Joint + Hip
Our pets are true companions who offer us unconditional love and endless entertainment. Joint+Hip, a supplement for dogs and cats, is the first product in our brand new pet line, Vibrant Companions. It features hydrating glucosamine, MSM for flexibility, plus antioxidants & pain managing ingredients such as Boswellia serrata extract and Curcuminoids. The formulati
on is based on the human Joint Vibrance supplement, which many have fed to their companions for years. Feedback from such trials has been unanimously positive and heartwarming. Joint+Hip has been adapted for pets w
ith adjusted doses of ingredients and the flavorful addition of powdered beef liver. Large breed dogs as well as older dogs and cats are more prone to joint health issues, but supporting joint health during all life stages may be beneficial.
Joint+Hip is a comprehensive formula promoting joint cartilage growth, flexibility, and mobility. Cartilage naturally wears down over time from everyda
y activities. Additionally, as pets age it becomes more difficult to replace this lost cartilage. This is when supplementation may be useful to rebuild cartilage and ease associated pain.
- Type 1 & 2 Cartilage: Just as in humans, as our pets age collagen breaks down in the body and joints become less stable, muscles and connective tissue weaken, and joint disorders tend to occur, as well as injuries. Supplemental collagen can help with this deficit and in restoring cartilage production.
- Glucosamine: Stimulates cartilage to produce glycosaminoglycans which hold moisture around cartilage cells, stimulates cartilage to produce collagen, and can be used to produce hyaluronic acid in synovial fluid.
- Chondroitin Sulfate: Inhibits white blood cell enzymes that damage cartilage, facilitates the absorption of nutrients into the cartilage, and stimulates cartilage synthesis.
- Hyaluronic Acid: Serves as body’s natural lubricant and cushioning & aids in maintaining nutrient/waste balance in cartilage cells. In people it’s said by age 50 we have ½ as much hyaluronic acid as we did at age 20. This same loss occurs in our pets.