I have a question…
So, I am going to try some collagen hydrolysate for myself, but I was wondering… since it is basically gelatin “on steroids” (not real steroids), and it is good for human hair, skin, nails, and joints, would it be good to add to Bruno’s food like maybe once/week (just a small sprinkle), since he is just 15.2 lbs. He is about 3 yrs old, terrier mix, with moderate to high energy and exercise level.
What do you all think? Have any of you tried it? I am going to be using the Great Lakes brand.InkedMarieMember
You know, I have a container of the GL collagen that I got for boone & forgot to put it in the dog cupboard!
Marie, since you had some for Boone, I will assume it is safe to give to dogs! 🙂
Do you (or anyone else) think it is too early to start adding it for Bruno, just for maintenance? Also, I was thinking of adding a tiny bit once/week, but I can add it daily to his water if needed, or just a few times/week? Any ideas and recommendations are welcome!
I am excited about trying the supplement myself, my boss said it really boosted her hair, skin, and nails, and I can definitely use that! 🙂InkedMarieMember
I did a search after posting yesterday; started Boone on it and I dont see why you can’t for bruno
Yay! I am excited! I got mine today and I’m sipping on some collagen-enriched tea and I put a little sprinkle in Bruno’s water bowl. Let’s see how this goes… I don’t know if I will necessarily see any results on Bruno, but at least he will be getting a little extra boost for his joints.
Hope it works for Boone too! 🙂Joy KMember
So, has the Collagen Hydrolysate helped your dogs?
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