As dogs get older, how you care for them has to change. They can become a bit less active, and prone to illnesses, and you really notice a difference compared to how they were as a puppy.
But one thing which you can do to help is starting them on a joint supplement, which will improve their mobility and comfort. After all, a more active dog also results in a happier pooch and one which is less likely to see other issues such as obesity and injury.
Joint supplements aren’t just for older adult dogs over the age of 7, however. They are also brilliant for younger active dogs, such as working or show dogs, as well as breeds with a known underlying possibility of joint and hip issues in later life.
There are dozens of varieties out there, with differences in ingredients, the way they are taken and when to use them. So, we have rounded up some of the best, as well as helping you choose the one for you thanks to our handy buying guide.