I used to have to crush my dog's arthritis medicine and mix it in with a tin of wet food to get her to take it. This is so much easier, and she loves them - probably because they stink to high heaven! I highly recommend this product.
Review by Michelle Hendrix
These treats have proved fantastic, especially for giving capsules, which are not easy to get a small dog to swallow and which used to involve quite a struggle, usually ending up with the capsules split and most of the content on the kitchen floor tiles. The vivitreats are very easy to mould around the tablet/capsule and my dog absolutely loves them. She now waits eagerly by the kitchen cupboard every morning until she has had them.
Review by Vicki Goodwin
My dig has to take tablets twice a day and nothing seemed to work. The vivitreat is very easy to use as it masks the tablet. This makes it easy for me to pop it into her mouth and she will swallow. No more spitting it out! Great product!!
Review by Irena Padol
I bought this product for my lurcher who has recently been diagnosed with heart disease and has to take many, many pills! When offered the treat she turned her nose up at it and would not touch it. She can be quite fussy when it comes to treats so I tried (an "empty") one on our cocker spaniel; he wolfed it down in a second. I don't think I would buy these again as I have found that pills wrapped in cooked chicken pieces do just as well (and are a lot cheaper). However, if you don't have a fussy dog, these would be ideal to avoid the potential mess and frustration of trying to medicate your dog. The treats were easy to mould and were pleasant to handle.
Review by Lucinda Robinson
A brilliant product! I do miss the wrestling sessions though . . .
Review by Collette Drifte
My dog has Cushings disease, which involves six pills a day. I used to try and hide them in her food, hoping she would not find them and spit them out. The vivitreats are soft, malleable, and can be shapped around the pill. The main point, she loves them and I have no problem with her taking pills.
Review by Christian Cundall