Adored Beast Jump for Joynts
Adored Beast Jump for Joynts is suitable for daily signs of stiffness or limping for both cats and dogs.
4-way mobility support
Supports healthy joints, ligaments, tendons, and muscle. Jump for JOYnts can help with issues, such as ACL injuries, arthritis, and bone and muscle injuries. It does not contain MSM, which can cause sensitivity in some dogs and cats.
Clinically tested for over a decade with incredible results.
Homeopathic Preparation of Calendula (30C), Ruta Grav (200C), Symphytum (1M), Arnica (1M)
Inactive Ingredients: Water, 13% alcohol preparation
4 pumps = 0.5ml
Origin: Marigold, Calendula
Known as the greatest healing agent, it's a first aid go-to for abrasions and injuries
For soreness in the bones, tendons, joints, and cartilage. Used as a first aid treatment for sprains, injuries, strain, bruises, bones, and pulled ligaments.
Helps with injuries to bones, cartilage, tendons, and periosteum. A first aid go-to for abrasions and injuries.
Origin: Relative of the common daisy
First indicated remedy for trauma and addresses old injuries as well. A muscular tonic and post-surgical remedy that addresses pain and inflammation.
What are the usage instructions?
For occasional limping or stiffness, use REGULAR STRENGTH
For chronic limping, stiffness, arthritis, use EXTRA STRENGTH
Week 1: One dose (4 pumps) twice per day
Week 2: One dose (4 pumps) once per day
Week 3: One dose every other day
Maintenance: One dose 1-3 times per week or as needed. For very arthritic dogs, the dose may be given once a day ongoing if you observe improvements.
In chronic cases where symptoms do not begin to improve within 10 days, it is best to consult your veterinarian.
Can I use Jump for Joynts as a prevention for future joint problems?
You can use Jump For JOYnts as prevention in these cases:
For large breed dogs over the age of 6, we recommend giving one regular strength dose twice a day for 2 days and then once per month.
If your dog does agility and had a particularly strenuous run, you can give a dose of regular strength right after. If your dog is middle-aged and is an agility freak (so focused that they feel no pain when they maybe should or overextends themselves regularly…), it is a great idea to do the regular strength twice a day for 2 days once a month.
If your dog has ever had a limb injury but has no residual problem, it is helpful to do regular strength twice a day for 2 days and repeat that once every 4 months.