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Newmarket Joint Supplement for Dogs

  • 100g Tub £11.09

Description

Joint Supplement from Newmarket contains the most concentrated form of Glucosamine available and is made from natural raw materials meaning it is guaranteed to contain over 99% Glucosamine Hydrochloride. Its specially formulated contents allow it to provides the ideal amount of glucosamine at the most economic rate.

Glucosamine is a naturally occurring non-toxic molecule which is essential in the promotion of normal cartilage, joint fluid, tendon, and ligament function.

Feeding guidelines

Add the following amounts daily to your dog's feed.

Bodyweight Daily amount Measures per day
10-20kg 1.0 1
20-35kg 1.5 1.5
35+ 2.0 2

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Vegetarian?

3rd Jul 2015
Pippa Jennings
  • VioVet Customer Since: July 2013
  • From: Norfolk, United Kingdom

Is this a vegetarian source of glucosamine? Is so please provide full list of ingredients.

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

We have not been able to find this out so far after enquiring from the manufacturer. However I can say that glucosamine is only found in significant amounts in certain animal tissues (including crustaceans) and a vegetarian source requires a more difficult and expensive manufacturing process. It can be made by various fungi and extracted that way, but I doubt if that applies to any of the popular and established suppliers of any of these types of supplement intended for dogs. Given that so few dogs are fed a purely vegetarian diet, the market for such a product might well not be enough to make it worthwhile producing. That would mean having to use a human product. This should be safe in fact, though it is difficult to know how useful it would be.