DVM Feline Joint Gel (5 oz.) by. IVX Animal Health, Inc.
a complete oral joint formulation for cats with Glucosamine, MSM, Perna Canaliculus, Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Antioxidants A complete oral joint formulation for cats A palatable, easy-to-administer gel. Recommended to support joint function and flexibility and help strengthen joint cartilage.
Feline joint gel makes him good as new! by Cindy from Virginia05/20/2013
Many years ago when he was young, Big Boy broke a hip joint doing who-knows-what. Now that he is older, he has very bad arthritis in his surgery site. Feline joint gel makes all the difference! He can do everything as before! And, he LOVES the stuff! Every morning, he waits quietly for me to give him the medication and licks every speck off my finger. We are all very, very thankful for this product.
WOW! WOW! WOW! by Angela from Piedmont, SC03/11/2011
I just found out this has been discontinued, and I am sooooo sad. It has made a world of difference for "Big Moody," our 13 year old cat. He has severe debilitating arthritis, and trouble eating. One vet suggested we consider putting him to sleep, but another told us to try this product in a jar of chicken baby food. He was able to keep the baby food down, and after about three weeks, Big Moody was acting like a kitten agin. He is tearing through the house, and he even killed a bird! He has not done that in about 5 years! I took him back to the first vet to show him the difference, and he was amazed. He said he would stock his shelves with this product, and push it. It saved my kitty!
Major Con by Unhappy12/31/2012
Ordered item weeks ago. It still hasn't arrived. Not just poor service. How about no service at all.
GREAT product! by Shado2 from Chicago03/11/2012
My 18 yo cat has arthritis; vet recommended this product. She seems to be a bit more spry and doesn't cry when walking any more!
Miraculous (if your cat will eat it) by Peanut from New England12/12/2011
My elderly cat became a bit tender in the hind end and started having difficulty jumping up just to a chair seat. First I tried the stuff in capsules and refused to eat her food with it sprinkled on (most cats like this - she's fussy). But she does love hairball remedy stuff in tubes so this was a big hit. Several months later there's a huge improvement in motion, and she's only getting it two or three times a week now. As long as your cat will eat it, it works! If only they had something that worked as well for people...
Working well for Simon by Charity Haworth07/13/2009
I have an older cat named Simon who appears to be getting around much easier since we've been giving him DVM Feline Joint Gel. He's not quite so grumpy plus he loves the flavor! When he sees me pull out the tube, he's right there for his daily dose!
dvm feline cat joint gel by gauu from wallkill ny12/17/2011
ever since our 14 yr old cat took this gel she has been very playful again. she used to do nothing but sleep on the bed all day cause of the pains of walking. now its like shes been reborn and refreshed. shes playing cat and mouse with us again and running around etc..id highly recommend this product to anyway with an older pet.
It works but has issues by VickiD. from Spokane WA09/11/2014
I bought 2 tubes for my 20 year old male cat. The first tube he ate off of my finger enthusiastically and it seemed to help him as he started jumping onto furniture has had avoided for some time. The second tube he won't eat the same way and the consistency is somewhat more runny than the first. I'm somewhat hesitant to get more because I don't want to throw money away if I run into this same issue.
Seems to work by salandry07/03/2009
My Vet recommended this for my 17 year old cat, especially since trying to give him the capsules was too difficult and he was not getting enough when sprinkled on his food. He LOVES the taste -- just licks it off my finger. Due to the ease of use and the reasonable cost, I plan to continue using it.
Great Product by Alexandra from Port Washington, NY03/13/2012
I know this product is great for arthritic cats; but my cat has a tough time eating it.... so I recommend putting it on your finger and then putting cat treats in it!! This way my cat eats it and she is getting what she needs to be playful again!! Thanks "Entirely Pets"!!