Arthogen Plus for Dogs informationArthogen
Arthogen for dogs is a canine joint supplement to help relieve joint pain and restore mobility in damaged joints. Glucosamine HCL and Chondroitin Sulfate that are vital substances in the formula, work together to relieve pain. They also partially restore movement by holding water and nutrients in the joints to allow the cartilage extra elasticity and flexibility.
Arthogen for dogs works to build up collagen and improve arthritis in senior dogs. Moreover, it adds lubrication and cushions the joints while promoting new cartilage growth and reducing inflammation. Arthogen for cats is also available to help ease their pain.
You can buy Arthogen for dogs at Canada Pharmacy for incredibly low prices. You can also be assured that you will only get the most genuine products delivered to your doorstep without any hassle.
The main ingredients of Arthogen for dogs are:
- Glucosamine HCl
- Chondroitin sulfate
- Vitamin C
- Beef flavor
- Cheese flavor
- Brewer’s yeast
- Stearic acid
- Hydrogenated vegetable oil
- Xanthan gum
- Silicon dioxide.
Dosages vary according to the size and weight of the dogs.
- For dogs that weigh less than 25 pounds, half a tablet daily is enough.
- For dogs weighing between 25 and 49 pounds, one tablet daily.
- Heavier dogs weighing between 50 and 100 pounds, should be given about 1 to 2 tablets daily
- Dogs that weigh more than 100 pounds should be given two tablets daily.
- The medication is designed mainly for senior or larger dogs.
- Do not give it to dogs smaller than 10 lbs.
- Not suitable for human consumption.
- Keep away from children.
There are no documented side effects. However, it contains shellfish, so consult a vet to see if your dog has shellfish allergies. Consult a doctor before giving the medication to a dog that has had urinary tract stones, diabetes or clotting disorders.
Product Code: 9543
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