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Jump for JOYnts | Extra Strength | Arthritis | Joint Aches

Jump for JOYnts | Extra Strength | Arthritis | Joint Aches

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Supports healthy joints, ligaments, tendons, and muscles. Jump for JOYnts can support issues such as ACL injuries, arthritis, and bone and muscle injuries.
“I can’t recommend this product strongly enough. There is no doubt in my mind it has made my dog much, much more comfortable.”
–Jack G, Jump for JOYnts customer

Just Spray in Mouth or On Food

Perfect to combine with a raw species appropriate diet for dogs and cats. Formula is suitable for daily signs of stiffness or limping.

4-way mobility support! Supports healthy joints, ligaments, tendons, and muscle. Jump for JOYnts can support issues such as acl injuries, arthritis, and bone and muscle injuries. NO MSM which can cause sensitivity in some dogs and cats.

Clinically tested with incredible results!

Can I use Jump For JOYnts as prevention? Yes!!

Each animal is different, and in turn, so are their individual needs. For dog breeds out of puppy stage, we recommend to our clients to give one dose twice a day for two days and then once per month.

If your dog does agility and has a particularly strenuous run you can give a dose right after.

If your dog is middle age and is an agility freak (so focused that they feel no pain when they maybe should overextend themselves regularly) it is a great idea to do the JFJ twice a day for two days once a month.

If your dog has EVER had a limb injury but has no residual problem it is helpful to do J4J twice a day for 2 days and repeat that once every 4 months.

 


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Karyn

Great stuff. I see a huge difference in my dog who is 12 years old and has Cushings as well

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Great stuff. I see a huge difference in my dog who is 12 years old and has Cushings as well