As a pet parent, you want to give your dog a long and healthy life. Nothing is more heartbreaking than seeing your beloved companion weaken and suffer from the pains of old age.
But you can help dogs not only age gracefully but recover from surgery and overexertion more quickly by giving them a mobility support supplement like Innovet’s Advanced Mobility Support Chews for Dogs.
The supplement, which is manufactured in the U.S. using more than 20 science-backed ingredients, is formulated to help dogs with joint and hip pain like arthritis move more freely so they can stay active. Innovet’s products also come with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Advanced Mobility Support Chews for Dogs help:
- Reduce muscle pain following over-exertion
- Maintain healthy cartilage and joint function
- Improve mobility and activity
- Provide joint health and mobility support.
Before starting your dog on mobility chews, the experts at Innovet recommend you to consult with your veterinarian.
“First and foremost, the information given is not professional advice, and we ask you to always consult with a veterinarian as we provide our own personal thoughts and advice we’ve experienced as dog owners ourselves,” says Matt Terrill, Innovet CEO.
When to start giving your dog mobility support
- When to start giving your dog mobility support
- What’s in Innovet’s mobility support chews
- What customers say about Advanced Mobility Support Chews for Dogs
- Mobility support chews help your dog stay active and healthy
While there is no age requirement for using Innovet’s mobility support chews, you should consider giving the supplement to dogs prone to joint problems like large dogs that are more likely to develop arthritis or elbow or hip dysplasia.
Active dogs that participate in sports like agility or fly ball or who run or hike with their owners also benefit from taking mobility support chews. “The more active that your dog is, the better our chews will help support joint health and cartilage functions,” Terrill says.
Giving your dog mobility support chews also can help dogs recovering from surgery to correct hip dysplasia or ACL tears. Before using the chews, Terrill recommends consulting with your veterinarian to make sure the mobility chews won’t interact with any medication prescribed after surgery.
What’s in Innovet’s mobility support chews
Innovet’s Advanced Mobility Support Chews for Dogs contains ingredients that work together to reduce pain and help restore your dog’s joints after exercise or over-exertion. The supplements help your dog get the nutrients they need to stay active and healthy.
The science-based formula for the chews includes all-natural ingredients, including organic hemp extract, glucosamine, MSM, organic hemp seed powder, green-lipped mussel, and Wild Alaskan salmon oil.
Organic hemp extract
Each chew contains 2.5 mg of hemp extract or CBD. Studies show hemp extract may support your dog’s endocannabinoid system, which controls inflammation and pain, and helps the body recover from routine wear and tear. The low dose makes the chews the perfect size for dogs of all body shapes.
Glucosamine HCL helps rebuild cartilage and strengthen bones. Giving your dog glucosamine helps lessen joint pain and inflammation.
MSM helps detox the body at a cellular level and helps provide fluid to the joints to make them move more easily. In addition, MSM also helps improve respiratory health, helps the body absorb more nutrients, and helps improve your dog’s nails and coat.
Organic hemp seed powder
Hemp seeds are rich in antioxidants, Omega 3 fatty acids, vitamins, and other minerals that help improve your dog’s diet. Hemp seeds also reduce inflammation.
The green-lipped mussel is full of omega-3 fatty acids that fight inflammation and help boost your dog’s immune system. Mussels also are a source of zinc, iron, selenium, and B-vitamins.
Wild Alaskan salmon oil
Alaskan Salmon oil is the top-of-the-line fish oil and delivers essential fatty acids that help ease stiff joints, reduce swelling, and minimize joint discomfort. It also gives the treats their salmon flavor.
What customers say about Advanced Mobility Support Chews for Dogs
Silvia R. gave mobility chews to Rusty, her 11-year-old Maltese-Poodle mix. Before he started eating them, the dog limped and struggled to use the stairs. He didn’t want to go for walks. But that quickly changed.
“I saw a big difference in two to three weeks,” she says. “I’m so happy. He goes for walks, and he’s playful again.”
Justin C. gave the chews to his 12-year-old beagle when he noticed the dog was experiencing hip pain. “He’s been on these treats for a month and has already shown improvement by jumping up on the couch and most recently going for a swim.”
Jowita K. sought a solution when her husky Rylie’s hind legs started shaking. “Since implementing the mobility support in her diet, I have noticed not only a significant difference in her pep, energy, and overall well-being, but her beautiful hind legs are no longer shaking. She seems to enjoy her long walks again and is as happy as ever!”
Mobility support chews help your dog stay active and healthy
Like people, dogs become less active if it’s difficult or painful to move, and that causes their bodies to deteriorate faster. Joint pain can be caused by age and general wear and tear and by injuries and poor diet.
Giving dogs a mobility support supplement helps reduce pain and swelling so dogs can move more easily. The supplements help slow the aging process and let your dog play like a puppy even while aging or recovering from injury or surgery.
Sara B. Hansen has spent 20-plus years as a professional editor and writer. She’s also the author of The Complete Guide to Cocker Spaniels. She decided to create her dream job by launching DogsBestLife.com in 2011. Sara grew up with family dogs, and since she bought her first house, she’s had a furry companion or two to help make it a home. She shares her heart and home with Nutmeg, a Pembroke Welsh Corgi. Her previous dogs: Sydney (September 2008-April 2020), Finley (November 1993-January 2008), and Browning (May 1993-November 2007). You can reach Sara @ [email protected].