The Article on Willard Water Published by the Whole Dog Journal

Whole Dog Journal is a revered publication by its readers. It does not accept advertising, nor solicitations of stories. Therefore it has no bias or vested interest in the articles it runs. The article was written by C. J. Puotinen, an extremely well respected natural health writer for both human and animal health.

Product Name Clarification: the article's reference to the Dark XLR-8 PLUS version of Dr. Willard's Water refers to the version which is now simply called the ULTIMATE Dark, or just the ULTIMATE. Also the photo of the bottles of Willard's Water in the article is of an older bottle design. The bottles look different now but contain the same genuine Willard's Water!

To read the Whole Dog Journal's article on Dr. Willard's Water Click Here

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