Joint supplement for dogs and cats: Super Joint Enhancer

Glucosamine can help maintain your pet's joints

Many years ago there was a book written for people called The Arthritis Cure.  The book describes how a nutritional supplement such as glucosamine can often dramatically help many people with arthritis and degenerative joint disease. It was found that this type of supplement could often significantly cut down on the amount of prescription drugs need to control painful arthritis symptoms.

Over the years we have also used this type of supplement in veterinary medicine. And while there are many to choose from, I have found 1800PetMeds Super Joint Enhancer to be one of the more economic, reliable and effective glucosamine supplements to try in our pets afflicted with arthritis and degenerative joint disease. Along with significant amounts of glucosamine per tablet, this wonderful supplement also contains the ingredients of chondroitin and MSM to ease pain and promote mobility. With regular use I have found this supplement quite helpful in not only treating patients with degenerative joint disease, but also in helping maintain healthy joints in asymptomatic animals as well. Plus, most pets love the pork and beef flavored chewable tablets.

This supplement is very safe to use in pets on other supplements such as Yucca Intensive or prescription pet medications such as Deramaxx, Rimadyl, Previcox, and Tramadol. I have only occasionally seen mild diarrhea in some pets, as well as if a pet is diabetic I would consult your veterinarian before using this product. Otherwise, I find this one of the best buys on the market in pets affected with painful joints and arthritis.


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  1. Hello;

    I would like to connect with people who are experts or have experience in organic supplements used to treat dogs that suffer from arthritis. I acquired a supplement used to treat dogs with arthritis that has 24 organic ingredients and would like to get an expert opinion on the viability of this product. I would appreciate your comments.

  2. Dr. Michael Dym, VMD veterinarianJune 6, 2012 at 11:46 am

    See response in separate posting.

  3. My dog has food allergies. Do you have a supplement for arthritis that is unflavored so it does not cause other problems? My dog will be 14 at the end of this year. Thank you.

  4. Dr. Michael Dym, VMD veterinarianDecember 4, 2012 at 6:28 pm

    Most supplements have some flavor. Try yucca intensive by azmira from 1800petmeds.

  5. What type of supplement/medication do you recommend for my 12 year old golden retriever that has arthritis

  6. Dr. Michael Dym, VMD veterinarianFebruary 1, 2014 at 3:58 pm

    Try Play well supplement from 1800petmeds, and proanthozone antioxidant and yucca intensive, as well. Fatty acids like be well helpful as well all from 1800petmeds.

  7. My Manx is about 12 years old and I believe my large ex-roommate accidentally stepped on her. Ever since she told me about it, Baby Girl really favors her hip area on one side. I bought the chews for my cat but she did not like them. Naturally she doesn’t like to take pills. Is there anything I can give her that the picky little thing might take? I have a heated pad for her and she sleeps on it most of the time. I just don’t know what else I can do and it breaks my heart to see her in pain.

  8. Dr. Michael Dym, VMD veterinarianDecember 25, 2014 at 10:07 am

    Needs vet recheck and possibly x rays. Consider natural supplements like cosequin for cats from 1800petmeds, as well as the natural remedy traumeel.

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