When I received an email offering the opportunity to review the Kinn Kudose pet pill concealer, I was pretty excited. We were trying a new pain pill for the dogs (arthritis) and it was a pain to break in half. I thought the Kudose would help us out, but that’s not exactly what it does – it offers a new way to give a dog medicine.
I was going to return it, but an unscheduled trip to the vet to investigate a rash on Rodrigo’s back provided us with an opportunity to use the Kinn Kudose for what it was created for – to transform Rodrigo’s medication into treats. I was told that the best way to give a dog medicine was within a dollup of peanut butter, but maybe Kudose would be better OR at least a great alternative when our dogs figured out the peanut butter trick (which Rodrigo did a week later).
But back to the Kinn Kudose, a product created by “people who want to strengthen the relationship between pets and their families” and who also focus on the health, wellness and happiness of our pets.
The Kudose didn’t work for us, because our dogs aren’t used to taking capsules; Rodrigo just smelled it, licked it once, then walked away (but this was after a few days taking medication, he wasn’t going to be fooled again). The Kinn Kudose takes our pet’s pills, helps us split them, and then turn them into a capsule using a yummy flavor that our dogs will love. See the video below…
The Kinn Kudose didn’t work for us, because the jig was up, Rodrigo figured out that he was being made to take medication and would only accept cookies from us. It took lots of baby talk to get him to finish his prescription. Next time, we’ll have the Kinn Kudose ready so that we can start him off with yummy treats, instead of yucky medicine.
In the mean time, I can use the Kinn Kudose to create yummy treats for all of our dogs. What appeals me about this is the ability to easily mix fish oil or coconut oil with their treat recipe. The Kinn Kudose site has a recipe collection to help dog owners get started.