During summertime our canines often become more active with additional walks on sunny evenings and plenty of running around in the garden. If your dog is finding the extra exercise a challenge- he may need a dog joint supplement in his diet.
Our dogs are at their happiest when they are able to partake in regular exercise such long walks in the countryside, days out or simply enjoying playing with their owners or other canine friends. Including a Glucosamine for dogs supplement in the diet, especially during the summer months, can help to optimise mobility and comfort when our canines are more active.
Canine Joint Right provides a comprehensive supplement which includes Glucosamine for dogs, Chondroitin, MSM, Hyaluronic Acid and Omega 3 offering your dog the ultimate joint health package.
This joint aid for dogs supplement can help support joint cartilage, soothe and ease aching joints and the unique addition of MSM helps to build cartilage, ligaments, tendons and synovial fluid. Blended with Brewer's Yeast which is rich in B vitamins Canine Joint Right can boost general health and the palatable supplement can easily be mixed with feed.
Alongside supporting your dog's joints for summer it is vital to also consider other essential summer care factors.
Scientific Nutritional Products Summer Dog Care Tips
- Always avoid the midday sun and swap afternoon walks to early mornings or evenings on hot days. An active panting dog can lose up to 5 per cent of their body moisture so always carry water with you too! Or why not incorporate a walk which includes water to swim in (providing 100% safe to do so) to allow your dog to reduce his temperature en route?
- Never leave your dog in a car in hot weather! Even short periods of time can leave your dog seriously ill and dehydrated. Keep cars well ventilated while you drive, and make regular stops. If you’re travelling by car after your pet has eaten, try to let at least an hour pass to reduce the risk of travel sickness.
- Beat the Bugs! Most external parasites thrive with heat and moisture so where possible try and avoid walking in scrub grass or fields where ticks proliferate, and keep your dog's flea and worming treatments up to date. Older (and wiser!) dogs are less likely to chase stinging insects, but if your dog appears to be in any respiratory discomfort after an insect sting, always contact your vet.
To find out more about Canine Joint Right the ideal joint supplement for dogs in summer time visit our website www.horsesupplementsdirect.co.uk or for one-to-one nutritional advice contact our friendly team on Tel: 01377 254 900 or Freephone 0800 032 7774