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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. 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 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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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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YOUMOVE TABLETS FOR HUMANS?

20th Jun 2015
ERIC FOSTER

i SUFFER FROM KNEE PAIN CAUSED BY PAST RUNNING ON ROADS ETC. iF YOUR TABLET HELPS DOGS COULD IT ALSO HELP ME?

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

There is a version of Yumove intended for humans, called Imove and this would be sensible to try. It seems to work for some people and not others. You need to take it for a few weeks before you know if it is working.

Aktivait used with Yumove

15th Jun 2015
Cherry Welsh
  • VioVet Customer Since: June 2015
  • From: Argyll and Bute, United Kingdom

I am at present using Yumove Advance with an elderly 20 kg dog. Is it safe to use Aktivait along with that? It is the omega 3 /DHA EPA dosage that concerns me - though there may be other aspects I'm not aware of.
With thanks.

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

In my opinion you can safely use these two products together at their respective recommended amounts per day. You would have to give much larger amounts for them to be likely to cause any problems. In fact these supplements are often given together in older dogs.

Yumove for a young Sprocker

15th Jun 2015
Sue

We have been told that our 10 month old sprocker has problems with her elbows, probably a birth defect. She doesn't seem to be in much pain but has a pronounced limp, especially after exercise. She is going for an MRI scan and possibly an arthroscopy, after which an exercise plan will be sorted out (to include aquatherapy). Our vet mentioned Yumove when I asked about suppliments and I have ordered a pack of the Yumove young and active to try. Any other suggestions?
Regards
Sue

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

Yumove is a good suggestion for a supplement. There are many others out there, but none are likely to be any better than this.

As far as other things to do, you should bear a few things in mind. I hope this does not come over too "down-beat" but you can influence things a great deal by what you do from now on and I am hoping to help your dog. Sadly her joints may never be perfect, but she might well live a happy and comfortable life, depending partly on how things go from now on. Firstly the reason why your dog limps more after exercise will be that the joints are more uncomfortable. She might not seem to be in much pain but that is deceptive. If it did not hurt, she would not limp. I am sure it is not agonising but it will be sore. Some level of discomfort is likely to be associated with her elbows for the rest of her life. That is a shame but it is true and it is best to take it into account in how she is looked after from now on. Any wear and tear on the joints will tend gradually over the years to make things worse. Some of this is inevitable with age and just generally living her life. However if you can minimise it then she will probably cope very happily. I would suggest that you put her on a well balanced diet and keep her a bit hungry from now on. If an active young dog is fed well and puts on weight quickly, then the weight can be too much for the growing joints and the cartilage within the joints suffers. This is especially true if the dog is given a high protein diet with poorly balanced levels of calcium, phsphate, vitamin D, protein and overall energy level. (I hope you have not been offering much in the way of fresh meat or fish without also giving a suitable supplement to help balance these things out.) Manufactured foods generally have a very carefully balanced level of these nutrients and adding one of them (such as protein) and not adding appropriate levels of the other things will unbalance the overall diet. If your dog is not heavy and is not growing quickly this is not too important. Otherwise, it can be. It is usually the joints which suffer when it is. The point of saying this is that you should aim for your dog to be slim and finishing off all its growing (over the next few months) very slowly. (This affects the way the cartilage forms within the joints.) You will give your dog the best chance of having comfortable joints for the rest of its life if it is slim and growing slowly. This is the complete opposite to what most people intuitively believe. However it remains the case. Slow growth on a basic but balance diet tends to produce the strongest and most trouble-free joints.

Then from now on you should let your dog have fun, but not over-do the exercise. That is easier siad than done for spaniels, but the more wear and tear, then more the joints will suffer over time. Also the leaner your dog is, the less weight the joints have to carry and the less wear they will have to deal with, so aim for a slim dog from now on. If she is at all plump, she is eating too much. The correct amount of food produces the correct body weight. It really is as simple as that.

POsy operative support

9th Jun 2015
Elizabeth Kemp

I have a five year old 29 kg lab recovering from TTA surgery and want to encourage the best possible recovery option. The vet surgeon is happy for chordroitin/ glucosamin supplement and I'd appreciate your guidance about dosage please. How much and how long, to assist my purchase.

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

I would suggest 2 tablets daily for as long as possible. I would certainly dose for the entire healing period which will take a few months altogether. Many authorities believe that there could be a benefit gained from continuing this for the rest of the animal's life. The scientific evidence for this is not conclusive but there is a lot of anecdotal evidence which suggests that the symptoms of joint stiffness and discomfort are reduced through long-term supplementation. Some of these changes are a natural part of the ageing process but they tend to be exacerbated whenever there has been any joint injury or surgery. This sort of supplementation is widely believed to help with all of this. The supplements are very safe and so if possible, I would recommendd long-term use.

Please help with cocker spaniel.

8th Jun 2015
Lee Jones

My 3 year old working cocker spaniel has just been diagnosed with arthritis in both front elbows which is incredibly upsetting as he is such an active little dog. We noticed a slight limp every now and then so took him to the vets for X-rays.
He vet has recommended this product for him and I am happy with the reviews I've read on here. I'm also picking up an English springer spaniel this weekend so this news is just a kick in the stomach and has spoiled the excitement of the new pup that's coming.
My dog has always had orijin food with salmon oil drizzled on it and sardines in sunflower oil three times a week. I will be feeding the pup on orijin too but am now worried that I should also be giving the pup a supplement too.
Your advice would be greatly appreciated as our dogs mean the world to us. Thank you in advance.

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

Yumove is a sensible supplement to give to your adult Cocker. It will do no harm to the puppy too and might even help a bit at preventing trouble in future, though there is not much evidence of this effect yet. The main things are to moderate any strenuous/pronged exercise where you can and to make sure that the dogs are never over-weight. Spaniels love nothing more than working as they have been bred for, but the wear and tear involved will often produce some degree of arthritic change in the joints. I would have to add that it is also helpful for a growing dog to have a well balanced diet with regard to the levels of calcium, phosphate, vitamin D and overall energy content of the food. I would suggest feeding a commercial food (Orijen is great) and not adding much else to it at all as far as meat or fish is concerned until the puppy is 12 months old. There is nothing intrinsically wrong with these other foods, but the way the cartilage forms within the joints is affected by vitamin/mineral levels. As an observation I would say that dogs brought up purely on good quality commercial food seem to have less joint problems in later life than those brought up on a commercial food with high protein foods added to them. A good vitamin and mineral supplement (such as SF-50) can be given as well to counter this effect, or you can just regard these foods as occasional treats and not make them a significant part of the diet.

Two supplements together?

6th Jun 2015
Angela

I have an 8 year old GSP who has joint stiffness. He also suffers from dry, flaky skin. Is it safe to use yumega and yomove together or would one of them do both jobs?

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

These products do different jobs and it is perfectly OK to give them both together. From the sounds of things this combination could suit your dog very well.

Is there a loading dose for Yumove

27th May 2015
Sarah Wherry

I have a 10 year old 14 kg border collie cross that I would like to put on a joint supplement. Is there a loading dose for Yumove and what is the daily amount as I am trying to decide how many tablets to purchase, thank you.

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

The recommended amount long-term for your dog would be one tablet per day. I would suggest double this for the first month if your dog is already showing any signs of joint stiffness and discomfort, otherwise a loading dose is unlikely to be needed.

Would yumove advance help my dog more

29th Apr 2015
Meryl Crittenden
  • VioVet Customer Since: April 2015
  • From: Suffolk, United Kingdom

My 11 Year old bearded collie has very stiff back legs. He has been on yumove for 3 weeks. I feel that there has not been a great improvement. Would yumove advance help more

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

Yumove and similar nutritional supplements seem to help in many situations, but they simply are not able to do that every time. Possibly if you continue for longer, or if you switch to the Advance product, there will be more improvement. However I would have to suggest that it would be sensible to see your vet. It is highly likely that a prescription medicine could be provided which would be safe and dramatically more effective. The Yumove maybe worth continuing as it seems to help maintain the improvement of anti-inflammatory medication. I think a trip to the vet would be the best plan.

Which yumove is beneficial?

20th Apr 2015
Betty

I have a 15 yrs old shih tzu who has arthritis on hind legs . Although he has not much problem in his mobility , it can be observed his hind legs are quite stiff and weaker. I have another 6 other shih tzu, which abt 7- 9 years old . I would like to start them on glucosamine supplements early.

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

It is completely fine to start Yumove at any adult age. The amount of benefit you are likely to get is difficult to judge and will remain unknown. However it is generally believed that these products do help and that they will reduce some of the symptoms associated with arthritis. Starting early is only likely to help, so it is fine to use before any symptoms appear on the younger dog. The older dog would be much more likely to benefit too of course.

Would Youmove help?

19th Apr 2015
Alexandra
  • VioVet Customer Since: April 2014
  • From: Cornwall, United Kingdom

I have a male neutered husky around 3 years old and he has had a limp a couple of months ago , vet thinks it was a sprain. It was his right front leg. It was intermittent and was most prominent when he got up after lying down for a while, he still wanted to run around tho and didn't yelp or show any pain when he ran around the house! We gave him rest and limited his exercise to 2 very very short walks a day for a couple of weeks and reduced his calories.

The limp has come back and I can't think why. He has Simpsons Premium Dog food. Would Youmove help him? He is a big dog for his breed, he measures above average for his breed. He weighs about 31-32kg. Vet has reassured us he isn't overweight.

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

The Yumove might well help your dog and is a very good choice of a product to try. It has to be used for a few weeks normally before you see much difference. If it works well, you can use it life-long if required.

It is very important to do everything else you can to help this to settle down. You are right to be mindful of his weight. The slimmer the better as far as most of his his joints are concerned. It is also important to put the dampers on him exercising until it is completely better. It is likely that this is a minor injury which is just slow to heal. The longer it goes on, the more likely he is to always be prone to a limp. Best to regard the limp as a sign of weakness somewhere and an indication that he is not yet able to do much more exercise, even if he never appears to be in pain. It will hurt a bit, or he would not limp. Any excitement will reduce his awareness of discomfort, so he will stop limping, but that does not mean it has got better unfortunately.