As a Caring Horse Owner, your daily question should be, “Does my horse need a joint supplement? I can help you with the answer. YES & YES! If you still have any questions, please ask your Vet.
I am always in awe when I see one of these Majestic 1000# animals standing by the fence. I find particular beauty in the design of these animals. For instance, they have one of the longest spines in the animal kingdom. ( Somewhere between 51 and 58 vertebrates. That is a lot of joints). Now imagine the spectacle of that spine during a full gate run. Flexing, Stretching, Moving - Amazing!
I am always taken aback by how skinny those powerful legs look in contrast to their body mass while they stand at the fence, much less when they run. Now imagine those in a full gate run. It almost hurts to think of the pounding pressure on the joints of those legs.
You get the picture. What can we do to “Soften the blow (pun intended) to our prized pet”? The answer is to be sure they have ample and healthy Synovial fluid, for starters. This is the thickish-white fluid that is essential to the operation of every joint. The function of this Synovial fluid is that it acts as a cushion. Now return to the imagination of your horse in a full gate run.
Your most effective tool to aid your horse is our Total Joint Care. It is a highly-beneficial, synergistic blend of the most powerful horse joint supplement available, developed by a dedicated team of veterinarians, trainers, and biochemists. While other products focus on cartilage, only Total Joint Care addresses the entire joint. To achieve peak performance, synovial fluid, cartilage, soft tissue, tendons, and ligaments must be healthy.
For those who want to know the Why, The Total Joint Care advantage comes from Hyaluronic Acid combined with several other key ingredients. When the high molecular weight Hyaluronic Acid is combined with glucosamine, chondroitin, and MSM at the proper concentration and purity, the benefits are more significant than any of the individual ingredients alone.
Now just one more image. See your horse standing at the fence with a Smile on its face. That is a little weird, but you know what I mean.
Thanks for being a Caring Horse Owner