So before you take your furry friend on a brisk morning walk or head to the dog park for a lively game of catch, give them these daily treats to help support proper muscle formation, endurance, and function. Just one chew a day will help keep your pup’s mobility issues at bay!
HolistaPet Muscle Soft Chews contain the following naturally-derived ingredients.
- Dimethylglycine (DMG) – 150 mg
- Potassium Chloride – 125 mg
- Lysine – 100 mg
- L-Carnitine – 100 mg
- Creatine – 75 mg
- Taurine – 75 mg
- Arginine – 50 mg
- Isoleucine – 50 mg
- Leucine – 50 mg
- Methionine – 50 mg
- Phenylalanine – 50 mg
- Threonine – 50 mg
- Tryptophan – 50 mg
- Valine – 50 mg
- Histidine – 12.5 mg
- Sodium chloride – 25 mg
- Magnesium citrate – 12.5 mg
Inactive Ingredients: Ascorbic Acid, Banana Puree, Calcium Propionate, Chickpea Flour, Coconut Oil, Glycerin, Mixed Tocopherols, Peanut Butter, Peanut Flour, Rosemary Extract, Sorbic Acid, Sunflower Lecithin, Tapioca Flour, Whey Protein, Water.
Directions For Use
We recommend you give your dog our mobility support Muscle Soft Chews once a day or as needed. Here are the recommended serving suggestions based on your dog’s weight:
- Under 20 pounds = 1 chew
- Between 20-50 pounds = 2 chews
- Over 50 pounds = 3 chews
Do joint supplements for dogs really work?
Yes, joint supplements for dogs work! However, there is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question because every dog is different and will respond differently to various joint and mobility supplements.
What joint supplements can I safely give my dog?
One of the most important things to consider is the ingredients in your dog’s joint supplements. Choose supplements that contain natural, plant-based, cruelty-free ingredients, with no artificial ingredients or harsh chemicals in them either!
Are joint supplements recommended by vets?
Yes, joint supplements are highly recommended by veterinarians. However, it’s always a good idea to consult your dog’s veterinarian before you start giving your pup any type of supplement. Vets can help you determine if a particular supplement is right for your dog based on their individual needs, health history, and other conditions unique to your four-legged friend.
What age can I give my dog joint supplements?
If you own a breed predisposed to developing joint and/or mobility problems, you might want to consider starting them on these supplements as early as 8 weeks of age. Our joint and mobility supplements are typically given as early as one year for all other dogs.