RJ+ is a non-toxic formula that helps to promote the animal’s natural inflammatory response in order to combat musculoskeletal distress. RJ+ safely alleviates joint discomfort and improves mobility, all without the dangerous side effects of traditional prescribed muscle and joint medication. Traditional medication can cause serious damage to your dog’s kidneys, liver, and gastrointestinal tract, sometimes even leading to premature death of your dog. RJ+ offers effective results, without the side effects.
Approximately one-fifth of adult dogs suffer from musculoskeletal discomfort. It is unsafe to give dogs anti-inflammatory drugs designed for humans and unfortunately, traditional anti-inflammatory drugs designed for dogs can have serious side effects too. Osteoarthritis cannot be cured, but the symptoms can now be safely relieved, and your dog can live a happy and more pain-free life.
Does your dog have muscle and joint discomfort? About one-fifth of adult dogs do, and chances increase with age. Talk to your veterinarian about RJ+ if your dog:
- Struggles to get on or off furniture, in and out of vehicle, or up and down stairs
- Struggles to get up after lying down
- Seems more lethargic
- Snaps at people or animals, especially when first awoken
- Limps, especially when first awoken
- Is reluctant to play or exercise
- Does not jump up to greet you
- Cries or whimpers
- Licks at joints
musculoskeletal discomfort is life limiting, but with proper care, its progress can be slowed. And its symptoms can be alleviated. With RJ+, your dog can live a more happy and mobile life.
An important part of caring for musculoskeletal distress in dogs is exercise. A dog in discomfort will be less willing and able to exercise. A regimen of RJ+ will safely get your dog up and moving again, which will slow the progression of muscle and joint discomfort.
Wes, owner of a 2 year-old Karli – “My dog Karli recently hurt her left front knee while playing ball. The vet diagnosed the injury as a torn ACL. He indicated that we could opt for surgery, or we could try letting it heal on its own….