Sunday, November 8, 2015

Up For The Challenge!

Me and Stanley are working on a special project for our furends at Chewy.  They asked us to test a product but this time it was different cuz they want us to test it for a WHOLE MONTH!  Wow!  That is a long time!  So here is what they want us to test:


It is the Nutramax Cosequin 30 Day Challenge!  

Me and Stanley barked, "Bring it!"

First of all we sniffed it and it smelled good, really good.  BUTT I did notice that the chews Stanley got were a lot bigger than mine.  I want to register a complaint that it is NOT fair!  I will be contacting Sydney at Chewy to tell her it is not far.  Anyway, mom said it was cuz Stanley weighed more and needed more of the special ingredients: Glucosamine Hydrochloride, Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM), and Sodium Chondroitin Sulfate .


I still think it is not right but mom said those thingies helps maintain optimal joint function so I can run fast and chase my ball.  She said it also supports cartilage production and protects the cartilage from breakdown.  I gotta admit with Stanley's wonky knees that is probably pretty impawtent for him.  And this stuff is pretty safe and has been studied to be effective so we thought it was a good idea.

So we started our 30 day challenge yesterday.  It's pretty easy, we just chomp down a chew when we wake up in the morning. So far there have been no bad effects unless it was why we had to get waterboarded and haircuts but mom says that had nothing to do with the 30 day challenge.  We'll let you know how it goes!



Murphy & Stanley

Pee Ess - This product was provided to us free of charge in exchange for our pawticipation in the 30 day challenge.

21 comments:

  1. But Murphy, Stanley's chew is about 87 times bigger than your one.
    I still say that's not fair.
    Toodle pip!
    Bertie.

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  2. Oh, it sounds like a great supplement! I cannot wait to hear how it has worked at the end of your 30-day challenge!
    Oz

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  3. Excited to hear how this challenge plays out. It is cool to have something that helps keep you running and playing. Cocoa will be very interested since she is a runner too!!

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  4. We can't wait to hear the results. Our vet has recommended a similar product for Sidney.

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  5. we are going to be doing this challenge too to see if it will help with my arthritis - hope you get some good results :)

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  6. OMD...Dory is starting the SAME challenge tomorrow!!!! What a pawsome review guys, we can't wait to see how it helps Miss Dory with her wonky hips (they get creaky in the rain!).
    Smileys!
    Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

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  7. Let us know how it goes! We keep our dogs on "Joint-aid" to prevent future joint problems. :)

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  8. Freeeeeeeeeeeeee delicious food now that is a gig any buddy would love and you two are great spokesDoodz and MayorZ
    Hugs madi your bfff

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  9. Our big brother was on Cosequin for a very long time and it helped very much with his arthritis. Since we are on Soma...we have been doing very well. We aren't going to mess with what is working for us right now. Sure hope it works well for you two!

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  10. Hari OM
    ... can a human join in whose bones are need of boosting??? &*> I am sure you will execute the exercise with excellent precision.... hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

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  11. At first we read that as testing for a WHOLE MOUTH! Grabbed our attention. A bit disappointing to see them so small! And we don't like the unfairness of treat amounts, but hey, if they work, who are we to complain.

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  12. Wow we did not know these came in mini sized. Showing their size next to a penny was a great idea

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  13. Great idea to have them in a chew. Bailey takes the same stuff in pill form that Mom breaks up in his dinner. But Hazel picks it out. A chew might work better for her
    hugs
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel

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  14. Definitely not fair, Stanley!!!!

    Our dog, R, has to have glucosamine injected once a month, and Shyla thinks that is NOT FAIR because R gets lots of treats during his injection!

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  15. I bet those are nummy treats,,, and might be good for little Tweedle bones too!
    love
    tweedles

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  16. Yeah, I don't think it's very fair that he gets a bigger treat either! They both look really good though!

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  17. That doesn´t sound fair at all! But I bet the smallest one tastes much better than the bigger one anyway!

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  18. that looks great!!!! maybe that should be the official treat fur the next blogville rodeo?

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  19. Let me know how it goes! I take glucosamine for my arthritis.

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  20. Let me know how it goes! I take glucosamine for my arthritis.

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