Take care of all your furry family members with NOW® Foods Pet Joint Support. As cats and dogs get older, they can experience joint flexibility and mobility issues just like humans. Many veterinarians recommend health supplements to alleviate the discomfort that comes along with routine daily exercise and activity. NOW Foods Pet Joint Support is a health supplement created by trusted veterinarian, and founder of The Royal Treatment Veterinary Center, Dr. Barbara Royal, DVM, CVA. NOW Foods recommends your pet receives a vet exam prior to using...
About This Brand
Vitamins and supplements might be mainstream, but that hasn’t always been the case. NOW Foods was a pioneer back in the 1960s, long before micronutrients, protein powders, and alternative sweeteners were all the rage, and today it makes some of the top products on the market to help nourish you from the inside out.
The History of NOW Foods
In 1968, health foods were still marketed in relative...
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Serving Size: 1 capsules
Servings Per Container:90
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35 Members have left reviews!
Posted by Amanda from Vancouver, Washington
My small dogs are 10 and 11 and we were noticing them slowing down, limping sometimes when nothing had happened, lots of signs of getting old. We got this and because they wont take the tablets I ground it up and mix a bit in their wet food at dinner. They seem to be doing better with their movements
Posted by Nicole from ROCHESTER, New York
I am using this in conjunction with the CBD for dogs from thrive for my dog that couldn’t even put weight on her back right leg - she is now able to run and swim without limping after!
Posted by Mistie from Prineville, Oregon
These have helped our 11 year old lab out a TON. He has been able to get up with out cracks and pops since started these. He’s acting like the puppy he wants to be still.
Cat doesn't like them...
Posted by Leslie from Fort Lauderdale, Florida
but she'll eat it hidden in a few pieces of chicken. Haven't noticed any differences but I'm hoping there will be in the long run. The only other hiccup with these is that the serving size is half a tablet and cutting those tablets is a pain. The yellow dust gets everywhere, I was sneezing for a good half hour after cutting the entire bottle (go big or go home, right?). The yellow dust stained my plastic placemat, despite me cutting on a paper towel, so beware!
Posted by Alexa from Las Vegas, Nevada
I admire dr. Royal so much if you are not familiar with her check out the documentary “petfooled” anywho she curated the ingredients for this brand so it’s exciting to try them out on my dogs and see if it helps with their aging issues!
Chewables but pets wouldn’t eat it.
Posted by Susan from Burke, Virginia
My black lab who eats just about anything but strawberries wouldn’t touch the tablets. Cats wouldn’t eat either.
Posted by Anonymous from Reading, Massachusetts
Our dog is 9 years old and has begun to cater to her back legs so we started giving her the recommended dosage of these pills and she seems to be a lot more comfortable, especially going down the stairs
Didn't work for us
Posted by Kaiti from Lake in the Hills, Illinois
In theory this is great, but we could not get out kitty's to take it.
Posted by Klarey from GRANGEVILLE, Idaho
I'm not sure that this was effective.
For the dog
Posted by Haleigh from Fargo, North Dakota
At first he would eat them... now we have to hide it in his food/peanut butter