Give your beloved dog the happy and healthy joints it deserves!
Veterinarian Approved and Recommended. Our Extra Strength Chews are specifically formulated for dog with more severe joint pain, arthritis, and hip Dysplasia.
Finally some great tasting Chews that is not only easy to feed but that your dog will love too!
Our Maximum Strength Natural Stride Joint Supplement for Dog Chews combined to most researched and effective ingredients currently available to fight arthritis and hip dysplasia. The highest level of ingredients per Chews will insure that your pet will get the most benefits possible out of any supplements. It’s combination of Cetyl Myristoleate, Glucosamine HCL and Sulfate, MSM, Vitamin C, Yucca, and Hyaluronic Acid synergistically work together to help alleviate stiffness and pain due to arthritis and hip dysplasia.
Natural Stride for Dogs is manufactured using only the highest quality Natural ingredients without any fillers, preservatives or artificial color or flavors. Our cGMP and FDA registered facility insure the highest manufacturing practices possible so you can be confident that the product you purchase from us is top quality without any harmful contaminants.
Why should you give Natural Stride for Dogs to your pet?
Because your beloved pets deserve to live happy and with healthy joints! Whether you have a working dog or you consider your pet to be a family member, Natural Stride for Dogs will help them achieve a higher quality of life. Our maximum strength formulation will insure that they get the most relief of all the supplements for dogs currently available.
Natural Stride for Dogs is formulated to provide you with the most effective and researched ingredients at the best value possible. One Chewable Tablet of Natural Stride is enough to maintain a 50lb dog on a daily basis, making it significantly less expensive than most other supplements or even arthritis drugs for dogs without all the possible horrible side effects.
Directions for use:
Administer 1 chewable tablet per day per 25 lb of bodyweight. Severe cases or older dogs may be maintained at higher dosage. In severe cases, dosage can be double to one chew per 50 lb.
Hi There! Just wanted to say thank you for this product! I bought the Vet Strength powder to try on my Boxer who has been limping with the other products. Started it on Sunday and already seeing an improvement by Tuesday. THANK YOU so much from the bottom of my heart!!! I hated seeing Sasha in Pain and now she is not! Peace be with you!
Robin Kane in Willits, CA
Ouch!This story is action packed and we certainly feel for the owner of this feisty little mini! It's amazing how just a few quick moments can change everything so much...
Big Kudos out to Wendy at Cavallo for her help with Kimchi! Be careful, this one’s a tearjerker...So, I acquired KimChi from a lovely couple in Alberta (I'm in Saskatchewan). He's about 5 years old and WAS a stallion (gelded 3 days before "the incident"). He was living with a mini donkey and had minimal manners. He was very funny, cheeky, and expressed typical stallion behaviours. He was gelded ASAP, as I figured he needed to come down a notch, LOL! He is a very lovely guy otherwise. I had let the big horses out to a fenced area to eat grass, and after I cold-hosed his castration site I let him out to the dry pasture so he could run around for a bit and do guy stuff, smell poo, scream over the fence, LOL! (I do have other minis in with this herd too – I have never had complications like this introducing new members to my herd)
When you're Mini, Best Pick on Someone your Own Size...After a couple hours the big horses wanted to come back to the dry pasture for a drink of water. Well, I go to catch KimChi to move him back to his pen….and NOPE…he’s running like a little turd …will not let me catch him! After several minutes, I thought "fine then - if you want to run, I'll let you run with everyone for a bit", and thought I'd catch him after and put him away.
Well that was a big mistake!!!Everyone came in and some went to have a drink. Suddenly KimChi took off like a shot at my big Fjord-cross, Winston, attacking him! This little creature was on his tippy-toes trying to take a chunk out of my quiet old man. KimChi kicked and bit him several times with all his might! Well, Winston tried to bite him to get him to take off, but KimChi kicked him again a couple of more times, so Winston turned around and gave him a pretty good boot. But that still wasn’t enough! Little KimChi kicked back, so Winston just piled him and it was over. Right away, I knew that Kim Chi's leg was broken, I probably heard it but I definitely saw it. The whole thing happened so fast, I didn’t even have time to go break it up and move them around to stop the kicking. I was just sick.
A Grim PrognosisI contacted the vet here in Prince Albert and was told to put him down, so I called the vet college in Saskatoon and told them I was on my way. When I got there, I was told to put him down. I just couldn’t! A third vet was contacted after the x-rays were taken and he also said put him down… Well, I’m not sure what the heck I was thinking but I said if there’s any chance at all I wanna try. They both told me there was ALMOST no chance, but I pushed it and said "if anyone’s gonna make it, HE will!!!". After hearing all the risks involved and possible complications, he went into surgery. He had two screws put into the bone to stabilize some of the mess, three rods to the upper part of the tibia and one to the lower cannon bone, surrounded by a cast to try and take the weight off the fracture. Laminitis in the opposing foot is one of the complications that comes from this kind of injury, due to overloading/ overcompensating. So I knew I needed something for support and Cavallo came to mind. That’s when I contacted you, Wendy! You were exceptional in meeting our needs and I appreciate all the time you and your Cavallo Team put into making sure we got the right CLB boots, ASAP.
The Little Man Makes ProgressKimChi is now at six-weeks post injury/surgery. He has had five cast changes so far. There have been some hiccups along the way, but he's hanging in there and the boots have helped immensely. He had to have one of the upper rods removed last week as it came loose and infection began to set in (loosening of the rods is normal - that’s why they put three in to start and they remove them as they start to fail). The infection is not ideal but he's receiving treatment for that, and he's started to develop bone around the fracture. He still has a long way to go but we are further ahead then what his first prognoses was! I'll look forward to keeping in touch and updating you with our progress! - Jen Leier & KimChi
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