Helping Your Senior Dog Rock


That’s how Trev Bear and I feel about aging!!!! However, that’s part of the journey and we are getting grey together…



Each day we seem to get a little greyer, but we color it with LOVE, vet advice and wonderful supplements.



We have used DinOVite Supplements off and on for several years. Last year, we noticed Trev’s hair beginning to thin and his energy decrease substantially. We put him back on the DinOVite and it began to put the pup back in his step again. He started going for his soccer ball just like old times and what a relief to treasure those times again.


We also use Phycox Soft Chews for Trev’s joints. We could tell a difference in the way he walked within only one week. We desire to stay away from anti inflammatory meds for as long as possible as his stomach is so sensitive. They would just tear his tummy and bowls up. So the Phycox and the memory foam bed we purchased from Pooch Planet has made a significant difference in his joints.


And yes, we are on the strict Hill’s Prescription Diet I/D food and have been for the past couple of years. As your faithful companion ages and their diets change, it is important to remember that expensive dog food will still be cheaper than vet emergencies in the long run. You can also save big money by making your own Homeade Treats.


As you can tell, Trev enjoys this food.


We also use GSE Liquid Extract by adding only a few drops to his water bowl daily.

So, that’s how we keep our little Trev Bear rocking!!!!


I would really appreciate knowing some of the supplements that you have tried successfully, especially for allergies!!!! Trev is on special vet medicine for his allergies and he has a bad cold right now…Would you please send him some well wishes…We would be ever so grateful!!!!

Have a healthy and safe weekend dear friends.

Please note that I have not received any money by sharing these reviews. These reviews are only intended to share the many ways we try to keep our little bear happy and healthy for as long as we can. As always, seek your vet’s advice before adding any new supplements to your dog’s diet.