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05-05-2014 01:16 PM
Wild Wolf I think the issue is product availability. Here in Canada we had a shortage in pet stores for months, I couldn't find it or order it from anywhere. One store got a few containers, but they sold out quickly and they couldn't get anymore back. Online prices are probably going up because of this shortage.. perhaps Solid Gold isn't making it anymore?

I used to rotate Solid Gold, Nupro Gold and Kelp with my dogs... due to the shortage I decided to craft my own supplement. Holistic Blend's Seagreens is a good replacement for Solid Gold is you need to switch.
05-05-2014 12:27 PM
Galathiel
Solid Gold Seameal

Does anyone else use this supplement? I've been using it for a long time with my pup, but noticed that it went up $7.00 this time to 21.95 for a lb container. Considering it was 14.95 the last time I ordered it, that's a HUGE jump. Does anyone have an alternative place to order it (I order it on Amazon usually)? Or an alternative to it that's very similar?

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