This is a specialist veterinary product. We will ask you a simple set of questions to confirm that you are buying the correct medicine for your pet and know how to use it safely
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AL7 JointAid Extra Strength is a premium veterinary joint supplement to help maintain healthy joint function. It is designed to support cartilage and joint fluid in cases of osteoarthritis or post orthopeadic surgery.
It comes available as a pack of 60 palatable beef flavoured chewable tablets to be given with food or given directly as a treat
It can be used in conjunction with prescription medications.
Glucosamine HCl: basic building blocks for cartilage and joint fluid to maintain protection of bone structures and normal joint motion
Chondroitin sulphate: major component of healthy cartilage and joint fluid
Turmeric and Boswellia serrata: plant extracts which are natural anti-inflammatories
Vitamin C: most important water-soluble antioxidant to mop up damaging free-radicals
Zinc & Manganese: important macro-minerals for cartilage and bone joint enzymes
Active Ingredients per tablet: Glucosamine HCL 500mg Chondroitin Sulphate (90%) 440mg Boswellia Serrata 80mg Turmeric 50mg Vitamin C 50mg Zinc 30mg Manganese 2.5mg
Can be broken and mixed with food or given as treat.
Initial Dose (First 4-6 weeks) Small Dog: < 9.9kg / 1 Tablet per day Medium Dog: 10-19kg / 2 Tablets per day Large Dog: 20-39kg / 3 Tablets per day Extra Large Dog: > 40kg / 4 Tablets per day
Maintenance Dose (After 4-6 weeks)
Small Dog: < 9.9kg: give half a Tablet per day Medium Dog: 10-19kg: give 1 Tablet per day Large Dog: 20-39kg: give 1 1/2 (one and a half) Tablets per day Extra Large Dog: > 40kg: give 2 Tablets per day
If your dog or cats condition deteriorates during this period, please contact your vet.