My Service Dog, Gunny, at almost 11 years of age, is still going strong. I atttribute this to many things, but four key ones.
#1 Top quality food and regular visits to the Vet.
#2 Daily grooming including teeth brushing.
#3 His love of his job and the relaxed way he goes about it as though he was born to do it.
#4 But most of all a good joint supplement.
The problem with most joint supplements on the market is that I just never got the results that I really wanted. I did find a couple on the market that, while I got noticeable results, gave Gunny such bad gas that it would literally make my eyes water. Try traveling in a vehicle or sleeping with THAT! So I finally stopped using the one that was giving me noticable results and went back to the one that gave me partial results. I figured that partial results and no gas was better that good results and getting gassed.
Then along came “Flex Complete” by Barker Labs.
Now granted, this is a product that we do sell. BUT! I am not writing this from a salesman’s standpoint. I am writing this from a consumer’s standpoint.
Gunny is taking this now and is having great results. Not to mention the best part of all. No gas!
Now here’s the strange thing. Gunny does NOT have a sensitive stomach at all. As a matter of fact, he can pretty much eat anything. So the fact that these other supplements, which are as good as “Flex Complete”, were giving him gas, it kinda got me to thinking “What the heck is in those others that make him have gas?” And the more I pondered on that, the more I thought “Do I really WANT to know what was in there?”
I think I’ll just stick with this good quality supplement that does not have any ill effects.
And, by the way, I am also giving this to two of my other dogs. Once which DOES have a sensitive stomach and other that has food allergies. They are having no ill effects from Flew Complete either. It’s just an all around good supplement.
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