Duralactin Canine Joint Plus Soft Chews
Keep your dog active and comfortable with Duralactin Joint Plus soft chews. Eight proven ingredients promote healthy cartilage, improve joint function, and reduce swelling. It’s a lot of power in one tasty chew your dog will love.
- Improves joint health with a powerful combination of effective ingredients
- All natural product for long-term use
- Tasty liver flavored soft chews that dogs love
Each Duralactin Canine Joint Plus soft chew packs a lot of healing power to help dogs with joint problems. The active ingredient is Microlactin, a patented dried milk protein from hyperimmunized cows, which helps reduce joint inflammation. In addition Duralactin Canine Joint Plus includes: glucosamine HCL, a key part of cartilage that may help support joint health; methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) which provides sulfur to promote joint and muscle health; and omega 3 fatty acids that can help reduce swelling and support healthy cartilage. Duralatin Canine Joint Plus also includes zinc, Vitamin E, and manganese.
What you should know about Duralactin Canine Joint Plus Soft Chews:
- Talk to your veterinarian before using this product.
- Follow dosing directions exactly - don’t give your pet more medication than directed and don’t skip doses.
- Read the label carefully for information about storage, possible side effects, and drug interactions.
Duralactin Canine Joint Plus (60ct and 90ct) active ingredients per soft chew:
|MicroLactin (dried milk protein)||1500 mg|
|Glucosamine HCl(marine source)||1000 mg|
|Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM)||800 mg|
|Eicosapentaenoic Acid (Omega 3-EPA)||15 mg|
|Docosahexaenoic Acid (Omega 3-DHA)||10 mg|
|Vitamin E||6 IU|
Duralactin Canine Joint Plus (60ct and 90ct) dose:
|Weight of Dog||Dosage|
|0 to 60 lbs||1 soft chew per day|
|60 to 120 lbs||2 soft chews per day|
|over 120 lbs||3 soft chews per day|
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Q & A
My 10 year old 25lb cocker spaniel/ poodle mix has been taking Duralactin for dogs since 3/21/20. Last Thursday, 4/9 and again today 4/13 he has had tremors which lasted for a little while then stopped. Is it possible tremors are due to this medicine??
We are sorry to hear about the tremors your pet cocker spaniel/poodle mix has been experiencing. Duralactin Canine Joint Plus is a supplement for supporting healthy joint function, and has limited information available in regards to side effects. Please consult with your veterinarian to determine if this product is causing tremors. PRN Pharmacal manufactures this product and may be reached at 1-800-874-9764 or email@example.com. They may be able to provide you information regarding potential side effects.Verified Answer
Our 11 1/2 year old Japanese Chin had been on Rimadyl. She was weaned off of that happily and is now finishing Stanard Process canine musculoskeletal support and is on a 500 mg maintenance dose of microlactin in capsule form. It's all worked beautifully but Id like to find an alternative to opening capsules and putting in food. Doesn't always please her! Is this it and just use 1/2 once a day??
Duralactin Canine Joint Plus (120ct and 240ct) does include MicroLactin 500mg as one of the main ingredients. According to the manufacturer, dogs under 40 pounds should take one soft chew a day. These can be taken directly or with food. Please consult with your veterinarian before starting any new medication or supplement.Verified Answer
dachshund 9 years old, has had two back surgeries, neck seems to be bothering him now, on prednisone for inflammation, notice there is a lot of duralactin products which one would be the best for him, the tablets or soft chews. Thanks Sheryl?
The Duralactin Canine Joint Plus supplements both contain a concentrated milk protein that the manufacturer has determined to have properties which reduce inflammation. Per the manufacturer, there should be no interactions between the Duralactin products and the prednisone your dog is currently on. The chewable tablets contain only the milk protein. The soft chews contain ingredients which have been used to both promote joint health and reduce inflammation. The best treatment for your dog should be determined based on whether you are focused on the inflammation or both the inflammation and joint health. If your dog seems to be having neck problems after his back surgery, he should be seen by the veterinarian to determine an appropriate treatment for his discomfort. Thank you, VetRxDirectVerified Answer