Ark Naturals Joint Rescue Chicken Flavor Dog Treats
Dogs of all sizes will be jumping for joy for our Joint "Rescue"® soft chew squares – literally! The chews are packed with glucosamine, chondroitin, MSM, and our not-so-secret special ingredient, sea cucumber, to reduce inflammation and support their joints. Use after strenuous activity (like swimming and hiking), or to help aging pups improve mobility associated with stiffness and discomfort.
About The Manufacturer
Founded by Susan and Jay Weiss in 1996, Ark Naturals was created to answer the call for all-natural health and wellness products for companion animals.
Ark Naturals now offers a complete line of over 30 products. In 2010, the State of Florida recognized and awarded Ark Naturals as one of 50 top “Companies to Watch”.
Started long before it was trendy to be “green” and “holistic”, Susan and Jay were inspired to create the company and its product line when their beloved dog, Jordan, succumbed to cancer at 10 years old. According to Susan, Jordan was raised with ‘old thinking’ – supermarket pet foods, lots of shots and vaccines, and low quality treats. Already involved in the natural product business for humans, this experience opened their eyes to the benefits of natural pet health products.
Active Ingredients per 4 Soft Chew Squares:
Glucosamine HCL (shellfish source) 500mg
Chondroitin Sulfate (chicken source) 250mg
Sea Cucumber (farm raised) 250mg
MSM (methylsulfonylmethane) 200mg
Chicken, cultured whey, evening primrose oil (omega-6), fish oil (omega-3), gelatin, glycerin, maple syrup, mixed tocopherols, natural smoke flavor, rice flour, salt, tapioca starch
Up to 15lbs - 1 square daily
Up to 30lbs - 2 squares daily
Up to 40lbs - 3 squares daily
Up to 50lbs - 4 squares daily
Over 50lbs - 1 additional square for each 15lbs over 50.
For dogs and cats 12 weeks and older.
Consult with a veterinarian before using this product in animals with clotting disorders, animals being treated with anticoagulant medications, animals with diabetes or any metabolic disorder causing hypoglycemia, animals with a history of urinary tract stones, and animals with known allergies to shellfish.
If lameness worsens, discontinue use and contact your veterinarian. Administer during and after animal has eaten to reduce incidence of dastrointestinal upset.
Safe use in pregnant animals or animals intended for breeding has not been proven.