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Glyde Mobility Chews For Dogs 60 Chews

US$42.27 [AU$53.00]

Glyde Mobility Chews For Dogs 60 Chews

Active constituents - each chew contains:

Chondroitin sulphate sodium (Bovine Origin) 285 mg, Glucosamine HCl 570 mg, Green Lipped Mussel Powder 760 mg

  • Aids in the improvement of joint health and function
  • A proven solution that controls the clinical symptoms of osteoarthritis
  • Effective for the long-term treatment of osteoarthritis
  • A natural anti-inflammatory that relieves joint pain
  • Suitable for active or ageing dogs
  • A soft and easy to break chew
  • 100% palatability guarantee
  • Natural, gluten free ingredients
  • Ingredients sourced from environmentally sustainable suppliers – contains no shark cartilage

Contains a therapeutic dose of both chondroprotective and anti-inflammatory ingredients:

Chondroprotective Ingredients

18% Chondroitin sulphate sodium – direct building block of cartilage, inhibits cartilage degradation

35% Glucosamine HCl – important building block and stimulates production of synovial fluid and cartilage

Anti – Inflammatory Ingredients

47% Green Lipped Mussel Powder – contains unique Omega -3 fatty acid (ETA) which has strong anti-inflammatory properties


Initial Period: 4 – 6 weeks: 1 chew per 10 kg of bodyweight

Maintenance dose: ½ chew per 10 kg bodyweight per day


  • Glyde cannot be recommended as an alternative treatment in acute joint inflammation
  • Initial treatment period is dependent on joint health status and will vary between dogs – speak to your vet for advise specific to your pet
  • Long term treatment is required
  • Use in pregnant animal is not advised – safe use on pregnant animals has not been established