January 20, 2022


There's nothing like our health

5 Best Pet Supplements of 2021

2 min read
pet supplements

Sarah Ceniceros

You want your pup to live its fullest life—who can blame you!? We reviewed and tried a bunch of supplements meant to improve the fur, digestive health, joints, and so much more and picked our absolute faves. That said, it’s important to note: Not all supplements work for every breed. Again, we recommend reaching out to your respective veterinarians before purchasing any supplements to give to your dog.

Advertisement – Continue Reading Below

Best for Skin and Hair

Welactin Canine Omega-3 Liquid Dog Supplement



Ninety-seven percent of people who purchased it recommended it for others. If your dog has hot spots, dandruff, or itchiness, it’s likely you’ll notice a difference in that realm within three months. A bonus: None of that dreaded fish breath from this supplement.

Best for Joints

Cetyl M Advanced Dog Joint Action Tablets

Cetyl M


This is a 100-percent plant-derived formula created by a family-owned business in Texas. It’s also used for horses (in different dosages!) and helps the structural integrity of joints and connective tissues; it may also help relieve inflammation associated with daily exercise.

Best for Allergies

Allergy Support & Digestive Health Soft Chews



If your dog is licking and scratching like there’s no tomorrow, these chews could help. This popular vet-recommended chew is ideal for a pup who has skin issues related to seasonal allergies. Ingredients are sourced in India, New Zealand, and the US, and the product is manufactured in the US as well.

Best for Digestive Health

FortiFlora Probiotics for Dogs

Purina Fortiflora


Even picky eaters will love this supplement. For dogs with sensitive stomachs or GI tract issues, this is the gold standard. Need more convincing? The product boasts 14,000 5-star reviews.

BONUS: Best for Corgi Joints




Corgi parents everywhere know about this brand, but Dasuquin is great for any dog breed that’s active. It’s the number-one recommendation by vets for joint health and is rigorously tested in laboratories. If you want the advanced formula, though, you’ll need a prescription from your vet.

This content is created and maintained by a third party, and imported onto this page to help users provide their email addresses. You may be able to find more information about this and similar content at piano.io

Advertisement – Continue Reading Below

Copyright © All rights reserved. | Newsphere by AF themes.