Pet Joint & Muscle Mobility Support

  • 💪🏽 Joint & Muscle Mobility Support
  • 🐟 Yummy Fish Flavor
  • 🐾 Longevity Boosting

Omega-3 Joint & Muscle Mobility Support will leave your dog happy, healthy, and ready to have some fun!


Details & Ingredients

Ascorbic Acid, Citric Acid, Egg Yolk (pasteurized), Mixed Tocopherols, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Ascorbate, Sodium Benzoate, Water, Xanthan Gum

How To Use

Bottle: Squeeze the delicious emulsified pudding for your dog at mealtime.
Packets: Tear along perforation to dispense formulation.
- Up to 20lbs: Take 1 packet daily
- Over 20lbs: Take 1-2 packets daily

  • 350mg EPA & 230mg DHA Per Serving
  • Fully purified and ultra-refined through the process of molecular distillation, which removes unwanted levels of carcinogenic and environmental.
  • Delicious & Convenient
  • Each packet contain a delicious all-natural fish flavor that dogs love! Simply add into their food, onto a treat, or serve straight out of the packet.
  • Protect Muscle Support and Mobility
  • An omega-3 supplement can be a natural method of decreasing chronic inflammation and pain in your furry friend, reducing a healthy dog’s risk of having joint problems.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are Omega-3 Essential Fatty Acids?

Omega-3 fatty acids are important components of cellular and membrane lipids (the chief structural constituents of living cells) that are essential for life and health. Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids are two groups of essential fatty acids (EFAs) that cannot be made or synthesized by the human body and therefore must be ingested in the foods we eat or by supplementing our diets.*

Why do dogs need Omega-3s?

Dogs require Omega-3 fatty acids for several reasons. Omega-3s can help support healthy skin and coat, joint health, cognitive function, and even reduce inflammation. Since dogs can't produce Omega-3s on their own, it's important to feed them a diet that includes Omega-3-rich foods or provide them with supplements to meet their nutritional needs.

What are some signs that my dog may be deficient in Omega-3s?

If your dog is not getting enough Omega-3 fatty acids in its diet, they may exhibit several signs of deficiency, such as dry, itchy, or flaky skin, a dull coat, excessive shedding, and joint pain. Dogs with Omega-3 deficiencies may also have reduced cognitive function, which can affect their ability to learn and engage with their environment.

Are there any risks or side effects to giving my dog an Omega-3 supplement?

When given in moderation, Omega-3 supplements are generally considered safe for dogs. However, high doses may lead to digestive upset, vomiting or diarrhea, and increased bleeding risk. It's important to speak with your veterinarian before giving your dog an Omega-3 supplement to discuss the appropriate dosage and any potential risks or side effects.