what is a great quality and tasty vitamin supplement for an elderly chihuahua developing arthristist?

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my beloved 9 year old, 4 pound girl is starting to develop arthritis. i heard supplement help in stalling/preventing it from getting worse.

I have tried to find a site that would grade the different types of health supplements for dogs (the way they do for dog food) but couldnt find such a site. whenever i enter “quality pet supplements” i end up coming up with sites to manufacturers pushing their products (and I cant trust them).

please help
excuse me? byb for over breeding? my dog is a finished AKC/ CCA champion. so stop throwing out accusations. and vets are influenced by pharma reps and i want an unbiased opinion. please go troll elsewhere
above comment was directed at the flamer, Ladystan. thank you to everyone else who really tried to help. will pick a best answer

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Answer by ladystang
talk to vet that knows dog
9 is not old for chi
just byb over breeding

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4 comments on “what is a great quality and tasty vitamin supplement for an elderly chihuahua developing arthristist?

  1. Partofthefamily

    Here’s a good one.
    Yes, I use it.
    Money back guarantee.

    http://www.partofthefamilykennels.com/pethealth.htm

  2. Dog Section Regular

    For my elderly cat, I use Pet Naturals, Hip + Joint support. It’s REALLY helped him, and he does eat them.

    http://www.petnaturals.com/vitamins_supplements/hip-joint-support-softchew-SM-dogs.php

    Also, Glucosamine and Chrondroiton are good supplements to give, too. Most any pet store will have them. I know PetCo sells the Pet Naturals.

  3. Sammy Gabbie GO VEGAN!

    Raw diets help far better than do supplements.

  4. BYB's (BYBs) Have Gigantic Hunts

    I use and recommend Wholistic Foods Joint Mobility. It’s a good well rounded supplement in powder form. I put a little bit of water in my dog’s dish and add the powder then add her food. Easy. It’s fishy smelling so my dog gobbles it right up.

    The website K9power sells it for about half what my local food stores charge. It’s still kinda spendy, but I think I go through a pound every 6 months or so for my 11lb dog.

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