Bounce – Joint Supplement for Dogs
Keeping Dogs Active
What is it?
Bounce is a veterinary strength, liquid joint supplement for dogs to support healthy cartilage and mobility. We’ve combined five key ingredients (MSM, Glucosamine, Chondroitin, Hyaluronic Acid and Boswellia) with other supportive ingredients to give your dog total joint support.
We believe that Bounce is one of the highest specification, non prescription products on the market. It provides your dog with the building blocks of cartilage, supports the body’s own natural anti-inflammatory systems, maintains comfort and provides anti-oxidant support.
What is it for?
Dogs love to run and play, but all this activity puts pressure on their joints. If your dog is older and finding mobility more difficult, is working hard or has joint conditions associated with growth and development, Bounce contains the key ingredients to help put a spring back in his step.
How is it Made?
Bounce is carefully handmade in small batches to maintain quality and freshness.
We use pure, human-grade MSM in Bounce, and our Chondroitin Sulphate is at least 90% pure with low molecular weight to improve absorption. We use Glucosamine HCl because it offers the highest percentage of actual glucosamine and is sustainably sourced from shell fish and crustaceans. Only top quality human-grade ingredients are used in Bounce, so you can be sure you are feeding the very best to your dog.
Per 10ml Bounce contains: 1025mg MSM, 853mg Glucosamine HCl, 94mg Chondroitin sulphate, 23mg Hyaluronic Acid, plus Boswellia, Grape Seed Extract, Copper, Manganese and Vitamin C.
Available in a 250ml or 1lt bottle
Introduce gradually. Mix Bounce into your dog’s usual feed, dividing between feeds if preferred.
Dogs weighing up to 10kg: Feed 5 ml per day, reducing to 2.5ml per day after 2 – 4 weeks
10 – 20kg: Feed 10 ml per day, reducing to 5ml
20kg or more: Feed 15ml per day, reducing to 10ml.
These feeding recommendations are just a guide. Please contact us if you would like further advice.
Watch our Bounce video here