|Each Joint MAX® tablet contains:|
|Glucosamine HCI*||1000 mg|
|Chondroitin Sulfate*||100 mg|
|MethylSulfonylMethane (MSM)*||600 mg|
|Creatine Monohydrate||400 mg|
|Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA)||18 mg|
|Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA)||12 mg|
|Vitamin C||50 mg|
|Vitamin E||50 IU|
|Grape seed extract||6 mg|
|Alpha Lipic Acid||200 mcg|
|Citrus Bioflavonoids||200 mcg|
(*Not recognized as an essential nutrient by the AAFCO Dog Nutrient Profiles)
Other Ingredients: Marine Lipid Concentrates, Natural meat flavors (non-bovine origin), Bioflavanol, Microcrystelline Cellulose, Magnesium Stearate.
Tablets may be crumbled and mixed with pet's food to help with administration. After 6 weeks, the dosage can be reduced if positive results are seen. Since each pet's body is different, results may take longer in some pets. Joint MAX® Triple Strength Chewable Tablets can also be used long term on normal dogs to help keep their joints healthy.
|Size of Dog||Daily|
|Up to 30 lbs.||½ tablet|
|31 to 60 lbs.||1 tablet|
|61 to 100 lbs.||2 tablets|
|Over 100 lbs.||2 ½ tablets|
CAUTION: Not tested in pregnant animals. Consult with your veterinarian before using this product in animals: with clotting disorders; being treated with anticoagulant medications; with diabetes or any metabolic disorder causing hyperglycemia; with a history of urinary tract stones. If lameness worsens, discontinue use and contact your veterinarian. Administer with or after a meal to reduce incidence of gastrointestinal upset.
I did not give 5 stars because I have written to the manufacturer a couple of times over a 12 month period, asking what the "Natural meat flavors" really are. All the label says is that it's "non-bovine origin." The manufacturer does not respond. I have a dog that is chicken intolerant, and I cannot give her JoinMAX until I find out exactly what the meat flavor(s) are.
I'm pretty sorry I bought these since my dog won't eat them. When I try to break the tablet in half it crumbles everywhere. I think the dry chalky consistency is what turned my dog off from eating it in the first place.
My suggestion is steer clear of the chewable tablets and stick with the soft chews. Those are fantastic and work just as well as the much more expensive GlycoFlex3 soft chews.
She loves to eat the chewable tablet, and almost seems to think of it like a treat.
I will continue to give this to both of our dogs and every single one in the future.
Since I started using these,, his limp has improved, and he is running like he did before.
This stuff works.