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Yumove Joint Supplement for Dogs

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?

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.

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.

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


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


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?

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.

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.

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


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


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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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.

Comparison nutraquin - Yumove

25th Apr 2016
Jane Wolfe
  • VioVet Customer Since: November 2014
  • From: Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom

Are Yumove tablets as good at nutraquin+ and are they totally natural ingredients??
I am trying to work out if the Yumove tablets will do the same job I have a year old Rottweiller on nutraquin+ as he was limping. I would like my other dogs to take a joint supplement but nutraquin would cost me an arm and leg. I also have a 2 year old Rottie and a 3 year old choccy lab.

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

There are no good scientific studies to compare different joint supplements, so nobody can say with certainty which might be better. However Yumove seems to work very well and certainly does use just top quality, natural ingredients. Personally, I would be happy to use Yumove in your situation.

Yumove Active vs Yumove Original

25th Apr 2016
Eve Gordon
  • VioVet Customer Since: April 2016
  • From: Aberdeenshire, United Kingdom

i am hoping you can help me
I have a 5 year old spaniel cross who started the original yumove 3 weeks ago but i was just reading the yumove active as i was away to place a new order, and wondered, should she be on the Young and Active one instead? She is very active, she is always running about and jumping here and there, she doesn't do agility and isn't a puppy, but should she be on the young and active instead? Or is that just for growing dogs/puppies?


John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

She is probably in the transition stage between the two products, so it would be acceptable to use either of them. Personally I would tend to give the young and active to your dog, giving the other in later life if she starts to show symptoms of stiffness or discomfort.

Yumove with apoquel?

19th Apr 2016
Mrs Cringle
  • VioVet Customer Since: August 2012
  • From: Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom

Can Yumove be taken with Apoquel?
Also, is there a supplement which would help joint stiffness but also help with itchy skin?

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

Apoquel is probably very safe with joint and skin supplements. I suppose it is impossible to say this with complete certainty because Apoquel is a new and complex drug and so has not been widely tested "in the field" along with these types of supplement. However from the way it works and the tests which have been done by the manufacturer, I am confident that it will be safe.

Joint supplements like Yumove are different from the itchy skin supplements, which tend to contain certain oils and fatty acids. This is interesting because there is some evidence that these skin supplements can have a beneficial effect on the joints too. Therefore I would have to say that if you want to give a joint supplement to a dog with itchy skin and also help its skin, you would do better to give two separate supplements at the same time (eg Yumove and Yumega).

Using alongside Previcox 227

15th Apr 2016
  • VioVet Customer Since: April 2016
  • From: Firenze, Italy

I have a large breed who has developed stiffness (and without my noticing, gained weight). She has been taking Previcox for about 10 days and theres some improvement. I was thinking that Yumove would give that bit extra to enable longer walks to remove the weight...would there be a conflict with these two products?

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

Yumove should work well alongside Previcox and indeed they are often combined. However I would have to say that the best way to get her to lose weight would be to feed her less. Her joints are "complaining" already and getting them to do more work might not work out well. Certainly some exercise is very important - regular, frequent, short walks are good, but nothing prolonged. I would also say that losing some weight would probably be of great benefit to her joints, so you should certainly aim to do this. Less food should be your aim.

Pregnant dog?

14th Apr 2016
  • VioVet Customer Since: March 2016
  • From: Incheon, Korea, Republic of

Can we eat?

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

This is perfectly safe for a pregnant bitch.

Yumove v Glycoflex

4th Apr 2016
  • VioVet Customer Since: June 2012
  • From: County Antrim, United Kingdom

I've had my crossbreed on Glycoflex her whole life, she's now 13 so I've stepped up to Glycoflex3 preventatively. Problem is the only a lets aren't very palatable compared to Yumove and despite the hype, on paper (relative to weight) Yumove's strength of each ingredient is far less the Glycoflex. Any advice or preference based on the pharmacology? Thanks

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

The whole issue of how these products can have a pharmacological effect and what factors influence it is still not well established. The extent to which the quality (extraction method etc) of the active ingredients and also possibly synergy with other ingredients affects things is also unknown. I would expect that there should be a benefit to increasing the total amount of (say) glucosamine in each dose, but this might well be minimal. The law of diminishing returns might apply, so that above a certain level, there is very little benefit from increasing it (as in most vitamins). Different companies say different things about all of this, but that would be expected for commercial reasons anyway. Independent, scientific research is limited and not very helpful. Therefore the anecdotal reports of results might be as good a method as any of assessing one product against another. From that, I would say that Yumove appears to be at least as good as any other product of this type (see the reviews on the website), but that is not based on very sound science. The other idea would be to say that we do not know, so just pick the one which seems more appealing (ease of giving etc).

Yumove Chewable Tablets

31st Mar 2016
  • VioVet Customer Since: March 2016
  • From: Hertfordshire, United Kingdom

Do the chewable tablets definitely need to be chewed or can they still be effective if they are swallowed whole?

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

They will work just the same if they are swallowed whole. Many dogs take them more readily if they can chew them up, but this is only for ease of administration and has no effect on how well they will work.

Ingredients per tablet

21st Mar 2016
Janet Westby
  • VioVet Customer Since: May 2015
  • From: West Yorkshire, United Kingdom

How much of each ingredient is there in each tablet of Yumove? Thanks

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

Good question. From the stated ingredients provided by the manufacturer, the percentages contained are: Di calcium Phosphate, Glucosamine HCI (28%), Green Lipped Muscle (17%), Liver Powder, Magnesium Stearate, Hyaluronic Acid (0.17%). This means that just under half of each tablet is active ingredient, the rest is the bulking agent and flavouring. Dividing the total weight in a pot of tablets (190g) by the number of tablets (250) gives 0.79g (790mg) per tablet. This would give 220mg glucosamine per tablet, 134mg Grneen lipped-mussel, 1.34mg of Hyaluronic acid.

Other Medication

18th Mar 2016
Lucinda Tracey
  • VioVet Customer Since: April 2014
  • From: Rutland, United Kingdom

Hello, is YuMove suitable for a dog with heart failure? He takes 5mg vetmedin a day, 40mg frusomide a day, and cardalis too. Thank you in advance.

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

Yumove is perfectly safe to give to a dog on these medications for heart failure. They are quite often used together in fact, as both are appropriate generally for older dogs.