Natural Science - Joint Support

Natural Science Joint Support is a high-fiber supplement containing various beneficial ingredients to support the overall joint health of your pet. Glucosamine aids in the prevention of cartilage degeneration, and turmeric and yucca exhibit anti-inflammatory properties. Size: 60 ct

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Active Ingredients

Glucosamine (Plant Based)90 mg
Manna Oligosaccharide (MOS)40 mg
Turmeric Powder22.5 mg
Ginger Root18 mg
Yucca Schidigera Extract9 mg
Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA)2 mg

Inactive Ingredients

Timothy grass, barley flour, oat groat flour, cane molasses, flax seed meal, guar gum, mixed tocopherols (preservative), rosemary extract

Directions: When changing your pet's daily regimen, consult your veterinarian.

Rabbits, Guinea Pigs, Chinchillas, Prairie Dogs, Iguanas**0-1 lb1/2 tab per day
" "1-4 lbs1 tab per day
" "4+ lbs2 tabs per day
Rats, DegusAll Weights1/4 tab per day
Hamsters, GerbilsAll Weights1/8 tab per day (1/8 tab equals 1/4th tsp of crumbled product)
*Not intended for growing, pregnant, lactating, or food producing animals.

**Iguanas: Natural Science Joint Support tabs are to be offered per day if you feed daily, or per feeding if you do not feed every day.  Before offering the tab at the designated amount per body weight, it is first recommended to soak the tab in water for 10-15 minutes.  Drain water and mash up the tab into smaller amounts with a spoon.  Either top dress the daily diet or offer separately. 

For all other species, consult Oxbow or your veterinarian.  When adding supplements to your pet's diet, always consult your veterinarian.

Expiration: 24 months unopened (by Best By date on bottle). Once opened, use within 60 days.

Why Supplements?

Pets are living longer lives thanks to proper nutrition and care, and more pet owners are taking their small pets to the vet than ever before.  The most common ailments vets see with small animals are related to digestive, urinary, joint, and skin and coat issues.  As these pets age, vets also see more chronic, recurring health issues that need support.

"I am a small retail business that just started carrying your new Natural Science products. It has been received real well by our small animal community. I wanted to share a telephone call I received yesterday. We have a bunny rescue group that buys Oxbow products from us.  I gave them a bag of the new pellets and also some of the supplements to try on their bunnies.  They have some older bunnies that need some extra TLC in their group. Cathy from Hoppsy-Floppsy Bunny Rescue called me to tell me after two weeks on the new Natural Science products, their bunnies coats look fabulous, their spirits are better and they are more active!  They LOVE the new products." -Debbie Ringer, Patsy's Pet Stop, Totowa, NJ 

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  1. Sarah- Snuffy & McGibbletsJune 1, 2014
    Joint Support on Rabbits
    Rating 5 out of 5
    I was excited when these supplements came out because i was wondering what to give my rabbits when they get arthritis. I hospiced a 9 year old bunny and she absolutely loved these treats and the helped her stay lively! I now have a 7 year old man we inherited and he also loves these treats. He seems to do very well on them!
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  2. KimMarch 14, 2014
    Improvement for my hamster in one week
    Rating 4 out of 5
    I got this joint supplement for my senior (2+ years) dwarf hamster. I've noticed his activity level is declining and he hasn't been climbing on anything in his cage, but still running in his wheel. After getting the recommended dosage for one week, he is able to climb everything he used to climb! He is definitely more active and less crabby as well. I will definitely continue using these supplements for all my small animals! The only downside is the difficulty to break the tabs into even pieces. Crumbling and using as a toppingseems like a good option in theory but hard to deliver to a hamster when they prefer to pick and choose food items and store them for later. He accepts the little bit as a treat and eats it right away.
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