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Founded in 2014 and based in Maryland, RestoraPet is a pet supplement company that aims to fight aging in your pet through the use of antioxidants. While all products are organic and made in the United States, the company sells its supplements in more than 100 countries worldwide.


The Good

  • Product Options
  • Business Growth

Product Options

RestoraPet has a few supplement options:

  • RestoraPet Original
  • RestoraPet Hemp
  • RestoraPet for Horses

RestoraPet’s site notes that the key ingredients are tested and non-toxic. The products are organic, Kosher, and non-GMO. These are the key ingredients of the original RestoraPet:

  • Vitalitrol
  • Vitamin E
  • CoQ10
  • Linoleic acid
  • Lutein
  • Zeaxanthin

Pet owners are advised to sprinkle the supplement over pet food in the recommended dosage amount for the animal’s size. Purported benefits of RestoraPet include boosted energy, improved mobility, and better skin and coat health.

Business Growth

RestoraPet seems to be a thriving company, as it has thousands of regular customers and annual revenue in the millions.

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The Bad

  • Limited Reputation Information
  • Pricing
  • Supplement Limitations

Limited Reputation Information

Besides Amazon reviews and articles from reputable news sources about the company, RestoraPet has a smaller online reputation than many competitors. RestoraPet does have active social accounts and the company features reviews on its own domain. 
However, as RestoraPet gathers more reviews across more channels, customers will be able to better understand whether its products are right for their pets.


Some customers have complained about RestoraPet’s pricing. 

The original RestoraPet is $39.95 for a 6-ounce bottle, and $29.95 with a monthly or bimonthly subscription. RestoraPet Hemp is $89.95 for a 6-ounce bottle, and RestoraPet for horses is $129.95 for an 8-ounce bottle. Many human supplements can be this costly, so the pricing may not surprise some buyers.

Supplement Limitations

Many veterinary experts recommend that you give your pet nutrients through their diet and only use supplements as approved by a veterinarian. RestoraPet could improve its service by offering more vet-backed opinions on its products and publicizing these veterinary recommendations.


The Bottom Line

RestoraPet is clearly rising in popularity with thousands of supportive customers. Its monthly and bimonthly subscription model makes its products more affordable and accessible.

However, supplements are difficult to recommend without a veterinarian’s approval. Talk to your pet’s vet about whether RestoraPet would be a good pet supplement to use on your animal.

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Dana Fenton, MO

This supplement made my dog sick to her stomach every time I tried to give it to her. I tried 3 different times, putting it on her food. First she didn't really want to eat the food and second she would mope around the house and have no energy afterwards. She would just lay down as though she didn't feel well. And furthermore, the company would not give me a refund because it was more than 30 days, even though the supplement clearly made her sick. I wouldn't use this stuff if they gave it away for free!

6 months ago

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