InPrime Hip and Joint
60 Soft Chews
Starting At $28.38
InPrime Hip and Joint
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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
What are InPrime Hip and Joint Chews 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 also contains powerful, natural antioxidants that may help reduce joint discomfort.
Why do dogs use InPrime?
- Van Beek InPrime Hip and Joint 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?
- If your dog's condition worsens or does not improve, consult your veterinarian.
How do you use InPrime?
- Give as directed by your veterinarian.
- Manufacturer's suggested use: 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 Hip and Joint Chews?
- Active Ingredients (per 3.6 gram soft chew): Astaxanthin 1 mg
- Inactive Ingredients: Bacon flavor biotin, calcium carbonate, calcium phosphate, fish oil, glycerin, macrogol, magnesium glycinate, magnesium stearate, molasses (dried), natural antioxidants, pork liver powder, silicon dioxide, sucrose, vegetable “beef” flavor, vegetable fiber, vegetable oil, vegetable shortening, vegetable starch.
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.
Who makes InPrime?
- InPrime is made by the manufacturer VanBeek.
40 total reviews
Rated 4.85 out of 5 stars
67% of respondents would recommend this to a friend
36 5 star reviews
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Most Liked Positive Review
Highly recommended. The vet ordered it for my beloved Nalu due to her hip condition. She seems happier and more energized since she's started taking them. The products are at a great price, they shipped quickly and it was nicely packed. I will surely be buying them again in a near future and will definitely consider the website for any product that I might need for my dear pets.
Most Liked Negative Review
Formula has changed.
Last year in July 2022, I had purchased "InPrime Hip & Joint Proactive Synovial Support with Epitalis", and the active ingredient was "Biota seed oil", which in studies was reported to be source of Epitalis known for its support of cartilage repair and pain relief properties. I was seeing some improvement in my dog's ability to walk, so I reordered more in November 2022 in hopes of helping my dog with her back and joint issues. Well, upon receiving my order, I noticed something strange. Not only was the packaging a little different, but when I opened the package, the color of the soft chews were different, also. The chews were now reddish rather than a dark brown. I looked at the list of ingredients on the new package, and sure enough, the active ingredient on the newly received product was no longer biota seed oil. Apparently, the active ingredient is now "Astaxanthin", which I was already giving to my dog in a separate supplement for my dog's glaucoma anyway. I was very disappointed, and felt that the manufacturer of this product had deceived its customers. I was expecting "Epitalis—derived from biota seed oil", which in Australia is being used for horses with joint issues, but instead received a different product. Thus, I won't be reordering this.
Keeps my older dog pain freeFrom South CarolinaComments about InPrime Hip and Joint 60 Soft ChewsMy vet recommended this product For my 8 year old dog. He loves the taste and they seem to help with his mobility.
Happy doggie!From UndisclosedComments about InPrime Hip and Joint 60 Soft ChewsMy girl is doing great and has more energy! She loves the way these taste so it's super easy.
Happy Labs!From UndisclosedComments about InPrime Hip and Joint 60 Soft ChewsOur Labs love these supplements!
Hoping for the best!From UndisclosedComments about InPrime Hip and Joint 60 Soft ChewsWe've only been using this product about a week so it's kind of early to tell about effectiveness. I'm hoping it's going to help my almost 15-year old Shiba Inu feel not quite so old!
In PrimeFrom UndisclosedComments about InPrime Hip and Joint 60 Soft ChewsThank you for your prompt service. Easy to order and feel this will help our pups.
Tasty supplementFrom UndisclosedComments about InPrime Hip and Joint 60 Soft ChewsMy dog loves the taste of these supplements..he thinks they are treats! We began these when he was recovering from a partially torn ACL ..he's almost good as new now.
So far so goodFrom UndisclosedComments about InPrime Hip and Joint 60 Soft ChewsMy vet recommended these chews for my 9 1/2 years old boxer/bulldog . He hasn't been on them for only a couple months but seems he is not favoring one of hind legs as much as before . I give it to him with his food at night. It doesn't upset his stomach .
A working remedy for dogs with arthritisFrom UndisclosedComments about InPrime Hip and Joint 60 Soft ChewsSeems to be helping our dog "Hatfield" with an on and off again limp he's been suffering with. His vet seems to think he has developed arthritis.
Great productFrom UndisclosedComments about InPrime Hip and Joint 60 Soft ChewsGreat product and the customer service is outstanding!
InPrime really helps our senior petsFrom UndisclosedComments about InPrime Hip and Joint 60 Soft ChewsOur pets absolutely love these and it's really good for them. Recommended by our vet, they are given as a "treat" to help with their joints.
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Q & A
What is the difference between the InPrime and the Boiflex Active that you don't carry anymore??
Did the formula for these treats recently change? They used to be bacon flavored and now the package ingredients don't list it. The texture and color are also off compared to previous purchases. My dogs also won't eat them as willingly and 1 doesn't want them at all. Why the change? I'm disappointed.?
According to Van Beek, the manufacturer, there was not a change in the formulation of InPrime Hip and Joint. There was only a change in the packaging of the product and labeling of the ingredients. They are still bacon flavored and it is listed as an inactive ingredient.Verified Answer
Our dog is actually allergic to chicken and beef. He gets a rash and his skin gets irritated causing him to scratch and bite himself. I see this product is bacon flavored. Will that adversely affect him??
The ingredient list for InPrime includes biota seed oil, bacon flavor, biotin, calcium carbonate, calcium phosphate (dibasic), 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, and vitamin D3. This product is intended to help support hip and joint health which can benefit mobility. Please provide this ingredient list for your veterinarian to review and help you determine if it’s appropriate for your pet dog.Verified Answer
Can I feed this product in addition to Actistatin? Thanks?
Both of these products are nutritional supplements labeled to help support joint health. They contain different active ingredients and are produced by different manufacturers. Currently, there is no information available regarding the use of the products together. Like all dietary supplements, it is recommended that you consult with your veterinarian before administering to your pet. Please consult with your veterinarian with any further questions or concerns regarding these products.Verified Answer
I've tried a couple other things and she wouldn't eat them. Do these have a guarantee? She isn't a picky eater...only eats kibbles and we use treats to train her. But, she won't chew her chewable heartworm or flea/tick meds either. Weird, huh??
For chewable heartworm and flea meds, consider the injectable heartworm medicine (6 or 12 month) and I use the topical Bravecto for my dog (flea/tick)who hates the chewable stuff too. I think he will like the bacon flavor joint med though.Community Answer
my dog ate the whole bag, is this medicine harmful if overdosed.Community Answer
Hi Sue. I use Beef flavored pill/capsule "Pockets". Or there is like a beef flavored fruit roll up and you tear a piece off and wrap you pills on it.Community Answer
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