Glucosamine Updated on: March 12th, 2019

glucosamine in a dog's body produces glycosaminoglycan, which is used to help form and repair body tissues such as cartilage. dogs can be fed glucosamine to help build strength in the cartilage and joints

why we feed

large breed dogs or older dogs with arthritis can often benefit from supplementing glucosamine into their diet. It can help build up the connective tissue in the joints

how to feed

Chicken feet, duck feet, beef trachea, are just a few examples of natural sources of glucosamine for your dog! These can be fresh and added into your dog's diet to help.

Additional info

humans can take glucosamine supplements as well!