You may continue using either glucosamine and chondroitin once you begin using Dog Pain Away if you wish.
Many pet owners begin using DPA on a proactive basis. Doing so may prevent more serious problems later. Different breeds, especially larger dogs, age at different rates. With regular visits to your veterinarian, you can access your dog’s aging process and overall health. Your veterinarian may discuss weight control, exercise and the use of DPA.
Should you begin to observe your dog limping, experiencing stiffness, or a change in gait, it is important to address these issues early. Your veterinarian can advise you if Dog Pain Away can help. Joints generally get worse with time. When you begin using DPA, you will notice a meaningful positive response from your dog very soon, often in as little as a few weeks. The sooner you get started, the greater the opportunity to help your dog.
Many consumers use DPA as a protective or “proactive” measure. This can be important for maintaining an active life for many dogs, especially large breeds and working dogs of all sizes. DPA can also be a valuable aid in supporting cartilage and ligaments following joint surgery.
Veterinarian professionals may prescribe DPA.
You can also find it at leading pet health retailers or by contacting Pet Health Resources or by ordering on our secure website.
DPA is a potent supplement and provides nutrients to maintain your dog’s joint and connective tissue health, it works more gradually than drugs. Seeing improvement form using DPA can range from gradual to dramatic. We suggest you follow the dosing schedule on the label for your dog’s weight, we recommend an initial administration period of four to six weeks. Some dogs may show a response in as little as 2-3 weeks.
DPA was carefully formulated and developed. The ingredients found in this unique formula have been widely researched and studied and have demonstrated no adverse effects in dogs or cats
Our research and studies indicate that administering DPA on a proactive basis – prior to an injury or trauma – allows animals to return to normal function much more rapidly. This suggests that protecting ligaments and cartilage in dogs that are obese, working breeds or older dogs, as well as many especially active animals can benefit from the protective benefits of DPA in normal animals
We believe that exercise is important for optimal joint and muscle function as well as weight control and the overall health of your pet. Joint movement increases the circulation and flow of natural fluids around the cartilage. Increased circulation also brings nutrients to tissue and aids in the removal of waste products. Studies have shown that when joints are sedentary or immobilized, cartilage and the surrounding structure can rapidly deteriorate. You should discuss this with your veterinarian, but in most cases, moderate exercise has very positive impacts.
We suggest you monitor your dog closely, and notice whether he or she seems more comfortable performing everyday activities such as climbing up stairs, going for walks, or moving around. Most people do experience meaningful improvement in their dog’s comfort level and activity.