Glyde Mobility Chews for Dogs uses all-natural ingredients to promote healthy joints that let your dog do everything he or she loves to do! Glyde is the only APVMA registered nutraceutical that contains proven level of three key components that work to relieve the painful signs of arthritis.
|Bodyweight (kg)||Initial Treatment
(4-6 weeks) Daily
|5-10||1 chew||½ chew|
|11-20||2 chews||1 chew|
|21-30||3 chews||1 ½ chews|
|31-40||4 chews||2 chews|
|Over 40||5 chews||2 ½ chews|
Subscribe & Save is an automatic subscription plan. Ensuring that pets receive daily treatment is essential to protecting them. When you enroll in the Subscribe & Save plan, regularly scheduled deliveries of the product you choose will be sent so you never run out, and your pet is able to keep doing the things he or she loves. Plus, by signing up, you will receive a 10% discount off of every shipment!
Parnell partners with veterinary clinics across Australia to promote pet health. When you select your veterinary clinic at check out, Parnell gives a portion of each sale back to your clinic.
Each chew contains:
GLYDE Mobility Chews for Dogs is a medication that may help relieve the symptoms of arthritis in dogs.
Cartilage acts as a cushion between the bones of joints. Glycosaminoglycans (GAGs) form the major building blocks of cartilage and the lubricating fluid within the joint. In arthritis, cartilage becomes damaged leading to clinical signs such as stiffness, pain, a reluctance to run or play and lameness in the affected limbs.
GLYDE contains three separate biological compounds:
Precautions: GLYDE CAN NOT BE RECOMMENDED AS AN ALTERNATIVE TREATMENT IN ACUTE JOINT INFLAMMATION. LONG TERM TREATMENT IS REQUIRED.
Use in pregnant animals is not recommended as safe use in pregnant animals has not been established.
Initial Period: 4-6 weeks: 1 chew per 10kg bodyweight per day for 4-6 weeks
Maintenance dose: ½ chew per 10kg bodyweight per day
1 Chew = 3g Approximately
For best results, give GLYDE every day for the treatment course recommended by your veterinarian.
Protecting a dog’s ability to run and play is key to preserving quality of life. That’s why early recognition and treatment of osteoarthritis (OA) is so important. 20% of dogs over the age of 1, and 80% of dogs over the age of 8 will shows signs of OA. Learn more about osteoarthritis in dogs.