Arthramine
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Effectively decreases joint pain, stiffness, and inflammation
Available over-the-counter
Convenient chewable tablets in a flavor your dog will love
Available in formulas for small/medium and large dogs

Arthramine

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At a Glance
Effectively decreases joint pain, stiffness, and inflammation
Available over-the-counter
Convenient chewable tablets in a flavor your dog will love
Available in formulas for small/medium and large dogs

Arthramine is an over-the-counter supplement used to treat joint pain and stiffness in dogs. The formula decreases inflammation, stiffness, and pain with nutrients that are essential for joint health and support. Arthramine comes in convenient chewable tablets in a tasty liver flavor and is made with quality all-natural ingredients that you'll feel good giving to your dog.

Arthramine is an over the counter, non prescription supplement.

What Home Remedy Can I Give My Dog for Arthritis?
Answer

Arthritis is a degenerative inflammatory disease that many dogs develop both in puppyhood and when they are senior dogs. While natural remedies are typically safe, it is best that you approach a holistic veterinarian or a certified vet who has been trained in herbal medicine before you give home remedies to your pet. This would ensure a totally safe experience for you and your pet. In general, there are some foods you can add to your dog's diet to help with inflammation and cartilage damage. Corydalis and Ligusticum are Chinese formulas that can help with pain relief. You can also give your dog supplements containing turmeric and Boswellia as they are anti-inflammatory agents. The disadvantage of these herbs and spices is that their dosage varies depending on the manufacturing process, quality of the product, and storage conditions. Instead, a supplement like Arthramine, which contains glucosamine for joint health, and Omega 3 Fatty Acids that nourish the joints can be a more consistently safer bet.

How Do I Know If My Dog Is In Pain from Arthritis?
Answer

You may notice that your dog is suddenly having mobility issues and doesn't move from too much. They may be visibly uncomfortable when they walk, and they will refuse to do movements that stress their joints like running, walking up and down the stairs, and jumping. They also might lose interest in the things they usually enjoy doing and withdraw from socializing. If you notice these signs, your dog may be in pain, and you need to take them to the vet. Your vet will first assess whether your dog is suffering from arthritis and has healthy joints. Depending on their assessment, they will put your dog on a treatment program for arthritis.

What Is the Safest Anti-Inflammatory for Dogs?
Answer

There are many non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs used to treat dogs and cats. However, because these change your dog's body chemistry, they should only be administered under the supervision of a medical professional treating them for joint health and support. You can also choose over-the-counter supplements like Arthamine by International Veterinary Sciences, which is a non-prescription supplement. These are in the form of a chewable tablet and help fortify your dog against cartilage breakdown. The unique formulation also contains bromelain, manganese, omega 3 fatty acids, vitamin C, and glucosamine which are all critical for joint health.

Should You Walk a Dog with Arthritis?
Answer

Arthritic dogs need a limited amount of exercise to keep healthy body weight and get enough mental stimulation. However, you should change the duration and frequency of your dogs so as not to stress out their bones and joints. Short, gentle walks are better for them than long walks. Take rests as needed or when your dog seems to be overexerting itself.

What Dog Breeds Are Prone to Arthritis?
Answer

A considerable percentage of canine arthritis cases develop before one year of age. Some dog breeds are genetically prone to arthritis, and you should discuss prevention plans with your vet from day one if you own any of them. These include Bernese Mountain Dogs, German Shepherds, Labradors, Rottweilers, and Springer Spaniels that tend to develop osteoarthritis. Breeds that develop rheumatoid arthritis include Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever, Poodle, Collies, and Greyhounds.

Does Arthritis Shorten a Dog's Life?
Answer

This depends on the kind of arthritis a dog has, their overall health, at what stage they were diagnosed, and how well they are responding to treatment. Most dogs live for decades after their diagnosis with the proper treatment. However, arthritis needs lifelong therapy, and the disease progresses over time despite the treatment. There might come the point where the dog's quality of life is unduly affected by the disease.

What Is the Best Food for a Dog with Arthritis?
Answer

The best food for a dog with arthritis is one that contains a lot of glucosamine and chondroitin to support their joints and bone health. It should also have anti-inflammatory agents that help with stiffness and pain relief. Finally, it shouldn't be too nutritionally dense. Otherwise, it would put stress on your dog's liver and kidneys and cause them to gain weight. Many vets may give you a prescription diet to give your arthritic dog. As arthritis is a complex condition, always speak to your vet before starting your dog on any new diet.

Is Heat or Cold Better for Arthritis in Dogs?
Answer

Most arthritic dogs are more comforted by heat therapy. You should only use cold treatment if your dog has had joint surgery and your vet has recommended it to combat any inflammation.

Arthramine for Small and Medium Dogs:

Glucosamine Hydrochloride (250 mg), Vitamin C (60 mg), Bromelain (50 mg), Omega-3 Fatty Acids (10 mg), Manganese (10 mg). Dextrans, glucosamine hydrochloride, stearic acid, dried beef liver, silicon dioxide, sodium ascorbate, dried brewer's yeast, bromelain, manganese sulfate, dried whey, rice bran, fish oil and microcrystalline cellulose.

Arthramine for Large Dogs:

Glucosamine Hydrochloride (500 mg), Vitamin C (120 mg), Bromelain (50 mg), Omega-3 Fatty Acids (10 mg), Manganese (10 mg). glucosamine hydrochloride, dextrans, stearic acid, sodium ascorbate, silicon dioxide, dried beef liver, dried brewer's yeast, manganese sulfate, bromelain, fish oil, dried whey, microcrystalline cellulose and rice bran.

Though side effects are rare, your dog may experience diarrhea, particularly if given an overdose.

Tell your veterinarian about any other medications, vitamins, or supplements that your dog is taking.

For small and medium dogs:
  • Administer 1 tablet per 40 lbs of body weight. Tablets can be broken in half for smaller dogs.
  • For large dogs:
  • Administer 1 tablet per 75 lbs of body weight.
  • *Arthramine can be given with or without food.

    Ask your veterinarian or consult with one of our pet care specialists at 1-800-844-1427.

    This information is for informational purposes only and is not meant as a substitute for the professional advice of, or diagnosis or treatment by, your veterinarian. Always seek the advice of your veterinarian or other qualified professional with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard or delay seeking professional advice due to what you may have read on our website. Our medications are FDA approved and/or EPA regulated when and as required by law.

    Arthramine is manufactured by International Veterinary Sciences
    Option UPC/SKU
    Large Dogs - 120 chewable tabs 094008010246
    Small/Medium Dogs - 120 chewable tabs 094008010215

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