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Yumove Joint Supplement for Dogs

Yumove is a radical, revolutionary and natural supplement boasting the first triple-action joint support on the market. Originally developed to be the leader in canine joint health, Yumove is now available as Yumove Advance for Cats too. Yumove contains all the vital nutrients associated with optimal joint condition in dogs and cats. This all-in-one supplement is one of the most popular, trusted and effective and has proven to aid joint stiffness, support joint integrity and enhance mobility. Canine Yumove particularly effective for dogs with active or working lifestyles, but is also recommended for veteran canines to prolong activity and mobility, giving them a new lease of life. Feline Yumove Advance is perfect for cats that like to get about, and could do with some extra support in both young and ageing joints.

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Description

97% OF OWNERS RATE YUMOVE AS GOOD/EXCELLENT

Yumove is made with natural ingredients including canine Glucosamine, natural Chondroitin and New Zealand Green Lipped Mussel.

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A new lease of life

5 star

"Excellent results for my 13 year old Westie. I am delighted. Yumove has given her a new lease of life."

Ms V Judge

Greater activity levels and mobility

5 star

Roxy was previously on tablets from the vet, but YUMOVE tablets have given her greater activity levels and mobility. They are also very palatable and small, so easy to administer."

Roxy

Average Owner Rating = 4.7 out of 5 (192 reviews)

4.7 stars

How Yumove Works

YUMOVE has been developed to provide all the key nutrients for healthy dog joints in a single supplement.

Yumove has triple action joint support by providing comfort, mobility and structure

Each tablet contains:

Glucosamine HCl# 250mg

Green Lipped Mussel * 150mg

Hyaluronic Acid 1.5mg

Manganese 3mg

Vitamin C 12.5mg

Vitamin E 0.5mg

# Glucosamine HCl is the purest form available (99.8% pure)

* Green Lipped Mussel provides natural Chondrotin, unique Omega 3's (including ETA) and is a rich source of glycosaminoglycans, amino acids and minerals

Improves joint comfort

Graph showing Yumove has 3x more active omega 3's than standard green lipped mussel

Triple Strength Green Lipped Mussel - YUMOVE provides a concentrated source of unique Omega 3's proven to soothe stiff joints and improve joint comfort.

Green Lipped Mussel contains a unique omega 3 called ETA to soothe stiff joints. The high content of these key active oils is one of the reasons why YUMOVE works so quickly

Supports joint structure

Areas of joints in the dogs legs

Pure Glucosamine - YUMOVE is made with veterinary strength and purity Glucosamine HCl to provide more concentrated joint support.

Natural Chondroitin - YUMOVE is rich in natural chondroitin sulphate from green lipped mussel which plays an important role in slowing the breakdown of cartilage in your dog's joints.

Manganese - supports stronger tendons and ligaments

Promotes mobility

Gets to the joints in 2 hours

Hyaluronic acid - a major part of synovial fluid, the cushioning fluid in the joint which helps lubricate and cushion the joint during movement.

Triple Strength Green Lipped Mussel - a rich source of minerals, amino acids and glycosaminoglycans to support joint, tendon and ligament health aiding flexibility and mobility.

Vitamins C & E - vital for active and working dogs. As your dog exercises, they produce more free radicals which can cause problems over time. Vitamins C & E neutralise these free radicals, helping to maintain joint mobility

Ingredients

Di calcium Phosphate, Glucosamine HCI (28%), Green Lipped Muscle (17%), Liver Powder, Magnesium Stearate, Hyaluronic Acid (0.17%).

Daily Recommendation

The following table shows the recommended daily feeding guide for dogs.

Breed Size Weight Dosage Per Day
Small Breed Up to 15kg 1 Tablet
Medium Breed 16-30kg 2 Tablets
Large Breed 31-45kg 3 Tablets
Extra Large Breed Over 45kg 4 Tablets

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Reviews of Yumove Joint Supplement for Dogs

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Questions & Answers for Yumove Joint Supplement for Dogs

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Yumove Joint Supplement for Dogs, including answers from our team.

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Luxating Patella

21st Feb 2015
Louise

Hi I have a 2 year old Cavalier King Charles Spaniel with luxating patella in both back legs. He will need to have an operation but will have to lose some weight first. In the meantime which yumove would you recommend?
thanks

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon at VioVet

The Yumove Young & Active would be suitable for your dog. Weight control is always difficult with this breed, especially if they have been neutered, but you should try your best. A leaner dog will do much better life-long with its mobility.

Vetzyme high strength joint supplement vs yumove vs cosequin

3rd Feb 2015
janz lim

My almost 8-year old Pyrenean Mountain Dog developed a front leg limp at the beginning of Dec 2014. The vet has seen him twice since then and checked out his limbs and body, but can find nothing wrong except perhaps for some joint inflammation. He prescribed Carprodyl. After the course of medicine, which gave our dog the runs, I asked about natural joint medication, and he suggested Vetzyme High Strength Joint Supplement. Our dog is on two tablets per day and seems to limp a little less. Having read about Yumove and Cosequin, I would like to ask which of these would be best, as I also read somewhere that dogs need Vitamin E at the same time as taking fish-based products. My second question is how soon can we expect to see solid improvement in his walking ability. He is about 56 kg, and is within the allowable weight limits of a large male Pyr. Thanks.

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon at VioVet

There is very little scientific evidence of how these joint supplements work, and almost none to compare one product with another. Therefore it is impossible to say which might be better at treating any particular condition. The other important point to make regarding your dog is that there is not a precise diagnosis, so it might not even be the type of condition which is expected to respond to this form of treatment anyway. From what you say, there is likely to be some problem affecting one of the joints, making one of these joint supplements a sensible thing to try, but it is difficult to say much more than that. As a comparison between the products you mention, I would say that the anecdotal reports we receive about customer experiences with these products, Yumove seems to be the one which gets the greatest support. Yumove also has some trial work which demonstrated clinical improvement after 6 weeks. That is regarded as quite quick with this type of product. They are intended to be given for an extended period, often life-long.

My only other comment would be that I might not be so relaxed about your dog weighing 56kg. That might well be within the breed average, but it is still a massive weight for a dog and pushes to the limit what their bodies can cope with. Personally I would suggest that you aim for a lean, slim dog, regardless of his weight in kilogram. Every extra kilogram adds a bit extra strain to his joints every time he moves around. Reducing the weight of dogs like this (through restricting their food as much as required) generally has much more effect on helping the joints than any amount of medication. If your dog is genuinely slim then that is fine. If not, I would try to get him there if you want to improve his mobility long-term.

Would Yumove be beneficial

28th Jan 2015
Joanne Reid (joreidy1973)
  • VioVet Customer Since: August 2013
  • From: Cleveland, United Kingdom

I have a 14 year old Jack Russel who is starting to show stiffness in her back end. After going for a walk she struggles to get back upstairs. Would Yumove be beneficial or is there something better you could recommend?

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon at VioVet

Ideally you would first go to your vet and get a diagnosis for the underlying cause, then your vet would suggest a treatment option. There are many prescription drugs which are much more powerful than Yumove, but they have all the attendant issues of prescribed medication. As an alternative it would be safe to try Yumove and this could be a reasonable option.Yumove seems to work well for many dogs with a similar history to your dog so if things are not too bad, I would certainly try it.

Large overdose

22nd Jan 2015
Angela Mccallum

My 3 dogs have eaten a large overdose of yum ove this morning is this dangerous for them.

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon at VioVet

It is very safe and will not cause any significant harm. They might get diarrhoea for a day but that should quickly clear up if it happens. Be careful what else they eat for a few days, but all should be well.

Coping with Fybrosis

22nd Jan 2015
Stevenson

I have a 5.5 year old GSD bitch who had a bacterial infection in her back right leg/buttock area. The infection has been cleared but it has left her with Fybrosis and scarring in the muscle so she is often stiff particularly after a good run or after periods of inactivity. Which one would you suggest to help her mobility?

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon at VioVet

Unfortunately Yumove is only designed to help with symptoms arising from synovial joints. If her hip or knee joints were involved in the infection then the standard Yumove product would be perfect. If her problems arise now from muscle fibrosis then I would not expect Yumove to help. The good thing perhaps though is that muscular fibrosis can be helped considerably by physiotherapy so learning how to help her in this way should be possible. If your diagnosis is correct, I would save your money on supplements and get some advice and training from a dog physiotherapist.

Which Yumove would you recomend

8th Jan 2015
Andy Dixon

I have a 7 month Rottie bitch who started front leg limping around 6 weeks ago. MRI shows possible tiny bone chips in each elbow but laparoscopy next week will prove one way or another. I understand that this can be solved quite easily but that she is likely to get early arthritis so I'd like to give her a Yumove supplement. She is young & active but would the standard dose be better in her case?

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon at VioVet

Probably she does not have arthritis at the moment, though it is a concern that this might develop in time. I would therefore suggest the Young and Active product for her. I would also suggest that her weight is kept down and her exercise kept to a sensible level life-long. She should have fun, but not be encouraged to take prolonged, strenuous exercise. Doing these things with any dog with potentially suspect joints will significantly prolong their prospects of good, happy mobility.

Which Yumove would be most beneficial

2nd Jan 2015
Bernie Fuller

Our Boxer is 6yrs old and sometimes after having a mad half hour run he limps slightly.Our vet had checked him out and there is no cruciate damage,he probably just goes a bit too mad,as all boxers do !! We wondered which Yumove would benefit him,either the Young and Active or the standard tablets....Many thanks

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon at VioVet

I would suggest the standard tablets, they are very appropriate for his age and situation. Ideally you should keep his weight down tool Boxers are very chunky dogs and can carry a lot of extra weight without looking bad. If you see lameness in the same leg periodically, even if it is mild, you should regards this as a warning sign of a slight weakness. It is very likely to be related to her bouncing about, but a mild joint injury which is repeatedly aggravated, albeit slightly, is exactly what can turn gradually into arthritis. The more weight he carries, the more strain on all the joints. Yumove will probably help significantly, but keeping him trim will make a huge difference too.

Cosequin and more + Yumove

30th Dec 2014
Anne

Hi, my elderly dog is very sick : Hip displasia, Arthritis, Spinal problems... She is per day on 4 Tramadol, 3 Gabapentin, 3 Cosequin and 2 Synulox. Is it safe to give her Yumove additionally, especially as the Cosequin already contains Glucosamine 500mg and Chondroitin Sulphate 400mg ? I obviusly wouldn't like to overdose her. Thanks

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon at VioVet

I am sorry to hear that your dog needs so much help.

There is not much concern about overdosing with any of the ingredients in Cosequin and Yumove, they are very safe and are essentially just food supplements. My expectation of the additional benefit you might get is quite limited regrettably, but it is worth a try. Personally I would suggest trying one of the non-steroidal anti-inflammatories if you have not thoroughly explored this yet, such as Previcox. Most dogs with arthritis show a better response to this type of drug than any of those being used at the moment, but your vet would need to prescribe it.

Recovering from joint injury

13th Dec 2014
Jo Robertson

my 3 yr JRT was recently run over and sustained badly dislocated hip joint and multiple fractures to the pelvis. The vets have done what they can surgically and believe that he will heal given enough time and rest. He will very likely suffer from early arthritis because of these injuries but I also want to give him appropriate supplements to help the joint and fractures heal. Will the 'young and active' or the standard 'dog' be best for this? Thanks.

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon at VioVet

I would recommend the "young and active" as it is intended to help prevent degeneration rather than treat existing arthritic change. However I would have to say that this is more a judgement than scientifically supported conclusion as there is not much research into this topic.

Stride plus/Yumove

12th Dec 2014
Steve

What is the difference between Stride plus and yumove?

As they both have same ingredients. Currently my Dobermann is on stride plus and doing hydrotherapy and is doing well.

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon at VioVet

These are similar products and might well be about equivalent to each other. There are no good scientific trials to compare how well different products like this work, so nobody can really say if one is better than the other, or how (if at all) they might differ in their effects.

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