In Clover Connectin Joint Supplement contains the very joint building blocks the healthy body normally produces to reduce joint friction and act as shock absorbers: Glucosamine –Chondroitin Sulfate, Hyaluronic Acid combined with 9 natural herbs; Yucca Root, Alfalfa, Devil's Claw, Nettle Leaf, Turmeric, Ginger Root, black Cohosh, Celery Seed and Cayenne Pepper.
In vet-controlled, independent clinical studies, 89% of participants showed significant improvement in range of motion and the ability to put weight on the affected limbs, within two weeks, with no side effects.
Ingredients per scoop:
Under 20 lbs
20 to 40 lbs
80 - 100 lbs
over 100 lbs
Liver powder, vegetable protein
All ingredients used in our products are human quality. Our manufacturing standards conform to stringent "Good Manufacturing Practices" using human food conditions. And, you'll find the NASC Seal of Quality on all In Clover product labels. This adherence to the highest standards means that when you see "In Clover" on the label, you can be assured of the high quality inside. Our pets are important to us and this is reflected in the level of care that goes into making our products.
In clinical trials with independent veterinarians, Connectin was shown to significantly improve mobility in dogs in 15 days*.
In healthy conditions, cartilage, a resilient tissue, forms a smooth surface between bone ends to reduce the friction and act as a shock absorber. This friction is further reduced by synovial fluid, which bathes the cartilage. To maintain a functioning joint, synovial fluid and the two components of cartilage are constantly produced.
Daisy can jump on the bed again by Daisy06/01/2011
My Gorden Setter, Daisy, was slowing down. I noticed that she did not want to get into the car and she had stopped jumping on the bed. After just two weeks on Connectin she is asking to go for a ride in the car and sleeping on the bed!
It works by Dee from Snellville, GA11/25/2011
This is the first joint supplement that I have tried that actually works and I have tried a lot of joint supplements for my 2 dogs. I tried it on a recommendation of my pet insurance company and am forever grateful. The doxie has gone from Rimadyl every other day to every couple of weeks.
The terrier who can't take Rimadyl gets relieve for his stiff shoulders.
Thank you In Clover