My dog won't eat this. I broke it in 4 pieces and wrapped each piece in a large pill pocket. He wouldn't eat it. Then I ground up some boiled chicken breast and rolled those pill pockets in the ground up chicken. He ate it once. The next time, he wouldn't touch it, even with the pill pocket coated in ground up chicken. And he takes other pills in the pill pockets, no problem! I will have to find something else. Expensive waste. Don't know if it helps, since I can't get it into him! Very disappointed. Certainly NOT easy to administer!
This brand is highly recommended by my longtime friend who is a vet. I started using the smaller pill form as my dog is a sheltie; I just disguise it and she takes it without any issue. I decided to get this version and did not read the reviews first, which I should have : ). The taste of this version is awful (I tasted it myself---YUK!!!) so I am giving the bottles (I bought 2, another mistake) to my vet friend and she can sell it to her clients if she wants. So make sure you get the smaller ones that you can disguise easily with a tad of peanut butter. Good product, lousy version! Woof!
I had heard that many dogs might not like the taste of these chewables, but because my dog needs them every day, it is hard to get him to eat the non-chewables even when I disguise them in treats. Unfortunately, my doggie did not like the chewables (even in treats) any better, and because they are larger, I am going to stick to the regular Denamarin pills.
Unfortunately the size of these tablets are much too large. My dogs refuse to eat the "chewable" tablets so I find it necessary to crush. Considering we're talking about animals here, one would think the manufacturer could develop SMALL tablets!!!
My pup won't eat these at all! They were out of stock so I bought capsules & pill pockets which was fine. Trying to save calories, I bought chewables, but they're unflavored, so she spits it right out. I've never bought a chewable dog tablet that didn't have SOME kind of flavoring so she'd eat it. I won't buy again.
I'm not commenting about its effectiveness--only the ease of administering to the dog. It's a large tablet that is called chewable but my dog has no interest in eating it. The result is I have to cut it in 4 pieces and wrap each in peanut butter.
Neither one of my dogs will eat this tablet. I've wrapped it up in roast beef and they still spit it out. On top of that it is way way too large!! Total waste of money!
My lab has been on Denamarin for years and has responded well to it. It is much easier to give her the chewable vs the other where I have to coat it with peanut butter. I am glad to see it back in stock since my vet said there isn't a suitable substitute for this product.
My vet recommended this product and Chewy's for a large dog. This dog has been getting Predisone for a few years and the liver enzymes are 'off' and he thought this product would help. You were very timely in mailing it out. Also, the ordering process was easy.
Got the chewable because I thought would be easier to administer. Nope! My dog refuses to eat these. The pills are huge and must taste terrible. He spits them out!