Chondroprotec 10mL, 1000 mg Vial
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Chondroprotec 10mL, 1000 mL Vial is a wound dressing for dogs, cats, and horses that promotes a moist environment to help heal first and second degree burns, lesions, donor sites, surgical incisions, pressure ulcers, and other wounds. Chondroprotec pet meds are best used on wounds that benefit from being kept moist.
- Protects wounds and helps them heal with minimal scarring
- Works on a number of different wounds
- Contains polysulfated glycosaminoglycan
- Manufacturer information and usage
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Chondroprotec helps my dog with her severe arthritis
It wasn't until my dog, Holly, a Pembroke Welsh Corgi, was 12 1/2 years old when she was developed arthritis in her front wrists, lower spine and hips which became progressively worse very quickly in a year and a half's time - she is now 14.
The Phycox and glucosamine/chondroitin ASU that my vet prescribed became less and less effective, so he also prescribed Chondroprotec twice a week to help ease her arthritis pain. Although she's not and never will be pain free, it does make a marked difference in her movement and daily activity. Without it, she limps, favoring her right front paw, but since she's been on Chondroprotec, no more limping, just morning stiffness and when she gets up after napping.
It was a bit of a challenge to make myself give her an injection instead of driving in twice a week for the vet to do it, but now, it's not nearly as difficult to do, esp. that she doesn't even feel the tiny needle.
I highly recommend Chondroprotec, esp. that it is not an NSAID, therefore not harmful to the kidneys or liver [ Holly also has kidney disease ] and I've read that people who have taken it, swear by it and are urging for a human equivalent to be put on the market for their arthritis.
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