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Super Joint Enhancer
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Impressive One of the most impressive aspects of the 1800petmeds pharmacy services is their ability of providing to the clients many wonderful products labelled with the name 1800petmeds, that often offer equal if not superior clinical results to some of the more expensive brand name products often sold by veterinarians. . There is no better product in my experience that demonstates this more than the 1800petmeds super joint enhancer. This terrific blend of glucosamine, chondroitan and MSM makes up a vital component of any preventative or therapeutic joint health program. Readily acceptable by most pets in a pleasant pork/beef flavoring, I have found this product so effective in practice in helping with enhancing post operative healing, as well as when used over a long period of time, extremely helpful in easing joint pain and helping manage ongoing joint inflammation of degenerative joint disease. I do find even superior results when I combine the super joint enhancer with other healing agents like proanthozone, which decreases free radical inflammation, and helps strengthen the collagen that also makes up the so called glue of the joints. Along with omega 3 fatty acids like super joint omega or Be Well from 1800petmeds, I often find this triad of supplements highly successful in enhancing the quality of life of painful or arthritic pets, often sparing the need for stronger prescription drugs that may cause side effects in sensitive patients when used long term. The only disadvantages I can see is the rare case of diarrhea from such glucosamine products, or if the pet is allergic to beef or pork. And while in the human literature, glucosamine derivatives have been suggested at causing insulin resistance in humans, I have not found this to be a significant issue in our companion animals. However because of the presence of glucose in this product, any diabetic patients who stay on this product long term, should have their sugar regulation monitored by their local veterinarians to make sure there is no significant impact on blood sugar levels. Other than these minor concerns, I highly endorse this product, especially when combined with the other wonderful joint supplements available from 1800petmeds. 06/14/2008
See for your self! Older pets black labs.I have two It was a hard winter pass but I could see they done better this pass ones.Has really help them be mobile during the extreme cold.They had been on it around a year now has changed things for me less stress and I do recommend this easy to give and no side effects just has improved our day to day lives. My boy really had a hard time in the pass winters.So very sad always worried that when we walked that could he just make it back to the house he done great! glad I have them on the product cannot go wrong.Just a great thing to see how it has improved life for them.Thanks! 04/08/2015
ONLY BEEN USING FOR TWO WEEKS German Shepherd 100+lbs 5yrs old. Nya has been limping for about a month and it was worsening. I thought it was a sprain but the vet could not tell me what it was because NYA would not limp at the office. I read the reviews of this product and figured that it could help. The limping has lessened even though she's been on it for two weeks. I have to crush the tablet and mix it into a tablespoon of can food because she will either eat around it or spit it out when in her dry food. I am feeling good that the product may be helping her with her joints as it is a supplement with her anti-inflammatory and pain meds, 04/07/2015
I put my dog on these at the recommended starter dose of 2 per day, but they made him sick. I took him off them for a few weeks, then started again at 1 per day. He loves them (he thinks they're treats) and they seem to have taken affect within a few days. He tore his CCL six months ago and although he's healed it still bothers him, so that's why I put him on these. But like I said, they appear to be working great. I just can't personally recommend giving them the double dose for 6 weeks; it seems unnecessary. 03/17/2015
Great Product! I have been giving my dog Super Joint Enhancer for 1 1/2 yrs. The reason I started was because my 8 yr. old dog had injured both his acl's & was told he would need double knee surgery. I was neither thrilled about the cost nor the pain/recovery process involved with this surgery. I did a lot or research & decided to try the joint enhancer along with restricting his activity (no surgery). This was a long process but I believe that the joint enhancer played an important role in his recovery process. I did start to notice a difference in about 3 months though & after 8 months he was pretty much back to normal. He even runs around with my son's 1 yr. old dog. Needless to say, I am very pleased with and will continue to use this product! 03/07/2015
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Answer:Thank you for your question. Please consult with your vet prior to using this supplement due to your dog's allergies.
Answer:Thank you for your question. The current expiration date for this product is 01/2017; which gives the product a shelf life of 2 years.
I have an 11 year old lab who takes Phycox One daily. This has helped significantly with inflamation and stiffness. However, he has early signs of arthritis and I would like to give him additional supplements.
Answer:Thank you for your question. Please consult with your vet in regards to using both supplements are they are both designed to help with joints.
My dog, Simon, is a 44 pound lab mix. The rescue shelter (where I got him) lied through their teeth just to get this dog out of their hair and get money for him. As the ad says (I have a copy) "I have a lump on my right back leg, but that doesn't slow me down". Well, it's too late to take him back, and even though I signed a paper that I cannot sue the shelter, fraud is still illegal, plus if I tell them to pay for the surgery or have them do it, all I'll get is "He died on the table." If I try to sue and win, it won't hurt the people, only the dogs there and I was told, I will probably lose anyway and it will cost me the same; with nothing but more grief. So, now that the leg is broken, and he has grown calcium to take the place of bone to be able to run around. He runs very well now, but then holds that leg up in the air while it is shaking. I know it hurts him! Should I give him this product until I can raise the $3,500.00? That is quite a lot of money to me; (I'm retired & on SS) My vet will give prescriptions for the other product (Rimadyl) until I have to take him to a certified surgeon to have his leg re-broken and then repaired with pins & wires - correctly. If you see his picture, you can see the bump on his leg.
Geez, $3,500 for a mutt, but a very good one.
Thank You for any advise!
Answer:This product may offer minimal benefit for your dog's condition, but it will not hurt to try it. The rimadyl that the veterinarian suggested will keep him somewhat comfortable until he has surgery done.
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