Joint MAX DS helps strengthen cartilage and reduce inflammation. It contains Glucosamine, Chondroitin, Manganese, Vitamin C, Zinc, and N-Acetyl-Cysteine and in one tasty, chewable tablet. Joint MAX DS is used for maximum joint support and to prevent joint problems. Recommended for dogs that have advanced arthritis conditions.
You should use this if your pet is experiencing one of these symptoms.
• Walking drastically slow
• Difficulty getting up or needing help getting up
• Limping after exercise all the time
• Reluctance or refusal to jump or climb stairs
Joint MAX can be used alone or in combination with prescription drugs like Rimadyl, Etogesic, or Deramaxx and can eventually help decrease the need for these drugs.
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Just wanted to let you know that our favorite joint supplement is Joint MAX Double strength. Our dogs are 5 & 7 years old & really seem to feel better after starting them on this supplement. They are very active dogs & used to limp at times after vigorous exercise but not anymore! The difference has been incredible!!
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Joint MAX has done wonders for my 8 year old Lab. He is more active and happier and even loves the taste.
When this was on sale I bought 4 bottles. No mention that the expiration date was a month away. then started giving them to my dogs and after 3rd dose 2 of my 3 dogs got sick. Throwing up, so i waited a few days and tried again, same result. Will not buy again!!!!
Great for my Rescues by Jasmine Ocampo09/26/2008
I rescue pets and most pets I encounter have severe arthritic problems, I have given these supplments to them and they absolutely changed from a lazy pet to a lively pup.
wrong product by M's mom from Virginia11/01/2012
I mistakenly ordered the capsules instead of the chewable tablets. She's been taking the tablets for almost 10 years, and I attribute her pain-free agility at 15yrs to those tablets. But by the time I realized I'd mis-ordered, there wasn't time to send 'em back, so we're trying them out. She hasn't gotten the hang of just swallowing. She sometimes tries to chew, which then prompts her to spit them out! But they should be easier to slip down her throat, if I end up having to do it manually.