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Super Joint Enhancer - Duralactin
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Duralactin
Super Joint Enhancer
Product Type Capsule or Chewable Tablet Chewable Tablet
How it works Contains a patented dried milk protein which blocks and inhibits body chemicals in the inflammatory response. Maintains healthy joints & Improves flexibility
Additional Benefits
Chondroitin N/A 400 mg
Omega Fatty Acids
Manganese N/A 5 mg
For Medium and Small Dogs N/A 100 mg
Creatine N/A N/A
Perna N/A N/A
What Makes it Different? Dried milk protein may help manage inflammatory conditions long term Top selling joint supplement, tastes better than most joint supplements.
How Long Does it Take to Work? Up to 4 weeks 1-3 weeks
Usage Duralactin Usage Super Joint Enhancer Usage
Taste Vanilla flavor for dogs, unflavored for cats Pork and Beef Flavor
Ok to Use with RX Pain Medications? X mark X mark
Recommended For Dogs & Cats Dogs
Here's What Customers are Saying Pros "Todo exhibited a 50% improvement in about 24 hours." "The vet recommended Duralactin liquid form. After taking it for two years, my cat has gained all his weight back and is just great" "one of your Super VitaChews daily. My Vet says he is amazed at his condition."
Here's What Customers are Saying Cons N/A "too hard just to break in half"
Vet Review As a holistic oriented veterinarian I am always welcoming natural products and alternatives to chemicals and prescription drugs. Over the past several years I have found Duralactin for dogs to be a very versatile product useful in a lot of clinical situations.   That patented dried milk protein concentrate is believed to help manage inflammatory conditions long term, and I have found that this product will often effectively reduce the need for cortisone or non-steroidal anti inflammatory drugs that may have side effects in dogs. I often find this all natural product increases normal activity and wellness and I have used it in chronic inflammatory conditions of the skin, respiratory and digestive tract in both dogs and cats. I have seen no side effects when using this product in dogs and give the product an overall rating of 4.5 out of 5. As I mentioned under my product review for Duralactin for dogs, Duralactin for cats is wonderful nondrug alternative choice for treating various inflammatory conditions of the skin, respiratory and digestive tract. In many cases I may often use this product as an alternative to cortisone and non-steroidal anti inflammatory drugs for these conditions in our cats, which will often cut down on unwanted side effects. The patented dried milk protein concentrate is the main effective ingredient.  Some cats may be sensitive to milk proteins and/or carbohydrates. If vomiting or diarrhea occurs, the product should be discontinued due to a likely allergic reaction.   Because of the versatility of this product for so many feline conditions, I give this product an overall rating of 4.5 out of 5. 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.I rate this product 5 out of 5.
How Much Do I Give My Pet? Depends on weight Depends on weight.
RX Prescription Required? X mark X mark
Known Side Effects Some cats may be sensitive to milk proteins and/or carbohydrates. Should vomiting or diarrhea occur, discontinue and contact your veterinarian None
Rare Side Effects None Diarrhea
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