There are hundreds of dog supplements and vitamins to choose from. Which one is the best and does it work? I am a pet parent that believes supplements should be an essential part of your dog’s diet. Glucosamine and Fatty Acids are two supplements that I consistently give to Sugar. Glucosamine is one of the most highly recommended supplements for dogs because it is proven to support overall joint health. Fatty acids play an important role for a dog’s skin and coat.
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Fetch Fuel Nutrition for the Long Run
Fetch Fuel is a nutritious sauce for your dog’s joint, hip, coat and overall health. It is made with human-grade ingredients from the USA. The two main ingredients in Fetch Fuel are Glucosamine and Omega-3.
Fetch Fuel: Squeezable Nutrition
Give Your Dog a Daily Dosage of Glucosamine and Omega-3!
Fetch Fuel is for dogs of all ages and sizes and is formulated to work with your dog’s existing diet. It is easy to serve. You simply squeeze right onto your dog’s food. Each tablespoon contains 600 mg of glucosamine, more than 250 mg of Omega 3, 6 & 9 fatty acids and more than 20 other vitamins and minerals, benefiting your dog’s overall health nutrition. Also, it contains 100 mg of antioxidant Taurine, which aids in maintaining a dog’s healthy heart and eyes.
Revive Your Senior Dog
With Fetch Fuel, Sugar can continue her active happy life. Fetch Fuel is made with high quality and safe nutrition that works. Fetch Fuel came in just in time, aiding Sugar’s recovery from her recent splenectomy surgery. She has lost weight and Fetch Fuel tasty sauce made Sugar’s meals more appetizing. Fetch Fuel revived Sugar’s energy. A tennis ball plus a game of fetch is Sugar’s ultimate FUN Golden PLAY!
To learn more about FetchFuel visit FetchFuel.com. We invite you to sign up for a free sample. You’ll love the result, and your dog will love it too.
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Do you give Glucosamine and Omega 3, 6, & 9 supplements to your dog?
Linda Szymoniak says
I give Glucosamine and fish oil (omega 3) to my dogs – especially my senior girl. I’d love to have a single pill that gives them what they need.
Sharon Gilbert says
No I do not. I just went to the website to get a free sample and was checking out FetchFuel. For some reason I was thinking that the Glucosamine was for older dogs…I now know that is not true! Thank you for the review! I trust you and Sugar review!
Earl Lover says
Thank you for the review!
Sandy Weinstein says
yes, all 3 gals get glucosmine, msm, omega fish oils. the oldest gets an extra dose b/c she has back disc problems.
Fetch Fuel…that is too funny!
Hugs to you all
madi and mom
Rachael Sutton says
I have never but I would like to start to. And this seems perfect! Thanks for the giveaway!
HAPPY HAZEL says
Sounds like a great stuff for joint health! Happy has long skinny legs so I always think about his joint health. Sometimes when we go for a long walk or hiking, it seems like he needs some extra boost! He tried Cod liver oil before it was good too but it was little messy to feed! I like this product is in squeezable tube! Thank you for reminding us of joint health! <3
Mitch and Molly says
We need to look into this, Sugar. It sounds very worthwhile!
easy rider says
that sounds supoer interesting Sugar… I had no clue that such magic potions for dogs exist…. many thanks for such a fabulous review
BUSTER the DOG says
Thank you SUGAR and mom Rosalyn. Buster is such a picky eater and need to his boost of energy. I will definitely check this out.
Denise S says
We don’t give her supplements yet, though some of her customized food might have some in it. We do give her Alaskan Fish Oil in liquid form to help her coat.
We use fish oil supplements currently.
I don’t give those supplements exactly, but I feed a food that is loaded with them already, and give Dasuquin. But my other dog’s is on a different food, this may be a good option for him.
Sounds like an interesting product! We haven’t tried many supplements yet.
Terry Yang says
I do give Nika glucosamine every day in a powder form. It definitely helps her joints. I don’t give her other supplements. Fetch Fuel sounds like a great way to add different supplements to her diet.
Jess H says
Sometimes we do
We give omega supplements to our dog.
Allison Hoffman says
I give my dog fish oil every day for the Omega supplement but he is a large breed dog and going to be needing glucosamine as he gets older so I would really love to start giving him this in his food!
Daniel Scott says
I do give my dogs joint supplements.
Danielle T says
i currently do not give those supplements
Sally T. says
I currently do not give my girls Omega supplements to
our dogs,because pill form is to difficult.
Mary W says
I don’t give them joint supplements. We have all senior dogs and some are on medication for arthritis. I am sure a supplement would be beneficial.
Cathy Truman says
No I do not give my Bailey any supplements he could use them
Sarah D. says
I currently only give my girl hip and joint supplements, and I recently just received some Fetch Fuel to let her try!
Christine Aiello says
Yes I give my dog both of those supplements and have been since she was a puppy.
Deborah W. says
I used to give my golden retriever omega supplements but not my small dogs. There is some in their food.
susan smoaks says
i do not give them any supplements but i want to try them soon
No, I don’t, but she is getting older.
We have given omega supplements before. This product looks great!
Susan P. says
I don’t give mine the Glucosamine and Omega 3, 6, & 9 supplements but would be curious to see if they would help.