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Dodson & Horrell Joint Support Mobility for Horses

  • Dried » 1kg Tub £12.49
  • Dried » 2.5kg Bag £22.99
  • Dried » 5kg Tub £42.99
  • Dried » 10kg Tub £76.99
  • Liquid » 1 litre Bottle £15.49

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Dodson & Horrell Mobility contains a unique blend of celery seed, nettle, burdock root, dandelion leaves, devil's claw and comfrey leaf. The formula is designed to help support joint health and mobility in horses, and is particularly beneficial to those that are slightly older.


  • Pain relieving and soothing properties
  • Ideal for older horses or those with joint conditions
  • Available as a dried or liquid blend


  • Nettle
  • Celery Seed
  • Burdock Root
  • Dandelion Leaves
  • Devil’s Claw Root
  • Comfrey Leaf

Feeding Guidelines

Ponies & smaller horses:

  • 2.5 scoops per day (dried)
  • 15ml per day (liquid)

Larger horses:

  • 3 scoops per day (dried)
  • 30ml per day (liquid)

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Joint support or devils claw.

10th Oct 2015
Kirstie Maxwell
  • VioVet Customer Since: October 2015
  • From: West Lothian, United Kingdom

I have a 20 yr old TBX who has arthritis in one of his hind legs. I have him on a glucosamine supplement. But I was thinking of putting him on devils claw as well. Which would be best pure devils claw or the joint support mobility.

  • Non-Executive Director

There have not been any proper scientific trials undertaken to assess and compare these products (they are not licensed medicines and are classed as food supplements). This means that we just have to go on anecdotal reports on their effects. Our feeling is that combining different ingredients together tends to provide a more consistent response, but there is still some individual variation between different horses in how they respond. You only find out for definite when you try something and see how it works in your own horse.

Use with other products?

31st Mar 2015

Can this be used along side glucosamine and buteless liquid?

  • Non-Executive Director

This product contains different ingredients to those above and all are regarded as safe, natural supplements. There is always a faint chance that any particular individual will react badly to any product, but the chances are this will be perfectly safe for your horse.