Hill's j/d Joint Care Reduced Calorie - Prescription Diet - Canine
Hill's j/d Prescription Diet - Canine reduced calorie is a diet food to support the joint metabolism of dogs with osteoarthritis and dogs that are overweight or predisposed to obesity.
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Hill's j/d - Joint Care Reduced Calorie - Prescription Diet - Canine
Hill's j/d Reduced Calorie dog food has a unique formula. The increased food mass ensures quick satiety, helping to curb hunger. The high content of omega-3 fatty acids helps to soothe inflamed tissue and relieve painful joints, and the high levels of EPA (a special omega-3 fatty acid from fish oil) maintains joint cartilage. Natural glucosamine and chondroitin provide the essential building blocks for healthy cartilage. Added L-carnitine also helps to maintain optimal body weight. Canine j/d improves quality of life by helping dogs run, play and get up much more easily after lying down.
Joint problems in dogs:
Joint problems are very common in dogs. The most common type is osteoarthritis, a degenerative condition in which the cartilage of a particular joint is affected. As many as 20% of dogs 1 year and older have osteoarthritis to some degree. The most common symptoms of joint disorders are: stiffness after activity, difficulty getting up and getting started again after a rest period (start lameness), reduced activity, lameness, swelling of the joint, painful to touch, restricted mobility of the affected joint, stretching and/or bending less, repeatedly licking the joint (can be a result of pain and swelling), loss of appetite, or changes in behaviour, especially irritability caused by the pain.
Dry food: Maize, rice, flax seed, pea bran meal, soy meal, poultry meal, maize gluten meal, protein hydrolysate, cellulose, dried beet pulp, animal fat (pork), fish oil, minerals, L-carnitine, cartilage hydrolysate (source of chondroitin sulphate), hydrolysate of shellfish shells(source of or glucosamine), vitamins, trace elements and beta-carotene. Naturally preserved with mixed tocopherols and citric acid.
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