Video Testimonial - German Shepherd Dogs

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WoofWell® GERMAN SHEPHERD DOG Health Support Supplement

WoofWell® Health Support Supplement for GERMAN SHEPHERD DOGS is a Breed-Specific Supplement in the form of a bacon-flavored soft chew, uniquely formulated by veterinarians and dog health scientists to harness the health support power of the exact combination of ingredients in precise quantities to create the very best supplement for German Shepherds that supports German Shepherd hip and joint health, connective tissue and elbow functions, and helps maintain normal eye function and healthy vision development over their lifetime.

WoofWell® Dog Health supplements help address the most urgent German Shepherd health issues to care for this intelligent, loyal, and loving breed.

  • Helps support German Shepherd joint health and flexibility, maintain healthy elbows and hips, and to relieve occasional joint stiffness.
  • Enhances the functions of joint and connective tissue to support peak performance using the best source of Glucosamine and Chondroitin for German Shepherd Dogs.
  • Helps maintain normal eye function, healthy vision development, and long-term ocular health.
  • Supports German Shepherd skin health with Omega 3’s

German Shepherds have been used as Working dogs, Guard dogs, and companions for hundreds of years. They are loyal, intelligent, and beautiful. Enjoy some fun facts about these awesome dogs!

The german Shepherd Dog has gone by many names: In the dogs country of origin Germany, they are called Deutscher Shaferhund. However in England and Ireland, the dog is often referred to as an Alsatian.

The first dogs trained as guide dogs to aid the blind were German Shepherd Dogs

Many dog breeds originate from the German Shepherd Dog. Even though many are not recognized by the organizations like the AKC, many different dogs have been bred from German Shepherds including the King Shepherd, Shiloh Shepherd, and the White Swiss Shepherd Dog also known as the Berger Blanc Suisse

German Shepherd Dogs like every breed, have unique health support needs and concerns.

It’s common for German Shepherds to have issues with Hip and Joint issues, cataracts, or itchy dry skin at some point in their life. Bloat is also a concern due to their size and deep chest.

The good news is with good diet and supplementation, and careful care of your sweet pup the chance for these problems can be greatly minimized throughout their life.

Science has come a long way in providing ways to better care for our dogs. It’s important that we take advantage of this by ensuring that your German Shepherd is getting everything it needs in it’s diet to live a long, healthy life and minimize the chance of long term health concerns. A great way to do this is supplementation. Most Pet diets do not contain important ingredients like Glucosamine and Chondroitin that has been shown to aid in the preservation of the hips and joints of dogs.

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