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Is your companion quietly suffering? Look for the signs below to tell if your companion is uncomfortable:
• Limping – Your pet limps or tends to favor one or more of his legs. In many cases, the limping will be more pronounced when your dog first gets up from lying down. It may then become less noticeable as he walks around and gets warmed up.
• Having Difficulty Moving Around – Your dog no longer jumps on the couch or has a difficult time climbing or descending stairs.
• Tiredness – You notice that your daily walks with your dog have become shorter. You may also notice your dog is sleeping for longer periods of time.
• Irritability – You may notice this when petting or otherwise touching your dog in places that normally do not cause irritability.
Did You Know… Glucosamine is a natural substance found in all healthy cartilage. Cartilage is the connective tissue that helps cushion your dog’s joints. But over time, cartilage usually breaks down from normal wear or injury, and often leads to joint discomfort.
The Solution… When your pet companion suffers, a LIQUID glucosamine is recommended. Glucosamine is widely available and commonly used in both animals and humans, and it also comes in different forms. But studies have indicated that absorption into the body is fastest and most efficient when taken in liquid form. Many glucosamine pills you find on the market contain a great deal of binders, fillers and coatings that do not provide help to the joints and may in fact interfere with the absorption process. (That beef flavor coating on those store bought glucosamine tablets might fool your dog into taking the pill, but it could be causing more problems than it’s worth.) In addition, there is research that discovered some tablet forms of glucosamine don’t fully dissolve after ingestion. In some cases, up to half remains undissolved. And if your dog is older, digestive systems in elderly dogs can have difficulty in breaking down tablets and chews. With a top-quality liquid glucosamine, it's easy to pour over food, and you know it's really getting into the joint – where it needs to go for support with repair and flexibility.
Directions: For daily use, refer to dosage chart below.
Note: Dosage can be increased with the advice of your
veterinarian. Shake well before use. For easy application,
dose may be added to animal food or water.
Servings Per Container: Minimum 32 - 96
Storage: STORE IN A COOL, DRY PLACE. Best if refrigerated
Caution: Do not consume if tamper resistant seal is
broken or missing. KEEP CAP TIGHTLY CLOSED. KEEP
OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN AND ANIMALS TO AVOID