I do have to admit that when those come through to my inbox saying “Hi Karen would you like to try …..”, it’s time to get my review head on and wait for the freebies to arrive in the post.
This time around they weren’t really for me, they were for my two dogs, Tyley and Dexter or as we now call them the @Terrible2Some
So upon arrival of a bag of Joint Treat Bones from VetVits, I got the boys to sit down and wait for one of these, rather fishy smelling treats. “Ok boys what do you think of them?”, as per usual the pair of them turned their noses up and decided they didn’t want them, but after a minute or so, they came back and picked them up to take them to their beds to eat.
Now my first thought when getting the bag of treats was that my dogs weren’t old enough for “Joint Care” treats, but when you think about it, dogs are very active and they do need to look after their joints, very much like we do, so as Tyley and Dexter are getting older, these should certainly help them.
It does say that the treats have a delicious taste for the dogs to enjoy, I would have to take their word for that But they do have all the nutrients that a healthy dog needs to stay fit and healthy as they get older.
Green-Lipped Mussel – The New Zealand green-lipped mussel has been claimed to have many benefits and provides a rich, natural source of glycoproteins, chondroitin, amino acids, vitamins and minerals
Salmon Oil – The all important, high-strength omega 3 fatty acids found within salmon oil contain DHA and EPA which can immediately be utilized by your pet’s body.
Calcium – to help maintain healthy bones
Antioxidant rich herb mix – including rose hip, blackcurrant, spinach, oregano and rosemary
So it’s over to Tyley and Dexter (@Terrible2Some) to tell you what they think of the @VetVits Joint Treat Bones!
Hi everyone Tyley and Dexter here taking over this little review to let you know our thoughts on the Joint Treat Bones our human-owner got for us to try.
Now we are very fussy dogs when it comes to food and most of the time we will turn our noses up at something new and though the fishy smell did put us off a little, it was too tempting not to give them a try in the end.
They were a little hard for little Toy Poodles like ourselves, but once we manage to crack through them we started to enjoy them and crunched away for a little while to get through the treats, they aren’t small at all. We can have one a day, which seems plenty for a little dog, but now we’ve got a taste for them, we love them.
It comes to something when the dogs take over my blog
Anywho, I’ve got my keyboard back from them One thing that may put you off the treats is the cost, they do seem a little expensive at £10.95 a bag for 90 treats, if you have a big dog then a bag won’t last long, but for little dogs like mine, it’s not so bad as they only have 1 per day so a bag would last around 3 months.
Overall, it’s a great way of treating your dog and also giving them the nutrients they need at the same time and it’s far less messy than trying to get them to take a cod liver oil capsule, like we used to do
So if you want you do to have healthy joints and stay active, while showing them some love with some treats, then these are great and I now Tyley and Dexter are grateful for the treats