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How to Use
Suggested amount:

1/2 - 1 level scoop for pets 1-29 lbs.
1 - 1 1/2 level scoops for 30-59 lbs. 
2 level scoops for 60 lbs and up.

Add to food twice daily for 6 weeks, then reduce to once daily.  

Nutritional therapies help the body heal from within by stimulating cells to repair damaged tissue.  This is a healing process, not just one which masks pain, and healing takes time.  Depending on your pet’s general health, it can take up to 6 weeks for DR. MOLLÉ'S JOINT REBOUND to reach a therapeutic level and for your pet to show noticeable improvement.

***Helpful Hints:  You may try mixing DR. MOLLÉ'S JOINT REBOUND™ with warm water or broth and pouring this over food.  You can also replace a portion of your pet's daily intake of DR. MOLLÉ'S JOINT REBOUND™ with special treats-- cookies made with Mrs. Mollé’s Marvelous Morsels recipe, which follows.  The recipe yields 120 cookies; 5 of these cookies equal 1 scoop of DR. MOLLÉ'S JOINT REBOUND™.
 

Tasty Treats*
*Although this recipe was formulated primarily for dogs, cats may also enjoy small pieces of these cookies as part of their daily intake of DR. MOLLÉ'S JOINT REBOUND™.


Mrs. Mollé’s Marvelous Morsels

4 c whole wheat flour (plus a small amount for kneading)

2 c oatmeal (not quick oats)

1 c cornmeal

¼ c ground flax seed

1 T cinnamon

1 ½ c DR. MOLLÉ'S JOINT REBOUND                 

1 c pumpkin puree

1 c tart cherry juice

½ c safflower or sunflower oil

2 eggs

½ c natural peanut butter* (Do not feed your pet—or yourself—hydrogenated peanut butter!)

 *If you are a non-peanut butter household, omit it and increase the amount of oil to achieve the consistency described in the recipe.

Mix the dry ingredients and add the combined liquids, along with the rest of the ingredients.  Mix well.  Adjust the amounts to achieve a dry-ish, knead-able mixture and turn this onto a floured surface.  Knead the dough until it’s nicely combined.  (This takes a very short time.)  Taking a large handful of the dough at a time, use both hands in a back-and-forth motion and roll the dough into several 1-inch “snakes.”  Slice off cookies that are ¼ inch thick and place them on an ungreased cookie sheet.  (They can be placed very close together.) 

Bake at 400 degrees for 13-15 minutes.  Let them cool and dry thoroughly on the cookie sheet so that they remain hard and dry, just like other dog biscuits.  Because there are no preservatives in this recipe, you may try keeping a week’s worth on your counter in a NON-airtight container and freezing the rest, making sure to let them dry out again when you remove them from the freezer. 

This recipe has been approved by Dr. Mollé and has Shelby’s bark of approval.   


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