ArthroVet Complex 90 tablets
Nutritional supplement for dogs and cats with dysfunction of articular cartilage and joints. Suitable for both adolescents and adults. Recommended for orthopedic injuries, before orthopedic procedures and during the recovery period. Contained avocado, soy and Harpagopythum procumbens act synergistically, having anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects. All natural ingredients.
Packaging: 90 tablets
Dosage: During treatment – 1 tablet. per 20 kg live weight; in prophylaxis – 1/2 of the therapeutic dose, ie 1 tablet. at 40 kg.
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It is used in dogs and cats both for prevention and for restoration of normal functions of joints and articular cartilage.
Packaging: 90 tablets
Dosage: In the treatment – 1 tablet. per 20 kg live weight; in prophylaxis – 1/2 of the therapeutic dose 1 tablet. at 40 kg.
Ingredients: glucosamine, chondroitin, hyaluronic acid, vitamin C, Harpagophytum procubens extract (Devil’s Claw), avocado and soybeans (ASU), L-carnitine, manganese, zinc.
Glucosamine increases the synthesis of glucosaminoglycans, which are a component of the intercellular matrix of cartilage tissue.
Chondroitin and hyaluronic acid increase the hydration levels of the articular cartilage and make it more plastic and resistant to trauma, as well as ready to take on more load when moving.
The combination of extracts of Harpagophytum procumbens, avocado and soy (ASU) have anti-inflammatory properties. The components inhibit the production of pro-inflammatory substances and have analgesic and anti-edematous properties.
Thanks to the content of Vitamin C and Manganese, the synthesis of proteins from the intercellular matrix of articular cartilage, including collagen, is supported. Vitamin C also helps neutralize harmful free radicals in the joints. As coenzymes, these substances are involved in the synthesis of collagen in articular cartilage and thus support the organic components of cartilage.
L-carnitine reduces body weight. It helps break down fatty acids into cells, which are then converted into energy and not deposited as adipose tissue, which reduces the strain on the joints.