Dr. Marty

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About Dr. Marty

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Dr. Marty makes and sells food, health supplements and treats for dogs and cats of any breed. Dr. Marty’s freeze-dried pet formula features whole foods and no artificial preservatives or additives, and its supplements can help with digestion, joint mobility, anxiety and other issues. The company was created by Dr. Martin Goldstein, a veterinarian with over 45 years of experience.

Pros

  • Available online and in-store
  • Foods are suitable for all breeds
  • 90-day money-back guarantee

Cons

  • Only makes foods for dogs and cats
  • Can initially cause digestive issues

Bottom Line

Dr. Marty’s pet food is additive-free, and its supplements can support your pet’s gut health, mobility and longevity. Just be aware that you may need to get your pet used to the product over time.

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What is Dr. Marty?

Dr. Marty offers food, treats and health supplements for cats and dogs. Dr. Marty’s pet food is freeze-dried raw, which means no important nutrients are lost from cooking at high temperatures.

Dr. Marty’s supplements are available in either chewable or powdered forms. These can help with your pet’s:

  • Gut health
  • Skin irritation from allergies
  • Hip and joint mobility
  • Immune system
  • Muscle loss
  • Anxiety

How does Dr. Marty work?

Dr. Marty’s products are available to purchase online or in-store. You can use Dr. Marty’s store locator to find your closest retailer.

Dr. Marty’s pet food can be ready to serve out of the bag, but the company recommends that you get your pet used to the new food by replacing portions of their regular food with Dr. Marty’s food over time. It’s also important to serve the recommended portion relevant to your pet’s weight and combine it with the recommended amount of water if your pet prefers wet food.

Some supplements also require time to introduce your pet to the formula. For example, Dr. Marty recommends starting with a small amount of Pro Power Plus formula and working up to a full serving over 10 days. Your pet may experience tummy trouble as bacteria is kicked out of their system, but this should only last two to three days. The cat version of this product, Feline Prime, also requires a transition period.

Be sure to read the instructions for each product label or download the product guide online from Dr. Marty’s website. If you don’t see an improvement in your pet’s health, you have 90 days to return the unused amounts of pet food or supplements. Consult with your vet if any problems persist.

Dr. Marty products

Dr. Marty costs

The cost of Dr. Marty’s products varies depending on the product in question and the quantity you buy. Here’s a quick breakdown of what you can expect to pay for Dr. Marty’s products when buying directly from the company at the time of publishing.

  • Nature’s Blend Essential Wellness Dog Food: $59.95 for one 16-ounce bag
  • Nature’s Feast Essential Wellness Cat Food: $59.95 for one 12-ounce bag
  • Shine & Luster: $64.95 for one 60-tablet bottle
  • Free & Active: $54.95 for one 30-tablet bottle
  • Alpha Guard: $69.95 for one 60-tablet bottle
  • Mobility Complete: $69.95 for one 60-tablet bottle
  • Calm & Serene: $69.95 for one 60-tablet bottle
  • Canine Renew: $69.95 for one 43-gram container
  • ProPower Plus: $69.95 for one 62-gram container
  • Feline Prime: $69.95 for one 30-gram container
  • Tilly’s Treasures: $16.95 for one 4-ounce package
  • Joey’s Favorite: $26.95 for one 4-ounce package
  • Red’s Rewards: $22.95 for one 4-ounce package
  • Squeeki’s Delights: $26.95 for one 4-ounce package
  • Topi’s Tasties: $24.95 for one 4-ounce package
  • Jasmine’s Gems: $17.95 for one 4-ounce package

Discounts and free shipping are available when you buy in bulk.

Dr. Marty FAQ

Is Dr. Marty pet food good?

Dr. Marty’s pet food features a nutrient-rich, freeze-dried formula, and it’s also tested by a third party to ensure it’s safe. However, different pets can have different nutritional needs, so it may be wise to consult your veterinarian for advice when changing your pet’s diet.

Where can I buy Dr. Marty’s dog food?

You can buy Dr. Marty’s dog food online or at retailers nationwide.

Is Dr. Marty really a veterinarian?

Dr. Martin Goldstein has garnered over 45 years of veterinary experience since he received his DVM degree from Cornell University in 1973. He has also written a book on animal healing and been a featured expert on several popular talk shows.

Does Dr. Marty have a return policy?

Dr. Marty does have a return policy. You can return products within 90 days of purchase to receive 100% of your money back.

Is Dr. Marty legit?

Dr. Marty is a legitimate company created by a veterinarian with over 45 years of experience. Its products can be a good option if your cat or dog struggles with energy, digestion, aching joints or skin irritation. However, you still should be ready for your pet to experience some digestive issues as you transition them to Dr. Marty’s food. If you’re not happy with the product you receive, Dr. Marty offers a 90-day money-back guarantee.

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