InPrime Hip and Joint
60 Soft Chews

InPrime Hip and Joint

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What is InPrime Hip and Joint for Dogs?

  • InPrime is a revolutionary joint support formula to help with everyday mobility and dogs of all sizes.
  • InPrime offers proactive synovial joint support and encourages hip and joint health.
  • InPrime contains a unique active ingredient, Epiitalis, a patented biota seed oil that is high in essential fatty acids.
  • Epiitalis is known for its pain relief properties and may aid with cartilage repair.
  • InPrime also contains powerful, natural antioxidants that may help reduce joint discomfort.

Why do dogs use InPrime?

  • InPrime may help reduce joint discomfort, encourage hip and joint health, or provide joint support for dogs after surgery.

What else should I know about InPrime?

  • This supplement can be used for dogs of all sizes and is especially helpful for large breeds and working dogs.
  • InPrime chews have a delicious flavor enjoyed by dogs.

What problems could my dog have with InPrime?

  • Consult your veterinarian before giving this or any other supplement to your companion.

How do you use InPrime?

  • Small Dogs 1 to 30 lbs: 1 chew daily.
  • Medium Dogs 31 to 60 lbs: 2 chews daily.
  • Large Dogs 61 lbs or greater: 3 chews daily.
  • For premium support, give double the recommended amount for the first three weeks.

What is in InPrime?

  • Active ingredients per 3 gram soft chew: Biota Seed Oil - 6 mg.
  • Inactive ingredients: Bacon flavor biotin, calcium carbonate, calcium phosphate, fish oil, glycerin, macrogol, magnesium amino acid chelate, magnesium stearate, molasses (dried), natural antioxidants, pork liver powder, sucrose, vegetable fiber, vegetable oil, vegetable shortening, vegetable starch, vitamin D3.

Will I get what I see in the picture?

  • InPrime is a brand name. You will receive the exact brand that you request.

Is it important for my dog finish all of the InPrime?

  • Dogs may use InPrime for different lengths of time. Please consult your veterinarian if you have any questions.