November 09, 2018

As loving dog owners, we want to make sure our dogs have the best quality of life and are able to get on with being sniffy, bouncy, waggy, cuddly and happy. We pay attention to their diet, exercise and regular vet check-ups to make sure they’re in peak form every day. And that’s why we developed YuMOVE – a range of premium supplements made with the finest natural ingredients that help to keep your dog on the move.

 

What are the key things to consider?

We think it’s important to compare supplements using these three important questions:

Are the ingredients natural? High quality natural ingredients are a good way to ensure your dog is getting a healthy supplement as well as a proactive one.

Have the supplements been tested? We’d always advise that you choose a reputable supplier who has taken the time to ensure that their supplements meet their claims.

Will your dog like them? Choose supplements that are easy to give to your dog – and preferably tasty so that they will wolf them down!


We’ll expand on these points now, to help you make the best choice for your dog. We know that every dog is special and unique – and so they need the supplement with the right blend of ingredients for their needs.

labrador looking up at owner with tennis ball


1. Natural ingredients

The benefits of a good joint supplement are mainly found in the ingredients used. There are some standard ingredients that you’ll find in all canine joint supplements, and these include Glucosamine and Chondroitin. A superior supplement, such as YuMOVE Dog will also contain other important ingredients to help soothe stiff joints and keep your doggy moving happily.


At Lintbells, we use ActivEase® Green Lipped Mussel, which we grow ourselves in a sustainable mussel bay in New Zealand. Our unique extraction process means a high concentration of Omega 3, which is essential for soothing all those stiff joints. The higher the concentration of Omega 3, the more benefit your dog could get from the supplement.


Our range is designed to work for dogs at all ages and stages. So, for younger and active dogs, we add extra antioxidants to support joints that are in use all the time, and for working dogs, we include Beta Glucans for digestive support and Hyaluronic Acid for extra lubrication.
And whilst we include those standard ingredients like Glucosamine, we make sure everything we use is of the highest standard. That means you can be confident that your best friend is benefitting from a tried-and tested formula that genuinely uses the best available ingredients.


2. Rigorous testing

It might be tempting to go for the cheapest supplement on the market, or the one with the snazziest sales pitch, but when it comes to the health, happiness and wellbeing of your favourite pet, you’ll want to take as much care over selecting the right supplement as you would if you were taking them yourself.

We say that the YuMOVE range is proven to work in just six weeks. What we can say is that good quality joint supplements can support long-term joint health and soothe existing joint stiffness.


It’s really important to us that the ingredients we use, the advice we give and the things we say are all for the benefit of your dog and you – helping you to understand the benefits of well-formulated and tested supplements.

couple with two border collies looking happy


3. Easy to give

We often hear from customers that one of the many reasons they like YuMOVE Dog for their pet is because they like the taste. We’ve all been there – trying to feed tablets or capsules or paste to a very unwilling pooch. So for us, one of the clear benefits of a good joint supplement is that it’s tasty and easy for your dog to swallow. We’ve developed two ways to give YuMOVE – in tablet form and as yummy chewables, so you can choose the best option for your dog. You can give these separately or in their food, helping to make sure that they get the joint support they need without any unnecessary fuss.


Why not take a look at the YuMOVE range of joint supplements for dogs to find out more about the potential benefits for your dog today?