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MVP muscle builder and Bully Max???

Discussion in 'Health & Nutrition' started by notepanop, Apr 20, 2011.

  1. notepanop

    notepanop Pup

    I am curious whether these products are good comparing to other ones out there. What do you guys use?
     
  2. bauer

    bauer Top Dog

    I here RF1 is one of the best...
     
  3. dutchy954

    dutchy954 Big Dog

    good kibble and handwalk a couple hours with some springpole every day... you dont need that crap
     
  4. teras

    teras Big Dog

    avoid stuff that have dextrose or maltodextrin in them...
     
  5. 6sN7s

    6sN7s Top Dog

    a total joke
     
  6. CrazyHorse

    CrazyHorse Big Dog

    Go down to your nearest GNC.
     
  7. notepanop

    notepanop Pup

    Thanks for the info.
     
  8. I was looking into rf1 recently.... im going to do some research
     
  9. Box Bulldog

    Box Bulldog Premium Member Premium Member

    I know a couple people that have used it and you will see results that's for sure. When my brother had his ground dogs on it (Lakeland terriers) they acted like they were on METH.
     
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  10. XLR8

    XLR8 Big Dog

    I’ve tried the bully max total health powder, which is basically a multivitamin which also contains joint support. I used this in conjunction with Gorilla Max, which ingredient wise is very similar to RF-1.
    These two supplements (in conjunction with a good feeding plan and exercise regimen) put the dog into a very good condition and he performed very well.
     
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  11. Bear83

    Bear83 Pup

    I’ve tried bully max and gorilla max before. Unfortunately I found it to be extremely expensive and didn’t do much of anything for my dogs. I gave up on supplements for the most part. (Nupro is decent. If your dog will eat it.) Currently feed my dog free range of royal canin kibble and supplement raw/cooked foods (heart,liver,gizzards, fat, lamb,beef,poultry, etc). Have better luck with keeping things simple. Dogs do better on it as well. Sport dog food (that’s the name of the brand) is good as well. (If your dog will eat it.)
     
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