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Yumove Joint Supplement for Dogs

  • YuMove Active Dog » Pack of 60 Tablets £11.99
  • YuMove Active Dog » Pack of 240 Tablets £34.90
  • YuMove Dog » Pack of 60 Chewable Tablets £9.99
  • YuMove Dog » Pack of 120 Chewable Tablets £16.99
  • YuMove Dog » Pack of 300 Chewable Tablets £34.25
  • YuMove Dog » Pack of 300 Chewable Tablets +20% Extra Free (360 Tablets) £34.25

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Description

YuMOVE Dog is a premium joint supplement for dogs which soothes stiffness, safeguards long-term joint health and promotes mobility. Following two and half years of rigorous clinical research by the Royal Veterinary College, YuMOVE is now the first joint supplement ever to be clinically proven to work in just 6 weeks. All the ingredients in YuMOVE have been carefully selected, based on the results of research that prove their beneficial effects for your dog's joints. Unlike many joint supplements, YuMOVE does not include a long list of unproven ingredients.

YuMOVE Active (Formerly Young & Active) is a unique premium formula which supports recovery after exercise, and helps growing dogs and canine athletes stay on top form. It promotes mobility, supports joint development and maintains active joints, while aiding recovery after exercise.

Yumove is now available as Yumove Advance for Cats for cats too.

Feline Yumove Advance is perfect for cats that like to get about, and could do with some extra support in both young and ageing joints.

There is no need to feel left out as you too can feel the benefit of this marvelous joint supplement with iMove for humans, available by clicking here.

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Features + Benefits

How does YuMOVE Dog support your dog's joints?

AIDS STIFF JOINTS
VitaEase™ Green Lipped Mussel from the crystal clear waters of New Zealand provides an incredibly concentrated source of Omega 3. With 4 times more active than standard versions, VitaEase™ Green Lipped Mussel is proven to soothe stiff joints.

SUPPORTS JOINT STRUCTURE
High strength Glucosamine provides the major building blocks of cartilage.
Natural Chondroitin found in VitaEase™ Green Lipped Mussel helps to maintain healthy cartilage and joints for longer. Manganese supports collagen formation in the cartilage, tendons and ligaments.

PROMOTES MOBILITY
YuMOVE Dog contains a unique form of Hyaluronic Acid proven to reach the joint within 2 hours, helping to lubricate and cushion the joint. Vitamins C & E are antioxidants which neutralise free radicals, helping to maintain joint mobility.

Each tablet contains:

Glucosamine HCl# 250mg

Green Lipped Mussel * 150mg

Hyaluronic Acid 1.5mg

Manganese 3mg

Vitamin C 12.5mg

Vitamin E 0.5mg

# Glucosamine HCl is the purest form available (99.8% pure)

* Green Lipped Mussel provides natural Chondrotin, unique Omega 3's (including ETA) and is a rich source of glycosaminoglycans, amino acids and minerals

Composition

Di calcium Phosphate, Glucosamine HCI (28%), Green Lipped Muscle (17%), Liver Powder, Magnesium Stearate, Hyaluronic Acid (0.17%).

Additives

Vitamin C 14200mg, Vitamin E 550mg, Manganese Sulphate Monohydrate 3407mg

Analytical Constituents

Protein 20%, Fat Content 2.8%, Crude Fibre 7.7%, Crude Ash 25.1%

Daily Recommendation

Small Breeds (up to 15kg) 1 Tablet
Medium Breeds (16-30kg) 2 Tablets
Large Breeds (31-45kg) 3 Tablets
Very Large Breeds (Over 45kg) 4 Tablets


This can be given as a treat or simply added to their food daily. Double the daily recommendation for the first 4-6 weeks.

Yumove Active

Features + Benefits

How does YuMOVE Active Dog support your dog's joints?

AIDS JOINT DEVELOPMENT
Glucosamine, N-acetyl-D-glucosamine and Manganese in high levels to support natural replenishment of joint tissue in active and growing joints, supporting cartilage, tendons and ligaments.

SUPPORTS ACTIVE JOINTS
The unique VitaEase™ Green Lipped Mussel provides an incredibly concentrated source of Omega 3 which is 4 times more active than standard versions and is proven to soothe stiff joints after exercise.

PROMOTES MOBILITY
Hyaluronic Acid is a major part of synovial fluid, which helps lubricate and cushion the joint during exercise. Extra strength Vitamin C & E neutralise free radicals, helping to maintain mobility long-term.

Each tablet contains:

Green Lipped Mussel (containing natural Chondroitin) 180mg

Glucosamine HCI 125mg

N-acetyl-D-glucosamine 12.5mg

Hyaluronic Acid 1.5mg

Manganese 5mg

Vitamin C 15mg

Vitamin E 25mg

Composition

Di Calcium Phosphate, Green Lipped Muscle Powder (23%), Glucosamine HCI (16%), Magnesium Stearate, Hyaluronic Acid (0.2%)

Additives

Vitamin C 19005mg, Vitamin E 31675mg, Manganese Sulphate Monohydrate 6335mg Sensory Additives; Flavouring

Analytical Constituents

Protein 19.8%, Fat Content 7%, Crude Fibre 5.3%, Crude Ash 28.8%

Daily Recommendation

SMALL DOGS (Up to 15kg) 1 tablet
MEDIUM DOGS (16 - 30kg) 2 tablets
LARGE DOGS (31 - 45kg) 3 tablets
VERY LARGE DOGS (over 45kg) 4 tablets

This can be given as a treat or simply added to their food daily. Double the daily recommendation for the first 4-6 weeks.

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Questions & Answers for Yumove Joint Supplement for Dogs

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Yeast?

25th Oct 2016
Lori B
  • VioVet Customer Since: February 2015
  • From: Devon, United Kingdom

I am currently giving my chocolate Labrador bitch a joint supplement which contains yeast and as I am wary of yeast because of possible allergy side effects (scratching, which she has been suffering from until I took her off the main source of the yeast, a multivitamin tablet), I am wondering if this supplement contains yeast.

  • Veterinary Surgeon

Yumove does not contain any yeast and so would be a good choice for your dog. Whilst the amount of yeast in the joint supplement she is already on is likely to contain only a very small amount yeast it seems logical to use something like yumove that doesn't contain any at all.

Double dose

15th Oct 2016
Teresa Ward
  • VioVet Customer Since: October 2016
  • From: Leicestershire, United Kingdom

My 9yr old springer spaniel has very bad arthritis in his elbows due to breaking them one at 3 yrs and one at 6 yrs I was just wondering if these would be of any use to him he is on metacam and has recently lost 8 kg which has helped with his mobility but I am willing to try anything to make his life a bit easier and also would he be better on a double dose to start with thanks

  • Veterinary Surgeon

Your dog would be an ideal candidate for Yumove and he is likely to find it very helpful. It can be given safely with other medication such as metacam. It would be best to give a loading dose (double the normal dose) for 4-6 weeks before dropping down onto the maintenance dose.

At what age can a dog start taking Yumove

16th Sep 2016
Rhona

We have a 2 and a half year old English Bulldog. Earlier this year he had an operation for a crucial ligament tear and was diagnosed with early signs of arthritis. Recently we have noticed that his back legs can at times be stiff especially after chasing after his ball and he can be slow to get up. At his young age is it safe to start him on Yumove ? Many thanks

  • Veterinary Surgeon

It is perfectly safe to start Yumove at a young age if the dog has a history of joint problems. Some people even give it to dogs without joint problems in the hope that it will delay the onset of arthritis in later life. It sounds like Yumove would be very helpful for your dog.

Yumove

15th Sep 2016
kate

My 13yr old labradore is currently taking previcox227g and tramadol 50mg I also give him glucosamine with chondroitin and am thinking of changing to yumove do you think it this would work better for him.

  • Veterinary Surgeon

Yumove is certainly one of the more highly regarded joint supplements and many people report good results. It contains glucosamine and chondroitin which you are giving already but also contains Hyaluronic Acid amongst a few other extra ingredients. HA is found in synovial fluid that helps to lubricate the joints. This is likely to be of benefit to your dog and in theory should be better than the supplements he is currently on. It is definitely worth a try to see how it works for your dog.

Suitable for a stone forming dog?

16th Aug 2016
Margaret Davies
  • VioVet Customer Since: August 2016
  • From: Abertawe, United Kingdom

my dog is soon to undergo a knee operation in the build up to this my vet has given me seraquin which contains yeast which is bad for a dog who has suffered from urate stones in past,is yumove better for him

  • Veterinary Surgeon

Yumove and Seraquin are both thought to be good quality joint supplements. I suspect that the small quantity of yeast extract in the Seraquin would not make much difference to your dog but using something equally as good like Yumove or our own brand Joint Force that doesn't contain any yeast seems logical. All of these supplements contain good quality ingredients so you can choose which one is best for you and your dog.

Liver problem

13th Jul 2016
Fred Williams
  • VioVet Customer Since: February 2016
  • From: , United Kingdom

My 7 year old Lab have has osteoarthritis for almost 4 years. She been on Stride Plus and Medicam/Inflacam ever since. We have just found out that she now has a liver problem caused by prolong use of Inflamcam. The vet we are now under has taken her off it and put her on a 3 week course of Denamarin which is nearly finished. She can no longer go on Inflamcam so would it be safe to put her on YuMove?

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

It should be perfectly safe to put her on Yumove, it does not have any bad effect on the liver. Obviously it is hoped that the discomfort from her joints will be helped by the Yumove, but it is unlikely to be as pronounced as the effects of the prescription medication. It would be sensible to do all you can in other ways to help her mobility. This involves encouraging frequent but very gentle exercise every day, avoiding anything too excited or prolonged. This helps the joints from getting too stiff. It is also hugely beneficial to keep her weight down. Any extra weight she carries will put a massive strain on the joints. If she is not a slim dog, then ideally you should aim to get her that way. You can only do it through cutting down on food since exercise must be minimal. Given that she has had liver trouble she might lose weight anyway and not need any sort of a diet reduction, but do bear this in mind. Most arthritic labs are very overweight and they can be helped more by weight loss than medication.

Rimadyl

30th Jun 2016
Bently

Hi have a staff called Bently he is nine and he has arthritis in he's front legs the vet gives me rimadyl which cost a lot of money will umove be just as good for him

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

Yumove works in a completely different way from Rimadyl and cannot be expected to completely replace it. Yumove is a great joint support supplement but does not directly have the same pain relieving and anti-inflammatory properties as Rimadyl. Some individuals respond better than others to either product. The usual plan is to add Yumove along with Rimadyl for about 4 weeks, then see if it is possible to reduce the amount of Rimadyl afterwards. Some dogs seem not to need constant Rimadyl, maybe having a course periodically and possibly managing on a lower daily dose. Other dogs benefit much more from the Rimadyl and reducing the dose or stopping it even for a short while leaves the dog stiff and uncomforable, which is not very kind. The problem is that it is not easy to advise you other than to try it and see what results you get. I have known some dogs to become much more comfortable on a joint supplement like Yumove and not need any NSAID like Rimadyl for ages. Other dogs show no apparent response to the joint supplement at all and really cannot manage without the NSAID.

If your vet will provide you with a written prescription for Rimadyl (he has to by law if you ask, but he can charge you what he wants for the piece of paper) then you can send us the prescription and buy the Rimadyl from us. It will probably be about half the cost.

Yumove in elderly dogs

21st Jun 2016
Heather

Is this suitable for elderly dogs (12 year old jrt) who are already showing signs of problems? For example he limps on one front leg after going for walks. He is also a very small Jack Russell terrier around the 5kg mark. Would half a tablet be sufficient enough for him?

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

Your dog sounds to be ideal to go onto Yumove. I think it is well worth going onto this supplement and it would be acceptable to give just half a tablet daily, though it might be better to give a whole tablet daily for the first few weeks.

Yumove

2nd Jun 2016
Tracy Smith
  • VioVet Customer Since: October 2015
  • From: North Yorkshire, United Kingdom

I've started my gsd on yumove and you recommend to double up for the first 4-6 weeks.after this do you reduce to half straight away or take them away gradually until she's back down to 3 a day? The difference after 6 days is amazing.thankyou.

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

It is usual to drop suddenly. Once enough has built up in the system then a lower amount should keep it there. However if you are unsure about this you can certainly tail it off gradually. (Some people feel that the higher dose works better and stay on the full dose long-term, but that is rarely required. It is safe to do though.)

Can I use Yumove with other medications ?

15th May 2016
Lyndsey plane

My 13 year old collie has bad arthritus , he is on loxicom and tramodol , can I safely give Yumove too or is there anything else you would reccomend ? Thanks

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

Yumove is regarded as a safe and appropriate product to be given to dogs on the medications you are currently using. It is unlikely to be as helpful as the prescription drugs he is on already, but it works in a completely different way and sometimes seems to be very beneficial. It is a good product to add to the treatment plan. Weight control (through restricted feeding if necessary) and sensible exercise (regular, frequent, but gentle, brief and calm) are as helpful as the medications sometimes.