GWF Nutrition Joint Aid For Cats

GWF Nutrition Joint Aid For Cats

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A high specification complementary feed supplement for all cats, providing a painless and economical aid for encouraging healthy joints.

Through the use of 11 specific active ingredients, Joint Aid provides support to the normal wear and repair of cartilage, synovial fluid, tendons and joints in the skeletal structure, helping to maintain flexibility of movement throughout the life of the cat.

Key Benefits

  • Maintains flexibility of movement in all cats.

  • Supports the natural regeneration of cartilage and synovial fluid.

  • Helps maintain the natural anti-inflammatory actions of cats’ metabolism.

  • Contains high levels of Omega 3 to support optimum health and performance.

  • Contains 12 active nutraceuticals, including: chondroitin, collagen matrix, curcumin, glucosamine, glutamine, hemp oil derived omega 3 fatty acids, MSM, vitamin C and a blend of galactolipid emulsifiers, tocotrienol antioxidants, beta glucans and phospholipids.

  • Contains the Oatinol Delivery System to maintain a healthy digestive tract and a high rate of absorption of essential nutricines, vitamins and trace elements.

  • Wheat gluten free.

  • A 100% Non GM, soya free formulation.

  • Manufactured as very palatable and easily digested 2mm pellets; perfect for mixing with cats' normal feed.

  • Quick and easy to feed.

Daily Feeding Recommendation

1. Simply mix with the cats’ normal feed.
2. Joint Aid for Cats can be fed to all cats, regardless of age or level of exercise.
3. For continued support, Joint Aid for Cats is recommended to be fed on a daily basis

Routine Maintenance Quantity/Day
All Cats 2g (1 Measure)

Measure Included

Analytical Constituents

  • 14% Protein

  • 7.5% Oils & Fats

  • 12% Fibre

  • 4% Ash


  • Black Oats

  • Hemp Seed Meal

  • Micronized (sugar) Beet Pulp

  • Cane (sugar) Molasses

  • 5% Vegetable Oils & Fats (Oatinol)

  • 2% Glucosamine

  • 1% Chondroitin

  • 1% MSM (methylsulfonymethane)

  • 1% Glutamine

  • 0.5% Curcumin

  • 0.5% Collagen Matrix

Nutritional Additives

  • Vitamins

    • 1% E302 Vitamin C (calcium ascorbate)

  • Trace Elements

    • 50mg/kg E5 Manganese (chelate of glycine)

Storage Advice

This product should be stored in a cool, dry area away from direct sunlight.

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Reviews (8)

Summary of Reviews for GWF Nutrition Joint Aid For Cats

Overall 4
Ease Of Use
Value For Money
Absence Of Side Effects
7 out of 8 (88%) customers would recommend this product.
5 stars (6 reviews)
4 stars (1 reviews)
3 stars (0 reviews)
2 stars (0 reviews)
1 stars (1 reviews)

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By on 6 August 2020

It took a few days before I noticed a difference in my cat going up the stairs, but I’ve seen a definite improvement today which is brilliant news especially as she’s 15-years old, and the last 3-4 stairs going up were getting a real struggle for her, but since yesterday (6.8.20) there’s an improvement.

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By on 23 September 2019

Great product, very digestible, tastes good as my very fussy cats don't seem to notice it when mixed in with their meat

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45 Great product
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By on 2 February 2018

Our cats eat it - But it seems, that our cats do not like the taste - ArthriAid for Dogs & Cats tastes better

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55 Great product
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By on 12 April 2015

Very easy to use, just add to food,to early to say if there are benifits, but my cat does seem to be more lively.

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55 It should be in powder form
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By on 12 April 2015

Some years ago one of my cats developed a limp in a front leg. We are not sure how it happened, only that we noticed she was limping when coming for walks. It got worse with time and humidity and we looked for a supplement that might help and she would take ( cats are so fussy! ) At first, I tried the supplement mixed with some wet food but she would not touch it. Hubby decided to grind it to a powder, and presto, she takes it without problems and her limping has gone.

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Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding GWF Nutrition Joint Aid For Cats, including answers from our team.

27 October 2021 at 8:19pm

Mixed with water


  • VioVet customer since 2020
  • From: Northamptonshire, United Kingdom

My cat is so fussy and will refuse anything he's not sure of, can I mix these granules with water then syringe into his mouth?

  • VioVet Staff

Yes you can do this however it may be difficult to mix as it is not intended to be mixed in water. I recommend trying out our Joint Force Chews for Cats instead as these are palatable and can be taken as treats.

25 November 2020 at 12:11pm

Can this be fed alongside yumove


Can I give this to my senior cat as well as the yumove capsules he is already on?

  • VioVet Staff

Yes this can be safely used alongside YuMove. However they both contain very similar ingredients and you will be probably unecessarily doubling up on some of these. Giving extra of these ingredients should cause no harm though and in some animals with significant joint disease a higher dose can actually be beneficial.

28 May 2017 at 12:39pm

How many capsules ?


It states 250g, but you haven't said how many tablets or capsules in it.

  • VioVet Staff

This product comes in a powder not tablets or capsules. The recommended feeding guideline is 2g (1 measure) a day. The measure is included in the tub.

14 September 2016 at 2:43pm

Starting Age ?


  • VioVet customer since 2015
  • From: Hampshire, United Kingdom

At what age would you recommend starting cats with 'GWF Nutrition Joint Aid For Cats' ?? My cat has no mobility problems, but I was thinking this may be good as a Prevention ?

  • VioVet Staff

This supplement can be fed to all cats regardless of age or level of exercise. It would be a good one to start with. There is no solid clinical evidence to say how effective joint supplements are but many people report good results. Most people start their animals on joint supplements once they see signs of wear and tear which is a good idea. However by starting early you may reduce the onset of any stiffness or arthritic joints later in your cats life.

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