Vitamins For Fido? Milk-Bone Study Shows Dog-Loving Families More Fit and Healthy

Vitamins For Fido? Milk-Bone Study Shows Dog-Loving Families More Fit and Healthy


I have two pups, Copper turned 5 this week and Tod is 1, both super active and sporting dogs.  While family pets they are also trained hunters and support my husband’s hobbies during hunting season.  So staying active and healthy is very important to us. Their food, treats are important to us and we love sharing these details with our readers.  I did receive a treat package in exchange for the review but that also gave me time to have my dogs try the vitamins. VERDICT: they enjoy them and they are good for them.  Now apart of out morning routine, a Milk-Bone’s Good Morning Vitamin Treat then outside for a walk.


I was provided with tips and info to share:

Consider this: According to the “Milk-Bone Human-Canine Health Study”— a survey of 3,000 U.S. dog parents conducted by Milk-Bone brand dog treats (in conjunction with Learndipity Data Insights) —pet parents who include their pups in family health routines lead healthier lives. In fact, 55% of dog parents say their lives are “full of happiness and joy,” compared to 39% of non-dog parents.

What are four tips to ensure that the entire family – including Fido – is healthy and well?MB_GM_HlthyJnts_6oz_SMALL

51% of dog parents say they get more exercise because of their dog — but 1 out of 3 pet parents wish their dog would get more physical activity

TIP #1: Turn your pups’ morning or evening walking session into a fun, impromptu workout session for the entire family, so both you and Fido will get your daily fit fix.

1 out of 3 pet parents are concerned their dog isn’t getting enough of the nutrients they need.

TIP #2: Start every day with a vitamin routine for the whole family. Your pup’s should include nutrients not found in most dog foods, like Glucosamine to support healthy joints or DHA to supplement overall wellness, which Milk-Bone’s Good Morning Daily Vitamin Treats provide.

Pet parents conduct “well puppy” check-ups, as they would with their child. If a dog is rubbing his eyes, or has oily spots or bumps in his fur, something could be wrong.

TIP #3: Use fun petting sessions to give your dog a quick look over for possible health ailments, like gently rubbing the bottom of his foot pads for sores.

57% of dog parents who also have children involve the kids in their doggy caring care routines, with most reporting that it teaches them good life habits and responsibility.

TIP #4: Your pup needs just as much attention and care as you and your children. When it’s time for your kids to brush their teeth, brush his teeth too (or give him Milk-Bone Brushing Chews).

Disclosure:  This is a sponsored post.  We received product no other compensation was provided.  As always all opinions are my own and honest. 

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