Veterinary formulated, for dogs and cats over 12 weeks 60 soft chews, wheat free. Clinically tested.
For dogs and cats that show problems with the musculoskeletal system.
- Joint pain
- Muscle stiffness
Efficacy confirmed in a clinical study at the University of Minnesota (US). For complete information about study click here. Natural product – nutraceutical.
- Pets on the test supplement had 2.6 greater odds of showing an increase in activity after 25 days of treatment (relative to baseline activity), compared to pets on a placebo.
- Twenty eight days following the baseline period, pets on the test supplement showed a trending decrease in owner-reported average pain, compared to pets on the placebo. This trend continued on day 48. Similar patterns were found for owner-reported current level of their dog’s pain, lowest level of their dog’s pain, and highest level of their dog’s pain.
Brewer’s Yeast, Glycerine, Potato Flake, Full Fat Linseed, Glucosamine HCl (7.4%), Methylsulfonylmethane (7.4%), Rape Seed Oil, Chondroitin Sulphate (3.7%), Green Lipped Mussel (3.1%), Boswellia Serrata (1.3%), Yucca Schidigera (1.3%), Maltodextrin, Tapioca, Hyaluronic Acid (0.08%).
Zinc Sulphate (3b604) 972mg/kg
Natural Antioxidants and Preservatives
Natural Chicken Liver Powder and Bacon Powder
Fat Content ……….13.31%
Crude Ash ……….4.77%
DAILY FEEDING GUIDE
For Dogs and Cats Over 12 Weeks of Age.
Double the daily amount for the first 3 weeks. Daily amount can be divided between AM & PM. Do not exceed triple the daily amount in a 12 hour period. Allow 2 two 4 weeks for optimal results. Store in a cool, dry place. Fresh drinking water should always be available.
Up to 4 kg – 1 Soft Chew (2.4 g) Daily
5 kg to 17 kg – 3 Soft Chews Daily
18 kg to 36 kg- 4 – 5 Soft Chews Daily
36 kg and more – 6 Soft Chews Daily
Clinically tested in a Double_Blind Placebo Controlled Joint Study Conducted by the University of Minnesota. *Dogs on the test supplement had 2.6 greater odds of showing an increase in activity after 25 days (relative to baseline activity), compared to dogs on a placebo. Results may vary.