My package has arrived
My job for the next 6 Weeks is to Trial Pedigree Joint Care +
"Look at this George its got my name on the bag, Wow"
"Hang on George get your nose out, I'm the one doing the trial"
Right, first up let me tell you what I've got
Six weeks worth of Joint Care+
Some balls and a wanger
Back pack with my name on
Plus a video camera, this has to be returned at the end of the six weeks
Plus a letter, wait a minute while I check the small print!!
Yes its all OK I can do it
Now you might be thinking why does a pup of 14 months need joint care supplements.
It all started second week into my first season, I found my back legs were getting stiff after a had been sleeping. A got a check up with the vets and had to have an X-Ray he say’s I have Hip dysplasia in my left hip!
Me and Mom talked about it lots, I’m still growing, it could be other things that have contributed to my condition.
Playing to rough with George.
Or the time I swallowed Dads anti inflammatory tablets and me and George had to spend the night at the vets, it was me that had taken them as I had to go back in the next night!
The time my left foot got caught in the seat belt clip. (Mom thinks that’s where my problems started, even though it was months before, and I didn’t show any signs of being hurt)
Who knows but I have it and life goes on and I am going to live it to the full. Mom is careful I don’t over do things and get too tired.
Which brings me to the trial, after I had been signed off by the vet he said that swimming and taking Joint supplements could help, I had nothing to lose so I got booked into swimming lessons and Mom got me some “yumove” joint support tablets, which I have been taking until pedigree got in touch to tell us about Joint Care+
Mom had to check that is was OK for me to have these treat sticks as they are for older dogs
Hannah from Pedigree replied
"Joint Care+ may well be a more convenient way for her to get her supplement each day in order to look after her joints. Dogs over the age of 6 will be most suitable for the Joint Care+, but this is simply because they are getting older, slowing down, and their joints need extra care and attention. As Tess' joints already need this care and attention, there will be no problem with Tess taking part in the trial.
The sticks are also low calories and low fat - and we have created sticks which suit each dogs' size - rather than a 'one stick suits all'!"
Great, I get to have a treat stick instead of a tablet.
Mom has done a video of me and George on one of our morning walks, she may be OK at taking photos but has a lot to learn when it coming to video’s!!
When you upload to YouTube it says this video is shaky do you want to put it right, so she pressed the button to do this and it came out a bit funny!! I’ve told her not to go pressing that button again.
"Come on George fancy a game of ball"