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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 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 encourage 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. Yumove Young & Active is suitable for feeding when a puppy starts eating solids up to 5/6 years old. 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.

There is no need to feel left out as you too can feel the benefit of this marvelous joint supplement with iMove for humans, available by clicking here.

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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."


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


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.

Yumove Young & Active is suitable for feeding when a puppy starts eating solids up to 5/6 years old.

Breed Size Weight Rate 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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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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24th Nov 2015
Margaret Miller
  • VioVet Customer Since: January 2010
  • From: , United Kingdom

What dosage of Youmove would you recommend for Old English Mastiff.98kg weight with shoulder joint problem
Thank you

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

Gosh that is a massive dog! I would suggest 8 tablets per day for the first month, then you might be able to reduce it to 4 tablets if things are going well.

Safe with other medication?

17th Nov 2015

Our Alfie is 10 years old and on Metacam liquid and Tramadol capsules everyday for pain relief for his arthrtic front legs and hips, Is this product safe to combine with these meds and has it been tested to ensure no contraindications occur with them all. Many thanks in advance.

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

Yumove is very safe and is often used with these drugs. However it is not a licensed veterinary medicine so it has not been through scientific tests to check for safety and efficacy. The same is true in fact of Tramadol when it is used in dogs. There have been no scientific tests to evaluate these things in dogs, they have been done in people only. However they should in theory be safe and helpful and the fact that they have been used so widely with no reports of trouble, it is believed that they are safe. I am sure you can safely add Yumove to what you are giving and that it is likely to help.


15th Sep 2015
Jon Scott

I was under the impression that glucosamine had been proven to be a 'fake'. Is this correct ? and if so why does it feature so heavily in Yumove?

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

Glucosamine is certainly not a "fake". It is a nutrient which can be taken by mouth and indeed it does certainly become incorporated into the structures around joints. There remains some controversy regarding how beneficial it is to any individual (person or animal) to boost dietary levels of this and other substances in order to improve the symptoms experienced (such as stiffness and soreness of the joints). A lot of research has been done into this and many of the scientific studies appear to show a moderate improvement in symptoms, although some do not. There is no definitive answer to this as yet but many people will express an opinion. That is true of many things in life I suppose. My view is that Yumove probably does make a difference for most animals, but it will not work for all and it will rarely be able to make a massive difference. As a company we do receive a huge amount of positive feedback from people who give this to their dogs. This is anecdotal rather than rigorous, scientific evidence, but it is convincing.

Will this help with bone healing?

9th Aug 2015
Mrs Connoways

Hi I'm hoping you can help, my German Pointer has recently been diagnosed with a bone infection he is now on Mycinor and Baytril to fight the infection and Pardale as pain relief for the next six weeks. I am looking for something that may help support the healing process and get him back on track, would this be worth a try and would it be suitable to give in conjunction with his other medication? Thanks

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

Yumove will not cause any trouble but it is very unlikely to help with a bone infection. The main thing to do is to ensure that the antibiotics are given diligently at the appropriate dose for an adequate period. A good quality diet and regular but gentle exercise are good supportive measures of course too. There is unlikely to be any other supplement which will make any difference.

Disc protusion

3rd Aug 2015
Karen Toner
  • VioVet Customer Since: August 2015
  • From: Wexford, Ireland

Hi my ckc spaniel age 8 has a bad disc protusion. He is on rheumocam 7.5ml daily and is still very stiff and dragging his hind legs so much that he has worn the nails and skin away so its bleeding. We habe dogs socks on him which is doinf the trick but wonrmdweing if a glucosamene supplement would help or if its a waste of time for disc protusion. Could younrecommend anything? Thank you x

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

Glucosamine supplements and other similar products are intended for osteoarthritis. There is very little chance that they will make any difference to your dog. In fact there are no drugs or supplements which are known to help with this situation, so I think you would probably be wasting your money to give anything other than pain relief and other symptomatic treatments as required. However I would say that I have known a number of dogs which have been severely affected with this problem to make a complete recovery in time. (Sometimes this takes months, even up to a year or so. However if the dog is not in distress and can be kept comfortable, it is well worth the wait.)

Others medication

31st Jul 2015
Mrs Dayl Larkin

My 9year old Lab had cruciate ligament surgery 2 years ago. She now has arthritis and is on 20mg of Metacam and 2 Tramadol a day. Can she take Yumove with this medication. Walks and runs fine but stiff on getting up after sleeping and resting.

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

Yumove would be a very sensible product to add to the treatment. It is not likely to be as potent as the other products, but it can add another dimension to the overall treatment and is completely safe. I would certainly give it a try.


23rd Jul 2015

My dog has eaten about quarter of a pot of time ha tablets (240 tablet pot) what could be the side affects!

  • Marketing Assistant

Hi Caroline.

I've contacted Lintbells who create the product and the lady i spoke to said that this is quite a common issue and that you should simply keep an eye on your dog and not give them any more for a few days. Side-effects might be a bit of an upset tummy and possibly some Diarrhoea.


21st Jul 2015

Hi my 5.5 year old chocolate lab has elbow displacia and is currently on rymadil 100mg a day however he still lags behind on his walks at times has anyone got any suggestions and does anyone know if the yumove has been successful with other dogs of similar background.

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

Yumove has indeed been found to work well for many dogs with this and similar conditions. It is often used along with Rimadyl in fact and the two products seem to work well together. There are a couple of other things to bear in mind too. The heavier your dog is, the more difficult it is for the elbows to cope and the more they will suffer with wear and tear as as time goes by, resulting in greater arthritic change. Labs tend to get very chunky and a slim dog can be achieved by simply feeding less food. Try to always bear that in mind and your dog's mobility will benefit enormously. Also gentle, regular exercise is good, but if your dog has imperfect joints, you should try not to over-do the exercise. Do not expect too much (though it is important for your dog to enjoy going out). Again the joints will last longer in a reasonable state if you do not wear them out.

How to provide pain care in dogs with arthr

19th Jul 2015
Penny harries

How can I help my 10.5 year old border collie with arthritis? She finds it difficult getting up but still chases around with sticks etc and enjoys a walk. This is mostly in the morning but also after a walk.

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

Typically joint stiffness is most apparent after a period of inactivity, or a period of excessive activity, just as you describe. The solution is partly to take this into account. Regular, frequent, gentle moving about is helpful. Not moving the joints is bad for them, just as doing too much is. (Too much might be just what was easy to do a few years ago, but there we are.) Put the dampers on the amount of exercise at a time, but do encourage frequent gentle movement. Other than that there are medications to help. The most powerful and effective are prescription products which your vet can advise you on (we are not permitted to do so, strictly). There are a number of joint supplements which seem to help some individuals significantly and Yumove is one of the most popular. These products are very safe and it is always worth trying them if you can. They can be used regardless of other medication being given or not. You should also make sure your dog is not overweight, that just makes everything else more difficult. If in doubt, feed less if you can.

2 supplements

17th Jul 2015

can I give Yumove as well as loxicom to my 13year old mongrel

  • Marketing Assistant

It should be ok, there should not be interaction between the medication and the ingredients in Yumove.