Joint Guard powder for dogs is a nutritional supplement made up of highly purified ingredients necessary for treating dogs suffering from arthritic conditions, other joint problems and injuries. It is ideal as a preventive treatment for breeds, which are susceptible to joint issues and canines with high activity levels. It reduces joint pain and improves mobility of the pet.
Initial period: four to six weeks:5 to 10 kg. Half a scoop daily (one-quarter in the morning and one-quarter in the evening).11 to 22 kg. 1 scoop daily (half in the morning and half in the evening).23 to 44 kg. 1 1/2 scoops daily (1 in the morning and half in the evening).Over 45 kg. 2 scoops daily (1 in the morning and 1 in the evening).Maintenance dose:5 to 10 kg. One-quarter scoop daily (once in the morning).11 to 22 kg. Half a scoop daily (one-quarter in the morning and one-quarter in the evening).23 to 44 kg. 1 scoop daily (half in the morning and half in the evening).Over 45 kg. 1 1/2 scoops daily (1 in the morning and half in the evening).
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Manufactured by Nature Vet, Joint Guard powder for dogs is a nutritional supplement made up of Glucosamine hydrochloride and Chondroitin sulfate, Manganese and MSM. The synergistic effect of all these ingredients provides fast relief in arthritic conditions, joint issues and injuries in dogs. It is not only for pets suffering from these injuries, but also essential for dog breeds that may inherit joint problems in future.
The nutritional supplement provides necessary components for formation of cartilage matrix, synovial fluid and cartilage repair. The odorless powder reduces cartilage degeneration, and support development of healthy joints and connective tissues in canines. It also reduces non-infectious joint inflammation.
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