Canine Complete Joint Care
$46.10 – $75.25 — or subscribe and save 10%
Recommended for — Growing, adult, and senior dogs.
Canine Complete Joint Care is an extra-strength, scientifically advanced joint care supplement powder that provides a concentrated level of proven ingredients recommended for the support and maintenance of healthy hip and joint function. The proprietary Aliva® Joint Support Complex provides key nutrients that have demonstrated their ability to support joint health, maintain synovial fluid levels, repair cartilage and increase muscle, ligament, and tendon strength. Complete Joint Care also contains a full complement of essential antioxidants that help neutralize free radicals known to cause cellular damage within joints.
Nutritional Support For
Flexibility & Mobility
Ligament & Tendon Strength
How To Use
Directions for Use — Sprinkle dry onto any canine diet. This product may also be moistened to make a tasty broth. To assure freshness, keep sealed and store in a cool, dry place.
Daily Recommended Dosage (Servings per Container — 72)
Dogs (All Ages)
Weight Range (lbs.)
Note: Dosage levels may be altered while under the care of a veterinarian.
Warning: For animal use only. Keep out of the reach of children. In case of an accidental overdose, contact a health professional immediately.
What is Arthritis?
Arthritis is an inflammatory response to joint trauma or disease that causes further damage to joints when the inflammation becomes chronic.
- One out of three cats will develop arthritis during their lifetime.
- One out of every five dogs less than seven years of age are affected by joint injury or disease
- Finally, seven out of ten senior dogs over 7 years of age suffer from arthritis
All total, it is estimated that over 14 million pets in the U.S. have arthritis – some as young as one year of age. Unfortunately, only a small percentage of these animals are receiving treatment.
The joints of your pet’s body are composed of soft connective tissue and cartilage. Their role is to provide cushioning between bones and to allow normal movement. The active lifestyle of our pets makes their joints susceptible to injury.