Glyde Mobility Chews For Dogs promotes joint health, cartilage development, and reduces discomfort. This all-natural, gluten-free supplement combines 3 potent nutraceuticals to keep your dog moving with ease. Glyde Mobility Chews may reduce aches caused by osteoarthritis, encourage cartilage health, and support joint flexibility. Glyde contains proven levels of three key components that work to relieve the painful signs of arthritis for dogs:
- New Zealand Green Lipped Mussel: A powerful anti-inflammatory
- Glucosamine: Reduces cartilage degradation
- Chondroitin Sulfate: Helps rebuild cartilage
New Zealand Green Lipped Mussel is a natural anti-inflammatory that helps relieve joint swelling and pain. the Green Lipped Mussel in Glyde is also the natural source of ETA, a potent Omega-3 fatty acid that relieves stiffness and encourages mobility. Glyde contains glucosamine to reduce cartilage destruction and increase joint fluid, and chondroitin to restore cartilage tissue for dogs. The heart-shaped Glyde Mobility soft chews are easy to break in half and have a hydrolyzed, plant-based chicken liver flavor.
Arthritis is a degenerative joint condition where the cartilage breaks down, space between the joint narrows, and the amount of joint fluid (synovial fluid) is reduced causing less cushioning. As a result, it causes inflammation, pain, stiffness, reduced mobility and range of motion. Certain breeds of dogs are more at risk for developing arthritis, especially large breeds. Working and active dogs tend to put more stress on their joints. In addition, dogs with previous injuries or joint surgery are also more at risk. Could your dog have arthritis? Take the quiz to find out if our dog is at risk.
Especially as your dog ages, it’s important to pay close attention to their movements – or lack of them. Both young and older cats can experience arthritic changes. Keep in mind that arthritis may be difficult to recognize. If your dog demonstrates a lowered activity level, stiffness, or reluctance to play, they may be suffering from arthritis. It may be time to talk with your veterinarian. If diagnosed and caught in the early stages, your veterinarian may help ease some of their symptoms. Learn how to tell if your dog is in pain.