After taking our Lizzie to our Vet for her yearly checkup he noticed that she was starting to develope some sight loss. He suggseted this product though he said he was skeptical of its value. He was right. Treated Lizzie for 60 days , no improvement at all. She is now sightless and learning , with our help and her furry sister and brother to cope, in fact she is doing quite well. My advice is accept the inevitable , do you best with your forever friend and don't waste your money on this product.
This was recommended by my vet, but unfortunately, my cat did not like the taste. Even mixed in with her wet food, she would not eat it.
I have been buying Ocu-Glo Vision Supplement (in gel form) for my small fur baby for a few years. It’s great and user friendly. Now this product is no longer available for small dogs. So I switched to the Ocu-Glo Vision Supplement in capsule form. My dog has a small mouth and it is hard to put the capsule in canned food and for her to swallow it. So I tried sprinkling the contents of the capsule on her food. I have never seen a dog react to a smell like my dog did. It stinks. I mean foul. She ran out of the room. I had to throw the food out. I would not recommend this product. I actually would give it no star if that option were available.
My dog refuses to eat this. It smells awful. She has skipped three meals so far. It might be a wonderful product. She just will not eat her food with it in it.
These capsules are great to put into my dog's food opposed to the chewables that my dog wouldn't eat any more!
I tried the product with dry food and sprinkled the Ocu-Glo he didn’t like it, but I didn’t give up I then added a spoonful of moist food then sprinkled the Ocu-Glo and he loved it. This product was recommended by his Vet.
My dog will lose her sight from retinol atrophy and this was suggested to possibly help slow the process down. I will do anything for my pet so I will continue using this. It does have a distinct odor and possibly taste which my pet detects when eating her food. There is no easy way to administer except to open the capsule and blend into her food.
My 6 year old, 10 lb., min pin has diabetes and developed cataracts quickly. Her opthomologists recommended Ocu-Glo starting before her surgery. Penny had her cataract surgery 6 weeks ago and went through it with flying colors. She can see again and I can tell she is so happy. I use the capsules and open and mix in with a half a box of the honest kitchen superfood pour overs to mask the taste. She loves it and licks the bowl clean. She is still on Ocu-Glo and because of all the vitamins in it I will continue to give her. The doctor was amazed how well she did and how clear and perfect her eyes are today.
Mac was diagnosed with diabetes in May. We just saw a canine ophthalmologist and he is starting to get cataracts. She recommended this product and we just started using it so it is too soon to tell if will help him. He did not like the powder sprinkled on his food. I felt like it was ruining his meals and I did not want to ruin something he (like most of us) enjoys so much -- eating! So now I coat the Ocu-Glo pill with a margarine or Crazy Richard's Peanut Butter (no sugar) and give it to him as a treat before his meal rather than opening it and sprinkling it on his food. I have to actually put the coated pill in his mouth or he will just lick off the coating if I offer it to him in my hand or put it in a dish. But if I coat it and put it in his mouth he swallows it because the coating sticks. He doesn't seem to mind and after he has swallowed it he can enjoy his dinner without any powder mixed in. Someone suggested mixing the powder with pumpkin and I might try that, but again prior to his regular meal rather than mixed in with his regular meal.
I find this product to work well when blended with kibble & wet food added. I don’t have to be concerned as to product leaking as has occurred with soft liquid filled capsules & having to wrap in wet food so my ChiChi will swallow