While there are many products available for the management of inflammation in dogs from both injury and arthritis, only Duralactin for dogs contains a natural, non-drug ingredient that is derived from milk.
The use of Duralactin Canine can provide your dog with relief from the painful symptoms that are associated with inflammation, and it can safely be used along with many anti-inflammatory medications and supplements including non-steroidal anti inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS,) corticosteroids, and the popular joint support supplements of glucosamine and chondroitin.
Duralactin For Dogs
The powerful active ingredient in Duralactin is called MicroLactin, a patented formula that is a derivative of milk protein taken from specially immunized cows.
It works in a unique way by inhibiting the participation of neutrophil in the inflammatory response. The result is a decrease of inflammation that leads to a decrease in pain and irritation and an improvement in your dog’s quality of life.
Duralactin canine is specially formulated to be palatable to dogs. These chewable tablets include a delectable vanilla flavoring that your pet will love, and they are available in bottles containing 60 and 180 2.4 gram chewables. The proper dosage is determined by the weight of your pet: dogs under 40 pounds take 1/2 tablet twice per day; dogs weighing 40-80 pounds take 1 tablet twice per day; and dogs weighing 81-1210 pounds take 1.5 tablets twice per day.
Duralactin for Dogs, Cats and Horses
For cats, Duralactin is available in a special non-flavored capsule formula that can be easily mixed with your pet’s food without him or her noticing. Simply twist the capsule open and mix the contents into your cat’s regular food.
For horses, two formulas are available: Duralactin Equine and the enhanced Joint Plus formula that contains MicroLactin along with Glucosamine, Chondroitin sulfate, Vitamin C, Zinc, and Manganese for the extra joint health support that your horse needs.
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