Seraquin for Cats & Small Dogs with Chondroitin
Seraquin for cats & small dogs is a joint supplement designed to support your pet's skeletal health, keeping them comfortable and active as they move into old age.
How it works
Seraquin contains naturally-occurring glucosamine and chondroitin, the building blocks of the cartilage that makes up your pet's joints. It's also packed with curcuminoids, a natural anti-inflammatory and antioxidant that can help to reduce joint pain and fight degenerative free radicals. It's suitable for use alongside most prescription medicines, and comes in a chewy tablet form so cats and dogs are more likely to accept it as a treat.
- designed to support joint health in cats and small dogs
- contains cartilage-repairing glucosamine and chondroitin
- antioxidants combat free radicals and slow the breakdown of cartilage
- anti-inflammatory, reducing joint swelling and pain
- compatible with most prescription medicines; suitable for lifelong use
- chewy tablet form helps pets to accept it as a treat
When to use it
Joyful running and playful jumping are important for your pet's exercise routine and physical health, but in later years, can begin to have a negative impact on their joints. If your cat or dog is growing stiffer, beginning to limp, or has lost interest in playing and jumping, they may be experiencing joint difficulties or pain as part of the natural ageing process. Using Seraquin empowers your pet, helping to reduce inflammation and repair cartilage, so they can keep playing and exercising well into their senior years. You should still check in with your vet from time to time, to check whether your senior pet is at risk of other underlying issues like osteoarthritis.
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Seraquin for catsThis product has made a difference to my almost 17 year oldcat. It has improved her mobility noiceably and she eats the tablet like a treat which really helps.
Good one!Very good service, what I ordered delivered within 5 days
These definitely helpOur cat, Walter, is 16 now, he's been having these tablets since the beginning of 2016 when back legs were quite bad, some days he would "moon walk" as though they were vary painful and he'd started climbing rather than jumping, it took a couple of months to get the real effect of Seraquin but since then his legs have been much better and he has been able to run and jump normally, we never did get down to the lesser dose of one tablet a day, he likes them so much he crunches the first one and looks for the second and we haven't the heart to deny him, our vet just laughs, she's seen the benefit of them because he has diabetes so when he goes for his checks she always tests his leg muscles and is impressed at how good they are. I'd thoroughly recommend these tablets, they are worth every penny of the price, I don't like to think what a state he would be in by now if we hadn't tried them, he might not have still been here if he'd lost the use of them altogether.
Creaky old lady-cat gets new lease of life!I recently adopted 11-year-old Muffin from a rescue centre and it has quickly become apparent that she has osteo-arthritis and this has been causing her some discomfort, limiting her movements and causing litter tray issues. After a recommendation from the vets, she has been taking Seraquin for six weeks now. She absolutely loves the tablets and wolfs them down like treats - they are huge so I use a cheap pill-cutter from my local pharmacy to cut them into quarters. In the last four weeks, she has not had a single flare up of arthritis and her general movement is much more fluid and she seems much more comfortable in herself. She is also in combination with one of the Kokoba high-sided litter trays managing to use her litter tray more effectively. Brilliant improvement in six weeks in total.
Seraquinthis is more of a question to certify what should be in the gap, please read on and do contact me .. If your vet has prescribed any treatments such as NSAIDs & non-steroidal anti-inflammatories,THIS IS THE GAP Seraquin supports joint health and repair whilst the prescribed NSAID treats signs of pain and inflammation. Seraquin chewable tablets are highly palatable with 98% of dogs eating the tablets either directly from the hand as a treat, or crumbled and mixed in their food. Cats also eat Seraquin readily, with 81% accepting Seraquin from the hand or in food. IN THE GAP I am asking you what other words should be there? Is it stop the Seraquin while taking the NSAID or continue to take them? I will be placing an order for these for my dog. Obviously not this packet but I take chondrotin myself and it works wonders v.g.