Joint guard liver treats make it so easy to give your dog the benefits of joint gard.
Joint Guard Liver Treats are a great new way to give your dog or cat the Glucosamine and Chondroitin sulfate they need to help repair and protect their joints from the effects of arthritis.
Each bite is equivalent to giving a quarter of a scoop of Joint Guard powder (1.25g) and also contains 100% real liver so you get the added benefits of vitamins, minerals and amino acids to keep your pet as healthy and active as possible. What’s also great about the liver is that it tastes great so can be assured your pet will love it!
Initial Period: 4-6 weeks
- Under 5kg - 1 bite
- 5 to 10kg - 2 bites
- 11 to 22kg - 4 bites
- 23 to 44kg - 6 bites
- Over 45kg - 8 bites
- Under 5kg - half a bite
- 5 to 10kg - 1 bite
- 11 to 22kg - 2 bites
- 23 to 44kg - 4 bites
- Over 45kg - 6 bites
PACK SIZE: 250gms contains approx 120 bite
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Liver TreatsBy: Deborah on 26 July 2020My dogs (3) lovE these liver treats which I bought for arthritis in my oldest dog. The treats work well.
Joint guard liver treats.By: Kim Gaskin on 20 August 2016Highly palatable and my dog enjoys them. They do help keep his joints flexible. He is a highly active dog. A good diet plus these and I have a healthy dog.
Keeping my seniors fit and healthy!By: ANGELA GRANT on 12 December 2015I first used Jointguard many years ago when our oldest working kelpie injured both cruciate ligaments. We decided not to put her through surgery, and though it was a long ,long road to recovery we religiously gave her the Jointguard Liver Treats. To this day she still has them, and at 16 even the vet is amazed at how well she looks. We would definitely recommend these for any dog, working or not.
jointguard liver treats16 March 2014We have purchased joint guard for a few years and have found it to be of benefit with arthritis in our 12 year old dog, would recommend to others.
Really helps the joints and helps bring back the pBy: Alan on 7 December 2013They smell a bit strong, but are eaten every time. These really helped bring back the puppy in nine year old Chester. He now plays ball much longer than before these. He still has an occasional skip/limp, but appears to be much happier and more playful.
We have two large dogs - one quite senior (10 yearBy: Amanda on 30 June 2011We have two large dogs - one quite senior (10 years old) and the other in middle age (5 years old), both who have signs of arthritis. Our Vet recommended this product and it has been fabulous. Our 10 year old dog has shown great signs of improvement and our 5 year old dog is no longer stiff in any of her joints. Both are very happy puppy dogs with very happy owners as we haven't had to spend a heap on weekly/monthly injections and they love the extra 'treat' they are getting!