Note: I’ve partnered with GoGo Pet Foods to bring you this post about FetchFuel.
If you’re interested in trying FetchFuel for your dog, two readers of That Mutt will have the chance to win a FREE 18-ounce bottle.
Leave a comment below to enter.
FetchFuel is an easy-to-serve joint and coat supplement for dogs of all ages and sizes.
To serve, you simply squeeze right onto your dog’s food. Easy!
Each tablespoon contains 600 mg of glucosamine and more than 250 mg of Omega 3, 6 & 9 fatty acids.
My dog Ace has been enjoying FetchFuel for a couple of weeks, plus the tennis ball that came with it!
I’m giving away one bottle through this blog post and one through That Mutt’s newsletter.
More details about FetchFuel
You literally just squeeze it over your dog’s food, like a ketchup bottle! Only, you don’t have to store it in the refrigerator. A cupboard or pantry is just fine.
There’s no measuring, and no need to hide a pill or mix in a powder.
It’s as easy as possible.
Plus, the company guarantees your dog will love FetchFuel. If not, it will take the product back.
Here’s a video from the company:
What is in Fetch Fuel?
According to GoGo Pet Foods, each tablespoon of FetchFuel contains:
- 600 mg of glucosamine
- More than 250 mg of Omega 3, 6 & 9 fatty acids
- More than 20 other vitamins and minerals
What I like about FetchFuel
My 9-year-old Labrador mix Ace takes a variety of supplements, including glucosamine and various oils. I rotate which supplements I give him for variety and because he doesn’t need them all every day.
I am happy to give my dog FetchFuel, and I believe it is a high-quality product that can help decrease pain and stiffness in my older dog’s joints. And what I like most about FetchFuel is how convenient it is to serve.
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Another benefit is my dog absolutely loves the taste! He thinks it’s a treat, and I guess it pretty much is!
If you ever need to hide a pill in your dog’s food, a squirt of FetchFuel will probably be enough to get him to take the pill with no stress.
FetchFuel would also work well for encouraging picky eaters to finish their food, although we don’t have that problem around here!
What’s not so good about FetchFuel?
If you’re strictly looking for a glucosamine supplement without omega fatty acids, vitamins and minerals, then FetchFuel may not be the best choice.
FetchFuel is available on its web site FetchFuel.com. Order a bottle here.
One bottle: $34.95
*You can also save money if you sign up for the auto re-fill option. This allows you to add or skip a shipment at any time, and it gives you free shipping.
FetchFuel giveaway – 2 chances to win!
Two lucky readers of That Mutt will each win a FREE bottle of FetchFuel. There are two chances to win.
*Congrats to the winners Mary and Emma!
Giveaway #1: Leave a comment below that indicates your dog would like to try FetchFuel. I’ll choose a winner at random on Monday June 8.
Giveaway #2: Make sure you’re signed up for That Mutt’s newsletter. I’ll be announcing the giveaway information there on Wednesday June 3. I’ll choose the winner Monday June 8.
Must have a U.S. mailing address to win.
Would your dog be interested in trying FetchFuel?
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