Glucosamine and Chondroitin with Green Tea and Reishi
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Glucosamine Vitamins

posted 4 years ago

--Helps reduce joint inflammation and relieve joint pain
--Promotes joint flexibility and aids in cartilage repair
--Delivers antioxidant support through decaffeinated green tea
--Protects against free radicals and helps to rejuvenate older and aging dogs

Pros: Glucosamine and Chondroitin with Green Tea and Reishi offers support for aging or chronically sore dogs, as well as active dogs who want to maintain youthful agility.

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