At The Missing Link®, we believe that pets deserve to live the happy and healthy life that nature intended. That’s why we offer superfood solutions and healthy pet ingredients to pet parents to help fill the nutritional void created by most commercial pet foods.
Latte, my 3-legged, 115 lb., 2-year old Rottweiler has been on The Missing Link® Ultimate Canine Hip & Joint Formula for about 4 or 5 months now and WOW can we notice a difference! Not only is her back leg taking us on much longer walks to play with other dogs, but her coat is MUCH softer and looks great! She doesn’t shed as much and I always get compliments on how beautiful of a dog she is. Because of her back leg, we have to make sure she is getting all the right supplements and that’s where The Missing Link® re-assures us. Not only does it do wonders, but Latte loves the taste so much that she will lick her bowl till she gets every last morsel!
My four-year-old Jack Russell terrier, Jasper, was stricken with a possible bacterial infection that partially paralyzed his two front legs and shoulders. He had easily lost 80% of his ability to use his front limbs. A friend recommended The Missing Link®, and I decided that I would give it a try.. Two weeks into using The Missing Link®, I noticed that Jasper was able to walk just a little bit further. After five weeks and stopping all medications, I was giving Jasper The Missing Link® mixed with peanut butter daily. He has made the most incredible recovery. Once again, he is exhibiting the traits of a Jack Russell terrier, non-stop energy. There is no doubt in my mind that The Missing Link® has been instrumental in helping my dog. We will definitely continue with his daily regimen of The Missing Link®!
I just would like to say how much I love your supplements. I have a senior dog at home and when we adopted her, she would moan and groan from joint pain. She also had terrible skin issues due to lack of flea prevention and infection. After curing her skin condition, we noticed that our dog still had dry, itchy and flaky skin. I looked for a product and found yours. I am happy to say that her joints and skin are better than ever thanks to your skin and coat and hip and joint supplements. So thank you so much for making my dog feel young again and keeping her healthy. We love your products here!
This is Leo! He is a German spitz mix. He was diagnosed with alopecia, I was very sad. I tried all kinds of things to make his hair grow but nothing would work. It seemed to get worse! So my Vet told me to try The Missing Link® and I did. 3 months after using the product I noticed his hair stopped falling out, he started getting his dark color back, it was getting thick, and the best part it was extremely soft! It has also started to grow back. I finally found something that worked! I absolutely love it and so does Leo!
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May 15, 2017 by TML
While pounding the pavement for hours chasing balls or romping in the dog park might have been your puppy’s cup of tea, as your dog has gotten older, they have likely changed their exercise habits. As a fur parent, it’s important to adjust your routine to guarantee that your fur baby stays happy and healthy. […]
May 15, 2017 by TML
If your once boisterous pup is now a little sluggish or your ball-crazy retriever can’t fetch for quite as long, chances are your dog is entering his senior years. Senior dogs require a different level of care than younger dogs and pet parents should be aware of the changes happening in their pooch. Along with […]
May 15, 2017 by TML
As much as we don’t want to think about it, our furry friends age just like we do, and with getting older comes the need for special care and attention. Dogs age at different rates, but often show similar signs of aging. Let’s first look at what age your dog is considered a “senior,” then […]