|Top Ingredients||Active Ingredients: Glucosamine HCl (Shellfish), Methylsulfonylmethane (OptiMSM®), Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid)...||Active Ingredients: Glucosamine HCl (Shellfish), Green Lipped Mussel (Perna canaliculus), Methylsulfonylmethane (OptiMSM®)...||Active Ingredients: Glucosamine HCl (Shellfish), Hemp Seed Powder, Methylsulfonylmethane (OptiMSM®)...||Inactive Ingredients: Carrot, Coconut Flour, Coconut Glycerin...||Active Ingredients: Glucosamine HCL, OptiMSM (Methylsulfonylmethane), Qmin Curcumin (Curcuma Longa) Rhizome Extract...|
|Breed Size||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds...||All Breeds, Extra Small Breeds, Small Breeds...||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds...||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds...||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds...|
|Lifestage||Adult, Senior||Adult, Puppy, Senior||Adult, Puppy, Senior||Adult, Puppy||Senior|
|Health Feature||Hip & Joint Support||Hip & Joint Support||Hip & Joint Support||Hip & Joint Support||Hip & Joint Support|
|Food Flavor||Duck, Poultry||Chicken, Poultry||Chicken, Poultry||Duck, Poultry||Chicken, Poultry|
Just received my first autoship of this for my 12year old Black Lab. The package looked too small to hold 90 treats and my OCD kicked in. I counted total of 82 treats instead of the listed 90. While this isn't a big deal, I think it is misleading. I will start giving these to my pup and write back on his health.
I bought these for a senior dog who we just adopted, and planned to start giving them to our other 2 seniors as well. My dogs are NOT picky eaters, and will eat anything you put in front of them… I first offered these as a treat, and none of them would accept them. We then tried adding them to their dinner, and even put “gravy” broth on top. All 3 picked them out and spit them on the floor. They’re super crumbly, so I thought I’d just crumble them and mix them in with the kibble and broth- they smell like a meat flavored treat! I ended up wasting all of their dinners and having to make new servings. None of them would eat their food! I’ve never seen anything like it- my dogs eat plain pills in their food- they don’t even taste their kibble normally. Even my little special needs dog who inhales anything remotely edible wouldn’t even taste the crumbles. One tiny lick and she shook her head and spit the crumb out. I’m super bummed, was hoping these might be a good, quick option for a nutrition boost. Definite NO for our pack. Not sure if it’s a bad batch, or if they just don’t like something in them, but I’ve never seen anything like it with our dogs. We wasted 12 cups of food and a bunch of these supplements tonight.
These little bites have seemed to make a huge difference in the how my 10 year old chihuahua moves. He seems a bit more active and his arthritis is not as bad as before.
Still have not found a supplement that works like advertised. Need to see improvement with the first container to get me to purchase a second container. These supplements are not cheap. Need to see something that shows its working and I would buy again.
I can honestly say I did not see improvement in my dogs movement while on this product. I have decided to try something else
I have tried a couple of mobility chews for my 10 year old mastiff, but with these I have to put them in cheese for him.
Bought this to try on my corgi and he enjoys everything. But it made him so itchy after a week on it. I stopped it and he stopped itching and licking. I tested it out again gave him some for a couple days and he started to itch and scratch. Switched to a new brand. My friend has a corgi that is able to take this down so I def recommend but also keep an eye out for any reactions that’s all.
For some reason my picky dog enjoys these and my hungry one doesnt seem to want to eat them after sniffing them
Our unexpectedly large rescue puppy started limping in the front legs at 8 months. A couple of vet bills later and it's tentatively diagnosed as growing pains that will stop when he's done growing. In the meantime, the vet suggested a joint supplement to support the joints (the limp seemed to be coming from the shoulders of all places). I can't say that they're working a miracle as the limp comes and goes with growth spurts, but it's not causing harm and he likes the extra treat with his meals.
My older dog refused to eat traditional cosaquin/dasaquin chews but this product and their flavors really suits him! I add them to his meals or give them as one-off treats.