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Arthrimed Joint Supplement Powder for Cats & Dogs (250 GM)

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Arthrimed Joint Supplement Powder
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Arthrimed powder is a potent joint health supplement for cats. Enriched with natural ingredients, the powder helps in the maintenance of tendons and joint health. Moreover, it reduces joint pain and also prevents early signs of arthritis in cats. Arthrimed is developed with high potent ingredients and is readily accepted by cats. When given regularly, the powder improves the mobility of the cat and lowers joint-related problems.

Directions

  • Spread the supplement over the food and ensure the cat finishes the entire meal.
  • Administer it according to your cat’s bodyweight.
  • Treat the cat on a daily basis.

Dosage:

  • Small cats: (1-3kg)  2,5g per day
  • Large cats: (4+ kg)  5g per day

Key Benefits

  • A potent supplement for maintaining joint health of cats
  • Lowers the risk of arthritis in aging cats
  • Reduces joint pain and inflammation
  • The taste of this highly palatable powder is relished by cats
  • Developed with quality natural ingredients
  • Can be given to all sizes of cats
  • Safe to use in addition to any other anti-inflammatory treatment

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Ingredients

Glucosamine, Chondroitin Sulphate, Green Lipped Mussel Concentrate, Ascorbic acid, Manganese Ascorbate, Brewer’s yeast and Moisture

Easy administration

My cat does no drama while taking this up. It is quite easy to feed this to her.

Nathie
happy on the moon

Dolly faced stiff joints which made it difficult for her to move around freely. however, after two months of treatment, she is moving around and seems to be happy on the moon.

Colon
Giving regularly

We had one cat a few years back who badly suffered from arthritis, so now we dont want to risk our new kitty with that. Giving arthrimed to her regularly.

Heyley