|Top Ingredients||Cod Liver Oil, Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid), Algae (Dhagold)...||Active Ingredients: GLO Rx Proprietary Blend (Grape Seed Extract 95%, Lutein Extract 20%, Omega3 EPA/DHA 55%) 350 mg...||Inactive Ingredients: Beeswax (Yellow), Carob Extract, Corn Oil...||Active Ingredients: Cranberry Extract, Oregon Grape Root, Vitamin C (Calcium Ascorbate)...||Siberian Ginseng Root Extract, Bilberry Extract, Green Tea Extract...|
|Breed Size||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds...||All Breeds, Giant Breeds, Large Breeds...||All Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds...||Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, Small Breeds|
|Lifestage||Senior||Adult, Senior, Puppy||Puppy, Adult, Senior||Adult, Puppy, Kitten, Senior||Adult|
|Health Feature||Eye Care, Senior Care||Eye Care||Eye Care||Eye Care, Tear Stain removal||Ear Care|
|Food Flavor||Chicken, Poultry||Unflavored||Unflavored||Unflavored||Unflavored|
|Special Diet||Grain-Free, Indoor, No Corn No Wheat No Soy||—||—||—||—|
Dont waste your money. I waited until we finished the entire thing to write a review in the hopes I would see some benefit with this supplement like other reviews have stated. Recently, my dogs eyes began to get a little blue and cloudy. Unfortunately, there were zero improvements, not even the slightest. For the price of this supplement, its pretty disappointing. Additionally, from the very beginning my dog wouldnt even touch them (never had problems with other supplements). I tried everything and the only way I could get him to eat these was covering them in butter or whipped cream which obviously isnt good for him either. Hoping I can find something else that works..
Noticed my 12 year old Corgi mix rescue was having eye problems and that her eyes were starting to get cloudy. She was not herself, hesitant to jump up into her chair and spent most of her time on the floor. Started her on Vision Bites. In no time, she was seeing better and the cloudiness in her eyes was disappearing. 6 months later, the cloudiness is gone, and she back to being her old self again. So glad I found Vision Bites.
Gracie my minature dachshund 12 year old child LOVES these! They are her bedtime treat/vitamin! She does not even know they are vitamin! When you have a senior baby getting antioxidants into their diet is super important, her eye sight is pretty good too, I think it has been maintaining good eyesight for her as well! Love the heart shape too! Very amazing vitamin treats and she literally DROOLS for them!!!❤
It’s only been day 2 and Bear loves the treat. He is 15 years old mini poodle and he is becoming a picky eater so pretty happy thus far. I hope it helps his cloudy vision. We know that he can’t see from one eye and hope we can prolong his second eye.
My Ruger was diagnosed with PRA, Progressive Retinal Atrophy at 2 years old. For the last 3 years he’s loved these chews and I truly believe his disease progression was slowed giving him more time to transition to the ultimate fact he would be blind. Very treat motivated…chews were his morning treat. For a period, new jars he started to take reluctantly, then the next jar he just outright spit them out. While 100% guarantee is great, tried new shipments from Chewy & Zesty Paws…just disappointed that what was a great part of his PRA “therapy” and daily routine is no longer…something within the product has “changed” the appeal to my boy. Told by Zesty Paws there’s been no changes, however clearly my Ruger has a difference of opinion…he’s no longer a fan…it’s otherwise been a great treat therapy previously. Ruger is now an almost 6 year old Weimaraner living with seeing eye human mama.
I have two dogs and neither one will take a bite. I have tried given them half, smashing it, mix it with their food and will not take them. All they do is smell it
I have 2 seniors, 11 and 13 years old, I wanted to boost their vitamin intake and specifically for vision as one was just diagnosed with glaucoma. I had purchased this brand in the past and they ate their treat without hesitation, however, this time and the last time I ordered (different formulas) they have refused. I ordered 3 different formulas this time, the same as last time. Hopefully our local shelter's dogs will eat them.
Vet recommended eye supplements for our GSD. These seemed like a great fit but our pup won't eat them. Tried every which way, he's not having any of it. Also, be super careful when wearing light clothing! After many attempts to get him to take them, his slobber stained my white sweatshirt this dark orangey-red from the chew starting to break down. Was able to get it out with a stain stick but still, just something to be aware of. Super disappointed he won't eat them!
My 13yo 7lb Yorkie loves these. He doesn't have many teeth yet and these break apart easily for him to lick up pieces. It hasn't been long enough to tell if they help his eyes, but he loves them.
Well from July to September the same year here. What changed something did. And apparently nobody’s doing the research to check into it at the manufacturing and I would guess. But maybe if they get enough product returned then that’ll stop it.