Can I Give My Dog Grizzly Joint Aid AND Grizzly Salmon Oil at the Same Time?

Yes, it is safe to give both Grizzly Joint Aid *and* Grizzly Salmon Oil supplements to your dog, as long as you are following the recommended dosing shown on each label.  Both labels recommend the dose be given once a day, however some customers have divided the dose in half, giving half dose in the morning, and half dose in the evening, to spread out the quantity. Either way, you want to make sure to never exceed the recommending dosing amounts on each product label ...
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What makes Grizzly Joint Aid different from all the other joint supplements out there?

Joint Aid combines not two or three, but FOUR powerful joint ingredients, along with wild Antarctic krill oil to support digestive absorption and provide an appetizing flavor to dogs. The result is a unique joint product that is easy to use, that dogs love to eat, and that can be more readily absorbed by your dog to help maintain the health of hips, joints, cartilage, collagen, and other cell structures of the body that are responsible for movement ...
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What are your sources for Glucosamine and Chondroitin?

Our Glucosamine Sulfate is derived from a crustacean source and the Chondroitin Sulfate is derived from a porcine source ...
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Is it necessary to have young dogs (ages 2 and 3) on this supplement?

There are two schools of thought... proactive prevention to forestall issues with a dog’s joints/cartilage; versus addressing issues as/when they arise. If you decide to begin supplementing Grizzly Joint Aid proactively, your dog will receive the benefit of good antioxidants, digestive support in absorbing nutrients, as well as proactive support for their cartilage and joints ...
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Which is better: Joint Aid liquid formula or the mini pellet formula?

Both the liquid and mini pellet formulas provide the same amounts of active joint ingredients. Choose the one that you find easiest to use and/or that your dog prefers to eat ...
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The oil inside the new bottle I just purchased is a different color than the oil I just finished using. Why is there a color difference?

The characteristic pink to red-orange color of our products comes from two molecules: Astaxanthin and Canthaxanthin, a blood-red plant pigment commonly found in krill, micro algae, and shrimp. Both of these molecules also serve as powerful antioxidants. Because our oil is sourced only from wild-caught fish, that spend their lives foraging the ocean for their food, the amount of these molecules may vary depending on where and what type of food the fish were finding before they were caught. This is why the color of the resulting oil can vary ...
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