Top Life Formula Dog Milk contains highly digestible goats' milk plus glucosamine and chondroitin to support and maintain joints and cartilage and to boost their immune system.
Glucosamine is a combination of sugar and protein and occurs naturally in connective tissues and cartilage... vital for healthy movement in joints. Joint cartilage is one of the first tissues to age and has relatively poor powers of regeneration due to the poor blood supply to the area, even in a healthy animal.
The delicate balance between wear and renewal can easily be upset. A strain, repeated heavy use, or poor nutrition can all lead to progressive degeneration of the joint.
When joints become strained or injured, a greater amount of synovial fluid is produced, as are enzymes which can actually degrade the cartilage and synovial fluid. Often the animal's body cannot produce enough glucosamine to keep up the rate of repair that would be necessary, especially with the slowing body systems of older animals. That's why we add glucosamine to Top Life Dog Milk... to help speed the repair process.
Chondroitin is the major constituent of cartilage and connective tissue. Together with glucosamine it supports the repair and renewal of damaged or worn cartilage. It also acts as an antioxidant, helping neutralise these enzymes and optimise the quality of the synovial fluid.
The two resident dogs on our farm in Cheshire were very helpful in our taste tests when we were developing the Top Life Formula Dog Milk. And they still can't enough of it! If your dog enjoys it as much... it will be a very happy pooch.
Goat's milk, vitamins and mineral, plus chondroitin, stabilizers, Carrageenan, green tea extract
Feed as supplementary food to your pet's dry or wet food. Adjust the level of feeding accordingly depending on your dog's age, body condition and weight.
Please shake well before opening.
Always sold out! My babies love this so much! Drink every morning & before sleep :) please restock :)
Have been mixing it with the kibbles for my fur kid breakfast. Now she will only eat the kibbles when there’s milk!