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Next Level Equine Joint Fluid

$23.89

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(16 day supply)

$23.89

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(32 day supply)

$43.29

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(128 day supply)

$148.19

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Product Summary:

FarnamNext Level Equine Joint Fluid

Next Level Equine Joint Fluid  is an exclusive supplement that helps keep joints lubricated and supports healthy joint and hip function.  Flex combination of every source of GAGs available.  It contains Glucosamine, Chondroitin from a poultry source, Perna Mussel, Ester-C® and MSM.  This liquid contains special bromelain enzyme solution that helps absorb quickly and digests easily.  Next Level Joint Fluid can be used for horses and dogs.
 
Item Specifications:
Active Ingredients per fluid oz:
Glucosamine Sulfate (shellfish).........................5,000 mg
Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM).......................1,650 mg
Bromelain.........................................................37 mg
Ascorbic Acid (Ester-C®)................................30 mg
Chondroitin Sulfate (Poultry)..............................14.5 mg
Perna Mussel.....................................................3.5 mg
Inactive Ingredients: Artificial flavors, calcium ascorbate, caramel color, corn syrup, FD&C red #40, glycerin, potassium sorbate, propionic acid, water and xanthan gum.

Directions for Use:
For horses: Give 2 fl oz. per day for the first 10 days, then 1 oz per day  thereafter. 
For dogs:  Give 1/4 oz. per 40 lb of body weight.
Sizes: 16 oz. (8-16 Day Supply) 32 oz. (16-32 Day Supply) 128 oz. (64-128 Day Supply) For Product Label / Feeding Instructions and MSDS Sheet, please click on the Manufacturer’s Information to the right
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this is the best joint supplement I have found
KATHY W on Dec 13, 2015
I actually use this product for my dogs. There is a calibration guide on the bottle for reducing the dose down to dog-size. I have found it to be an economical source of glucosamine/chondroitin for them, and it has definitely helped with their arthritic conditions.
AMY L C on Mar 9, 2015
Because it has Ester C and is a great joint supplement. I feed it to my dogs. Breed Australian Shepherd. I just wish it had marks on it pertaining to dog weights.
Susan C on Oct 21, 2015
Very good product but it takes a long time to get it in their system. It works.
Rachel M on Jan 2, 2015
how is this administered? looking for injectable glucosamine for horse, lots of time in back country so impossible to give in feed
Jazzz on Jul 31, 2014
Best Answer: This is administered orally. Alternative to feed would be to carry this + large syringes with you and administer by mouth. My horses don't mind the taste and would have no problems having this squirted directly into their mouths with a syringe (minus the needle!!). Good luck!
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Can a Diabetic Dog useNext-Level?
MAYRA S on Feb 27, 2015
Best Answer: The product has corn syrup in it; if the dog is a diabetic, I don't think it would be safe to use this product. However it does an outstanding job for joint problems.
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