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Complete Allergy, Joint and Muscle Formula for your pets
Stop the pain Now! Delivers super antioxidant allergy support and Joint relief boosting ingredients

Allergy, Joint Muscle Remedy
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The market is flooded with Glucosamine and Chondroitin Sulfate products. But is this really the best supplements for the stiffness, joint problems and many issues our pets may have?

Our customers prefer this product for their older dogs.

This unique formula of Systemic Enzymes from Bromelain, Peptidase and Protease is why you’re pet can  get the best support they ever had.

More powerful than Glucosamine and Chondroitin Sulfate products.

Pet-Enzymes Plus® Joint Relief:
  • All natural formula is the most complete product every made in a convenient cheese and bacon flavor chewable tab.
  • Promotes joint flexibility
  • Aids in cartilage repair
  • Convenient chewable tabs
  • Helps reduce joint inflammation
  • Allergy support , For dogs and cats
  • 100 tablets

Pet Enzymes FAQs What type of research is behind the Pet Enzymes Plus® formula?
Pet-Enzymes Plus® combines the latest research and clinical studies into one powerful formula. Each ingredient has been independently researched by the most respected names in their fields. Pet-Enzymes Plus® is a formula you can trust because its ingredients are clinically tested and proven.
Are there any side effects, is Pet Enzymes Plus® is safe to take with medications?
Pet-Enzymes Plus® has no known side effects. Also, there are no known drug interactions and the ingredients do not alter the action of any medications.
I am already giving my pet MSM, why add this formula also?
Pet-Enzymes Plus® combines 5 products into one super charged formula. Plain MSM is a good nutrient to supplement your pet’s diet but plain MSM will not give you the systemic enzyme herbal effect like the combined ingredients in Pet-Enzymes Plus®. This is a highly effective formula that gives you results within a few days to a few weeks by addressing multiple problems in your pets system for overall health.
Why is it best to give Pet Enzymes Plus® without food in-between meals?
Proteolytic enzymes that reduce inflammation will also digest dietary protein like that in kibble or canned food. If Pet-Enzymes Plus® contacts that food, some of the power of those enzymes will be redirected to digest the food rather than help with the inflammation. It will still help, but to maximize the benefit without food is preferred.
My pet is allergic to sulfur. Can I use this formula?
Pet-Enzymes Plus® does not contain any sulfur like the type that makes matches burn or fireworks ignite. It does contain a highly nutritious nutrient Methylsulfonylmethane or MSM, sometimes referred to as nutritional sulfonyl sulfur. MSM should not negatively impact your pet in any way. MSM has a long history in successful veterinary use.

Product Reviews for Allergy, Joint Muscle Remedy


Like people, dogs age. Many problems arise during that aging process that must be properly addressed. Dealing with canine aging issues in the proper way can ensure a more comfortable life for your dog in his golden years. Look for the signs of an aging dog that are described below and what some of them could mean.


Changes in hearing

One way to test your dog’s hearing is by watching how he responds to being called by name. Another key sign is when an older dog begins barking for no apparent reason. Discuss any changes in auditory response with your veterinarian.


Changes in house-training habits

Older dogs may have trouble with normal, everyday habits, such as house-training. Excessive thirst and frequent or uncontrolled urination may be a sign of kidney problems, heart problems or diabetes in an older dog. If your old dog starts to urinate inappropriately, he may be incontinent. Some medical conditions or hormonal imbalances may sometimes cause incontinence in dogs, too. Regular checkups will catch any serious conditions related to inappropriate elimination.


Look for changes in eating habits

Older dogs sometimes begin to have problems with eating and chewing their food because they may develop painful tooth and gum conditions. Watch your dog eat, and if you notice food dropping from his mouth while he’s chewing, he may be having tooth and gum difficulties. This, however, can happen in dogs as young as 1 year old, not just older dogs. Dental health should be an important consideration at all ages.


Weight changes

A change in weight may occur in older dogs. Just like with humans, as a dog ages, his metabolism begins to slow down. Older dogs also may not be as active as they once were, so they have a tendency to gain weight. If you’re noticing that your dog has sudden weight loss or weight gain, take him to the veterinarian immediately for a checkup.


Understanding the age of your dog

The general rule of thumb is the larger the dog, the shorter the lifespan. For example, a large dog breed, such as a Great Dane, is considered to be an old or geriatric dog by the age of 6. Smaller dogs, such as Poodles, may not show signs of aging until they reach 11 or 12 years old.


Easing into those golden years

To help keep your dog healthy for as long as possible, keep the following nutrition and exercise advice in mind.


It’s important that your dog receive regular veterinary care and annual vaccinations and that he is eating a healthy, well-balanced diet. Nutrition is extremely important to your dog's overall health and should be evaluated as he ages. Avoid giving your dog table scraps, and make sure his diet is correct for his size, breed, age and habits. Indoor and outdoor food formulas exist. If your dog begins experiencing medical problems, check with a veterinarian, who may recommend a specially formulated diet. Always discuss any dietary changes you might make with your veterinarian first.


Exercise is as important to your aging dog’s health as it was when he was younger. Stick with a daily routine, for both your dog’s physical and mental health. If your dog has been diagnosed with arthritis, discuss exercise with your veterinarian before starting new activities to ensure that the physical workout won't hurt your dog or worsen his arthritis.

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