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Vetzyme High Strength Flexible Joint Tablets for Dogs

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Vetzyme High Strength Flexible Joint With Glucosamine, Chondroitin, MSM and Omega 3 Helps promote joints health and movement. Vetzyme High Strength Flexible Joint has been specifically formulated to help encourage healthy, mobile joints helping to ensure your dog has a better quality of life as it enters its golden years.

How It Works - The Key Ingredients

Fish Oil (Omega 3) Research has indicated that increased levels of Omega 3 will help maintain healthy and flexible joints

Glucosamine and Chondroitin are amino sugars, they will help:

  • In the formation and rebuilding of cartilage, tendons and ligaments
  • Maintain healthy joint cartilage, tendons and ligaments
  • Lubricate the joints enabling easier movement

MSM (Methyl Sulphonyl Methane) is rich in organic sulphur and may help:

  • Maintain elasticity and healthy movement in the joints
  • Maintain healthy connective tissue
  • Keep joints flexible and muscles supple
  • B-complex is a group of water-soluble vitamins and a daily intake

Can help promote:

  • A shiny healthy coat and guard against nervousness
  • Fitness and vitality and help release energy to muscles

Regular use will help give the less mobile dog the best chance of maintaining a healthy, happy, active life.

Ideal For

  • Senior dogs
  • Puppies over twelve weeks
  • Feeding with all pet food
  • Dogs prone to bad joint problems

Feeding Guidelines

Daily Recommendations
5 - 21kg (11 - 46lbs) 0.5 Tablet
22 - 33kg (48 - 72lbs) 1 Tablet
34 - 46kg (73 - 101lbs) 1.5 Tablets
46kg+ (101lbs) 2 Tablets

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Side effects

1st Jul 2016
Jan Humphrey
  • VioVet Customer Since: August 2012
  • From: Denbighshire, United Kingdom

My dog has been taking these for 3 weeks now and although his mobility seems better he has had dreadful diarrhoea. Could this be a side effect ??

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

This product certainly does not normally cause diarrhoea, but it is entirely possible that it will on occasions. If it does, it should normally settle down quickly in much less than 3 weeks. I think you would be best to stop this and any other supplements for a while. If he is on any prescription medication, ask your vet if it is acceptable to stop that too for a while. Then give a restricted amount of easily digested food for a while (chicken, fish, rice etc) possibly adding a probiotic (Protexin Enterogenic is great). If the diarrhoea clears up, you could gradually add this supplement back to the diet, but start with a reduced amount and see how it goes. It is perfectly safe to give a low, trial amount and gradually get up to the full recommended amount. If diarrhoea persists, it is a matter for your vet to deal with.


23rd Feb 2015

What are the quantities of the ingredients in the tablets. Thanks

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

The main ingredients are present in the following amounts per kg of product:

Omega 3 nutrients - 35g
Glucosamine sulphate - 150g
Chondroitin sulphate - 108g
MSM - 40g

Various vitamins and minerals are also present in much smaller but appropriate amounts.


2nd Feb 2015
Roberta Pozzoli


what are your policies for animal testing Vetzyme products? I am looking for joint care meds but will not use anything that has been invasively tested on animals.

thank you

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

Generally speaking it is only licensed pharmaceutical products which are tested on animals. Vetzyme products are based on the general knowledge gained from other products and uses and they are not tested on animals (other than through widespread use in the market as a whole).

Other medication

24th Aug 2014

Hi, can these be taken with Epiphen?

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

These tablets should not interact with the Epiphen medication and so they should be safe to use.


22nd Jul 2013

can you please tell me what the doesage is for a 27kg lab and if it is reduced after a certain period of time
many thanks

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

The dose guidelines can be seen by clicking on Dosage in the Description Tab near the bottom of the listing. For a 27kg dog, the recommended daily amount would be one tablet. Some people recommend a double dose for the first month (2 tablets daily). If things are going well, it is always possible to reduce the dose further after a few months, maybe increasing it at times if needed.