Thursday, April 28, 2016

DGP For Our Pet's Mobility & Flexibilty

   Do you give much thought to your dog’s mobility and flexibility? If they are getting older, chances are it is something on your mind. One of the many things we share with our dogs and cats is the realization that as we age, we can have issues with our movements. It is important that we get daily exercise to maintain an ease of movement.
   Bentley is 8-years-old and Pierre just celebrated his 5th birthday. They are still very active and I want to make sure they stay that way. I feed them a great diet, keep my veterinarian appointments and add all-natural supplements to help provide an extra layer of protection.
   One of those supplements is DGP™ from American BioSciences. This beefy flavored chewable is great for cats and dogs. It is specially formulated to support the mobility and flexibility in our aging pets.  DGP may help ease the aches and discomfort that can be caused by exercising, training, or too much playtime.
   Developed by Australian master herbalists and scientists, this readily absorbable combo of high quality ingredients provides essential nutrients essential for the health and well-being of our aging pets. Here is a list of the active ingredients in DGP:
   We can’t stop the aging process but we can make a difference in the flexibility and mobility our pets enjoy as they age. DGP is fast acting and veterinarian recommended. You no longer have to wait for glucosamine or chondroitin to take effect. I am very happy to know that I am adding a healthy supplement that will keep us walking and playing for years to come.
   You can follow DGP on social media; Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.
   Are you giving your pet any supplements? If so, have you noticed a difference? Leave a comment and let us know.
*Disclaimer: We received a bottle of DGP chewable tablets in exchange for an honest review. We did not receive any other compensation. Barking from the Bayou, LLC only shares information that we feel is beneficial to our readers. All opinions are our own. American Bio-Sciences and DGP are not responsible for the contents of this article.

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42 comments :

  1. What a great product, sumthingy all us pups should be aware of as we gets older
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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    2. Hello Princess Leah,

      We are so happy to hear that DGP is helping you! If you want to share your story for a chance to be featured as a DGP dog of the month, please email us at dgppets@gmail.com or message us on Facebook!

      Love,
      DGP for Pets

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  2. I will look for this little helpers... I hope we can get them here too :o)

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    1. Hi Mark,

      We are you located? Let us know if you need help finding DGP in your area. You can also buy on our website (http://www.theharmonycompany.com/DGP-joint-support-for-pets).

      Have a great day!

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  3. I am on Acti-Flex 4000 - the horsie version. This sounds like very good stuffs and we will be checking out your link. Thank you so much for this information.

    Love ya lots,
    Molly

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    1. This is an all-natural supplement and we really like it.

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    2. Hi Molly,

      Let us know if you need any additional information about our products and let us know how they work for you!

      Love,
      DGP for Pets

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    1. Thank you, Jenny! We'd love to hear your dog's story using DGP and you could be featured on our website.

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  5. Living with Katie, mobility is on our minds all the time. She is on another supplement that has really helped her a lot. Our vet suggested we all take it as a preventative measure for Bailie and me. Joint health and mobility are so important.

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    1. We are happy to hear you are taking measures to ensure joint health! Let us know if you have any other questions about DGP for Pets or check out our FAQs: http://dgpforpets.com/faq/

      Love,
      DGP for Pets

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  6. the boys are on Phycox and they love the soft chews - it has helped them a lot too

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    1. We are so happy to hear your pups are doing well! Have you tried DGP? If you would like, we would be happy to send you some to test out. Email us at dgppets@gmail.com with your mailing address if you are interested.

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  7. Sounds good. I take a supplement every day
    Lily (& Edward)

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    1. That's great! Have you tried DGP? If you would like, we would be happy to send you a bottle to test out. Email us at dgppets@gmail.com with your mailing address if you are interested.

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  8. Since I am soon going to be... 10.... I take somethingy to help MY joints and stuffs... butt not like THIS... HUMMMMM I may want mom to take a closer look at this... to see if I could take BOTH with no problems.... Our Dogtor approved what I Now take...

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    1. Hi Frankie Furter and Ernie,

      If you would like to talk to your Dogtor about DGP and look more into our FAQs (http://dgpforpets.com/faq/) and ingredients (http://dgpforpets.com/ingredients-usage/), we would be happy to send you some to try out! Let us know and you can always reach out to us at dgppets@gmail.com.

      Love,
      DGP for Pets

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  9. WE have tried different supplements in the past. Bailey & Hazel have been on a new supplement the last two months with positive results - especially for Hazel. We must get mom to post about it
    hugs
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel

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    1. So happy to hear the supplements are helping Bailey and Hazel! We would be happy to have you try DGP and send you some samples! If you are interested, please don't hesitate to have your mom reach out to us at dgppets@gmail.com or message us on Facebook.

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  10. Thanks for this article, am checking into supplements at this moment :)

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    1. Hi Ruth,

      What did you think of DGP? We would be happy to have you try DGP and send you some samples! If you are interested, please don't hesitate to contact us at dgppets@gmail.com with your mailing address or message us on Facebook.

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  11. I haven't tried supplements yet, but thinking about it. GREAT review, thanks!
    Love & biscuits,
    Dogs Luv Us and We Luv Them

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    1. Hi Cathy,

      We would be happy to have you try DGP and send you some samples! If you are interested, please don't hesitate to reach out to us at dgppets@gmail.com or message us on Facebook.

      Love,
      DGP for Pets

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  12. Wally has a bit of arthritis and usually gets cosequin in his food. I wonder if he would eat these. ~Island Cat Mom

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    1. Hi Island Cat Mom,

      Many dogs eat DGP tablets in their food. If you would like to try some for Wally, send us your mailing address to dgppets@gmail.com!

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  13. I was very concerned with Daisy in her later years because I know she had some hip and leg pain. Arthritis maybe. I want to make sure Cocoa does not have pain if I can help prevent it.

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    1. Definitely! Have they tried DGP before? We would be happy to send some over! Reach out to us on Facebook or dgppets@gmail.com.

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  14. If we take those will we be able to sit like Bentley?

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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    1. Hi Murphy,

      Each dog may have different results, but please feel free to reach out to us if you want to try some DGP for your pup!

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  15. Thanks for ther view! Sounds great. Will look into it. I give my FiveSibes something similar, but am going to label check now!

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    1. Please let us know if you would like to try some DGP! Reach out to us on Facebook or dgppets@gmail.com with your mailing address. Here's our ingredients: http://dgpforpets.com/ingredients-usage/.

      Thanks!

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  16. Never heard of them, thanks for sharing.

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    1. Check out our website (www.dgpforpets.com) or follow us on Facebook (www.facebook/dgpforpets) for more information!

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  17. Would this be in place of a joint supplement, or in addition to? It actually sounds like maybe it does a little more than just a joint supplement would do. We're always looking at all natural supplements like this, it sounds great!
    Jan, Wag 'n Woof Pets

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    1. Hi Janet,
      DGP is an all natural supplement to help support mobility and flexibility. Learn more on our FAQ page: http://dgpforpets.com/faq/.
      If you would like to try some, we would be happy to send DGP to you to sample! Reach out to us on Facebook or dgppets@gmail.com with your address.

      Thanks!
      DGP for Pets

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  19. Thank you so much, M.K. Clinton for sharing this amazing blog about DGP! We are so happy your pups tried DGP and you spread the word about our product!

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  20. I was fascinated to see this was created by Australians. I haven't been able to source it here yet, but I do hope I can. Finn (7) currently has a mix of glucosamine & rose hip products (powders), but beef chews would be good for both he & Isagold (12). Do you know if they can have DCG along with glucosamine/condroiton?
    Thanks,
    Annette @PetsAreFound

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    1. Yes, both DGP and glucosamine/chondroitin can be taken in combination. However, most glucosamine/chondroitin users find that DGP can take its place without the need for using both products. Have you tried DGP before? Would you like to test it out?

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  21. Tucker, my 12yr old Wheaten seems to be walking slower lately, even though he is on Cholodin and Glycoflex 3. Once in a while he'll limp a little. He's somewhat better on these supplements than he was in the fall when I first noticed symptoms. Would I add DGP to his supplements, or use instead?

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    1. Hi Beverly,

      Thanks for your interest in DGP! DGP can be used in conjunction with Cholodin and Glycoflex 3, but is so effective that you will most likely find that you are able to replace other pet joint supplements with DGP and simply use it instead. If you are interested in a bottle, please reach out to us at dgppets@gmail.com or send us a Facebook message!

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