Review: FetchFuel

FetchFuel is the easiest way to give joint & hip support to your dog.

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Gina’s Library of Reviews is happy to bring you this review of FetchFuel for your dogs.

My Thoughts on FetchFuel:

Our pets are part of the family and we want to take care of their health. Fetch fuel is an easy way to add glucosamine, omega-3 fatty acid. FetchFuel is formulated with glucosamine, omega-3 fatty acids, vitamins and minerals to support building healthy cartilage for their joints & hips. The omega fatty acids act as an anti-inflammatory and aid in absorption of these rich nutrients.

It’s very easy to give this to your pet. You simply add it to their food you already give to them. The serving size depends on the size of your dog:

Small up to 15lbs 1/2 squeeze a day

Medium 16 to 60 lbs 1 squeeze a day

Large over 60lbs 2 squeezes a day

FetchFuel is packed with 600mg of glucosamine to support joints & hips, as well as over 275mg of omega 3-6-9 fatty acids to help maintain mobility and a healthy skin & coat, and over 20 high quality vitamins & minerals to benefit your whole dog.

FetchFuel is a way of guaranteeing we are giving our dogs high quality and safe nutrition that we know works. We packed this nutrition in a tasty sauce we squeeze on their food each day to eliminate pills, powders and fattening treats. We all deserve nutrition for the Long Run. Our goal at FetchFuel is to create the highest quality, nutrient rich products to help dogs live their best day, every day.

You can purchase FetchFuel in 3 different ways:

18oz bottle for $29.95

5pk singles for $4.95 

10pk singles for $9.95

Connect with FetchFuel:

To learn more about FetchFuel or to purchase your own check them out on their website. You can even sign up for a free sample.

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  1. I’m so glad that I found this post– and, thank you for writing about this product! Our family dog, Sally– she’s my mother’s dog– is a Shih Tzu / Bichon Frise mix; about 8-9 years old. My mom adopted her when Sally was rescued as part of a puppy-mill shutdown. While in the puppy mill, Sally didn’t receive proper medical attention– some very simple and routine procedures would have prevented many of the health problems that she is dealing with now. For example, one of her front legs is crooked or “bent.” She has some problems with her joints, and I would guess that she might develop hip problems as well within a couple years. I’ll be passing this product review/info along to my mom– thank you so much!

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