I grew up with pets and have always loved dogs. When I was nine years old my wire haired terrier died and I was heartbroken. Not long after we moved into a home without a garden and weren't allowed pets. I hated this. When I was eleven my parents bought a house with a garden and my favourite uncle offered to buy me a puppy if my parents agreed to this.
Candy was lovely, a cross breed with a lot of Shetland sheepdog in her.
I had given my first pet Vetzymes. She loved them and would beg for a Vetzyme but she was a greedy dog and would eat anything she could find. I naturally bought Vetzymes for Candy.
Candy loved Vetzymes. I believe she was given four daily. I would give these to her of an evening and this was playtime.
I would hide them or make her wait for them. Sometimes I would place one on my head and she would gently take it off and eat it. Or I would ask her to say “please” which she knew meant a single woof and then she would get her treat.
Now Candy is long gone although often thought of.
My pet Joey is a West Highland white terrier.
It was inevitable that I bought Vetzymes for Joey but, alas, Joey did surprise me by showing no interest at all. I tried hiding them in his food and coaxing him into eating them but he doesn't like them at all. He is strange when it comes to food.
I'm sorry about this as I think Vetzymes make a great treat for a dog and are far healthier than many of today's popular dog treats.
Vetzymes conditioning tablets make a good addition to a doggy diet. They are manufactured by Bob Martin.
The small tablets are made from yeast and B complex vitamins and minerals.
Candy lived to a good age and for most of her life was very healthy. She had a lovely silky coat and her eyes and ears were clear. I always felt Vetzymes helped to keep her in good condition.
Vetzyme conditioning tablets are suitable for dogs of all ages and they may prove especially beneficial to dogs that are poorly, recuperating from illness or pregnant.
Vetzymes are available from Pet shops.
*Please read dosage instructions.