JOINTSURE SENIOR Hip & Joint Supplements for Dogs - Pack of 60 Tablets- Soothes Joints, Aids Mobility - High Levels of Glucosamine & Green Lipped Mussel (packaging may vary)
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Keeping your dog at their ideal weight can also help with protecting their joints and keeping joint issues at bay. This can be done through a combination of being on the correct diet, without too many treats, and exercise. This type of tablet is great for giving you peace of mind that your dog is getting all the vitamins and minerals they need, especially in young and developing dogs, which may not always get it directly from their diets. Reduced Activity - If your dog is less willing to engage in physical activities they once enjoyed, such as playing fetch or going for walks, it could be due to joint discomfort.
Moreau M, Dupuis J, Bonneau NH, et al. Clinical evaluation of a powder of quality elk velvet antler for the treatment of osteoarthrosis in dogs.Can Vet J2004;45(2):133-139.
It also boosts digestion and immunity thanks to a careful balance of nutrients including artichoke help maintain optimum fitness and aid nutrient absorption. Designed for dogs up to 15kg, the simple one-a-day formula of YuMove Tablets makes it easy to get the supplements into your dog with the minimum of fuss. Shaped like a treat, simply give it to your dog as part of their daily treat routine, or sneak into their food if you have to. If your dog needs to lose a few kilos, you can find weight management food in our condition-specific dog food range. Make the home joint safe When it comes to exercising your dog, doing something every day is best, rather than just going for long walks at the weekend and doing no exercise during the week. A combination of different exercises is also a good idea as it can work your dog in different ways, whether this is running, lead walking, swimming and more.
Jumping down onto a different surface - Jumping from hard to soft, or soft to slippery, can cause injury – what’s called ‘eccentric contractions’, leading to twists, strains and sprains. It’s best to train your pup to “wait” for you and lift them onto your furniture yourself. But it's not just large breeds that can be prone to joint issues, smaller, active breeds can easily damage their joints, causing issues in later years. ObesityExercise is just as important for dogs as it is for humans; too much or too little can cause joint issues. Too little can lead to obesity, which can be a significant factor in causing joint issues, too much can cause joint damage.
Boileau C, Martel-Pelletier J, Caron J, et al. Protective effects of total fraction of avocado/soybean unsaponifiables on the structural changes in experimental dog osteoarthritis: inhibition of nitric oxide synthase and matrix metalloproteinase-13.Arthritis Res Ther2009;11(2):R41. It's also a good idea to provide dog joint supplements if your pet is particularly active. As all that bouncing about can have a negative affect on joints in the long run. The Best Joint Supplements for Dogs Rialland P, Bichot S, Lussier B, et al. Effect of a diet enriched with green-lipped mussel on pain behavior and functioning in dogs with clinical osteoarthritis.Can J Vet Res2013;77(1):66-74. Just like humans, a dog's body will naturally start to deteriorate with age. Unfortunately, this is all part of the natural ageing process and can lead to arthritis. The older a dog gets the more likely it will develop joint problems. Although there's nothing you can do about this natural process, you can help them to stay active by caring for their joints throughout their life. Breed
What age is best for supplements?
Our range of dog joint supplements include products that are suitable for dog's young and old. These supplements can be given to give your dog relief, or as a preventative measure. If your dog's joint problem continues even with supplementing, speak to your vet. Simple changes like ensuring your dog has soft bedding that's low to the ground and using ramps to get in and out of the car can help an older dog. You can also lay rugs down on hard flooring in areas that your dog often walks through. When playing fetch, keep your throw low to the ground so your dog isn't tempted to jump, especially if your dog is very young or in their senior years