Dog Gone Pain - All Natural Joint Supplement for Dogs  - £8.95 GBP Listing ID: 4400

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Listing Began: Tuesday, July 11, 2017



Dog Gone Pain

DGP is ideal for any dog showing signs of slowing down on walks; having difficulty after rest and struggling with the stairs.

DGP has been sold in the USA for over 9 years and has become one of the leading joint supplements on the market. DGP is set to have the same success in the UK.

About Us

About George and Henry

We first came across DGP whilst living in the USA. We had just adopted a wonderful puppy from our local dog shelter and were going through the joys of ‘all things puppy’ whilst in contrast our neighbour was dealing with an aging dog. We watched in sadness as her dog declined to a point that he could no longer walk any distance and could not manage the few steps out of the house.

She reached the stage where she was considering what would be kindest for her dog when she was introduced to DGP. She was a little sceptical at first but felt she had nothing to lose. Within a week we all witnessed the results; her dog was up and managing the stairs and in no time at all was back to enjoying his daily walks.

DGP was the talk of our neighbourhood!

On our return to the UK we noticed our ‘puppy’ now 9 years old was showing signs of slowing down. He had stopped trying to jump on our bed to sunbathe in the afternoon and was very reluctant to climb up or down our stairs and point blank refused to jump into the car. He looked down in the dumps – it was time for DGP!

After some searching online we discovered we could not buy DGP in the UK so we approached American Biosciences, the makers of the product. A couple of months later, and along with our belief in the product, we were delighted to become the official distributors of DGP in the UK. Since this time we are happy to report that DGP in the UK has helped many dogs; see for yourself on our customer review page.

As for our dog, Biggles, he is doing very well since taking DGP. Yes, he is back to jumping on our sofa and bed (I’m not enjoying the dog hairs again!) and he is also back to chasing my slippers when I walk – something he hasn’t done for a long time.

If your dog is showing signs of slowing down, why not give DGP a try. Our trial pack size of DGP (usage for 1 week for a medium sized dog) allows you to see for yourself just how effective and how fast DGP works. I’d also recommend checking out NK-9 designed to support your dog’s immune system.

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DGP is an all natural formula developed to help support a pet’s joint mobility and flexibility.

DGP is ideal for dogs showing signs of:

  • Slowing down on walks
  • Having difficulty getting up after rest
  • Struggling with stairs and getting in and out of the car

How is DGP different from Glucosamine and chondroitin?

DGP works fast – most people report noticeable results in their pet in just one to two weeks; glucosamine & chondroitin products can take up to 6 months to work.

DGP is a more complete formula – not only does it help support mobility and flexibility, it also has ingredients that support the nervous system, gastrointestinal, skeletal and immune health.

How quickly does DGP get into a pet’s system?

DGP fully gets into a pet’s system quickly – most people see significant results in one to two weeks.

Can DGP be given long term?

DGP can be given on a long term basis. DGP’s ingredients have been shown to be safe for long term usage, with no adverse effects.

Can my dog take DGP if he is on other medication?

If your dog is already on medication, always discuss DGP with your vet before using as the herbal ingredients could have the potential for altering the rate of absorption of medications such as antibiotics, anticoagulants and NSAIDs.

Are there any potential negative short term side effects?

On very rare occasions DGP may cause gastrointestinal distress in the form of vomiting or diarrhea. If your dog is known to have a sensitive stomach we recommend introducing DGP slowly — give 1/4 of the suggested usage for the first 3 days and then increase it by 1/4 every 3 days after that until reaching the appropriate amount.

Any gastrointestinal distress is very uncommon and usually only occurs with dogs with known sensitive stomachs and even then its a very rare occurrence.

My pet is allergic to wheat, is wheatgrass the same?

Wheatgrass is not a problem for pets with allergies to wheat. Wheatgrass is harvested before the wheat allergen is formed.

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