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When your dog or cat is prescribed pet drugs, whether pain medication for arthritis, an antibiotic to treat an infection or a joint supplement to promote healthy cartilage, many owners cringe at the thought of forcing a pill down their pet’s throat.
If you have an older dog or a working breed that is prone to arthritis, you might hear your veterinarian or dog trainer throwing around words like “chondoprotectives,” “chondroitin,” “glucosamine” and other similar buzzwords.