UPC: 678226015605 Total Weight: 0.19 lbs (0.09 kg)
Package Format: 60 ChewTablets
Aches and pains reduce your dog's enjoyment of life and our enjoyment of their company. Running, walking, getting into the car or just rising to greet you become painful ordeals. Let DGP (Dog-Gone Pain) help your dog become the same carefree and playful member of the family he or she used to be‚ and wants to be again. DGP was developed by leading Australian veterinarians & herbalists. It's a complete, all-natural formula that revitalizes older dogs physically and mentally:
Supports joint function
Enhances mobility and demeanor
Brings out the "puppy" in your dog
Noticeable results in just one week!
Notes: Veterinarian formulated and tested.
Recommended Use: Give dogs or cats one tablet, for every 30 pounds of body weight, daily. For dogs or cats under 15 pounds, use 1/2 tablet daily.
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Serving Size: 1 Chewable Tablet Servings Per Container: 60
Amount Per Serving
% Daily Value*
DGP Proprietary Blend (Feverfew, Celery Seed, Wheatgrass, Boswelia, Bromelain, Papain, Corydalis Root, Cayenne, Turmeric, Shark Cartilage and a Proprietary Blend of Native Australian Herbs)
DGP is working great on my old black lab. He has some problems with his right hip and right rear leg, (not sure how old he is as he is a rescue), but DGP is helping him so much. He wants to take a walk most nights now, as well as in the mornings. He had given up his night walks, I believe, due to pain and stumbling more in the darkness. I ordered some last year to try and help my 9 year old border collie, but never got to use it very long on her before we had to put her down. I am thankful for this as I now have 4 big old dogs who will benefit.
My 10+ year old Lab has arthritis of the elbow and is not active. He has difficulty going up and down the porch steps so we built him a ramp. I had been giving him Rimadyl and had to discontinue that due to a increased reading of one of the enzymes in his liver. The vet put him on Metacam, which caused diarrhea. About that time, a lady at our local pet store told me about DGP. I decided to give it a try and have already noticed improvement in his lifestye. He will now walk willingly every morning and evening (albeit no more than 1/2 a mile a day). As a result of the improvement with the DGP, I have not had to take him for acupuncture since last summer. DGP is an excellent product and certainly safer, in my opinion, than the pharmaceuticals previously given to him. Our younger Lab has had two operations for dyplasia and he is also taking the DGP. I have noticed that he is more active and rarely limps anymore. We have recently added a four-month old puppy (a smaller breed) to our family and the younger Lab has gotten much more active, without any negative results from the increased activity. He is now running and playing harder than he has for a couple of years. I would reccomend DGP without hesitation!
My 16 year old dog is acting like a young pup again, after being on DGP for about a month. He is not having nearly the problems he was on the stairs and his overall demeanor is much better. He seems happier and more energetic.
My dog is not the biggest fan of the flavor, so it goes in a piece of cheese.
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