Use Greenies Pill Pockets to make giving pills fun and quick
Dogs are less likely to reject pet medications when they're hidden inside Greenies Pill Pockets for Dogs, Peanut Butter, 30 Tablets - 6 Pack. Independent tests show that 95% of dogs successfully take their medications when they're inside one of these peanut butter-flavored treats.
Not only are Greenies Pill Pockets easy and convenient, they also have fewer calories than foods like cheese or peanut butter, which are commonly used by pet owners trying to get their pets to take their medications. If your pet needs to take a daily NSAID for arthritis pain, then Greenies Pill Pockets are the perfect way to make sure they take their medicine successfully.
Feed Greenies Pill Pockets in conjunction with the instructions that came with your pet's medication. Do not touch the Pill Pocket with the same hand that held the medicine to avoid transferring the taste and smell. Always make sure your pet has access to fresh water.
- Hold the treat with your thumb and forefinger. Using your other hand, insert the tablet, capsule, liquid, or powdered medication. Make sure all of the powder or liquid ends up inside the Pill Pocket.
- With the same hand that originally held the Pill Pocket, pinch the top half closed.
- Feed your dog the Pill Pocket like it was any other treat. Monitor your dog to make sure they eat the entire Pill Pocket.
Greenies Pill Pockets for Dogs, Peanut Butter, 30 Tablets - 6 Pack
- Healthier than using real peanut butter to hide medications
- Helps turn giving your dog pills into a positive experience
- Small Pill Pocket size for hiding tablets
- Makes dogs less likely to reject medications
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