Supplementing the Health of Your Four-Legged Family Member

An Honest Review of Wolf Spring’s Food Boosters

I’m going to venture out on a limb and guess that you love your four-legged family member(s) just as much as I love mine. (Spoiler: IT’S A LOT!!)

And because you love them so very much, you spend a considerable amount of time worrying about their health and wellness. Are they eating enough? Are they eating too much? Was that a sneeze, or are they just goofing around? Was that your imagination, or are they limping a little? Are you taking them for enough walks? Do they get enough socialization? Are they bored? Do they need more enrichment to keep their minds challenged? And for goodness sake, what did they just eat out of the backyard?!?

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It’s easy to go overboard and analyze every little movement or sound your dog makes because they can’t verbally tell you when something doesn’t feel right. (Wouldn’t it be so much easier if they could?!?) Instead, the best thing we can do is put a health-conscious and well-researched diet, schedule, and veterinary plan in place from the get-go, and then trust our instincts. Remember that you’re around your dog every day, so call your vet if you feel something is off!

During my own research for my dogs’ diet and the best dog supplements, I came across Wolf Spring, a company offering water and plant-based non-GMO diet boosters designed by veterinarians to specifically support dogs of various ages and stress levels.

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It’s easy to go overboard and analyze every little movement or sound your dog makes because they can’t verbally tell you when something doesn’t feel right. (Wouldn’t it be so much easier if they could?!?) Instead, the best thing we can do is put a health-conscious and well-researched diet, schedule, and veterinary plan in place from the get-go, and then trust our instincts. Remember that you’re around your dog every day, so call your vet if you feel something is off!

During my own research for my dogs’ diet and the best dog supplements, I came across Wolf Spring, a company offering water and plant-based non-GMO diet boosters designed by veterinarians to specifically support dogs of various ages and stress levels.

Wolf Spring Food Boosters

They offer four different types of food boosters: 

  • Puppy – Includes Vitamin E, Iron, Brussel Sprouts, Inulin Agave, and Coconut Water – Formulated to help puppies grow strong, develop robust immune systems, and keep them hydrated and healthy as they explore the world around them.
  • Adult –  Includes Brussel Sprouts, Glucosamine, Potassium, Inulin Agave, and Coconut Water – Formulated to support joints, digestion, heart health, and an active lifestyle as your dogs enter into adulthood. 
  • Senior – Includes Brussel Sprouts, Glucosamine, Hemp, Antioxidant, and Coconut Water – Formulated to reduce achy hips and joints, keeping your aging dog comfortable and happy as their bodies begin to show some wear and tear.
  • Calming – Chamomile, L-Theanine, L-Tryptophan, and Coconut Water – Formulated to keep your dog calm by reducing their panic triggers and helping them relax in situations that might otherwise cause them stress and fear.
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Wolf Spring Food Boosters

They offer four different types of food boosters: 

  • Puppy – Includes Vitamin E, Iron, Brussel Sprouts, Inulin Agave, and Coconut Water – Formulated to help puppies grow strong, develop robust immune systems, and keep them hydrated and healthy as they explore the world around them.
  • Adult –  Includes Brussel Sprouts, Glucosamine, Potassium, Inulin Agave, and Coconut Water – Formulated to support joints, digestion, heart health, and an active lifestyle as your dogs enter into adulthood. 
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  • Senior – Includes Brussel Sprouts, Glucosamine, Hemp, Antioxidant, and Coconut Water – Formulated to reduce achy hips and joints, keeping your aging dog comfortable and happy as their bodies begin to show some wear and tear.
  • Calming – Chamomile, L-Theanine, L-Tryptophan, and Coconut Water – Formulated to keep your dog calm by reducing their panic triggers and helping them relax in situations that might otherwise cause them stress and fear.

Since Wolf Spring is made from a combination of plants, vitamins, and amino acids, it’s 100% natural, effective, and delicious (although I can’t say that I personally tried it to verify that). And, because they come in liquid (water-based) form, it’s super easy to incorporate into your dog’s diet at whatever level you and your veterinarian decide is best! You can add it into their food – the recommended delivery method – or freeze it into ice cubes for a fun and enriching treat. 

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Our Experience with Wolf Spring

I had the opportunity to try this out with my two dogs and was pretty excited to see the results. I added it to their food per Wolf Spring’s recommendation, and they did not seem to be turned off by the smell or taste. I can’t say that I saw any immediate results (because I was using the age-based formula), but my guess is that it will take some time to see an increase in energy or a boost in their overall health. However, I have heard that the calming formula gives great quick results for high-stress dogs. If you’re about to take a car ride with your dog, head to the vet, take them in for a grooming, have a thunderstorm on the way, or have a dog that suffers from separation anxiety, then the Calming Booster may be something you want to look into.

Now, all of this is well and good, but remember: Every Dog is Different (just like humans)! Your dog may not like Wolf Spring’s Food Booster, or it may take a bit more research to determine the right fit for your dog’s health. However, after seeing some positive results with my own four-legged family members, I feel quite comfortable recommending it if you’re looking to further enrich the health and wellness of your canine best friend(s). 

Check out their website today to learn more.

Aly DelaCoeur, UW-AAB
Aly DelaCoeur, UW-AAB is one of the founders of Wag Enabled (originally Why Does My Dog). Aly has a certificate in applied animal behavior through the University of Washington and is a certified veterinary assistant and AKC Evaluator. She aims to provide an unbiased perspective on dog training by providing practical, intelligent, and caring advice for people to impart on their canine companions