNOW ABOUT MULTI DRUG RESISITANCE (MDR1)
MDR1 is the abbreviated name of a gene called Multi-Drug Resistance 1. A mutation of this gene causes sensitivity to Ivermectin and a number of other drugs. Dogs with the mutation will react to those drugs. Whether a dog reacts depends on the dosage of the drug. A dog may not react to very low doses, as with the amount of Ivermectin found in heart worm products. Typical doses of a variety of medications will cause reactions in dogs with two copies of the mutation, but some drugs – most notably several chemotherapy agents – can cause reactions in dogs with only one. Dogs with this mutation have a transport defect—the drug goes into their brains, fails to be transported out, and builds up to toxic levels. This causes serious neurological problems including seizures and sometimes death.