MSM for dogs that helps support healthy joint function. Your dog’s joints work hard, and natural fluids help keep cartilage healthy by lubricating the joints. But normal wear and tear, age, injury or degenerative diseases can take its toll. You can help your dog maintain good joint health and mobility by adding InflamAway Plus hip and joint formula to his daily care program.
Supports healthy joint and soft tissue function
Glucosamine Chondroitin and MSM for Dogs
Botanical anti-inflammatory compounds including Yucca, Curcumin and Boswellia
Delicious hickory flavor that your dog will love!
Formulated without artificial fillers, InflamAway Plus contains 500 mg. Glucosamine HCl, 100 mg. Chondroitin Sulfate, MSM, Yucca and Vitamin C, making it an extremely powerful joint support formula. Glucosamine, which is a natural compound found in cartilage and other connective tissues, works to control inflammation and maintain and repair joint cartilage. Glucosamine comes in two forms (hydrochloride and sulfate), we use Glucosamine Hydrochloride (HCl) in InflamAway Plus. While both forms have been shown to be effective, we believe the more concentrated HCl form is superior as it delivers on average 25 – 30% more Glucosamine for a given weight than the sulfate version. InflamAway Plus provides your dog with a highly pure concentrated source of Glucosamine that can be readily absorbed into his system.dog playing frisbee catch
InflamAway Plus effectively combines the Glucosamine with high grade Chondroitin Sulfate, which studies suggest inhibits enzymes that destroy cartilage and assists in the production of synovial fluid and collagen. Research indicates that Glucosamine and Chondroitin Sulfate are complementary and are more effective on joint function when combined together. And vital to joint, tendon and ligament health, MSM is a naturally occurring sulfur compound that helps fight inflammation and supports the formation of strong connective joint tissue.
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