Another excuse to write about my precious little furry princesses? Yes please. We have a house full of interesting health issues with these three. The oldest dog (Cassie, 13 year old Rat Terrier) has joint problems from an injured back, is losing her vision, and is getting way up there in years. The middle dog (Angel, 8 year old Bichon Frise, Momma’s baby girl) has reoccurring bladder stones and allergies that make her beautiful fur fall out. The youngest dog (Pip, 4 year old Rat Terrier) has an extremely sensitive stomach and expels the contents of her stomach on a daily basis. We have expensive prescription food for them and have to watch them like hawks around people food, but we haven’t tried any kind of supplements yet.
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The two oldest dogs took to the NoviPet Multi Vitamin Chews right away. They’re Cassie approved and she finished it off quickly which is a wonder from the dog who takes a half hour to eat a Milkbone. The youngest dog who I hoped would be the one to enjoy the vitamin the most (since she loses a lot of the nutrition of her food) just didn’t seem very interested and played with it more than she ate it. Two out of three isn’t bad though!
My only real criticism with these are that the chews come in a one-size-fits-all kind of package. The awesome part is that if you keep the chews in the fridge, they pop right out nice and easy. It’s just not a good fit for families like ours however. There’s no option for small dogs so if you have a dog under 30 pounds, you’ll have to get out something sharp and split the chews since they’re only supposed to have a half chew per day. The packaging has each chew separated much like a pill pack for humans, but because it’s not resealable you’ll have to find somewhere to store that remaining half chew yourself. We just keep the extra in a plastic sandwich bag.
I won’t personally be purchasing another pack of these because I think they’re just not quite right for us, but I would love to pass them on to my mom for my big 120 pound furry friend living at home with them. If you have a larger dog, these would be a good thing to ask the vet about on your next visit.
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Author is not a veterinarian or nutritionist and this review is not to be considered medical advice. You should always contact your vet before starting any new supplement or food for your pets. This post may contain affiliate links.