Christmas Healthy Chewy Treats with ‘The Healthy Tails’

From knowing the origin of dogs to what is known of them now, evolution has changed its course in a long way! Canus Lupus, known as our lovable pet with four paws now; is one of humanity’s first domesticated animals. But the history of dogs did not start as what it is now. Canus Lupus or the ‘grey wolf’ started its journey in partnership with Homosapiens. They helped each other with hunting and finding food to survive in the harsh wild. Eventually, with time the grey wolf became less frightening and fearful as it stayed in association with human beings. Then these wolves started providing us humans protection from other wild animals.

With time, the emergence of kennel clubs & dog shows during England’s Victorian era, these dog types were categorized into breeds. From here started the journey of dog breeds and their hybrids. Given the short history of dogs and their relationship with humans, we now are incomplete without them. From starting the day with our joyful pets licking our faces to feeding them and playing with them – we have come a long way from their descendants - the majestic grey wolf.

Overall health wellness is crucial for every living being on earth. We definitely cannot compromise when it comes to our pets with whom we spend our daily life with priceless memories! During winters, pets require premium care. Keeping them indoors with cozy and fuzzy blankets around their beds with proper jackets while stepping outside for walks is essential. Always keep in mind to note their diet plan and the changes related to it. Discuss with your veterinarian about your pet’s diet plan. It is as important as us checking with our doctors. Keep check of their calories and supplement intake. Choose the perfect supplement for your pet in terms of the quality of ingredients in it. While living in between the deadly Covid-19, we must ensure the safety of our pets as there is a chance of Covid-19 might get transferred to our pets as well. If you sense that your pet is not in a healthy condition, consult your vet as soon as possible! Get to know how to take care of your pets in the middle of the Covid-19 pandemic:

Pets are naturally young at heart but lose some of that happy-go-lucky spirit when their joints start to get weak and become stiff. They are often reluctant to climb stairs, jumping or playing. As joints get worse, even the simplest of tasks seem to be herculean to them. Some dog breeds are more prone to arthritis than others due to various reasons such as genetic predisposition, joint stress, trauma, obesity, infection, and age factor. While setting a proper routine for pets, we must include playtime and a nutritious, healthy diet so that the immune system remains uncompromised and the bones remain strong. These small treats (soft chews) for dogs contains powerful active ingredients that enhance the functions of joint and connective tissue. They also contain antioxidants along with omega-3 fatty acids, zinc, and vitamin C to help reduce oxidative stress.


The perfect blend is needed for pets in which maximum joint support is given that targets all areas of joint health: cartilage, synovial fluid, connective tissues, flexibility, joint supporting muscle, and bone health. The joint max TS proprietary blend was selected to target every aspect of joint health: lubrication, cushioning of tissues, and support of cartilage, connective tissues, and bones. To know more about Joint Max Triple Strength Soft Chews, click here:

Pets have no words but contain a multitude of emotions; we observe their actions and we try to infer what they are thinking! We always get to know what our pets are eating and when they are not feeling well. Winters are just around the corner with Christmas and New Year’s insight. Receiving and presenting gifts of warmth, happiness, and good health is the true Christmas essence. Give the love and nutrition your dogs deserve with Joint Max Soft Chews for a long and healthy life for your quarantine partner, so when the time of long outdoor walks comes wagging again, they’d stay safe and have their immunity restored for the chilly winter evenings. As pet parents, we are solely accountable for taking care of our pets and we must do it responsibly.


Let us know in the comments section about the problems which your pet is facing and we will get back to you with an answer.


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