All Weights Feed 1/8 hay tab per
equals 1/4th tsp of crumbled product)
NOT RECOMMENDED FOR MICE
intended for growing, pregnant, or lactating animals.
Feeding a tablet guarantees that
pets receive the entire guaranteed amount of the supplement
necessary for optimum health. Supplements lose their potency when
added to water. Animals may refuse or reduce the amount of water
due to the taste of a water soluble supplement, which may lead to
other health problems as well. Feeding a tablet, on the other hand,
lets pet owners take the guesswork out of supplements.
Expiration: 18 months unopened (by Best By
date on bottle). Once opened, use within 60 days.
From kbeeching of Birmingham, Alabama on 10/16/2014.
Our exotic vet told us about this product and the success his furry patients have had with it, often in addition to pain medication. We have two bunnies who are disabled by injury or arthritis, and so far we've had some success. Disabled bunny loves it (although it took a few biscuits before she started . . .
I highly recommend
From Ashley of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on 1/6/2014.
I bought these "cookies" for my 2 lovely buns and they absolutely love them! They are only 7 months old so its really just for preventive measures.
My Bun LikesEm
From Serena Jonnet of Monroeville, Pennsylvania on 12/11/2013.
So Teddy Bear enjoys eating these "treats", but I can't say if the new jump in his step is all the good Oxbow pellets and Timothy Gold Hay since I adopted him (at age 7) or he's just happy to see me (lol). I think the former is true. But anyhow, your bun will enjoy eating these and I will keep everyone . . .
Oxbow Joint OK
From Anonymous of Montreal, Quebec on 11/22/2013.
I just bought this not too long ago from my local vet. It smells pretty bad and my bunnies, at first, didn`t bother even sniffing it. I managed to get em to eat the hard tablets on the second day. Much like the Oxbow Urinary they weren`t to crazy about it, but they ate it anyway. My 2nd bunny had gas . . .
great addition to arthritic rabbits diet
From Victoria of spanaway, Washington on 10/15/2013.
I adopted my rabbit when she was 8 years old, she didn't really jump or run too much, and she was having trouble grooming because of her arthritis. The improvement took a few weeks but she started being able to do all the things she couldn't do as well before. Then our vet had us add a herbal anti-inflammatory . . .
My girly likes these!
From J. Kaluzny of Joliet, Illinois on 7/25/2013.
They are a little hard, so we soften them a little with water. We give our girl, she'll be 10 in October, liquid glucosamine in the evening. The pills are nice to have for her morning dose.
Good idea, poor execution
From Christie Taylor of Miami, Florida on 7/15/2013.
Our 8 year old Flemish giant rescue bunny suffers from arthritis of the knees and hips. This product was appealing as a way to give him a treat that might have some therapeutic value. The first ingredient was timothy hay so I wasn't worried that it would aggravate his bladder sludge problem. Unfortunately . . .
From Anonymous of Silver Spring, Maryland on 5/28/2013.
I was really thrilled to hear that Oxbow had developed a glucosamine supplement for rabbits, especially one supplemented with herbs.Unfortunately, the tablets are far too hard to even break with my hands until they have been soaked in something and their aroma is nothing that gets my rabbits interested . . .
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