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Vetsense NutriLYTE 4 in 1
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Too early for a rating of this product,have only used for a short time so far,thus far haven’t seen any dramatic results
I give 1 flexibite as a small treat as my two dogs go to bed at night. It's not the recommended full dose, but as they already get a little fish oil and nutrient dense food, it is one extra small, tasty, healthy input to supplement their joint health. One dog is a 15 year old CavalierxJapanese Chin - with NO joint problems and a very minor heart murmur. The other is a very active 13 1/2 yo JRTx who has done two anterior cruciate ligaments in her life and self healed them both with rest, gently supervised exercise and good diet. She has very little arthritis. These two descriptions say it all. Good balanced diet. Dense in Omega3 and nutritional treats.
My Havanese has luxating patellas and Flexi-Bites were recommended by my groomer. She's been getting 2 bites at bedtime as a "treat" for over 2 years now and has definitely shown improvement. Will continue to use.
My german shepherd is a fussy eater and normally I have to mix the Sasha's Blend powder with other wet food for her to eat it. These flexi bites she ate with her regular kibble and did not notice it.
I started off using the powder version of this which worked really well to fix a low grade joint problem with my beagle. However I found the powder to be a little messy to administer as it needs to go with some sort of wet food, and tricky to measure out the exact correct dose. These bites though are far better as I just give the dog a set number of bites, she thinks they are a treat, and they seem to be just as effective.