For all other
species, consult Oxbow or your veterinarian.
Feeding a tablet guarantees that
pets receive the entire guaranteed amount of the supplement
necessary for optimum health. Supplements lose their potency when
added to water. Animals may refuse or reduce the amount of water
due to the taste of a water soluble supplement, which may lead to
other health problems as well. Feeding a tablet, on the other hand,
lets pet owners take the guesswork out of supplements.
Great for senior bunnies!
From Anonymous of Ojai, California on 8/5/2012.
My three senior bunnies, all over the age of 11 didn't like previous joint supplements I have tried before. They love their daily Joint Support "cookie". They all show improved flexiblity, are able to groom themselves more easily, and are more playful during their exercise time. I've been recommending . . .
Most of my bunnies love it : )
From Lisa Huck of Floral Park, New York on 6/14/2012.
Most of my bunnies(5 out of 6) look forward to getting these. It is too soon to know if it is helping their arthritis.
Worth trying for older bunnies!
From Kelly of Seaside, California on 4/30/2012.
I think it might be too soon to rate any joint support this might give my older girl (5+ years). It has been just under a month since I ordered these, and I give her one every day (the recommend dose for a 3lb rabbit). It does seem as though she is doing more binkies, but she could just be happy with . . .
Still trying it out
From Anonymous of Antelope, California on 4/23/2012.
I bought this for my rabbit as a preventive (why not). So far he loves to eat them and hopefully they help him down the road.
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