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ArthriAid for Dogs & Cats

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  • HA Powder » 400g Tub £43.49
  • Omega Liquid Gel For Cats » 50ml Bottle £14.99
  • Omega Liquid » 250ml Pump Bottle £23.50
  • Omega Liquid » 500ml Pump Bottle £44.99
  • Omega Liquid » 1 litre Bottle £65.99
  • Tablets » Pack Of 120 £37.00

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Description

ArthriAid is a joint supplement containing a unique combination of Glucosamine, Chondroitin, MSM and many other nutritious ingredients. It has been designed to help with joint maintenance and the encouragement of optimal mobility. ArthriAid should be given once daily long-term to cats and dogs. There is the choice of buying ArthriAid as a liquid, tablets, gel, powder or soft chews.

For ArtriAid for horses, click here.

Please note: The 250ml and 500ml Arthri-Aid bottles have a pump which dispenses 2.5ml per push for easy measuring.

Feeding Guidelines

HA Powder

For dogs and cats initial intake -

Pet Weight Amount to give:
0.5kg (0-11lb) 2gm
5-10kg (11-22lb) 3gm
10-20kg (22-44lb) 4gm
20-40kg (44-88lb) 5gm
40kg + (80lb +) 6gm

After 14 – 21 days the daily intake can be reduced by half for maintenance.

Omega Liquid

For dogs and cats initial intake:-

  • 0.5ml per kg bodyweight

After 14-21 days the daily dose can be reduced according to the animal's needs (usually reduced by half).

Gel

Apply to cat's paw or add to food:
For cats up to 5kg give 2ml daily. For cats over 5-10 kg give 4ml daily. After 3 - 4 weeks the daily intake can be reduced to meet the cats specific needs (usually can be reduced by half).

Tablets

Pet Weight Amount to give:
Up to 5 kg ¼ tablet daily
5 – 7.5 kg ½ tablet daily
7.5 – 15 kg 1 tablet daily
15 – 22.5 kg 1½ tablets daily
22.5 – 30 kg 2 tablets daily
30 – 37.5 kg 2½ tablets daily
37.5 – 45 kg 3 tablets daily

After 14 – 21 days the daily intake can be reduced by half for maintenance.

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All prices include VAT where applicable.

Reviews (47)

Summary of Reviews for ArthriAid for Dogs & Cats

Overall 5
Effectiveness
Ease Of Use
Value For Money
Absence Of Side Effects
46 out of 47 (98%) customers would recommend this product.
5 stars (37 reviews)
4 stars (9 reviews)
3 stars (0 reviews)
2 stars (1 reviews)
1 stars (0 reviews)

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25 Not as good as it used to be
Verified Purchase

By on 18 March 2019

Not as good as it used to be.The quantities have been halved Glucosamine is now 300 mg was 600mg ,Omega 3 now 38 mg was 250mg -Chondroitin Sulphate 120 mg was 240mg - MSM now125mg was 250 mg. It also became more like a water rather than usual thick oral suspension. A lot of changes considering the fact price went up for this product.The list goes on . I am now looking for a different product as ArthriAid is not good enough anymore especially for a dog like Mastiff.

Customer does not recommend this product

1 person found this review helpful

55 It Works
Verified Purchase

By on 1 December 2018

Jypsey is 13+ which is good for an Airedale and the arthriaid tablets do help her mobility. Although she doesn't seem to like the taste that much.

Customer recommends this product

45 Eases stiff joints
Verified Purchase

By on 28 September 2018

I bought the pump dispense which easily dispenses what looks like gravy on my cats wet food. It took a few days to get used to this on his breakfast but is now eating quite happlily. After just over a week he already appears less stiff in his hips when waking after a nap and is climbing stairs more easily. Optimistic for long term benefits without need for daily Metacam.

Customer recommends this product

45 Positive results
Verified Purchase

By on 9 May 2018

My 19 year old cat had a fall and was experiencing pain in his lower spine. Following a routine course of pain relief from the vets, he still seemed a little uncomfortable and stiff. He has been taking this for around 3 weeks now and does appear to be moving around a little easier.

Customer recommends this product

55 Works
Verified Purchase

By on 2 February 2018

Bought this for our Maine coon cats - and what an effect it has had. From lying down and sleeping a lot - they are flourished up to play. Easy to dos and they like it when mixed in their feed

Customer recommends this product

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Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding ArthriAid for Dogs & Cats, including answers from our team.

7 July 2020 at 8:13pm

Meds

Jenjinx

Hi my dog takes
Apoquel
Vetmedin
Pexion
Is this safe to take with the above?

  • VioVet Staff

Yes ArthriAid is safe to use alongside Apoquel, Vetmedin and Pexion.

9 May 2017 at 10:38pm

ArthriAid after using Yumove

Denise Bolsover

  • VioVet customer since 2013
  • From: Moray, United Kingdom

My cat has been on Yumove for quite a while and at first it seemd to make a difference, but I'm not sure if the effect is diminishing. I'm wondering about trying ArthriAid as an alternative. Is it necessary to have a gap between these products or can I go straight from one to the other on consecutive days? My cat is 15 and is also taking Phenobarbital, Loxicom and Cystophan. He is borderline diabetic but we are managing this with his diet. I assume that ArthriAid is ok in combination with these? Thank you.

  • VioVet Staff

Yumove should actually have a cumulative effect so the response should be better over time rather than diminishing. However some joint supplements do seem to work better for individual cats for some reason so trying ArthriAid could be a good idea. It is best to go straight onto the ArthriAid rather than take a break and it is safe to give with the other medications your cat is on. Failing an improvement on the ArthriAid you could speak to your vet about increasing the dose of loxicom slightly.

26 September 2016 at 8:33pm

Taking arthri aid with other medication

Louise Dunn

  • VioVet customer since 2015
  • From: West Midlands, United Kingdom

My 14 year old springer spaniel is on Vetmedin and Libeo,is this product suitable to take with those medication ?

  • VioVet Staff

There are no ingredients in ArthriAid that would interact adversely with Vetmedin or Libeo so should be perfectly safe to use for your dog.

7 May 2014 at 9:26am

My dog is suffering from arthritis and diabetic could he still take these meds

Steve Stockton

Can my dog take these meds as he is diabetic

  • VioVet Staff

ArthriAid is safe for diabetic dogs so you can give it to your dog.

24 February 2014 at 9:28pm

ArthriAid

Kathleen Brown

  • VioVet customer since 2009
  • From: Scottish Borders, United Kingdom

I have been giving my dog yumove but he is still stiff & limping at times with arthritis he is unable to take nsaids due to bleeding is it worth trying ArthriAid as well as yumove or any other supplement you would recommend

  • VioVet Staff

Arthritis can be a persistent problem and a cure is obviously unlikely. However alleviating the symptoms is often possible. It is difficult to know which of the many different joint supplements to recommend, because there is no good research comparing them. Generally Yumove and Arthri-aid are regarded as good products with similar main ingredients. Personally I would add a product with a very different range of base ingredients to the Yumove, so Cortaflex might be the best one to choose. It remains very important to control body weight and encourage regular but gentle exercise. A lean dog which gets up and wanders bout regularly is likely to do better than one which rests a lot, then has brief bursts of vigorous activity. A little and often should be the rule for exercise. Then feed only the amount of food which produces a slim dog - most of us are too generous with the amounts we give.

2 November 2013 at 12:57pm

How to give product

Mrs. Steele

Can the liquid and powder be mixed with catfood?

  • VioVet Staff

Both the liquid and powder can be mixed with their normal daily meals. You can feed the liquid straight into the mouth but for a better chance of them ingesting the whole amount it should be mixed with their food. The bottle of liquid comes with a handy measuring device in the cap.

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