Joint & Mobility
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Joint & Mobility
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It is estimated that 1 dog in 5 has some or other problem with joints and mobility. These problems tend to occur more frequently as dogs age. This is usually caused by wear or damage to the articular cartilage. The right food choice can support the cartilage and keep joints supple. However attentive you are, irreparable cartilage damage can occur even before you notice. A daily diet of ARION Health&Care Joint & Mobility can help to keep your dog in top condition so that it can continue to run and jump normally.

To promote supple joints, the energy content of ARION Health&Care Joint & Mobility has been adapted to maintain optimum body weight, and there’s also L-carnitine to burn excess body fat and reduce joint stress. Joint quality and function are helped by a blend of natural sources of glucosamine, chondroitin and chelated minerals which work together. High levels of extremely absorbable Omega-3 from Antarctic krill inhibit inflammation and have a soothing effect. A blend of natural plant extracts ensures that there is no degradation of the fatty acids in your dog's joints. This is mainly caused by stress, which can seriously affect the joints and cause inflammation. Our unique mix of antioxidants combat free radicals.

Weight Control Weight
Control

Optimised
energy content
Fat Metabolism Support Fat Metabolism Support
High levels
of L-Carnitine
Joint Protection Joint Protection
Contains natural sources of glucosamine & chondroitin
Highly Bio-Available Omega-3 Highly Bio-
Available Omega-3

Antarctic krill
as source of omega-3

Facts & Figures

Chicken meat meal (>20%, a natural source of glucosamin and chondroitin sulfate)
Rice
Maize
Potato meal
Chicken fat
Maize protein
Hydrolysed chicken protein
Beet pulp
Dried Antarctic krill
Dried whole eggs
Yeast
Green lipped mussel (Perna canaliculus - a natural source of glucosamin)

The influence of food on joints

Joints 1

Healthy joint
Affected joint
Cartilage
Bone
Synovial fluid
Inflamation and pain

The combination of nutritional components as chondroitin, glucosamine, high levels of bio-available omega-3 fatty acids and natural plant extracts have shown to help maintain the function of the joints and healthy cartilage. Studies show significant improvement in activity and reduced stiffness, lameness and pain.
(Beynen et al., 2010)

Joints 2

Crude protein 23 %
Crude fat 13 %
Crude ash 6 %
Crude fibre 2 %
Calcium 1.3 %
Phosphor 1 %
Omega-3 0.7 %

The influence of food on joints

Joints 1

Healthy joint
Affected joint
Cartilage
Bone
Synovial fluid
Inflamation and pain

The combination of nutritional components as chondroitin, glucosamine, high levels of bio-available omega-3 fatty acids and natural plant extracts have shown to help maintain the function of the joints and healthy cartilage. Studies show significant improvement in activity and reduced stiffness, lameness and pain.
(Beynen et al., 2010)

Joints 2

A Vitamin A 22,000 IU/kg
D3 Vitamin D3 1,800 IU/kg
E Vitamin E 180 mg/kg
L-carnitine 300 mg/kg
β-carotene 1 mg/kg
Fe E1 Iron 150 mg/kg
Zn E6 Zinc 145 mg/kg
Mn E5 Manganese 35 mg/kg
Cu E4 Copper 18 mg/kg
I E2 Iodine 1.3 mg/kg
Se E8 Selenium 0.15 mg/kg
Adult weight Diet (g/d)
2 - 5 kg 40 - 80 g
5 - 10 kg 80 - 110 g
10 - 20 kg 110 - 200 g
20 - 30 kg 200 - 280 g
30 - 40 kg 280 - 350 g
40 - 60 kg 350 - 450 g
> 60 kg 450 - 600 g
Spread over 2 meals/day

TIP

Not sure how to feed your dog properly? Consult our body score table for more information.

3.760 Kcal/kg