Due to my experience with human supplements, I am always reluctant about dog supplements. Once I start adding a useful supplement, I find another could help with something else. Soon it spirals into a regimen of "take one tablet for this, two pills for this and a teaspoon for that." I prefer keeping routines simple for myself and for the dogs. So when I was asked by Ultimate Pet to try Rejeneril®, I hesitated. Did I really want to add another dog supplement? When I read the Rejeneril ingredients I realized that it covered some of the other supplements the dogs were taking. Giving the dogs Rejeneril actually would simplify our supplement regimen. The next question was would Rejeneril work. Dachshund Wilhelm, corgi Brychwyn and collie Huxley are three very different dogs. I didn't believe there was one just supplement that could help them all. Yet this trio of canines, diverse in size, age and health issues,* have all reaped the rewards of Rejeneril for dogs.
Huxley takes being a sensitive collie to a whole new level and has always had a delicate constitution. We try our very best to keep everything about Huxley's lifestyle, diet, exercise, stress, etc, in balance but his body always seems to find a way to slow his spirit down. That is, until we tried Rejeneril. All of Huxley's functions have remained well balanced for a record amount of time. When this young collie feels well, there is no stopping him. Sometimes I'm not sure that is exactly the best thing but I don't plan to stop giving him Rejeneril. In all honestly, I do like seeing Huxley be a vigorously vital dog and I'd like him to remain that way for years to come.
Brychwyn has had a mystery limp and joint stiffness since he was a puppy. The week that I began to give the dogs Rejeneril, Brychwyn's limp as well as just his general stiffness was dishearteningly bad. We cut back a little on activities but anyone who knows a Cardigan corgi, knows this isn't easy. Since less than one week into putting Rejeneril drops on Brychwyn's food, I haven't seen a sign of the limp, soreness or stiffness. All activities are back to normal. The only difference in our routine is the Rejeneril. Clearly it has helped Brychwyn's joints feel better. I couldn't be more pleased about what Rejeneril has done for Brychwyn's joint pain and I would guess that he is pretty happy about it too.
Wilhelm turned seven in August, officially becoming a senior dog. However, I saw signs of him slowing down before his birthday. Epic games of tug were no longer sagas worthy of a Tolstoy novel. Backyard chases abruptly ended with a dachshund on the porch, whining to go inside. Dog park trips began to seem pointless since all Wilhelm did was walk next to me in his obedience ring heel. Rejeneril turned back the clock. Wilhelm is back to out tugging, chasing and adventuring his younger Merle companions. The most impressive difference in Wilhelm on Rejeneril is his renewed endurance. He is truly like a puppy again.