Joint and Spine Support
DRBC hopes this guide helps you and your dog to a longer, happier, and healthier life. The information presented is meant to be a guide as you look for the proper nutritional program for your pet. The best program begins and remains with your veterinarian. Always include them in your discussion on diet or any other changes to your pets’ lifestyle. Be sure to make that discussion a part of your semiannual veterinary visits.
DRBC has developed a dietary approach aimed at sound health and long life. The building blocks of this program can be found by using the menu below.
Joint & Spine Support
It is just as important for dogs to maintain healthy joints as it is for humans. Like humans, dog’s joints weaken and eventually break down completely with age. Many dog owners do not realize that a decrease in a dog’s activity often correlates to already weak joints or developing osteoarthritis.
Consistent intake of the naturally occurring sources of Chondroitin and Glucosamine for both growing and mature dogs helps maintain healthy joints and prevent Intervertebral Disc Disease [IVDD]. That is particularly important for the dachshund and other long-hound breeds that are prone to back issues.
Chondroitin and Glucosamine synthesize in the dog’s body and help heal joint cartilage throughout the body, which eases the pain already experienced by arthritic dogs and allows middle-aged dogs to remain active and vibrant.
How does the addition of glucosamine complex in the DRBC Long-Life Diet work? Download the diet below.
Download the DRBC Dietary Guide
NOTE: Nutrition is part of the overall wellness plan you should discuss with your veterinarian. The information contained in this website and on this page specifically represents that of the DRBC organization. All of our decisions on a diet are discussed with our veterinarians on a routine basis.