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Glyde™ Mobility Chews If your dog or cat at risk for osteoarthritis, or OA for short, there is a revolutionary supplement available for them. It is called Glyde Mobility Chews. Glyde's formulation consists of gluten-free, natural ingredients to promote joint health and normal cartilage development. Together with healthy lifestyle changes, Glyde promotes joint and cartilage development.

Glyde is the only nutraceutical that contains proven levels of three key components that work to relieve the painful signs of arthritis.

  • New Zealand Lipped Mussel (GLM)
    • Provides clinically proven anti-inflammatory efficacy, reducing joint pain and swelling
    • Protects against osteoarthritis and reverses existing inflammation
    • One of nature's best sources of omega-3 fatty acids including DHA, EPA and ETA, amino acids, zinc, copper, manganese as well as vitamins A, D3, E, and B12
  • Glucosamine
    • Reduces pain, improves joint function and mobility and reduces OA progression
    • Inhibits cartilage degeneration
  • Chondroitin
    • Stimulates synthesis of cartilage, reduces joint inflammation, reduces OA progression
    • Predominant glycosaminoglycan used by chondrocytes to make cartilage components

Glyde's formulation consists of gluten-free, natural ingredients to promote joint health and normal cartialge development. Glyde Mobility Chews contain proven levels of glucosamine and chondroitin, elements of joint tissue that help maintain normal joint function. This specific formula also contains New zealand gree lipped mussel, the only natural source of ETA, a potent Omega-3 fatty acids, that helps relieve occasional joint stiffness and maintains youthful mobility.


Active Ingredients per Soft Chew:
Green Lipped Mussel 760 mg
Glucosamine HCI (Shellfish) 600 mg
Chondroitin Sulfate (Bovine) 300 mg


Oat Flour, Water, Caster Sugar, Glycerine, Sea Salt, Gelatine, Acetic Acid, Sodium Stearoyl Lactylate, Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein, Chicken Hydrolysate, Potassium Sorbate, Iron Oxide.

Useful Information

For best results, give your dog Glyde every day.


Safe use in pregnant dogs or dog intended for breeding has not been proven. If lameness worsens, discontinue use and contact your veterinarian. Administer during or after feeding to reduce incidence of gastrointestinal upset.


Store at room temperature with lid tightly closed.

What is Osteoarthritis (OA)?

Osteoarthritis, OA for short, is a joint disease that affects people as well as dogs. OA can be as painful for our dogs as it is for us. In healthy joints, a slippery tissue called cartilage cushions the ends of the bones in the joints. With OA, cartialge breaks down, causing pain and swelling. As OA gets worse, bone spurs can form, causing more pain and joint damage. When this happens, your dog may become less active or show signs of stiffness when getting up. However, OA can be difficult to recognize and your dog may not show any signs of OA. That's why it's important to talk to your veterinarian today about keeping your dog active and youthful. The earlier you start, the better change you have of bringing out the puppy inside him.

OA Risk Factors

There 4 main risk factors to conside.

  • Age: Some dogs show signs as early as the age of one year. Most dogs will show signs of OA as they get older -- 80% by age 8.
  • Breed: Certain large breeds like Labs, Retrieversm and Shepherds are more likely develop OA at a young age. However, small to medium-sized dogs can have OA too.
  • Join issues: Hip dysplasia, knee problems, a ligament injury, and joint surgery can put your dog at risk for OA.
  • Weight: It's important to know the optimal weight for your dog's breed. Try keep him close to that weight to minimize stress on his joints.

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