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Zesty Paws Mobility Bites Duck Flavored Soft Chews Joint Supplement for Dogs

Zesty Paws Mobility Bites Duck Flavored Soft Chews Joint Supplement for Dogs

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    Helps With Hips

    By Puglover on Dec 26, 2021

    Our 10 year old pug gets one of these a day. It is his treat after we put his eye drops in. He seems to love them, but he also is not super picky when it comes to food. If he can chew it, he will probably eat it. They seem to help relieve some pain in his back hips. The only issue we have had is the Our 10 year old pug gets one of these a day. It is his treat after we put his eye drops in. He seems to love them, but he also is not super picky when it comes to food. If he can chew it, he will probably eat it. They seem to help relieve some pain in his back hips. The only issue we have had is the size of the treats in the first can were not consistent. Some were pretty thin and others were super thick. This last can they were all the same size as you would expect. This is not a deal breaker for us though because we are about to order another can. … more

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    My dog doesn’t like them

    By katt on Dec 31, 2021

    I wanted my dog to love these because she could really use some mobility assistance! She’s 13 years old and I can tell stairs are getting to be more of a struggle for her. Unfortunately she doesn’t like them. She doesn’t want to receive them as a treat and if I hide it in her food she just spits out. I wanted my dog to love these because she could really use some mobility assistance! She’s 13 years old and I can tell stairs are getting to be more of a struggle for her. Unfortunately she doesn’t like them. She doesn’t want to receive them as a treat and if I hide it in her food she just spits out. Too bad. … more

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