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Chudleys Devil's Claw Root for Dogs

  • Liquid » 250ml Bottle £8.50
  • Powder » 75g Tub £6.49

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Chudleys Devil's Claw Root is a herbal supplement for the aid of promoting normal joint function. Devil's Claw Root is perfect for older dogs with limited joint mobility and ideal for working dogs following injury, to get them back in top condition.


  • Crude Protein - 5.1%
  • Crude Fibre - 7.8%
  • Crude Oils and Fats - 0.4%
  • Crude Ash - 5.4%

Feeding Guidelines

The following guidelines show the recommended daily feeding amounts for both the liquid and powder.

  • Liquid - 1ml per 10kg of body weight daily
  • Powder - A 2ml scoop is included. The following table shows the amount to feed based on the size of your dog.
Size of dog Amount daily in food
Small 1/2 scoop
Small-Medium 1 level scoop
Medium-Large 1-2 scoops
Giant 2-3 scoops

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Devils claw

4th Jul 2016
Sue Plowman
  • VioVet Customer Since: September 2014
  • From: Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom

Hi I assume ok to use with yumove? Thanks

  • Non-Executive Director

This should be fine to use with Yumove.

There have not actually been any proper scientific tests to demonstrate that this is safe, but from our knowledge of the ingredients we would certainly not expect an adverse interaction and the anecdotal evidence is positive.

Mixing meds

25th Apr 2016

can I give this with Metacam, which my 14yr lab is on for spondylosis in spine.

  • Non-Executive Director

The active element(s) in Devil's Claw are not adequately researched to be able to answer your question with absolute certainty. Some people believe that it has an anti-inflammatory effect which theoretically could result in an adverse reaction if combined with an NSAID such as Metacam. Personally I suspect it would be safe because reactions like this are not reported, but it is difficult to know. The safest option would be to use instead a product like Yumove, which has different ingredients which are very widely combined safely with NSAIDs including Metacam.