Outstanding Support for Joint Health

Revolutionary products with an unparalleled richness of the most potent active ingredients for joint care. We guarantee the highest level of effectiveness for sustaining or improving your dog's mobility.

Cartilage degradation can't be stopped with Glucosamine and Chondroitin alone, or even with a couple of popular plants added. The most recent and the most serious clinical trials on these two substances clearly indicate that their usefulness is considerably lower than previously thought (see details). We take the pet supplements industry to a whole new level of quality and effectiveness with genuine helpful solutions. Start giving Calbrex™ to your dog or cat today, and see for yourself the difference it makes in the life of your four-legged family member.

  1. Calbrex Calbrex
    Calbrex

    The comprehensive advanced supplement to enhance the regeneration metabolism of your dog's joint cartilage.

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    $59.00
  2. Calbrex-i Calbrex-i
    Calbrex-i

    Stimulates joint cartilage renewal in dogs and promotes a healthy inflammation response

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    $64.00

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CHOOSING THE RIGHT PRODUCT

Calbrex and Calbrex-i are designed to support and maximize joint health. Determine which product is right for your pet by looking at the different situations below.

HIGH RISK BREEDS
Young dogs for intermitent joint strength maintenance
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Middle-aged dog for ongoing joint strengthening
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Young dog that had mechanical trauma
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Middle-aged dog that had mechanical trauma
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Middle-aged dog with any signs of joint discomfort
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LOW TO AVERAGE RISK BREEDS
Young dog that had mechanical trauma
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Middle-aged dog that had mechanical trauma
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Middle-aged dog for intermitent joint strength maintenance
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Middle-aged dog with first signs of joint discomfort
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Middle-aged dog with moderate to severe joint discomfort
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ALL BREEDS
Following surgery
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Dog with joint displasia
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Senior dog that had mechanical trauma
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Senior dog with signs of joint discomfort
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SCIENCE NEWS AND HEALTH INFORMATIONS

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