Sunday, February 6, 2011

K9 Aide

The weather on Sunday was glorious in the city-- 40 degrees and abundant sunshine, so we took advantage of the above freezing temperatures to head over to Chelsea Waterside Dog Run. Even though it was still a little too slushy for Paddy to work up a sweat (OK, so she spent most of the time on my lap watching the other dogs...), after the multiple avenue walk home she was thirsty. What better time to try out K9 Aide?

A "water-based wellness plan" for dogs that is packed with ingredients that are designed to revitalize and detoxify your pup's body, we received a beef and chicken combo pack to try. Simply mix the water-soluble contents of the pack with a 16.9 ounce bottle of water, and you're good to go.

Manufactured in a GMP lab "following the strict mandates of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration," K9 Aide contains L-Glutathione and other nutrients like Vitamin E, glycerin, electrolytes, and B-23 folates. The products claims it will help to boost your dog's immune system, restore electrolytes, help alleviate aches and pains, aid in the recovery process and slow the aging process (wait... what?).

Unfortunately, while making the mix, Paddy decided to indulge herself at her usual water bowl and thus didn't really have much interest in trying out the K9 Aide. We left the K9 Aide dish out for her all afternoon, but as we might have mentioned before-- she's pretty picky when it comes to what she likes to eat and drink, and where. It may have been the dish-- it may have been the fact that it was flavored, we're not really sure. While we might try again, at the end of the day, Paddy's pretty happy with just water. Honestly, sometimes she's just a simple pup.

We're not really sure if K9 Aide does everything it says, as it's kind of hard to evaluate the claims-- but it sounds like it might be a good investment, especially if your dog lives in a warm climate.

If you're interested in finding out more about K9 Aide or purchasing your own, visit their website

Wags & Kisses,
The Barkistas

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1 comment:

  1. if human needs first aid whenever they've got injured, of course pets need the same care. Its really nice to know that there is a first aid for our dearest pets.


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