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Although Kelly is nearly 10 years old, she still runs and jumps like a pup.
Photo by Jennifer May
(photo by Jennifer May)
Our yellow lab, Hudson, however, was slow and arthritic by the time he was 10. At the time, I didn’t know as much about quality dog food as I do now. I often wonder if I’d fed him better quality food, if it would have improved his health.
Recently I attended a briefing by Pet md and Hill’s Science Diet and learned about My Bowl for dogs, which helped me visualize nutritional needs for pets. Also, now that I’m dieting with my dog, I’ve discovered how quality ingredients in pet food can affect our dogs’ health and weight. And if you have a pet with mobility issues, you might want to check out Hills Healthy Mobility. You can even have your dog try and see. Just take the Hills Healthy Mobility Challenge. All you do is sign up for free $30 Hill’s Healthy Mobility Coupon  try the food for 30 days, and report back your results. You’ll also be entered in a sweepstakes to win one of 30 prizes of free pet food for a year!

Kelly may be spry now, but I’m sure to keep an eye on her as she enters her doggy silver years. I want to keep those bones and joints strong for as long as possible.
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