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#Frequently asked questions

Welcome to our FAQ page, your one-stop resource for answers to commonly asked questions about our products, services, and policies. Explore our curated list of FAQs to find quick solutions and valuable insights. Have a question not listed here? Feel free to reach out to our friendly support team for assistance.

Where are your products made?
We’re proud to say all of our products are made in the USA with domestically and globally sourced ingredients.
How long do orders take to ship?
All orders placed before noon are shipped on the same day, while all other orders will ship within 1 business day. Not to worry, we won’t keep you waiting!
How do I return an item?
If you’re not satisfied with your purchase, please email and our customer service will be happy to help.
Can I give Life4Legs supplements to a pregnant dog?
Our products haven’t been tested on pregnant or lactating dogs so we recommend speaking to your vet beforehand.
How does your warranty work?
We’re so sure you’ll love our products, we offer a 90-day money back guarantee on all our edible supplements. If after 90 days you’re not happy with your purchase, email Our customer service team is always on hand and happy to help. Click here for more info.
Do pets need multivitamins?
Multivitamins play a crucial role in ensuring that your pet's diet is well-rounded with essential vitamins and minerals. Traditional diets for pets, such as kibble, home-cooked meals, or raw diets, may sometimes lack certain nutrients. Our 12 in 1 Multivitamin is designed to address these nutritional gaps, ensuring that your pet receives all the necessary nutrients for their well-being.
How do I know if my pet needs a multivitamin?
Though particularly important for growing, aging and pregnant animals to help support their increased nutritional needs, our multivitamin helps ensure healthy adult pups are also getting all the nutrients they need to thrive. Unfortunately, nutritional deficiencies are more common than you think and can occur for a wide variety of reasons, even including your pet’s breed. Some signs to look out for include:
Dull or brittle coat
Flaky, dry skin
Hair loss
Lack of energy or unusual fatigue
Unexplained weight loss or weight gain
Digestive issues such as persisting diarrhea or constipation
Behavioral changes

Please note that these symptoms are also very common signs of other diseases or disorders. If your pet suffers from any of the symptoms above, it’s always best to speak to your vet.