Should your pet take hip and joint?

Should your pet take hip and joint?

Should your dog take Hip and Joint vitamins? 👇

Your dog most likely needs hip and Joint supplements if they...

👉Have had a joint injury or surgery (Ex: ACL injury)
👉Are considered a senior pet (7 Years or older) or starting to have any joint related issues

  • The goal of proper senior nutrition is to help minimize the effects of aging on your dog. Dr. Pan explains that aging is a “gradual and continuous process and is greatly affected by nutrition.” The right food and supplements should be considered an essential building block of healthy aging, with the aim of minimizing the signs of growing older and enhancing your dog’s quality of life. (

👉Any dog whose breed is predisposed to certain joint health issues

9 Breeds predisposed to hip and joint issues:

  • German Shepards
  • Rottweilers
  • Labs
  • Dachsunds
  • Great Danes
  • Newfoundlands
  • Saint Bernards
  • Old English Sheepdogs
  • Mastiffs

👩‍🏫Now that we know which dogs need it lets explain a little about why!

👀It is one thing for the body to keep up with the normal maintenance of healthy joints but just like humans, natural degeneration of our joints happens over time! Coupled with obesity, lack of exercise and nutritional gaps in their diet these serious issues are causing a major imbalance. It is during these times that providing your dog with a comprehensive joint supplement makes sense!

Our Veterinarian formulated hip and joint nutraceutical is made with high-quality ingredients that are organic, Non-GMO, and made exclusively by NeVetica in the USA. Giving your pets the recommended amount daily will help improve and support mobility, cartilage, and joint health. Each tablet is packed with antioxidants, MSM, and glucosamine, to help support your fur baby's joint hydration and flexibility. 

Our hip and joint vitamins are perfect for senior pets, dogs with arthritis or active pets that need an extra boost!

Is a natural substance found in your pet's body, with the highest concentration found in healthy cartilage. The glucosamine found in your pet's body produces glycosaminoglycan, which is helped to form and repair body tissues such as cartilage. It also restores joint health naturally.
Is a natural amino acid that plays a critical role in supporting health, vitality, and wellness in the body.
Vitamin C
Is also necessary for the growth, development and repair and repair of all body tissues. It's involved in many body functions, including the formation of collagen.


Take your FREE pet assessmet January 15, 2019 through our NeVetica app download on your google or apple store!

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