Tuesday, 2 December 2014

Moss loves Move Easy dog food


We’ve been a little worried about our dog Moss recently. If he’s been on a long walk he comes home with a slight limp and I've affectionately nick named him Mr Limpy!  Springer Spaniels are thought to be a handful to own and need a lot of exercise so I worried when this started. True they can be quite springy when they are young but with the correct training, obedience and maturity they make the most affectionate clever companions and we were so lucky to have the opportunity to rescue him back in 2010. I guess he’s more than a pet to us and we treat him like another member of the family taking him on family holidays and spoiling him sometimes. But then any Spaniel owner will tell you they take over your life and your heart.


The ships dog on the Norfolk Broads with captain Derek Hurrell, October 2014

So off in search of some advice and help with this we decided to revisit a product that we’d introduced into his diet when we first rescued him. He was 11 months old then, dirty, smelly, full of ear mites, a parasite living in his stomach and generally run down. We started to add Bionic Biotic to his diet and I’m not sure why we actually stopped. We ordered a tub straight away to supplement his current food.


Moss loves Move Easy, November 2014

I contacted Pooch and Mutt to tell them all about Moss and our worries. Sam Southwell came back to me immediately and offered a free trial of Move Easy grain free, natural complete food. The bag arrived within a couple of days and we began to add this to his evening meals. We were amazed at how quickly the product worked, honestly within days his limping was going and we gave him lots of rest too. Moss loved it so much he removed some of his other food to search out the yummy salmon pieces! (see picture above) He finished the bag last week much to his frustration but I found that we could add it to our weekly shop at Ocado, which is so handy. You only have to show Moss the bag and he sits down and grins at you, he loves it and it has helped so much with his front leg and the Bionic Biotic has made his coat so shiny. It’s a routine now to add these to his evening meal but I have to admit he also has this as a treat too, which isn't a bad thing.


Move Easy grain free is a single-animal protein source, complete food for dogs who have mobility issues or who are highly active. It contains 45% salmon (one of nature’s richest sources of the omega 3 EFAs that are essential for joint well-being). Why grain free? Many dogs struggle to digest foods that are high in grains (including corn and wheat). Intolerance  to grain can manifest in many ways, such as digestive discomfort, itchy skin and sub-optimal health. Spaniels are known to have tummy problems but not with this food.

But don’t just take my word for it (of Moss) you can order a sample to try out on your dog and I’m sure you’ll see the difference just as we did, It’s the best decision we made.

3 comments:

Mitzi said...

Glad Moss is on the mend. We had similar problems with tummies and ears when we got our Cavies but they never complain and give unconditional love don't they. We wouldn't be without them now.

mamasmercantile said...

Dogs do take over don't they...I know our two standard poodles have. Glad to hear Moss is on the mend.

Amy at love made my home said...

I hope that Moss keeps feeling better, it is amazing how dogs get into your heart isn't it! xx