My dogs love these joint treats. I have been giving them to my dogs for several years now and they really do help. I have two Shih Tzu's and one is 13 yrs old., but she does not show it. I believe it is due to the joint treats.
These make great healthy treats and my dogs love them. I get the Joint Max for my lab's joint problems and it has really helped him. I bought these because now I can give something to our little Papillion so she won't feel left out. Now that she's 8 yrs old, it's not a bad idea for her to get this as a prevention anyway. And she loves it.
My four Pomeranian are getting older and are having joint problems. I started giving them a joint treat in the evening and noticed that they were on their best behavior knowing what they were about to get. They seem to love the taste and at the same time it's helping my dogs with their joints.
I bought these for my Corgi Eric who had very bad hips and lost control of his legs eventually. My CHUG (Chihuahua/Pug) got them just to keep him from meddling in Erics affairs and now demands them every morning even tho he's only 3. They worked great for my Corgi (seemed to give him more spunk) until he just couldn't hold himself up anymore. Now my CHUG gets them just because.
We received a sample of these treats with a shampoo order we had placed with Entirely Pets, so we ordered some. Our 12 yr old Cockapoo, "Mister", absolutely LOVES them. He acts like a puppy again. He is back to... jumping up on the bed (yeah...we're those kind of people, he sleeps with us) jumping up on the kitchen stool (to watch me fix meals so he can see if I happen to drop something... so he can scarf it up in a flash)...and jumping for joy when the kids come to visit. He knows where the Treats are kept and if he doesn't get "2" he'll sit and stare, and start to whine incessantly until he gets them (who said dogs can't count?). I would give these Treats two thumbs up! So would "Mister" if he had thumbs...
These are the best treats ever. They are soft enough to be easily pressed into the ends of a bone so it takes time for the dog to lick them out. Great for the problem dog who doesn't like taking pills...just press the pill into the treat and the dog gobbles it up. A treat that is low cal and actually healthy for your dog. Who could ask for more?