I love learning about dog nutrition and different ingredients that can boost Lucy’s regular diet. Large dogs like Labradors often have joint problems later in life. So, I’m always on the lookout for ways I can support Lucy’s joints now so that she can stay active for as long as possible!
This post is sponsored by The Missing Link. I am being compensated to help share information about the The Missing Link’s new Once Daily Dental Chews, but on Wear Wag Repeat I only share information I feel is relevant to my readers.
I recently discovered The Missing Link’s once daily dental chews that are boosted with superfoods and nutrients to support your pet’s hips, joints, skin, coat and immune system. Of course, I gave them straight to the Lab for testing!
Missing Link did a great job of making these more than just a dental chew. It’s really a dental chew, a treat and a supplement! This tasty treat is packed full of superfoods that provide the vital nutrients your dog’s kibble may be missing. And while your dog chews, the abrasive action ridges help control plaque.
Superfoods are nutrient-dense foods that naturally contain high levels of vitamins, minerals, fibers, and antioxidants. This Hip & Joint chew that we tried contains natural ingredients like kelp, flaxseed, and sunflower seeds. It’s also chock full of the Omega 3, 6 and 9, fatty acids, dietary fiber, and phytonutrients support Lucy’s hips, joints and immune system health.
Of course, the real test in any treat is how did it taste? Lucy chomped down the chew I gave her and took advantage of my trying to get a good photo to reach up and grab herself a second! Since Lucy is around 75 pounds, the package says she could have up to 1 and half chews per day. For extra large dogs over 100 pounds, they recommend two a day so it’s not the worst thing that Lucy helped herself to seconds! We just won’t make a habit of it.
After our little photo session at the park we ran into Lucy’s dog friend Jacky and offered him one of the chews. His owner said he’s very picky and probably wouldn’t eat it. But Jacky loved it and was done in a few minutes. So I would say these are great for picky eaters, too!
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