So when I first gave this to my cat, she would only eat it if it was cut up in her food. Now she just doesnt want to eat her food cause she knows its in it. Usually she never has problems eating her food but i guess she really doesnt like the taste. Highly recommend buying a small bag to see if youre cats like it. A lot of the reviews said their cats would vomit but my cat never had such problems. She just didnt like them.
She ate the first couple but won't touch them now so I'll stick with Dasuquin which she still picks at but eventually eats them and we were able to finish the bag. The low rating is strictly because my cat won't eat them and the bag will go to waste - it may be a good product but we'll never know.
We have an aging big gray tabby. Poor baby has "clicky" hips and is on a prescription diet (mild kidney disease) . He is fit and a finicky eater. My sister reccomend these and I have checked with my vet that they are ok. Not only does it entice him to eat (great flavor... we sprinkle it over his food) but it works! His hips are still sore at times but no more clicking! I have been amazed and grateful.
Suzette has bad rear structure, so this helps her move move freely without minimal pain Would recommend to friend with a suggestion to consult with their Vets for OK
My cat does not like this at all, and won't eat it. I'll have to try something else.
The first time I gave this treat to my cat, she *loved* it, but she vomited a few hours later. I wasn't sure if the treat and vomiting were connected, so I tried again a few days later, and again, she loved it, but vomited. I read around online and it seems like some cats just have sensitive stomachs when it comes to products like this. The company recommends giving it with food, but I was already doing that! So, we'll be searching around for another joint supplement that she tolerates better, but if your cat does tolerate this one, chances are they'll love to take it!
Our 1 year old cat had a growth plate injury. After 2 weeks cage rest per vet’s advice there was minimal improvement but there wasn’t much else that could be done. For months our active trouble making cat just laid around all the time. We could see his hips start sinking in due to muscle atrophy. I figured I’d take a chance on a joint supplement. It certainly wouldn’t make him worse. I’m stunned at the improvement! He’s much more active, back to running around and picking on our other animals. I did have trouble getting him to eat them after a couple of days. Now I just crumble a couple up and stir in a couple spoonfuls of canned cat food or tuna in with them. Well worth the extra step!
This was near impossible to assemble. It took one hour of attempts to finally get it to somewhat come together, and even still, fully assembled, it is totally unbalanced. One leg hovers off the ground and it won’t even out. If I had the energy to disassemble this I would return it in a heartbeat but I genuinely don’t know if I would be able to at this point. DO NOT BUY.
We ordered two of these. First one we could not get put together no matter how hard we tried!!! Moved on to the second one and while it was a bit annoying, got it put together with minimal fuss. I don’t if the first one’s material was cut too short or the holes weren’t drilled in the correct spot but we have tried everything to get it together!! The one that works is nice enough. My dogs like it, just wish they could each have one!!
I was worried my cat wouldn't eat these, because she can be really picky about treats. They are very stinky and she likes them. Honestly, I haven't seen any difference in her stiffness (she's 14), but it's only been a couple weeks. I've been giving her 1 twice a day. I'm hoping it builds up and begins to help her.