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Dog Joint Supplements


FAQs


When should I start giving my
dog joint supplements?

Just like for us humans, prevention is key. Even if your pooch isn’t old, limping around or having mobility problems, it’s never too early to invest in joint care for your dog. No matter which one you choose, our joint supplements for dogs work wonders for preventing or delaying health decline in your furry best friend.


Which joint supplements are right for my dog?

If you are searching for the right joint supplement for your dog, we can help you. Vet Shop Australia is owned and run by veterinary specialists, so our online range contains a selection of tried-and-tested dog joint supplements Australian owners can trust. What’s more, we can expertly answer your questions and guide you towards the most suitable product for your pooch’s needs.

 
How can I make my dog's joints stronger?

Optimal joint care for dogs is not as effortless as some pet owners think. Just by asking yourself this question, you are taking a step in the right direction. The best way to help your dog’s joints get stronger and healthier is a combination of weight management, exercise and joint supplements. Applying all three is a sure way to help your dog live a happy, long and healthy life by your side.


What supplements will help my dog's mobility?

Joint supplements for dogs work by replenishing and increasing the presence of substances naturally occurring in their bodies which have a favourable impact on their joints’ health. The ingredients you want to see listed in dogs’ joint supplements are:

  • Glucosamine — stimulates the growth and health of cartilage
  • Omega-3 fatty acids — support joints’ lubrication and reduce inflammations
  • Chondroitin sulphate — increases cartilage’s elasticity and has anti-inflammatory effects

If your dog already has mobility problems, especially if they’re severe, why not consider adding a lotion to their supplement regimen? When it comes to optimal joint care for dogs, treating the condition inside and out is the fastest way to get them back on their feet.