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Zuke’S Hip Action Beef Recipe Dog Treats – 16 Oz. Pouch (Package May Vary)

February 13, 2019 - Comment

Keep your dog ready for every playful adventure that awaits him with Zuke’s Hip Action Beef Recipe dog treats. Real beef is the #1 ingredient in these mouthwatering natural dog treats, and wholefood berries, tasty herbs and sesame seeds in every serving help to maintain his healthy lifestyle. With 300 mg of glucosamine and 50

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Keep your dog ready for every playful adventure that awaits him with Zuke’s Hip Action Beef Recipe dog treats. Real beef is the #1 ingredient in these mouthwatering natural dog treats, and wholefood berries, tasty herbs and sesame seeds in every serving help to maintain his healthy lifestyle. With 300 mg of glucosamine and 50 mg of chondroitin in each treat, this recipe helps to support healthy hip and joint function. We formulate this recipe without corn, wheat or soy, so you can feel good about the snacks you feed to your faithful friend every day. With a savory taste and moist texture, each treat delivers the goodness your dog expects. The small pieces make it easy to select the right portion size based on his weight, and the savory flavors get him excited about snack time. We package these delicious healthy dog treats in a resealable pouch, giving you a convenient way to ensure his snacks are ready whenever he is.

Ingredients

Beef, ground rice, ground oats, malted barley, gelatin, maple flavored syrup, vegetable glycerin, glucosamine hydrochloride, cherries, blueberries, salt, lecithin, ground sesame seeds, alfalfa, phosphoric acid, turmeric, garlic powder, sorbic acid (preservative), ascorbic acid (Vitamin C), rosemary, egg shell membrane, chondroitin sulfate, zinc sulfate, manganese sulfate, sodium selenite, Vitamin E supplement.

Guaranteed Analysis

Crude Protein (Min) 11.0%; Crude Fat (Min) 5.0%; Crude Fiber (Max) 3.0%; Moisture (Max) 30.0%; Glucosamine (Min)* 300 mg/treat – 39,600 mg/kg; Chondroitin Sulfate (Min)* 50 mg/treat – 6,600 mg/kg

DFor dogs 45 lbs and under – up to 1 treat daily; For dogs 46 to 89 lbs – up to 2 treats daily; For dogs 90 to 138 lbs – up to 3 treats daily

Product Features

  • New Packaging, Same Trail-Tested Recipes. For A Limited Time, Packaging Look May Vary.
  • Real Beef Is The #1 Ingredient
  • Features Wholefood Berries, Tasty Herbs And Sesame Seeds To Help Maintain A Healthy Lifestyle
  • Contains 300 Mg Of Glucosamine And 50 Mg Of Chondroitin Per Treat To Support Joint Health
  • Includes Joint-Soothing Eggshell Membrane

Comments

Anonymous says:

Helped relieve my dog’s early joint pain My Grace is a 10 year old black lab mix. She started showing signs of early arthritis in her paws. Grace would ball up her hands and lick them. After giving her this treat for 2 months, she no longer balls up her hands. I make sure that she gets one wafer at each meal (she eats twice a day). Now, Grace shows no signs of the paw issue she was having before. She is back to her old self and chases my 1 year old toy terrier around the yard.***** IF THIS REVIEW WAS HELPFUL PLEASE HELP…

Anonymous says:

My Dog Thinks This Is Her Treat For the Day! When my vet told me my little Yorkie had stage IV luxating patellas (knees blown out), I was devastated. The vet told me to give her Glucosamine & Chondrotin. I went to the local pet chain and spent a considerable amount for the “chicken flavor” tablets. For such a large chain, tablets were the only product they carried. They are hard tablets not easily broken in half for a small (7lbs) dog. On top of that, she wouldn’t have anything to do with them, took her little nose and pushed them away…

Anonymous says:

The easiest way to give your dog glucosamine suppliments I recommend Zukes hip action treats to everyone I meet. I buy these all the time, because I have seen how well they work.I worked at a shelter and had Zukes hip action treats in a dogs treat cup broken into small bites for her exclusively. This dog was a resident when I started, she didn’t like strangers and would bite if given the opportunity. After 3 years she was adopted, then returned because she bit. She spent so long living on concrete floors she developed arthritis and a terrible…

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