ZamiPet Joint Protect is a great tasting, breakable chew containing Chondroitin and Glucosamine plus Hyaluronic Acid and MSM, to support joint function in dogs.
Always read the label. Intended for occasional or supplemental feeding in line with directions or advice from your animal health professional.
Products available in
150g (30 chews)
300g (60 chews)
500g (100 chews)
- May help improve joint function when used long term
- Australia made and owned
- Formulated by Australian vets
- Made with locally sourced chicken
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Full Ingredients List
Australian Sourced Chicken Meal; Rice; Glucosamine Hydrochloride; Chondroitin Sulphate; Gelatine; Glycerol; Food Acid; Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM); Salt; Natural Flavours; Emulsifier; Vitamin C; Magnesium Phosphate; Vitamin E; Vegetable Protein Extract; Calcium Carbonate; Zinc Sulphate; Potassium Sorbate; Hyaluronic Acid; Iron (Ferrous Sulphate); Natural Antioxidant; Copper Sulphate; Selenium; Vitamin B3 (Niacin); Manganese Oxide; Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin); Biotin; Vitamin B12; Vitamin B1 (Thiamine); Vitamin A; Vitamin B6; Folic Acid.
Contains ZamiJoint Complex for dogs (APVMA Listed Product No: 90532/129223).
Protein 30%; Fat 3.6%; Fibre <0.1%; Salt 3.5%; ME 60 kJ/5 g.
No artificial colours or flavours.
MANUFACTURED IN AUSTRALIA
Directions for use:
Feed chew(s) daily as per feeding guide below, or as recommended by your animal health professional.
For best results an initial daily dose should be provided as follows for the first 4–6 weeks.
One chew equals approx. 5 g.
Not recommended for use in acute or infectious joint conditions. For a diagnosis to determine these conditions, or in the event of adverse experience (e.g. diarrhoea) or where response is unsatisfactory, consult your veterinarian. Use with caution in pregnant or lactating animals as safe use in these groups has not been established. Use with caution in animals with bleeding, liver or kidney disorders. Do not give to animals with an allergy to seafood.
FIRST AID: If poisoning occurs contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre. Phone Australia 13 11 26.