LubriSyn Hyaluronan Joint Supplement for all Animals, 1/2 gal helps fight joint pain and increases the quality of life for pets with joint problems. Safe for dogs, cats, and horses and helps protect joints from future degradation.
- Contains Hyaluronic Acid (HA) which is a component of synovial fluid
- Liquid joint supplement that is less invasive than hyaluronic acid injections
- Prevents future joint degradation
- Free of chondroitin sulfate, dermatan, and other glucosaminoglycan contamination
- Manufacturer information and usage
Overall Customer Rating:
Customer Reviews: 5
This is a excellent product for the Equine partner that a person shows in competition or play!! We use it on all of our horses for show and in training!!
I would like to brag on the Vet Depot for being professional in taking care of business!! The order takers are always polite and professional!! Thank You Vet Depot!
LubriSyn Hyaluronan Joint Supplement for all Animals
We ride cutting horses and have put our group on this Lubrisyn and has helped tremendously with there usability!! Vet Depot was the best buy that we found, they also sent us the pump to get the correct dosage for the horses..
My sister had been ordering her pet meds online and finally convinced me to do it. I was hesitant at first because I like to hold and read packages before I buy things. Ordering from Vet Depot is really easy though and if I have any questions I know I can reach them by phone or email.
I have used Lybrisyn on my draft cross who has had 2 surgery's for his angular ligament and this is the only product that has kept his swelling down. Without it I so think he would still be lame. Easy to use in that I just squirt once in his feed in the morning and he eats it without any problems.
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