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Seraquin for Dogs
Seraquin for Dogs

Seraquin for Dogs

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Seraquin for Dogs helps promote normal joint function and reduces pain, giving your pet a new lease of life. How it works Given as a treat or crushed up into food, Seraquin eases the pain...  Read more

Seraquin for Dogs

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Seraquin for Dogs helps promote normal joint function and reduces pain, giving your pet a new lease of life.

How it works

Given as a treat or crushed up into food, Seraquin eases the pain of stiff joints and ligaments. The active ingredients are glucosamine and chondroitin, which occur naturally in your dog's body and help to keep a balance between production and breakdown of cartilage. The recipe also includes curcumin, an anti-oxidant that may reduce the level of ‘free radicals’ in your dog's body. Free radicals can increase the speed at which cartilage breaks down, so reducing them keeps your dog's bones healthier for longer.

Key features 

  • helps the natural function of joints
  • can be given alongside prescription medicine
  • takes four-six weeks to build up in your pet's system
  • it's tasty:98% of dogs are happy to take it as a treat
  • can be crushed up into food
  • can form part of your dog's diet for the rest of their life.

When to use it

Stiffness in the joints becomes more common as dogs grow older. Some breeds (such as Labradors and German Shepherds) are prone to arthritis and joint problems during their younger years, too. If your dog has been limping, moving stiffly, and experiencing issues getting up from the floor and climbing stairs, it's important to visit your vet for a diagnosis.

In the meantime, Seraquin can be used to ease pain and stiffness. The active ingredients build up over time to strengthen cartilage. Taken frequently, Seraquin can help your dog enjoy a normal life full of playtime and walks. The supplement can also be used alongside prescription medicines such as NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatories).

Customer reviews

4.8 out of 5 118  Reviews

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  • Brilliant stuff!
    I have been using Seraquin for 10 years for my dog who had an injury. It works well for him and also worked for another dog I had. I wouldn't use anything else.
    Ann - May 10, 2020
  • Joint supplement
    My Max has been on this product 2years now it really helps him to keep agile and free from joint pain
    Susan - May 8, 2019
  • happy retriever
    Our nearly 11 year old Golden Retriever Tara has been on Seraquin for about 4 years and it certainly helps keep her fit and active. She does the same walks as her 7 year old daughters which is great. natural supplements better than medication is a big plus.
    Richard - March 25, 2019
  • Seraquin for dogs 2g tablet
    I have been using these seraquin tablets for my 13 year old Labrador for years, they keep her mobile and she is much better. I give her 2 tablets with food everyday in the morning. I have tried a lot of other brands, but these are the best for her as she suffers with a sensitive stomach. She loves to crunch them up with her food or on their own.
    Jenna - January 18, 2019
  • Seraquin for dogs
    Our dog is almost 11 years and is a medium sized labrador/spaniel cross. She was a rescue dog who came to us at age 4. Jess was diagnosed with moderate arthritis in her front leg joints 5 years ago, when she was 6 years old and it might have been from an earlier injury. She was in some pain. The vet recommended Seraquin and she has taken it since then. She has moderate daily exercise and we control her diet so that she is not overweight. The combination of these 3 has so far kept her without pain and mobile. It is an excellent product.
    Nick and Janie Hawkins. Devon. - November 28, 2018