Putting A Spring In Her Step With Lloyd And Lucy’s

by Houndstooth on

It’s still hard for me to admit that Bunny is actually a senior dog.  When she turned eight, there was no sign of her slowing down at all and she actually had more endurance on hikes than Flattery did.  If we went to the dog park, Bunny outran every dog there, regardless of how young or old they were.  It was easy to live in denial that she’d entered her senior years.

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Out and About

However, as a person who has shared life with senior dogs before, I know a few things.  Eventually, all dogs do slow down a bit.  You can’t avoid that forever.  What you can do is keep your dog in good health with a few ounces of prevention for as long as possible.  There are some things you can’t control, but keeping  your dog in good shape is one thing that will certainly help.  Even if you just walk your dog regularly every day, you can do a lot of good.   Visiting the vet on a regular basis will help  you to catch a lot of things before they get serious.  Feeding your dogs well and maintaining a healthy weight also has benefits.   I suspect that most of our readers already know this and that I’m preaching to the choir on that front.

Lloyd and Lucy's Hip and Joint Supplement

This winter, we started giving Bunny Lloyd and Lucy’s Hip and Joint Supplement.  It wasn’t because I thought she was slowing down, it was because I didn’t want to see her slow down.  With supplements, it can be hard to tell if there are results, so I tried to be really conscious of how she was acting, and I began to notice a few things.  She had more of a spring in her step when she climbed the steep stairs into the attic.  Her soft fur became even softer and thicker.  And she developed that saucy little spring in her step was back when we went on walks.  Best of all, she liked the taste and she thinks she’s just getting an extra treat that the other dogs don’t get.

I think being in very good health made going in for her dental much easier on her.  She certainly bounced back quickly.  I don’t think that the supplements directly caused that, but I think they helped her to be in really good shape going into the surgery to be able to make a speedy recovery.  They certainly didn’t hurt.

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Hello, Sunshine!

Overall, we have been really happy with the results we’ve gotten for Bunny with this supplement.  She’s as ready to go and face adventures as ever, and it give me peace of mind not to have to start worrying about the day when we might have to leave her behind.  At some point, you do have to start making concessions for old age, but if you take a proactive approach, I think you can enjoy more active years with your dog and worry less about whether they’ll be able to enjoy making the most of those senior years.

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If you’re thinking this sounds like something you’d be interested in, we have a chance for you to win some of your own.  Read on and follow the link for a chance to try it for free.  I think you’ll be satisfied with the results.

Lloyd and Lucy’s Pet Supplies presents the Lucky Dog Giveaway! Lloyd and Lucy’s is choosing four lucky dogs to win a free bottle of their Hip and Joint Supplement for Dogs and a free BarkBox filled with treats, toys, and chews. To enter simply head on over to http://lloydandlucy.com/pages/giveaway and enter your name and email address. Winners will be chosen randomly on March 21st, so don’t wait. Enter for your chance to win today!

We were compensated for this review.  However, Tales and Tails does not endorse products that we don’t believe in or have good results with.  We tried the supplements for three months and had good results with them.

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  • Sue Dyer

    I have been giving Polly Glucosamine with Chondroitin for about 18 months now. Think it has helped a bit with her Arthritis, but she still needs one Rimadyl (100mg) every day.

    I have noticed Polly is showing more of her ribs and spine, so I have increased her food slightly. Other than that, despite being 9 today, she is doing well.

    Hope you all have a good day. Sue, Polly & Honey

  • Hailey’s Lady

    Hope Bunny remains healthy in her senior years.

  • We have had Reilly on something similar for the last few months and have found it has helped him too

  • Thanks, we would like to try it. Our two seniors are slowing down too.

  • SGilbert

    At what age would you say to start using Lloyd & Lucy’s Hip and Joint Supplements on a dog? Schooner & Skipper are 6 years old..I read it could be as young as 5 years old to start being a senior. Wow I don’t consider them senior but I guess the time flies by fast.

  • Casey the Boxer

    Yup, I take glucosamine (not that exact supplement) every day to help my arthritis!

  • Emma

    Our vet tells Mom all the time that Katie being in real good shape has helped her deal with her old age and all her issues so much better than a dog who wasn’t in good physical condition. We take supplements too which we believe also add to our overall health.