That was 6 weeks ago. In that time I’ve gone from anal gland dealings once a week to once TOTAL, and that was only because I thought something had to be wrong because she hadn’t scooted or licked or acted uncomfortable by them in that whole time. When I DID check her glands, the smell was GONE. GONE!!!! GASP!
Anyone who deals with these issues from your dog will know how significant that is. Needless to say we are hooked, and I’m keeping some stock of it at HH in case it might work for anyone else. Warning it’s pricey, but we are able to sell it for less than what’s on their website, and if I’m being honest it pays for itself in the savings from not going to the vet for anal gland issues. AND I found out just last week that Zignature is about to go up on their pricing, so it’s going to end up being comparable to their Kangaroo and Goat anyways.
This is a small company, there are only a few flavors, and it’s recommended for dogs with digestive issues and weight management (it’s low glycemic and no potatoes). It comes straight from the manufacturer (doesn’t sit in a warehouse and come to us from a distributor) in Colorado, and the formula is just DIFFERENT than the other foods I’ve seen. I don’t read dog food labels as a hobby but I do care a lot about them because it’s so important for our boarding dogs at HH to eat their meals (because they’re burning calories in all-day-play) so I guess I do take more of an interest/curiosity in what’s in them than most. This is the first company I’ve seen to include a thorough explanation on each product page of its website not only of the ingredients but what their function is and why they were chosen, even all the way down to the material in the BAG that holds the food! Here’s the biggest thing though – if you dig through the internet about this food, you can’t find anything bad about it. It is featured over and over again in top lists and rave reviews from consumers and pet food reviewers specifically relating to the issues I mentioned.