|Top Ingredients||Wheat Germ, Kaolin, Corn Syrup...||Wheat Germ, Kaolin, Corn Syrup...||Active Ingredients: Vitamin A, Thiamine (Vitamin B1), Riboflavin...||Dicalcium Phosphate, Cellulose, Molasses (Sucrose)...||Dicalcium Phosphate, Cellulose, Molasses (Sucrose)...|
|Breed Size||Extra Small Breeds, Small Breeds, Medium Breeds...||Extra Small Breeds, Small Breeds, Medium Breeds...||Extra Small Breeds, Small Breeds, Medium Breeds...||Extra Small Breeds, Small Breeds, Medium Breeds...||Extra Small Breeds, Small Breeds, Medium Breeds...|
|Health Feature||Skin & Coat Health, Vitamins & Minerals||Appetite Stimulation, Vitamins & Minerals||Appetite Stimulation, Vitamins & Minerals, Recovery||Vitamins & Minerals||Immune Support, Skin & Coat Health, Vitamins & Minerals|
|Lifestage||Puppy, Adult, Senior||Puppy, Adult, Senior||Puppy, Adult, Senior||Adult, Senior||Puppy, Adult, Senior|
|Special Diet||—||—||Human-Grade, Limited Ingredient Diet, Non-GMO||—||—|
Pet Tabs is helping heal our best working dog. After eating some unknown toxin last fall, her lush coat grew thin and coarse (among other things). Veterinarian prescribed Pet Tabs, and she gets an egg with breakfast. It's working so well that we've started her old daddy on Pet Tabs too. Here is Nova herding the neighbor's calves out of the barley field this morning. Our Australian Shepherds keep their tails. Her is less ratty now, thanks to Pet Tabs (and eggs).
I have a 16 yr old chihuahua mix that suffers from lung health issues, a collapsed trachea and a sensitive tummy. About three months ago, I randomly thought a multi vitamin would be a good idea as her digestive issues may be preventing her from absorbing nutrients. (The past 4-5 yrs she’s struggled with bad poopies and foods that she historically was able to eat she recently hasn’t been able to - until starting this vitamin!) I know this doesn’t make much sense, but she started this vitamin about three months ago and now has had absolutely no tummy issues! I can’t explain it, but these vitamins are such a game changer. They’re also super affordable. She loves the taste - they’re soft and easy to chew. Definitely recommend!
My family has been using this supplement with our dogs for over 50 years, but something is different now. Our show dogs always gobbled their pettabs like they were a treat. But my dog won't even taste one of this most recent bottle. She just sniffs it and walks away. I stopped feeding her meat, and only left kibble down for her (she hates kibble). After 2 days she finally choked down half a pill. Needless to say, I'm not going to force her like that again. This is the first time I've purchased these from Chewy, instead of from my vet. I'll be getting them from the vet from now on.
Two of my puppies absolutely love them. I think they’d eat the whole bottle if given the chance. The third ONE WON’T TOUCH THEM even if i grind it up in his food. So Two out of three Ain’t Bad!
I’ve used Pet Tabs for years and feel they provide a great supplement for dogs. I first started using them almost 40 years ago for an elderly Black Lab who was nearly crippled by arthritis. The change was so dramatic that a friend thought “Tony” had died and we’d gotten a new, younger dog. Now that I use it from the time my dogs are puppies I don’t see the same dramatic change but feel it helps to keep them healthy right from the start.
Both my dogs like the taste of these vitamins, and one of them is an extremely fussy eater, so I'm very happy with this purchase.
I would not buy this again. I used Pet Tabs years ago and they did a good job. Not so now. How can a 10 lb dog need 1/2 tablet and a 110 lb dog need 1 tablet? This does not make sense and is probably why they aren't helping.
Both of my fur babies LOVE their "treat" vitamin! We have had zero issues at all!
Sami's review in January looks like I could have written it. I have had 3 dogs over the last 40 years and they all lived over 13 1/2 years old. Pet Tabs are an excellent vitamin for your dog.
Wes is 16 years old and a picky eater. He loves to get his vitamin.