|Top Ingredients||Active Ingredients: Glucosamine HCl, Methylsulfonylmethane, Alpha Linolenic Acid...||Active Ingredients: Glucosamine HCI (Shellfish), Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM), Chondroitin Sulfate (Porcine)...||Active Ingredients: Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM), Flaxseed Oil (55% Alpha Linnolenic Acid), Glucosamine HCI (shellfish)...||Active Ingredients: Glucosamine HCI (Shellfish Source), MethylSulfonylMethane (MSM), Creatine Monohydrate...||Active Ingredients: Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) (1000 Mg), Flaxseed Oil (55% Alpha Linolenic Acid) (500 Mg), Glucosamine HCI (Shellfish) (500 Mg)...|
|Breed Size||Extra Small Breeds, Small Breeds, Medium Breeds||Extra Small Breeds, Small Breeds, Medium Breeds...||Extra Small Breeds, Small Breeds, Medium Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds||Extra Small Breeds, Small Breeds, Medium Breeds...|
|Health Feature||Hip & Joint Support||Hip & Joint Support||Hip & Joint Support||Hip & Joint Support||Hip & Joint Support|
|Lifestage||Adult, Senior||Adult, Senior||Adult, Senior||Adult||Adult, Senior|
|Food Flavor||Unflavored||Beef||Unflavored||Fruits & Vegetables||Unflavored|
|Special Diet||Limited Ingredient Diet||—||—||—||—|
My dog refused to eat it regardless of how hard I tried to make it attractive and hid it inside treats. The taste is harsh. Had to return it.
These were recommended to me by my vet for my 14 y/o Jack Russell. He's been taking these twice daily for almost 2 weeks and I'm already seeing an improvement in his mobility; particularly taking the stairs and jumping up onto a chair. Prior to that he needed assistance.
My dog has bad hips at age 6. He will often carry one leg up when walking bc it hurts. This supplement has prevented that from occurring.
I'm not sure how good these are working but do know that we have to hide them in tasty food because our dog, who eats everything, does not like these. Bummed because I'd hoped they'd be a treat.
Our little 8yo chi-pin (Nugget) started developing arthritis last year & it came to a point when she squealed (it was ear-splitting) from being lifted & needed help getting up & down off the bed. Her vet recommended this product (pricey at office of course). She started taking it without any issues but then a couple days later, she was refusing to take it. I decided to add some peanut butter & called it a MediTreat lol. She takes it fuss free lol. This "treat" benefited her greatly, but I needed a more affordable price. I did some digging & decided Chewy had the best deal. Now, if only I can get her interested in playing with toys more than eating then she'd be much healthier lol.
Our vet recommended this supplement three years ago, for my 10 year-old maltipoo who has arthritis and pinched nerve issues. I give her one a day, and our whole family will say that she acts so much younger than before Phycox. Will she eat it by itself? No! It is "medicine." So, I break it in half and dip each piece in a small amount of peanut butter. This has become a bedtime treat, and she will sit by the cabinet at night to get her "peanut butter."
This has helped my 14 yr old maltese with his arthritis. I give him two/day.
Never have both my dogs refused to eat a cookie of any kind. They both drop these out of their mouths immediately and refuse to eat them. Amazing!
my dog has so many allergies its easier to list what he isnt allgergic to and these have not affected his allergies at all! he seems to be getting better on them but it has only been a month so will keep using.
I'm not sure how well these work because my dog won't eat them. They have a chocolatey smell. For some reason she doesn't like them at all so I will be donating to our shelter.