DOES MY DOG REALLY NEED THIS
Contrary to popular belief, hip and joint supplements aren’t just for older dogs and large breeds. Osteoarthritis is a slowly progressive, degenerative, and debilitating disease affecting 20% of the canine population over the age of one (Johnston, 1997; Johnson et al., 2001; Roush et al., 2002; Aragon et al., 2007). Large-breed dogs may experience symptoms earlier and of a greater severity, however, dogs of all sizes and breeds are affected by the disease as they age (Rychel, 2010).
This means that All dogs, regardless of breed and size, can benefit from vitamin supplements!
In a research study conducted on Labrador Retriever puppies that are genetically inclined to develop hip dysplasia, the puppies that were given supplemental injections twice a week until 8 months of age had significantly more normal hips than the puppies not given joint supplements.
There’s no doubt about it, your dog needs to be taking a vitamin supplement!
NSAIDs (Aspirin, Ibuprofen, etc.) have the potential to temporarily reduce pain and discomfort for dogs already feeling the pain of osteoarthritis. HOWEVER, many canines are unable to tolerate the adverse effects of NSAIDs and ultimately, NSAIDs are simply just a bandage when it comes to reducing the amount of pain and discomfort your dog is suffering through.
Here at VetGen, we’re partial to large-breed dogs. Having owned Rhodesian Ridgebacks, Golden Retrievers, German Shepherds and more, there’s simply something about those big “lap-dogs” (well, at least they think they are) that we can’t get enough of! it absolutely crushed us to see them in pain, so we set out to find a vitamin supplement that would reduce the pain, improve their mobility and overall, make our dogs comfortable and happy again. With the proper formulation of vitamins (Glucosamine, chondroitin, MSM and Manganese) we saw massive improvements in our dog’s overall well-being. Seeing them spring up when someone mentioned a “walk” or “treat” and watching them run around and play like a puppy again made all the work worth it!
For a limited time, we’d like to offer a discount to those of you who made it through this article and want to try out our VetGen Hip & Joint supplement. Use the code (10off) at checkout and save 10%. You should have your supplements at your doorstep in only a few days. Even better, we stand behind our products 110% (we give them to our own pets)! If you’re not satisfied, send us an email and we’ll issue a refund faster than you can say “American Staffordshire Terrier”!
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