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Myristin Dog Joint Aide

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We believe this to be a really effective  Dog joint supplement based on our own experience.  Of course the FDA makes us say that this hasn't been proven.  Don't wait till your pup is experiencing joint pain.  Keep your pup's joints and hips in tip top shape by supplementing by around age 5.  Since 1996, members of the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association have been using Myristin® for dogs, cats, horses, and other animals.

Myristin® Hip and Joint formula for Dogs, Cats, & Small Animals is a combination of many customers' preferred joint health products, - Glucosamine Sulfate and MSM, along with our signature product, cetyl myristoleate (CMO) - in a tasty chewable tablet formulated for small animals.

Myristin® Hip and Joint Formula tablets are chewable and highly palatable, with all-natural flavoring of bacon.

Ingredients: An all-natural bacon flavoring makes tablets highly palatable to dogs and cats, so much so that they can even be used as treats. Some competitors' joint formulas omit MSM from their products because dogs, in particular, do not like its taste. The MSM in Myristin® Hip & Joint Formula for Pets is coated, so there is no taste to it and no need for excessive flavorings. This makes it far easier to administer MSM and helps to make it affordable.

HOW MUCH SHOULD I ORDER?  Myristin® Hip & Joint Formula for Pets comes in two convenient sizes: a small 120 count tablet bottle and a large 240 count tablet bottle. The 120 count bottle is an appropriate loading dose (see feeding instructions) for small dogs, cats, and other small animals. The 240 count bottle is preferable for customers with multiple dogs, customers with large dogs, dog breeders, and customers with dogs on maintenance doses.

Give one tablet per day per 25 pounds of weight for two months (see chart below).

Older animals may need to be given the loading amount for longer than two months

Best given at the time of a regular daily feeding.

Tablets can be given half in the AM and half in the PM.

Tablets may be crushed for very small animals.

If desired, the tablets may be given as a treat on an empty stomach an hour before feeding with water available.