Hi and welcome back to week two of my trial for Joint Care+
"George, do you mind stepping back while I do my report"
Its OK he's sitting right next to me.
This week I said I would tell you what's in the treat sticks that are so good for your joints
Oh look there's a dog inside the leaflet.
I got side tracked, are you paying attention?
I'm reading as it is in the leaflet.
Glucosamine is an essential building block of healthy joints. Ours is naturally derived from shrimp shells. A steady supply of glucosamine helps the body regenerate joint tissue, especially the cartilage which cushions joints. As such, it has a supporting role to play in maintaining the condition of healthy joints and in helping to deal with normal wear and tear.
Omega 3 from fish oils, is recognised for its role in helping to promote natural suppleness and flexibility. It can also help to ease stiffness in joints.
Green Lipped Mussel Powder from New Zealand is a rich source of chondroitin, an important component in building healthy joints. The powder also contains unique fatty acids that help to ease joint stiffness and works as an antioxident to help deal with free radicals
Methionine is an amino acid used by the body to support your dog's own natural processes for dealing with joint stiffness. A steady supply of this nutrient is important for dogs who are showing signs of joint wear and tear.
Micronutrients in Pedigree Joint Care+ include a number of additional vitamins and minerals with anti-oxidant properties
One a day is all it takes
I hope you have all learned something today
Pedigree asked me what do I do to get my joint care treat.
Well I'm only 14 months old and not into tricks, but Mom makes me sit and wait!!!
Mom didn't say OK, so I had to start again
Its not fair, I'm going to go for it
Well done Pedigree for making a tasty treat that does you good,
I love them, are you sure it's only one a day?
My condition will never go, but with the help of supplements it will help my joints.
Two weeks is still a little early to say we have noticed a big difference in my stiffness, but I do seem to be more bouncy,
(I'm sure Bertie will be pleased)
and this week at swimming I was quite fast.
I have other video for you to watch.
Just me and my Mom on a walk together.
At Attingham Park
See I told you George was with me all the time on my report.
If you missed report one George has put a page at the top of the blog.
I'll be back next Sunday
See you Soon Love and Hugs George and Tess xxx