|Top Ingredients||Active Ingredients: (Per 1 Ml) A Proprietary Blend Containing Extracts of Certified Organic Alfalfa 1:4, Yucca Root 1:4, Burdock Root 1:4...||Methylsulfonylmethane, Glucosamine Sulfate2kci (Shrimp/Crabexoskeleton), Vitamin C...||Active Ingredients: USA Veg Glucosamine, Omega 3 Fish Oil, Vitamin E. Inactive Ingredients: All Natural Savory Flavor...||Organic Coconut, Organic Turmeric Root, Organic Black Pepper||Proprietary Blend: (Per 1 Capful, i.e. 1 oz) Glucosamine Sulfate (shellfish), Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM)...|
|Breed Size||Extra Small Breeds, Small Breeds, Medium Breeds...||Extra Small Breeds, Small Breeds, Medium Breeds...||Extra Small Breeds, Small Breeds, Medium Breeds...||Extra Small Breeds, Small Breeds, Medium Breeds...||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds|
|Health Feature||Hip & Joint Support||Hip & Joint Support||Heart Care, Hip & Joint Support||Hip & Joint Support, Vitamins & Minerals||Hip & Joint Support|
|Lifestage||Puppy, Kitten, Adult, Senior||Adult, Senior||Puppy, Adult, Senior||Adult||Adult|
|Special Diet||—||—||Human-Grade, Limited Ingredient Diet, Non-GMO||Grain-Free, Organic, Non-GMO||—|
I rarely ever write reviews, but I had to say something about this joint supplement! I have a 2 year old Munchkin and a 15 year old Snow Bangle. They are both very lively kitties and love to jump up to high areas and hop down, run around like crazy and play a lotttt, despite ones age and the others stature. I thought getting this product would just help them out a little bit as munchkins and old cats are known to have some joint problems. But I will say.. that I lovvvee this product and have never seen them more mobile and playful. I no longer see any signs of joint issues in either of my kitties. This product is wonderful and I highly recommend it! Give it some time to do its job, but even after one use you see a huge difference! Cant wait to get my next bottle, Ill be sticking to this supplement for a long long time! Do keep in mind that some pets may not like the taste and it does have a slight medicine-like smell, but my cats eat anything so they dont have much of a problem with it. If your pet is a picky eater, it may be a problem. But you can also put it in their water if they wont eat it with their food!:)
The medicine SEEMS to be working well. Our Savanah SEEMS to be having less inflamation, walking better. We will hopefully see more improvement in the next few weeks.
This is easy to administer (in wet food) and my 8 year old's hip dysplasia and arthritis has been doing really well on it. He still has a slow day occasionally when getting up, but that is to be expected. Great results! Highly recommend.
I used this supplement toward the end of and in between working my dog off of a steroid. It takes a few dosages plus to help her be able to stand and somewhat walk. She is an older Corgi who has joint issues that one day decided she wasn't going to get up and stand at all. An unplanned trip to Vet resulted in 2 weeks on a steroid. The steroid helped short term but created other health issues. Not sure it was a good idea to use in between the gaps but there are no available Vets in my area that practice Integrative Medicine and I reside in a very populated part of Ohio. I still need to find a long-term solution supplement that she can tolerate so she can stand and move. I believe this Joint Support is only for short term use since it contains licorice. I understand some basic herbal but I really don't know for sure. The feeding instructions need to include more information please!
My 13 yr old pit was struggling with hip issues, falling back on his rear as he squatted to go #2 and took great effort to get on the couch. He hasn't gotten on the bed in 6 months because it is higher than the couch. After 2 to 3 doses, he has been able to jump over 3 ft railing and hasn't lost hi balance getting on the couch. I figured it would take a week or two to have any affect. To our surprise, it was 3 days to see an improvement. Well worth trying if your pup and kitty is aging and having joint stiffness or weakness.
Have an 11y/o blue heeler, difficulty walking due to arthritis, won’t eat chews or pills! This stuff works great-up moving well & playing with 6 mo old puppy like he was 2 again!
We give this to our dog for joint pain, seems to help her
Not sure it's doing any good. I have a great Pyrenees that will not eat at all if I put this on her food. My other four senior dogs are not showing any signs that this is effective after one month.
Chewy is the best! Always willing to help with any order.