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Vets Kitchen Active Joints Glucosamine Sauce
Product Code: 58001
DescriptionVets Kitchen Active Joints Glucosamine Sauce is a delicious additive that can be added to your dog’s food to help maintain and improve the long term health of your dog’s joints. Created by vet Joe Inglis and Gold-medal winning swimmer and glucosamine expert David Wilkie, this formula contains high levels of glucosamine, chondroitin, hyaluronic acid, collagen and MSM, in a sauce that tastes of chicken. It is the easy way to add these supplements to your dog’s food and contains no artificial colours or flavours. Simply add to your dog’s main meal once a day! This size of bottle offers 30 days cover for a 20kg dog.
Feeding guidelines: Vet's Kitchen Active Joints sauce is best fed as part of your dog's main meal, once a day.1 x 5ml spoonful per 10kg bodyweight per day. For example, a 20kg spaniel would need 2 spoonfuls per day. Fresh drinking water should always be available. Store in a cool, dry place.
Puriﬁed water, Glucosamine Hydrochloride, Xanthan Gum (stabiliser), Chicken ﬂavouring (NI), Caramel (colour), Collage Hydrolysate, Chondroitin sulphate (ﬁsh source), Methyl sulphonyl methane, Preservatives: Sodium Benzoate & Potassium Sorbate, Sodium hyaluronate.
Analysis:(per 5ml serving for a 10kg dog):
Glucosamine Hydrochloride 200mg
Chondroitin Hydrolysate 25mg
Hyaluronic acid 1mg
Customer Ratings & Reviews
Keeping Joints Healthy posted on 17/04/2012 by Maddy Simpson
Two years ago I obtained Toby a 4 year old rescue dog a Bichon Frise he was two kilos overweight which was putting quite a strain on his joints Apart from putting him on a diet I added a daily spoonful of Vets Kitchen Active Joints Glucosamine Sauce to his food He loves it and certainly seems to be doing very well Even though he is now at the correct weight I will continue to give him this supplement to ensure his joints stay healthy