Canine Activ Small Breed Pain Relief


CanineActiv Toy/Small Breed

Bottle of 90 (150 mg) capsules for toy-small size dogs (less than 25 lbs). Use to relieve pain and inflammation and help increase mobility. Can be used as a preventative before activity.

Scientific Research

  • In cooperation with a group of veterinarian clinics, researchers studied the effectiveness of active ingredients in CanineActiv for the treatment of osteoarthritis in dogs. Employing a placebo group for comparison, dogs taking CanineActiv showed significant improvements in mobility and pain relief over the course of the study. The findings also demonstrated that CanineActiv delivered rapid results.


  • In an open label study, researchers assessed a group of dogs with joint and mobility problems. The dogs’ owners administered CanineActiv and after one month, the owners reported that CanineActiv was (1) better than joint supplements and (2) basically as effective as prescription based medications (but without drug toxicity concerns).

Fast, Safe Pain Relief for Dogs

Studies of CanineActiv revealed the following advantages:

  1. Compared to supplements such as glucosamine, CanineActiv provides faster and more robust pain relief.
  2. Compared to non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), CanineActiv provides comparable levels of relief, but has no known side effects.

The list of health warnings associated with using ibuprofen & NSAIDs for dogs include the following:

  • Can irritate or upset a dog’s stomach.
  • Can cause stomach and duodenal ulcers.
  • Not recommended for long-term use (such as for osteoarthritis).
  • Negative effects on joint cartilage.
  • Shouldn’t be given to dogs with bleeding or clotting disorders.
  • Should be stopped at least one week before a dog has surgery.
  • Should not be used during pregnancy.
  • Can lead to an accumulation of dangerous products in the dog’s body.
  • Often are prescribed with additional medications (and additional cost) that combat the side effects of the original drug.
  • Can cause serious complications if combined with corticosteroids.
  • Should not be given to a dog until the dog has preliminary blood work done. (And this blood work should be repeated every 3–6 months as long as the dog continues to take NSAIDs.)
  • Can cause liver damage.
  • Can cause kidney damage.

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