Ark Naturals, Sea "Mobility", Joint Rescue, Venison, 9 oz (255 g)
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Posted by Reviewer1704114 on Feb 28, 2009
Hulot our standard poodle (12yrs old) really likes these and they improve his ability to play like he used to when younger.
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Posted by Reviewer1605433 on Nov 30, 2009
This is a large bag! Although my dogs don't have health issues, I am very pleased to give them half a stick each (they weigh 20 lbs) as a treat each day. I see this as preventative - and I like the ingredients, quite pure and good quality.
Beware some of their other products - I think the chicken and maybe some of the others have wheat and sugarry stuff in it - not good for dogs.
My dog loved them
Posted by Reviewer2227569 on Apr 04, 2010
My very picky Yorkshire Terrier loved them -- I cut the strips in two (she's very small)and I like that the ingredients are from the US.
Ark Naturals, "Sea Mobility" Joint Rescue, Venison Jerky, 9 oz.
Posted by Reviewer2668958 on Jun 02, 2010
My three small dogs go nuts for these beneficial treats! Even my 15 year old Maltese who hardly even eats treats anymore loves these.
They uses to like the Zukes Joint Action treats, but these are now number 1. I really appreciate the great service and pricing from iHerb.com
I can see some improvement....
Posted by Reviewer1411888 on Oct 28, 2010
My 10 year old Sheperd loves them. But they only have 500mg of Glucosamine & 250mg of Condroitin in them. There is this other product from iHerb I am seriously considering instead. This one has 1.1 g of Glucosamine & 1.2 g of Condroitin in them. Thank you iHerb for the limet less information, you make available to us. I am able to research in dept on any health subject. This time, my best friend's health. My dog is very big & weighs 115 lb. He is in good health except for his hip's, which he is favoring lately. This product here is a definate "Yum" for him, but considering his size I find it more cost & health affective to change.