Joint MAX TS naturally lubricates joints and helps to keep joints healthy. Glucosamine and Chondroitin, Methylsulfonylmethane (also known as MSM) contribute powerful anti inflammatory effects to provide increased pain relief along with joint support.
Joint MAX TS also contains EPA, DHA, Creatine, Zinc, Manganese, Vitamin C and N-acetyl-cysteine. Recommended for middle-aged dogs with hip dyspalasia or severe cases of degenerative arthritis.
You should use this if your pet is experiencing one of these symptoms:
• Needing help getting up
• Limping at all times
• Unable to climb stairs
• Difficulty squatting to urinate or defecate
Joint MAX can be used alone or in combination with prescription drugs like Rimadyl, Etogesic, or Deramaxx and can eventually help decrease the need for these drugs.
Joint MAX is manufactured in the USA and is made within an FDA and USDA approved facility following current Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) Guidelines.
|Brand||Pet Health Solutions|
|Manufacturer||Pet Health Solutions|
Directions: Tablets may be crumbled and mixed with pet's food to help with administration. After 6 weeks, the dosage can be reduced if positive results are seen. Since each pet's body is different, results may take longer in some pets. Joint MAX Triple Strength Soft Chews can also be used long term on normal dogs to keep their joints healthy.
|Size of Dog||Daily|
|Up to 15 lbs.||1/2 chew|
|16 to 30 lbs.||1 chew|
|31 to 60 lbs.||2 chews|
|61 to 100 lbs.||4 chews|
|Over 100 lbs.||5 chews|
|Glucosamine HCl*||1000 mg|
|Chondroitin Sulfate*||100 mg|
|MethylSulfonylMethane (MSM)*||600 mg|
|Creatine Monohydrate||400 mg|
|Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA)||18 mg|
|Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA)||12 mg|
|Vitamin C||50 mg|
|Vitamin E||50 IU|
|Grape seed extract||6 mg|
|Alpha Lipoic Acid||200 mcg|
|Citrus Bioflavonoids||200 mcg|
Other Ingredients: Marine Lipid Concentrates, Natural meat flavors (non-bovine orgin), Bioflavonol, Microcrystelline Cellulose, Magnesium Stearate
Joint Pain and Issues
I use this product on three of my dogs - two with arthritis and it has made a difference in their day to day and one with a torn Crucial Ligament. This has made a big difference for the dog with the torn crucial ligament and although with some extra care we have not had to do surgery and the dog gets around just fine.