I have been using this kibble for 6 months for my Rottweiler who is dysplastic and he's been doing really well since the switch, no more acute arthrisis, and he loves the food. This is the only food that doesn't give him ear infections or diarrhea which he used to always get with hills J/D joint care which was a disaster. He had one ear infection after the other and his poos were very soft.
My mongrel has several irreparable injuries to his hip and we have to be careful to avoid weight gain. Milo is 4 years old, weighs a good 32kg and is roughly 50cm tall... We have been giving him this food for a month and both the vet and his physio found the composition good. He is pooing a little bit less, but he digests the food well and so far we haven't had any issues at all... we will see how we go
Our dog suffers from osteoarthritis and our vet recommended a specialised food. We have been using this one and so far we are very happy: he eats it happily and it agrees well with him. The vet checked the ingredients and composition and he liked the look of it. We will see if he starts getting better.
My Bernese mix is 12 years old and struggles with osteoarthritis and under the vet's orders I switched him over to a specialised food. It's been a month and a half that my darling has been eating this food and we haven't had any issues with digestion and he enjoys his daily bowl. It's still a bit early to tell how it has affected his illness but it hasn't been bad enough to make an emergency trip to the vet, here's hoping it will stay like that