Treatment For Arthritis In Dogs

Activity is a complete joint formula offering targeted support for arthritis in dogs and works throughout your dogs joint. Very high levels of all nine major mobility enhancing nutrients Hydrolysed Collagen, Hyaluronic Acid (HA) Glucosamine Sulphate, Glucosamine Hydrochloride, Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM),
Chondroitin, Salmon oil powder with Omega 3, Lignans from flax seed hulls and Antioxidant in a tasty powder that you sprinkle on the food to support normal joint, cartilage, muscle and tendon function.

 

  1. Activity joint supplement for arthritis in dogs treatment

    Activity


    Price: £13.95



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    Pack Size: 180g
    Cost Per Day: 10p
    (For a 10kg Dog)

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Arthritis in dogs treatment

Nine ways to free joints

•    Walking made easy
•    Stronger joints
•    Bone builder
•    Comfort and ease
•    Safe for long term use
•    Free from side effects
•    Makes weary joints active
•    Supports joints and tendons

 

Why Activity?
Activity removes the hit and miss element in joint supplements because it contains all nine joint building nutrients at the highest level. Activity is the first supplement to contain these ingredients at this particular strength or combination. There has never been so much joint goodness in one spoonful.

Compare the strength of each nutrient with those of our competitors and you will see why Activity is the supplement of choice among a growing group of caring, well informed owners who demand the best for their dogs.

A passion for fresh Ingredients.
We take a particular pride in using only the freshest ingredients in the making of Activity. We have developed a particular relationship with our suppliers and they are happy to supply us with small quantities of material on a regular basis rather than one large bulk consignment that may affect the quality of the ingredient. We make small gentle mixes of product rather than large batches that could harm the potency of some of our natural ingredients. You can be sure that Activity is made from the best ingredients handled and blended in a manner that conserves their goodness.
 
Activity knocks the stuffing out of third-rate supplements
Old fashioned supplements are full of stuffing known in the trade as ‘carrier’ some of which can be potentially harmful like wheat, wheat gluten meal, calcium carbonate and sodium chloride. All of these ingredients are cheap and puff up the volume of poor quality supplements. Activity contains no padding, no wheat, maize, wheat gluten, calcium carbonate or no added salt,      

Activity lasts longer.
There is an added bonus to being free from padding: the serving size is a lot smaller than most other supplements so it lasts longer. A pack of Activity will last a 10kg dog five months. With Activity a little goes a long way.

Activity is excellent value for money.
When we formulated Activity cost was not a factor we wanted to make the best joint supplement and that was the only consideration. The best ingredients, made with care does not create a cheap product yet Activity is very good value on a cost per day comparison with other mobility supplements.

Compare our formulation.
We believe that Activity is the best joint supplement available you can judge for yourself by comparing our formula with any other supplement. Activity  contains 25% pure Glucosamine or 1250mg per 5gram serving but Glucosamine is just part of our fast-acting formula. Activity is also packed with hydrolysed collagen, salmon oil, and flax oil high in Omega 3, MSM, Chondroitin, vitamin E, Flax lignans and Hyaluronic acid.

How it works

Activity is a nutritional supplement it contains nutrients not drugs. Activity is not a medicine and there is a clear distinction between drugs and nutrients. Nutrients are substances that occur mainly in the animal’s food or water. Drugs are chemical substances that prevent, diagnose and treat disease. Medicines like NSAID’s only treat the symptoms of inflammation and pain they do not cure arthritis in dogs.     
Nutrients have a completely different mode of action than do medicines. Nutrients are used by the animal to grow and remain healthy they are used to repair and build the body and for dog’s energy requirements.

Drugs act quickly to relieve pain where nutrients have a much more natural effect and take longer to work. Nutrients provide the building materials need to build strong joints. Nature works slowly. Time is needed to produce the natural benefits of Activity.    

Medicines are single chemicals or combinations of two chemicals whereas nutrients are never found alone they work together in a harmonious balance. We call this the theory of togetherness. You cannot build a house with bricks alone: you need cement sand and water to make the mortar to hold the bricks together. You need wood and tiles for the roof. You need glass for the windows: that’s how nutrients work they provide the material need to build strong joints. Activity provides nutrients that are needed by every part of the joint, the cartilage, tendons, bones, synovial fluid and muscle.  See ingredients

Activity FAQ’s

Will it help?
Activity will give your dog a new lease of life. It will be more comfortable and happy and you will notice how much more enthusiastic the dog appears.

Will Activity work for every dog?
Eighty per cent of dogs will get a life changing benefit when they are given Activity. Fifteen percent will have some improvement and five per cent will have no obvious benefit.
 
Are there any safety concerns for Activity?
None: Activity is very safe it is free from harsh chemicals, preservative, artificial colours. Activity is manufactured in our EU registered factory so every step in the production process is monitored. We also manufacture supplements that help new born lambs survive out on wind swept hills and we make products that help young calves with digestive problems and because of that we are much more stringently regulated than if we were just making products for pets.
 
How long will it take to work on my dog?   
Activity is a natural product and nature works to its own time frame. Sometimes dogs respond very quickly within days but more typically it will be about three to four weeks before you notice a difference. At the other end of the time-scale some dogs can take up to six weeks to respond to Activity.

What size is the daily serving of Activity?
The serving size is directly related to the size of your dog: the recommended amount is 0.125 grams per kilogram of body weight. A 10 kilogram dog, for example would receive 1.25 grams per day. When you start giving your dog Activity you will give a double measure daily this is known as the ‘loading period’. After a about six weeks when your dog shows a significant improvement you can reduce the dose to the maintenance level. A double-sided measuring scoop is provided free in every pack.   

Is there anything in Activity that I need to be concerned about?

Activity contains only safe natural ingredients it is perfectly safe for all dogs.
If your dog is pregnant or is on any existing medication we recommend you discuss it with your vet.
 
Has Activity got any environmental issues?
We are committed to animal welfare and the environment during the manufacture of Activity we use a low energy, gentle process. Our ingredients are sourced mostly from the British Isles and Europe and we only order what we need when we need it reducing our transport fuel and storage. Activity is free from filler so it is concentrated and requires much less packaging than other supplements. See our environmental policy.

What are the symptoms of arthritis in dogs?
The symptoms of arthritis in dogs are so well known that they hardly need describing because dogs are effected in much the same way as people but is worth reflecting that it may be more distressful for dogs since they have four load bearing limbs rather than our two. Remember if your dog is in pain and you suspect that it may be suffering from arthritis take it to your vet. This information is not intended as an aid to diagnosis but merely as a reference guide.

The most common symptom exhibited by dogs with arthritis is of course lameness and pain but dogs are good at hiding pain so they will try to mask it as long as they can. If your poor dog is showing any discomfort either being touched or played with then you need to start giving it Activity as soon as possible. Look out for signs that your dog is slowing down such as having difficulty keeping up with you when out for a walk or not being keen to run or play. Dogs with arthritis will often lie down more than usual or are slow to get up or may be slow to get in the car or climb stairs. Your poor dog may show signs of pain when you touch it or play with it.

Will Activity cure arthritis in dogs?

Activity contains nutrients not drugs. Nutrients do not cure disease, they work naturally as the building blocks of the body. Drugs on the other hand are fast acting and are designed to alter normal bodily function and are used to treat, prevent, cure or diagnose disease. Activity will provide the extra nutritional building-blocks to help your dog’s joints in a natural way.

How will Activity help Arthritis in Dogs?
Activity provides the materials need to build health joints, bone, ligaments and muscle healthy.


Can exercise help?
You must keep exercising your dog. Arthritis will completely disable your dog if you do not keep it moving but do not overdo it.     Exercise should be regular, frequent and short

What else can do to help dogs with arthritis?

Keep them warm in winter by using a heated dog bed.

How common is arthritis in dogs ?

Arthritis affects one in five dogs and it is one of the most common causes of pain requiring veterinary treatment.
Arthritis is an inflammation of the joints and Osteoarthritis also know as ‘degenerative joint disease’ is the most common form of the disease found in dogs and as the name implies is caused by general wear and tear damage to the joints. Rheumatoid arthritis where a joint becomes inflamed is extremely rare in dogs..
Symptoms of arthritis in dogs
Arthritis is one of the most distressing conditions that can effect our dogs. Our poor companion who was once so keen to jump, run and play may now be finding life a bit harder. The signs of arthritis are easy enough to spot: they are the same as those experienced by people and the treatment for dogs with arthritis is pretty much the same as it is for people with arthritis.
Arthritis can occur in a limb, in the jaw or in the spine and believe it or not many dogs with arthritis have no symptoms whatever. Most dogs with arthritis suffer from some degree of pain and pain is what produces the more common symptoms you need to look out for. The most obvious sign of arthritis is lameness, is your dog walking normally or is it favoring a limb? Dogs with arthritis are slow to get up or are reluctant to move its head or open its mouth? Your dog may have less interest in playing or not move around as much as it did. It may sleep more or its behavior may change.

How is arthritis in dogs treated?

If you suspect your dog has arthritis take it to your Vet who will advise you on the best course of treatment for your dog. You should however be aware that there is no treatment that will restore a joint to normal and pain killers are not without side-effects. Most dogs with arthritis will be helped if you give them a daily joint supplement such as Activity It should be pointed out that these nutrients are not drugs: they do not cure arthritic dogs rather they supply nutrients that help make your arthritic dog more comfortable and happy. One other important thing you can do is reduce your dog’s weight as being overweight will make the symptoms much worse.

Dogs with arthritis should be exercised.
At first sight it would appear that dogs with arthritis should be rested and not exercised but this is wrong: 'use it or loose it' has never been more applicable than it is to the dog with arthritis. If your dog is not exercised for long periods its condition will almost certainly get worse but take it easy. Avoid ball games or stick throwing or anything that involves running around. It is best to start with short walks lasting no more than ten minutes. Your vet will be able to recommend an exercise programme. It is best to walk the dog with arthritis two or three times daily for ten minuets at a time. Slowly increase each walking session, but avoid 'power-walking'. After a couple of weeks easy walking you can gradually increase the amount of exercise but if the dog tires or becomes lame you have pushed too far, ease off until the dog is comfortable again

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