Pets, Companion Animals and Working Dogs

Many companion animals and working dogs have the same issues as we do, especially in older age. It is not uncommon for joint and mobility issues in older dogs in particular. The good news is that Mountain Red is great for them too! Let them take the capsule, once daily, or else you can open it up and sprinkle on their food - they love the taste!
What are the signs of joint issues in dogs?
Just like humans, your dog will be affected by ageing, and one of the most common issues in middle and later life is arthritis. Why they can't put it in words, there are a number of tell-tale signs:
- reluctance to walk, climb, jump or play
- limping
- lagging behind when they go for a walk
- slow to get up from a lying or sleeping position
- yelping with pain when touched
Options for Treatment
There are a number of options to assist doges, and therapies based on New Zealand Deer Velvet Antler can assist. As well as helping with joint relief for your pet, deer velvet provides a useful alternative to conventional  therapies, and will help them get moving again, and additionally providing other long term benefits for their general wellbeing such as immune support and a healthy coat.
What is the Evidence?
A study* conducted in Canada revealed significant health benefits for dogs affected by osteoarthritis when given a course of deer velvet antler. The authors concluded that deer velvet should be considered as a therapy when treating this condition in dogs.
Other trials** in animals using deer velvet extracts have also demonstrated a useful anti-inflammatory action of deer velvet.
Veterinary Professional Use
If you are a veterinary professional and would like to stock Mountain Red in your practice please contact us at enquiries@mountainred.com to discuss professional pricing. 
References
** Wang, Ben-Xiang (1996). Advances in the research of chemistry, pharmacology and clinical application of pilose antler. Proceedings of the '96 International Symposium on Deer Science and Deer Products. Changchun, China, 14-32. 1996.