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Seraquin 800mg

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Seraquin is a nutritional supplement that helps to support and maintain normal joint function in cats and dogs.

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Product Details

Seraquin is a joint supplement that supports normal joint function in dogs and cats.  Seraquin contains glucosamine HCL, chondroitin sulphate and turmeric.  As a tasty chewable tablet, Seraquin can be given as a treat alongside any prescription medicines prescribed by your vet. 

If your pet is showing the following signs, there could be a possibility that they have a joint problem: 

• Difficulty in jumping

• Limping or stiffness 

• Changing in grooming habits 

• Change in temperament 

Always consult your vet if your pet shows any of these signs and you are concerned.  

Sizes

It is available in
  • 60 or 360 packs of tablets.

Key Benefits

  • Supports healthy joint function
  • Aids stiff joints
  • Promotes mobility
Instructions

A very palatable tablet, Seraquin will be taken very easily by dogs and cats. You can give them as a treat to your animal, or they can be crushed into their food. 

Dosage: It is advised to first give a 'loading dose' of Seraquin for 4-6 weeks. After this, the dose can be gradually dropped on the advise of your Vet until you reach a 'maintenance dose'. The recommended dose is as follows Cats and Small Dogs (under 10 kg) by weight:

- Less than 5kg: 2 tablet daily 

- 5 -7.5kg: 3 tablet daily 

- More than 7.5kg: 4 tablets daily 

The loading dose is twice the maintenance dose.

What our vet says

What our vet says
"Seraquin maintains healthy joints in cats and dogs and slows down the progression of Osteoarthritis. It contains natural antioxidants which makes it different to other treatments. Our customers say even the fussiest of pets will eat them up without problems."
John Campbell - Head Veterinary Surgeon (BVM&S BSc MRCVS)
John Campbell Head Veterinary Surgeon And
Co-Founder (BVM&S BSc MRCVS)