Review: For the Dogs


I received these products from to review.  My opinions are my own and I would not recommend anything I did not enjoy or believe in. 

I’ve told you about my dogs before.  They are so full of energy, love, and shenanigans!  They’re all getting older and have different needs now than when they were pups.  Oz is about 13 while Fred and Victor are each almost 11.  They’re eating senior formula dog food and we’ve cut all wheat and corn from their diets and give them carrots or fruit slices as treats.  They LOVE apple and banana slices.

Other than aging and occasional issues, they’re pretty healthy.  Fred has hip issues, though. She has days when she limps for a while after awakening and it lasts for a few days.  She’s a trooper, though, and doesn’t let the pain or stiffness keep her down.

My dogs do help me on my wellness journey.  Pets help keep my blood pressure down and occasionally join me on walks.  Boxer boy Victor knows when I’m dealing with high pain levels and stays by my side.

I’ve added two new products to their routine in the past two weeks and want to share about them.  Both were sent to me free of charge for review purposes.  Before agreeing to accept the products, I did a little research and decided to give them a shot.  These three are part of the family and I wouldn’t use just any old product on them.

dog joint stuff 2

Did you know that 25% of all dogs will develop joint mobility issues of some sort during their life?  I knew to keep my eyes open for the signs, but didn’t know that many could be effected.  TerraMax Pro’s Hip and Joint Supplement Formula could help. I take a glucosamine supplement myself and it seems to help, so giving one to the dogs makes sense. Hip and joint Supplement is an extra strength formula with 1600 mg Glucosamine, 1200 mg Chondroitin, MSM, and Hyaluronic Acid.  TerraMax Pro comes in liquid form and apparently tastes great because they inhale their breakfast and dinner every time.  It has a 4.7 of 5 star rating on

I’ve given the dogs a dose (two teaspoons each for their weights) at each meal for two weeks now. Fred was in the middle of a flare when she started it and is running around like her usual self. Her limp and the swelling are gone. Old Man Oz and Victor are each moving a little faster as well. I should have started them on it sooner.

I’m going to stick with this liquid formula because it seems to work well, worked quickly,
and they like it. Oz has a sensitive stomach and has had no problems with the addition to
his diet.

Get your bottle of TerraMax Pro’s made in the USA Hip and Joint Supplement for $39.97
With three dogs taking the highest dose, I haven’t put a dent in it yet.

dog tear stuff 2

Another new addition ot the canine care arsenal is vet-formulated Paw Choice Tear Stain Remover.  Poor Victor gets tear stains like mad.  Several breeds are prone to them, and my white Boxer boy is a textbook case. Baths and supplemental face washes are part of his routine. He know what a washcloth means and sometimes I think I’m hurting him when I wipe away those tears. I’ve tried specific dog shampoo formulas for white dogs in the past. While it made his coat glow, it didn’t seem to keep the tear stains away for long.

Paw Choice is a plant-derived formula with coconut that’s perfect on sensitive skin. My sweet boy didn’t wince when I washed his face. Tear Stain Remover seems to keep the stains from returning as quickly. It’s only been two weeks for us; I’ve heard from others that the stain prevention gets even better with multiple uses. I like what I’ve seen so far and will keep using it. My boy deserves the best and that includes a tear stain-free face to smooch.

Paw Choice is free from fragrance, parabens, alcohol, bleach, sulfates, phosphates, MEA, DEA, and Tylosin. Get your bottle from Amazon today for $18.95

You’ll see more of the dogs doing their dog things if they’ll pose for the camera or keep playing while I take a candid shot.  Until then, peace.

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