Vet's Kitchen Active Joints for Dogs

Vet's Kitchen Active Joints for Dogs
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300ml Bottle

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  • 300ml Bottle £7.00


Vet's Kitchen Active Joints for Dogs is a potent formulation specifically designed to promote the health of dogs’ joints. It is created and developed by vet Joe Inglis and Gold-medal winning swimmer and glucosamine expert David Wilkie. This unique formulation contains high levels of glucosamine, chondroitin, hyaluronic acid, collagen and MSM, and is delivered in a tasty all-natural chicken sauce which is simply added to your dog’s main meal once a day, making administration simple and effective.


  • Delivers clinically proven level of glucosamine – 20mg per kg bodyweight
  • Chondroitin for added cartilage protection
  • Hyaluronic acid, collagen and MSM from human joint supplements
  • Natural chicken sauce preparation
  • 30 days care for a 20kg dog
  • No artificial colours or flavours


  • Water
  • Glucosamine hydrochloride
  • Xanthan Gum
  • Collagen Hydrosylate
  • Natural Chicken Flavour
  • Chrondroitin sulphate (marine)
  • Methyl Sulphonyl Methane
  • Potassium Sorbate
  • Caramel
  • Sodium Benzoate
  • Hyaluronic Acid


Active Ingredients mg per 5ml mg per 100g
Glucosamine Hydrochloride 200 4000
Collagen Hydrosylate 50 1000
Chrondroitin sulphate 25 500
Methyl Sulphonyl Methane 10 200
Hyaluronic Acid 1 20

Nutritional Analysis mg per 5ml mg per 100g
Energy kilojoules 8.1 161
kilocals 2.0 39
Protein 0.1 2.8
Carbohydrate 0.2 4
Fat trace 1.3
Fibre trace 0.3
Ash trace 0.2

Feeding Guide

1 x 5ml teaspoon per 10kg bodyweight per day.

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Reviews (40)

Summary of Reviews for Vet's Kitchen Active Joints for Dogs

Overall 5
Ease Of Use
Value For Money
Absence Of Side Effects
40 out of 40 (100%) customers would recommend this product.
5 stars (31 reviews)
4 stars (9 reviews)
3 stars (0 reviews)
2 stars (0 reviews)
1 stars (0 reviews)

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45 Joint Supplement
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By on 17 December 2021

Economical product and easy to administer. Seems to be helping with stiffness.

Customer recommends this product

55 Excellent Product.
Verified Purchase

By on 15 December 2021

Have used this product in the past for a neutered Senior Male Pug who had spinal problems. His quality of life was considerably improved so when one of my Senior Girl Pugs was showing signs of problems it was the obvious choice. She is now one very happy Lady Pug. SO Thank You.

Customer recommends this product

55 Active joints
Verified Purchase

By on 1 June 2020

Easy to use, straight onto food.

Customer recommends this product

55 Excellent product
Verified Purchase

By on 26 February 2020

Have tried this product before and knew it would be great for Macy and her stiff joints and yes it has worked wonders for her.

Customer recommends this product

45 Mobility improved
Verified Purchase

By on 17 February 2020

Easy to use, both dogs seem to like the taste and their mobility has improved quite a lot.

Customer recommends this product

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Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Vet's Kitchen Active Joints for Dogs, including answers from our team.

12 July 2020 at 9:18pm

Can this liquid be given orally?

Philip Thompson

My 5 yr. old male staffie has recently been diagnosed with arthritis in his front leg following xrays.
He does not seem to like the chicken flavour! Strange.
Can this be given orally with a syringe?

  • VioVet Staff

Yes this supplement can be given directly into the mouth via syringe if required. It can be mixed with the any wet/dry food though, this may be the easiest way to give it.

4 April 2020 at 7:03pm


Can I give the vets kitchen active joints to my chiahuahua/jack russel cross weighing 5.5kg.
Got a touch of tendonitis and vet says he may get arthritis as he gets older.

  • VioVet Staff

Hi Tezza,

Starting extra joint support now sounds like a good idea and this Vet's Kitchen Active Joints is certainly an option - especially if you'd prefer something that is more like a treat.

It's currently showing as our of stock with our supplier, but we have plenty of our Joint Force Soft Chews for dogs in stock and they include more joint support ingredients which may help further protect his joints. The pot of 60 would last you dog 120 days, so per day it only works out a few pence more than the Vet's Kitchen liquid. The chews can be given like a treat or even crumbled into food like a tasty topping. :-)

I hope this is helpful!

Kind regards,

1 March 2016 at 8:46pm

Kidney failure

Glenice Spencer

  • VioVet customer since 2016
  • From: Lancashire, United Kingdom

My dog has been diagnosed with kidney failure. She has arthritis and I am looking to use vets kitchen active joints for dogs. Can this be given to a dog with kidney failure?

  • VioVet Staff

This product should be perfectly safe to use in a dog with kidney failure, as long as it does not put your dog off its normal eating and drinking. Certainly the product itself should be fine, but it is important that your dog continues to eat well and drink plenty of water. Supplements like this have become very popular as aids to reduce some of the symptoms of arthritis and so it is a reasonable thing to try with your dog. Results can take a while to become apparent and long-term use is usually advocated.

23 April 2015 at 4:40pm

Active joints + ageility?


Is it ok to use both together? I'm feeding my dog food that has a mobility pack-chrontoin, msm, glucosamine but after a recent vet check up my vet nurse has recommended that my dog has increased supplements for arthritis & dementia.

  • VioVet Staff

It is acceptable to give these products together. The amount in these medicated foods tends to be quite low, so extra chondroitin and glucosamine in particular are potentially beneficial.

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