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Pet Honesty Hip and Joint Chicken Cat Supplement

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  • Keep your furry friend moving and grooving with Pet Honesty Hip and Joint Supplement! This chicken-flavored formula helps ease inflammation and maintain joint mobility, so your cat can pounce all day long. Plus, the Green Lipped Mussel provides powerful antioxidants and omega-3s. The textured and savory formula will have them purring in delight.

    Highlights:

    Eases joint stiffness
    Support for cats with occasional joint discomfort
    Tasty & Easy to Give
    No added corn, wheat or soy and no artificial flavors, colors or preservatives

    We’re Ben, Sean, and Camille, a trio of pet lovers on a mission to help people enjoy more, and better quality, time with their four-legged best friends. Our team is comprised of dog lovers, a former U.S. Air Force Officer, a married couple, and a cuddly chocolate lab named Chief (the team favorite of course!). After watching Chief and family pets experience a range of issues like dry and itchy skin, joint discomfort and immobility, and stomach issues, we realized we (and other dog owners!) could be doing MORE to help their pups live healthy and more comfortable lives. That’s when the idea of delicious supplements filled with powerful, natural ingredients was born!

  • Glucosamine HCl (Shellfish Source), Green Lipped Mussel, Calcium Fructoborate, Manganese Sulfate, Barley Flour, Brewers Yeast, Brown Rice Flour, Chicken Fat, Chicken Meal, Citric Acid, Cultured Whey, Dl-Methionine, Fish Oil, Glucono-Delta-Lactone, Lecithin, Mixed Tocopherols (preservative), Natural Flavor, Pork Fat, Potassium Chloride, Rosemary Extract, Tapioca Starch, Taurine, Whey.

  • Administer by Weight:

    Give 1 chew per 2LBS of body weight, daily or as needed, for kittens 4-6 months. Give 1 chew per 1LB of body weight, daily or as needed, for cats over 6 months.Consult your veterinarian for kittens under 4 months.

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