Many pet owners are concerned about the long term effects of NSAIDs as most conditions associated with joint injury or deterioration require long term therapy. SYNOQUIN® EFA provides a safe complementary or alternative approach to traditional drugs.
The major building block for the synthesis of new and healthy glycosaminoglycans (GAGs)
Its primary function is to give cartilage its shock absorbing properties
SYNOQUIN® EFA is a unique formula containing five key ingredients, each performing a specific role within the joint. It is this successful formula that vets and pet owners alike have come to rely on.
With over 17 years experience in manufacturing nutraceuticals VetPlus is today a global leader in the field of joint management.
SYNOQUIN® EFA is made using high purity, high quality glucosamine, chondroitin sulphate and Dexahan®.
High quality glucosamine and chondroitin are recognised as key ingredients in the fight against joint degeneration.
The combination of glucosamine and Dexahan® has been shown to have a better effect on osteoarthritic pain that just glucosamine alone.
SYNOQUIN® EFA is manufactured to pharmaceutical cGMP standards with routine testing of all ingredients and final product to guarantee the stated label claim and purity.
SYNOQUIN® has been prescribed by more vets than any other product.
Your vet will advise you on the protocol to follow. SYNOQUIN® EFA can be given to dogs of all ages, breeds and sizes and is available in a range of specific breed sizes.
If your dog is suffering severe problems a six week loading programme is often necessary to allow depleted reserves to be replenished. After six weeks, intake can usually be decreased to a maintenance level. For less severe cases such as basic stiffness and general lethargy, your dog may only require one tablet or capsule per day. Again, your veterinary surgeon will advise you which is the correct protocol.
Regular veterinary check-ups will ensure that any problems are detected early. Influencing factors are:
Weight control is one of the most important factors in joint health. Chronic overloading of a joint can create abnormal pressure and increase the risk of damage. Your veterinary surgeon will advise you on whether there is a need to adjust your current feeding regime or recommend a special weight loss diet.
In some cases where joint health is compromised, exercise will need to be modified. Your veterinary surgeon will be able to advise you on an appropriate exercise regime which, apart from keeping your dog generally active, could include:
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