Triple-action joint support for young and active dogs.
YuMOVE Young & Active’s premium, natural formula supports active and growing joints – perfect for puppies, younger adults and canine athletes.
- Aids active joints
- Supports joint development
- Agility & growth formula
AIDS ACTIVE JOINTS
SUPPORTS JOINT DEVELOPMENT
AGILITY & GROWTH FORMULA
If your clients’ dog is using YuMOVE Young & Active for the first time we suggest you recommend double the daily amount for the first 4-6 weeks.
Highly palatable to make it easier for clients to administer.
YuMOVE Young & Active is available in packs of 60 tablets and 240 tablets.
EACH TABLET PROVIDES:
- 180mg ActivEase® Green Lipped Mussel (containing natural Chondroitin)
- 125mg Glucosamine HCl
- 12.5mg N-Acetyl D-glucosamine
- 1.5mg Hyaluronic Acid
- 5mg Manganese
- 15mg Vitamin C
- 25mg Vitamin E
Di Calcium Phosphate, Green Lipped Mussel Powder (23%), Glucosamine HCI (16%), Magnesium Stearate, Hyaluronic Acid (0.2%)
Nutritional Additives (per kg)
Vitamin C 19005mg, Vitamin E 31675mg, Manganese Sulphate Monohydrate 6335mg Sensory Additives; Flavouring
Fat content 7.0%
Crude Fibre 5.3%
Crude Ash 28.8%
Are these products safe to give in pregnant/lactating bitches?
Not recommended for pregnant/lactating bitches
What age can YuMOVE be given from?
From a safety perspective, 8 weeks of age.
Can YuMOVE be given to dogs with pancreatitis?
Yes, there are no known contraindications. There is less than 10% fat in YuMOVE Young and Active tablets, so is fine to use alongside a low fat diet
Can YuMOVE be given to dogs with kidney disease?
YuMOVE products contain dicalcium phosphate, a tablet binder, we would not recommend using in dogs with kidney disease. In order to still benefit from our products, these dogs can be given YuMOVE Cat (1 capsule per 5kg) or our human supplement, iMOVE (1 capsule per 10-15kg)
Can YuMOVE be given to dogs with urinary problems?
In simple terms, yes. We would always ask that the owner checks with a vet to ensure they are happy for YuMOVE to be given in conjunction with any concurrent medication. There are some minerals in the product acting as tablet excipients which may be questioned. For struvite, when magnesium needs to be restricted, you can be reassured that there is 0.01g of magnesium stearate in the tablet, and only 0.0004g of magnesium. For calcium oxalate, there are very low quantities of calcium diphosphate and vitamin C in the tablet – not enough to contribute to these crystals forming. For cysteine, there is low protein in the tablet – approx. 0.2g. If the dog is on a purine restricted diet, we would suggest contacting the food manufacturers to see how much, if any, purine could be tolerated outside of the diet. As shellfish is a known source of purine, if they advise ‘none’, then we would not recommend YuMOVE.
Are there any medical conditions where YuMOVE would be contraindicated?
Apart from kidney disease, YuMOVE should be fine to give dogs who have concurrent diseases. We would, however, ask that you speak to a member of the team before starting the dog on it.