Last Saturday, Alice and I decided to take 2 of our six dogs to the park for some fun. Nelly isn’t really a dog’s dog, but she LOVES Franny. We had about a fair amount of snow, and it was really hilarious to see Nelly chasing Franny. It was also heartwarming because until recently, Nelly was beginning to slow down and was too sore due to her joint stiffness to chase and play with the other dogs.
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Nelly started taking Natural Stride Hip & Joint Supplement a few months ago, and I’m happy to say that it has really worked wonders for her.
She had a great time playing with Franny, but I worried that she would be stiff the next day since it was more than her usual amount of exercise. I’m happy to report that Nelly was just fine on Sunday.
Natural Stride Hip & Joint Supplement comes in powder form and chews in two strengths. All of their Hip & Joint supplements are:
*Made in the USA in FDA registered facilities
*Fast-acting: see the results in days, not months
*Repairs the joints instead of masking the pain
*60 Day Money back guarantee, and since you see the results in days, you don’t need to wait months to decide if it is working.
The downside of the Natural Stride Hip & Joint Supplement? It is one of those good news/bad news things. Nelly is active again. The other day she saw a squirrel and chased it about 50 yards before I could call her back. I’ve been lulled into a complacency that Nelly isn’t going anywhere fast, but now she is! It’s a problem I’m happy to have.
If you are thinking about trying a hip and joint supplement for your dog, I recommend trying Natural Stride.
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Alice G Patterson Photography: Alice is a bi-coastal wedding and portrait photographer based in Syracuse. She has three dogs of her own.