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WoofWell Brings the First Breed-Specific Supplement for Dog’s Health & Wellness

Featured on Modern Living with Kathy Ireland®

AUSTIN, Texas – January 21, 2021 – (

WoofWell is the world’s first holistic supplement uniquely formulated for dog’s individual breeds’ health and wellness. Dog lovers everywhere know that not all breeds share the same health concerns; some dogs are prone to hip and joint problems while others struggle with their vision or other ailments. Setting itself apart from the general run of dog supplements, WoofWell addresses the particular health concerns common in individual breeds and targets those health concerns specifically.

“Some breeds are more prone to seasonal allergies than others,” said Heather Simon, founder of WoofWell.

Working to address the most common health concerns of those breeds, WoofWell developed a formula to combat these breed-specific problems.

“Some breeds are more at risk of age-related joint mobility issues. And some breeds are at higher risk than others for various eye health issues,” she said. “Unique formulations address the most common multiple health concerns of those breeds in a single soft-chew supplement.”

Targeted ingredients in WoofWell support vibrant health in your pet. Formulas are currently available for German Shepherds, French Bulldogs, Golden Retrievers, and Yorkshire Terriers.

Breed-specific formulations mean targeted support for individual dog breeds. German Shepherds tend to experience hip and joint issues. WoofWell’s formula supports hip and joint health and maintains healthy eye function for this breed. For French Bulldogs, WoofWell targets immune system support, helps maintain normal histamine levels, and guards against seasonal allergies, a common occurrence for this breed.

Combined with powerful natural ingredients, vitamins, and minerals that dogs require for optimal health, WoofWell is a robust preventative care supplement for daily use.

WoofWell also provides a power-food treat, suitable for all dog breeds. Containing ingredients you can pronounce like chickpeas, kale, apples, and blueberries. These on-the-go snacks promise no soy, no corn, and no wheat.

On January 21, 2021, WoofWell is being featured as sponsored content on Modern Living with Kathy Ireland®. Focusing on the hottest trends in the health and home industries, this B2C lifestyle series brings solutions and breakthroughs to consumers worldwide. Airing on WEtv and Bloomberg Internationally, tune in to learn how WoofWell is helping dogs live happier, healthier lives, one supplement at a time.

About WolfWell

Based in Austin, TX, WolfWell supplements are created by dog lovers for dog lovers, to give the absolute best nutritional support to a man’s best friend. WoofWell supplements are made in the USA in an FDA-registered GMP facility.  

Working in conjunction with both veterinarians and the National Animal Supplement Council (NASC), WoofWell has earned the NASC Quality Seal, an approval only granted to supplements that reach the most stringent standards of quality and purity in the animal supplement industry.

Dedicated to the well-being of dogs, WoofWell is moving toward a national launch with several distributors and pet supply chains; be on the lookout for WoofWell breed-specific supplements at a trusted pet supplier near you. For more information about WoofWell, visit

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