I’ve been trying to find a way to get my Pointer-Lab, Luna, excited to eat. I started thinking about adding a bit more flavor to her food and came across this product. Before, she would eat very slowly, lay by her bowl with a puppy dog face, or just straight up not eat. I thought it was the quality of food at first. I’ve used Purina ProPlan, Diamond Naturals, and she’s currently on Merrick. That wasn’t it. Was I feeding her too much & she really wasn’t hungry? That wasn’t it. Not enough attention or exercise? Nope. Started using this and we’re having no problem at all! She now gobbles her food and it makes me so happy that she enjoys eating finally! Since I’m adding it just for flavor, I mix 1/2 tablespoon with 8oz of water like it says & she gets about 2oz with each meal (2 meals a day). Her stools were a bit runny at first, as adding almost anything new to a dog’s diet will do, but after a few weeks she was back to normal.
My dog seems to really like this. I add a tbsp to his dinner kibble, with some water of course. It turns into a slop but he eats it right up. The smell is kinda weird but I guess it tastes good to dogs? It is a lot smaller than I thought, but not a big deal since it's not too expensive. As for the health benefits, I can't really comment on that part. My dog is a puppy so he is quite healthy no matter what. Hopefully long term this will be beneficial to him.
wanted to incorporate this into our daily feeding routine, however each time we added it after continues breaks i’ve noticed my dog has been getting hives all over and this is the only item that we’ve been adding. i would recommend product if it works for your animals with no reactions!
We tried this product in hopes it would help entice our Australian Cattle dog to once again eat his dry food. The instant result was him refusing to even approach his dish! The smell was enough to detour him! He didn't even want to lick the mixing spoon! After a few minutes, the result inside his dish, was a top layer of dry food, with a disgusting looking and smelling bottom layer of quasi-jellified, mustard yellow looking mush! Yuck! Ewe!...😝
So happy I bought this, out of all the bone broths I've tried my cats and dogs all seem to prefer this one plus you're getting so much in the container that it's going to last you a while. 1/2 of the powder mixed in 1 water bottle lasts me 2 weeks for my cats and 1 week for my dogs
My pets liked it enough but the added ingredient of Dried Parsley seemed unnecessary after i found out it can be toxic to pets in high doses. I use it sparingly, you may see some mild GI upset in your pet if the parsley doesn’t agree with them.
Great, heavenly flavored topper. Mixes to a nice soup/broth. I mixed with water (and other times broth) to make ice cubes in the summer time to help cool down. Absolutely loved them and super easy. Definitely recommend!
I poured this over some instinct raw toppers that she refused to eat but after I poured this bone broth over she ate it right up! She will slurp this up before eating her dinner now.
We have 3 elderly dogs in great condition because we watch their diets plus give them the little extras to enhance their meals as well as support their needs. My husband and I both take Turmeric, as part of our own daily routine, so adding this flavor enhancer, that would also be good for our "Pet Kids/Friends ages 12 to 14 respectively, was a no-brainer. Our 13 year old Miniature American Eskimo just had her Wellness Exam last week and, other than a couple teeth that need to go, he commented her muscle tone, skin and coat are in amazing condition and praised us for her care. THANKS CHEWY!!!
Nice idea but my dogs don’t seem to find this appealing. I bought to mix in with my puppy kibble to make it more appealing. But neither of my dogs were anymore interested in the kibble than they were without it. Just makes the food soggy and must be thrown away if not eaten immediately. My dogs both love wet food which i give them to supplement the kibble, so I thought this might work. I even offered to my parents for their two dogs, but they did not like it either. So out of 4 dogs, not a single taker. Curious.