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Phycox One Soft Chews for Dogs, 120 count
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Dogs with arthritis and other joint diseases can benefit from the ingredients in Phycox One Soft Chews for Dogs, 120 count nutritional supplements. Recent studies demonstrate the high concentrations of Phycocyanin found in Phycox petmeds specifically inhibit the COX-2 enzyme which causes pain and inflammation in the body.
- Glucosamine, phycocyanin from blue-green algae, and Methylsulfonylmethane joint supplements
- Protects against cartilage breakdown
- Improves joint health
- Manufacturer information and usage
I was please with the prize and I was very satisfy with the fastest service and the time of the delivery. Excellent packaging. I have been giving it to my dog for two weeks and he love the taste, he will gobble it in a second. I am trying to see the slightlest improvement but at this time is minimum. My only concern is that my dog is a diabetic and this product has sucrose. The Vet. said that is OK but I need to get more information. At this time I plan to continue giving it to him and hope for the best.
Fast shipping and cheaper than other online retailers.
PhyCox - Lowest price on the internet
VetDepot.com has the lowest price for the 120 Soft Chews (this included all eBay sellers at the time of our search), and we greatly appreciate the safe and swift delivery. Glad to have found you--have purchased twice already and if your reasonable prices remain, we will be customers for life!
Product as described and shipped promptly.
use for developing arthritis, not for severe arthritis
My dog is 17 years old and started developing joint stiffness and trouble getting around 2 years ago. My vet initially put him on these chews and it helped, but as time has gone on, he has needed something stronger and he takes Novox now and it seems to do a lot better. I would recommend these for the dog just started to encounter early stages of arthritis, but if he has had trouble for a while, better skip these and go to prescription meds.