VetIQ product review

August 15, 2013 | Comments Off

VetIQ is another great company that we had the pleasure of learning more about at BlogPaws 2013! They provide quality medication and supplements for pets at affordable prices. As part of their commitment in providing vet recommended products for pets, they source ingredients and manufacture VetIQ products right here in America. This allows them to confidently stand behind the quality of each product. Thus, VetIQ offers quality, FDA approved pet prescription medications, vet recommended flea & tick control, and health & wellness supplements to support your pet’s health at a savings to you!

Here are photos of what VetIQ sent us:

Vet IQ product review
Vet IQ product review
Vet IQ product review
Vet IQ product review

Here’s a video where I take a closer look at what came from VetIQ:

Included in the package:
- 1 package of Minties – cleans teeth, promotes fresh breath, and helps reduce plaque and tartar
- 1 package of Hip & Joint – helps build cartilage, lubricates sore joints, and strengthens muscles surrounding the joints
- 1 package of Vitamin Chews – helps support overall health, strengthens bones, muscles, and teeth, and promotes vitality

Here is some information about VetIQ from its website:

WHAT IS VETIQ?

VetIQ is the brand name of animal health products provided by TruRx, LLC. VetIQ provides quality medication and vet grade supplements for your pet at prices you can afford. VetIQ sources all ingredients and manufactures all products right here in America. This allows us to confidently stand behind the quality of each product.

WHAT PRODUCTS DO YOU OFFER?

VetIQ offers quality, FDA approved pet prescription medications, vet recommended flea & tick control, and health & wellness supplements to support your pet’s health at a savings to you. You can click on one of these three categories to learn more: flea & tick control, prescription medication, and health & wellness supplements.

Here are photos & videos of Spenser with his new Minties:

VetIQ product review
VetIQ product review
VetIQ product review
VetIQ product review

Here are photos & videos of Spenser trying out the Hip & Joint supplements:

VetIQ product review
VetIQ product review
VetIQ product review
VetIQ product review

And here are photos & videos of Spenser checking out the Vitamin Chews:

VetIQ product review
VetIQ product review
VetIQ product review
VetIQ product review

The verdict? After BlogPaws, we had a wrapped sample pack of Minties set aside in a baggie to give to our cleaner’s dog because we already had a sample pack of our own for Spenser. Well, overnight he broke into the cleaner’s bag because I found it torn into on the floor with crumbs around it. Ha! So based on that, I knew getting a whole package of them would go over just fine with him! Also, we talk enough here at this site about Spenser’s back legs, hips, and joint issues (he gets acupuncture), and we’ve always thought over the past couple of years that it’s important that he has a steady stream of the Hip & Joint supplement in his system. It has Glucosamine that supports joint cartilage and is supposed to improve joint movement. He was eating them without issue before he had his hospital stay. Ever since he’s been home, he’s been fussier, so Mark has had to grind them up and mix them into his wet food snack. But he gets them into his system, and that’s all that counts! If you purchase any of their products, and there are many more than just the three we were sent, please let me know what you think!

**Please note: I’d like to mention that you need to make sure that you read the directions & instructions on the back of the packages before giving any of these to your pet, just as you would with any other medications, supplements, and such. Minties comes in certain sizes depending on how much your dog weighs, and both the Hip & Joint and Vitamin Chews state that Spenser should only get so many a day because of what his particular weight is. This will obviously vary from pet to pet, so make sure you give it a read – the last thing you want to do is give your pet too much of a good thing!**

(Full disclosure – VetIQ provided these items to us free of charge in exchange for a product review. Thanks!)



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