Sherwood Pet Health Joint Support is a high quality supplement used to reduce joint inflammation and improve joint health. It works by rebuilding the cartilage to increase mobility in small herbivores.
It is soft and chewable for your pet to enjoy, and comes in a natural tasty carrot flavour we are sure they will love.
- Reduces joint inflammation
- Increases mobility
- Supports cartilage development
- 100% vegan
- Soy and grain free
This supplement also contains curcumin which is beneficial in the management of oxidative and inflammatory conditions, arthritis, and muscle soreness due to its natural anti-inflammatory properties. It is a great addition to a rabbit’s diet to speed up and enhance their recovery from mobility issues.
GlucosaGreen (vegan Glucosamine), Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM), Curcumin (Turmeric extract), L-Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C).
Cellulose, Banana, Organic Carrot, Magnesium Stearate
|Benefits for Joint Health
|Rebuilds cartilage, improves joint lubrication, reduces inflammation
|Anti-inflammatory, improves joint flexibility and range of motion
|Potent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant, eases joint pain and swelling
|Antioxidant, supports collagen formation, prevents joint issues
|Provides magnesium and potassium for muscle/nerve function
|Rich source of antioxidant vitamin A for joint health
The feeding guidelines for Sherwood Pet Health Joint Support for rabbits are as follows:
- For a therapeutic effect, feed 1 tablet per pound of body weight in a single feeding once a day.
- Half the dose for maintenance
Contains: 100 Tablets
Worried About Your Rabbit’s Joints? Your questions answered.
What is joint support supplement for rabbits?
Sherwood Joint Support contains powerful anti-inflammatory ingredients to reduce swelling, pain, and stiffness in arthritic joints. It helps rebuild cartilage, improve mobility, and support overall joint health.
Can rabbits live with arthritis? Is arthritis painful for rabbits?
Yes, rabbits can live for years with arthritis but it often causes chronic pain and discomfort. Sherwood Joint Support eases that pain so your rabbit can hop around and live happily.
What supplements are good for rabbits with arthritis?
The active ingredients in Sherwood Joint Support – glucosamine, MSM, turmeric, and vitamins C & E – are proven to reduce inflammation and support joint health. We also include rabbit-safe fruits and vegetables like banana and carrot which provide key nutrients.
How do you treat inflammation in rabbits?
Certain vegetables, greens, and herbs can help fight inflammation naturally. These plants provide vitamins, antioxidants, and compounds that regulate the inflammatory response.
Recommended vegetables include broccoli, cabbage, chicory, chard, collard, parsley, watercress, celery leaves, endive, radicchio, rocket, bok choi, basil, romaine lettuce, kale, and the tops of carrots and beets.
Suitable wild plants include brambles, dandelion, chamomile, chickweed, clover, comfrey, goosegrass, lavender, plantain, sunflower, nettle, wild strawberry, dock, and yarrow.
Source: BSAVA Manual of Rabbit Medicine
What causes joint pain and arthritis in rabbits?
Rabbits can develop painful joints and arthritis from many conditions – fractures, dislocations, trauma, infection, spinal disease, tumors, and more. Vertebral issues like spondylosis are also common and may appear mild initially but can progress to severe pain and other symptoms.
Caring for rabbits with arthritis at home
If your rabbit suffers from inflamed, arthritic joints, there are some helpful at-home care strategies to manage their comfort and quality of life in addition to treatment.
- Nutritional supplements like omega-3s and glucosamine may aid in reducing arthritis symptoms.
- Acupuncture has shown benefits for spinal arthritis pain relief when performed by veterinary acupuncturists.
- Environment modifications to avoid slippery floors, climbing, and jumping can prevent further joint stress and injury.
- Use careful handling to avoid aggravating your rabbit’s painful joints.
Of course, it’s critical to have an exotic veterinarian oversee your rabbit’s care plan. Consult your vet before making any diet, supplement, or environmental changes. Together, you can find the right balance of treatment, lifestyle adjustments, and supportive care to keep your rabbit comfortable while managing their joint issues.