These pill pockets are vet recommended and are made only using natural ingredients along with trace nutrients.
These pill pockets offer a smarter and tastier way to help your pet take their medicine. Your dog will begin to enjoy taking their pills, rather than resisting or dreading the experience.
All you need to do to give your dog their medication is pinch off as much or as little as you need. You can then use what you’ve pinched off to create pouches for your pet’s medication.
These pill pockets are peanut-butter flavored, so you won’t need to worry about your dog sniffing out the medicine inside this delicious treat.
These pill pockets contain natural ingredients with fewer calories than most human foods and comparable pill hiders.
These pill pockets are easy to give and easy to take. They are designed to make hiding pills easy, while not requiring a large amount of shaping that can leave you with greasy hands.
The big thing to decide when choosing a pill pocket, along with whether you prefer one that’s already put together or if you would rather have one that you can cut and assemble yourself, is what flavor you want for your dog. The two most common flavors to see are peanut butter and chicken. Both are popular among a wide range of dogs, but only you know your pet well enough to determine which flavor they will most enjoy. You can always buy one of each flavor and compare them with each other to see which your dog most prefers.
Another thing to decide is how many pill pockets you want to buy. It’s usual to get between 30 and 50 servings in each purchase. Some larger quantities may be available as well. These choices might be a better option if your dog takes medicine more regularly or if you need to supply pill pockets for more than one dog.
You might be curious about what ingredients are used in the creation of pill pockets. What’s most common to see is a combination of natural ingredients and trace nutrients. These pill pockets may even be recommended by veterinarians. Another health concern might be how many calories each pill pocket has. While we can’t give you specific numbers, we can tell you that there is a low-calorie option on this list, and we’ll make sure to point that one out to you once we get there.
Lastly, you may want to consider what (if any) other health benefits are offered to your dog from taking the pill pockets. We spoke above about the low-calorie option that you’ll read about later in the article. Some other pill pockets may help to promote digestive and immune health, while others have been shown to improve your dog’s overall health and mobility. Regardless of which pill pocket you end up choosing, you can have peace of mind from knowing that the creators of these pill pockets have your dog’s best interests in mind.
A: Yes, pill pockets are made to cover up both the smell and taste of the medicine that’s wrapped inside. Of course, there’s a chance that the pill becomes uncovered while the treat is in your dog’s mouth. However, the expectation is that the dog will be so distracted by (and excited about) the treat that it will swallow the pill without even realizing that they have done so.
A: It depends on which pill pocket you purchase, but usually it isn’t very challenging. Some pill pockets will come pre-assembled—in other words, you simply take one from the bag, place your pill inside the cavity, and fold or pinch it closed before giving it to your dog. Other pill pockets will need to be cut before giving them to your dog. The nice thing about these rolls is that they allow you to choose as much (or as little) treat as you need to wrap your dog’s pill. You won’t feel wasteful when wrapping small pills, and you won’t have a hard time wrapping larger pills.