|Manufacturer||Lambriar Vet - Dropship|
|Item model number||7424|
|Product Dimensions||12.7 x 10.8 x 10.8 cm; 453.59 Grams|
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Nupro Joint and Immunity Support for Dogs, 1-Pound
|Price:||(S$24.31 / count) + S$11.63 Delivery|
- Veterinarian Recommended
- All Natural
- Contains Glucosamine complex MSM and Ester-C
- Beneficial for working athletic and senior dogs
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All natural dog supplement has glucosamine complex msm and ester-c which enriches the original formula that is high in vitamins, minerals, enzymes, amino acids and essential fatty acids along with the extra ingredients to help possible joint problems. beneficial for working athletic and senior dogs which may tend to have stiff and/or sore joints. provides 16 vitamins 15 minerals 23 amino acids 9 enzymes and 4 essential fatty acids. also contains norwegian kelp ground flaxseed imported nutritional yeast culture desiccated liver bee pollen garlic steamed bone meal lecithin and lactobacillus acidophilus.
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In July of 2011, I was living in Thailand. A scraggly dog, barely alive, wandered onto my compound. I honestly didn't think she would make it because she was about the size of an Australian shepherd but was only twenty pounds. It was one of those moments where I couldn't help myself. She was coming home with me. I spent the next several months painstakingly nursing her back to health and figuring out how to accommodate what turned out to be cerebral palsy in her.
When she finally got to the United States, the veterinarian told us that she had a very poor coat quality and thought it might be due to her severe malnutrition. She recommended that I start giving my dog salmon oil and other supplements to see if we could beef up her coat quality; she also told us that it would be a good supplement to help the dog's joints, as her cerebral palsy is very hard on the upper shoulders and elbows.
I did a lot of research on vitamin supplements because I was worried about my dog's coat quality and the effects of her malnutrition, but I settled on Nupro after I heard someone say, "Nupro will grow hair on a rock." I've never been able to convince her to eat commercial dog food. If you had grown up eating good, authentic Thai food, would YOU want Purina? I didn't think so. I researched some homemade dog food recipes and finally settled on one she loved. I mixed in a little bit of curry paste and copious amounts of Nupro. She needed to gain weight and she needed some serious nutrients.
A few weeks later, as the seasons changed and she had her coat blast, she developed the most beautiful, shiny winter coat. We still give her the Nupro on every meal and thankfully she loves the taste, because she still refuses to eat any commercial dog food. A combination of a balanced, home-made diet and probably double the dose of Nupro has done wonders for my dog's physique and coat.