Best in class ingredients, where taste meets function

Supplements should be good from the inside out, so we’ve selected only the most powerful, tasty, and vet backed ingredients available.

Proven ingredients

We avoid using generic ingredients, which means you can be confident that they’ll do exactly what they claim

Pure in quality

We only partner with industry-leading suppliers who can guarantee purity and traceability on all their products

Potent in strength

We handpick only the finest science-backed ingredients to support your dog from the inside out.

Goodness from the inside out. They'll love the taste, you'll love the results!

Formulated with vet guidance and the help of nutritionists, our supplement chews contain only the best, clinically-proven ingredients. Our chews are also manufactured in a state of the art facility right here in the UK. The results? Chews that taste good and do good.

Glucosamine HCl

MSM

Turmeric

Chondroitin Sulphate

Green Lipped Mussels

Vitamin C

Yucca Extract

Vitamin E

Passion Flower Extract

L-Tryptophan

GABA

L-Theanine

Valerian Root Extract

Camomile

Ginger Root

Beta-Glucans

Psyllium Husk

Enterococcus Faecium

Inulin

Activated Charcoal

Total Omega-3

Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA)

Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA)

L-Lysine

Calcium

Phosphorus

Vitamin B5

Magnesium

Manganese

Choline

Vitamin A

Vitamin B3

L-Arginine

L-Lysine

Iron

Zinc

Vitamin B2

Vitamin B1

Copper

Potassium

Iodine

Folic Acid

Vitamin B6

Vitamin D3

Vitamin B12

Glucosamine HCl

Why do we use it?

Known as a chondroprotective agent, in dogs, glucosamine is often used to alleviate pain and joint wear caused by hip dysplasia or other structural changes.

What is it?

Glucosamine is a naturally occurring functional substance (nutraceutical).

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MSM

Why do we use it?

Known for its pain and discomfort alleviating powers, we use MSM in our treats to provide relief from inflammation, MSM also supports healthy immune cells and aids hair growth.

What is it?

Methylsulfonylmethane or “MSM” is an organic form of sulfur found in vegetables and fruits.

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Turmeric

Why do we use it?

As well as providing pain and inflammation relief, studies have shown that curcumin - an active ingredient in Turmeric has anticoagulant (blood-thinning) properties which is great as this helps decrease blood clots in the heart.

What is it?

Turmeric is a medicinal herb that has been used for millennia. It’s a member of the ginger family and it’s made from crushing dry root stalks (rhizomes) of the flowering plant.

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Chondroitin Sulphate

Why do we use it?

It plays an integral role in repairing and supporting cartilage tissue while also preventing cartilage degradation. Combining chondroitin sulphate with glucosamine will help give your dog extra joint protection. Find me in Move.

What is it?

Chondroitin Sulphate is an important building block in cartilage.

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Green Lipped Mussels

Why do we use it?

Full of amino acids, omega 3, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. The Green Lipped Mussel is a powerful, superfood that acts as a natural joint soother.

What is it?

The green-lipped mussel (Perna canaliculus) is native to the New Zealand coast.

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Vitamin C

Why do we use it?

Vitamin C scavenges on potentially harmful free radicals in the body and can help reduce inflammation and cognitive ageing.

What is it?

Vitamin C is an important naturally occurring antioxidant.

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Yucca Extract

Why do we use it?

Although the leaves of the Yucca are poisonous to some pets, extracting the plant’s roots unlocks a number of health benefits. Firstly, Yucca extract aids digestion by reducing inflammation along the digestive tract. Secondly, Yucca extract is often added to dog and cat foods to help reduce the odor of pet stools.

What is it?

Yucca schidigera is an evergreen shrub.

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Vitamin E

Why do we use it?

This fat-soluble vitamin is also essential for cell function and fat metabolism. Deficiencies can lead to eye and muscle degeneration and reproductive problems. Promotes healthy skin and provides relief from a number of skin related issues.

What is it?

Vitamin E is one of your dog’s defenses against oxidative damage.

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Passion Flower Extract

Why do we use it?

Known as a calming sedative and pain reliever, this natural calming agent helps to relax the body, mind, and tummy. Working from day one this extract reduces your dog’s day-to-day stress, which can give them a better quality of life with improved diet, sleeping patterns, and overall mood – allowing them to shift their focus on positive interactions with their family and doggo friends.

What is it?

Passionflower is a perennial climbing vine.

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L-Tryptophan

Why do we use it?

Works behind the scenes to stabilise serotonin levels. This helps improve mood, reduce anxiety and promote a calm demeanour

What is it?

L-tryptophan is a large neutral amino acid that is an essential dietary ingredient for dog food.

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GABA

Why do we use it?

Recommended by Vets, this mineral is used to effectively treat anxiety and promote calmness.

What is it?

GABA is one of the most important neurotransmitters in your pet's central nervous system

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L-Theanine

Why do we use it?

L-theanine triggers the release of dopamine, filling the brain with waves of calm.

What is it?

L-theanine is an amino acid commonly found in green tea

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Valerian Root Extract

Why do we use it?

It is commonly used for its calming powers. Its recommended for dogs who struggle with separation anxiety.

What is it?

Fragrant herb with Asian roots.

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Camomile

Why do we use it?

This powerful herb has anti-inflammatory properties that calms the nerves and the stomach.

What is it?

This herbal supplement is renowned for its sedative properties.

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Ginger Root

Why do we use it?

Ginger’s function as a digestive aid for stomach upset and nausea is most likely it’s best known benefit. But it’s far from the only one. In fact, its potential benefits extend way past the stomach. adding ginger to your dog’s diet could help ease arthritis symptoms due to its anti-inflammatory properties

What is it?

Southeast asia flowering plant

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Beta-Glucans

Why do we use it?

We know these fibres stimulates the immune system, support optimal gut function and protects against metabolic disease.

What is it?

Beta glucans (written as β-glucans) are functional fibres with a wide range of health benefits for dogs.

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Psyllium Husk

Why do we use it?

While In some cases, it can also help dogs suffering from irritable bowel syndrome, Veterinarians normally recommend psyllium for dogs to treat digestive issues including constipation and very runny diarrhea.

What is it?

A useful holistic supplement for dogs which can be hugely beneficial for aiding the normal functioning of a dog's digestion and bowel.

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Enterococcus Faecium

Why do we use it?

Enterococcus faecium can provide several benefits to a pet including, aiding digestion and helping to maintain a healthy mix of bacteria in the stomach, which can be helpful when switching diets or after antibiotic treatment.

What is it?

These anaerobic microorganisms function as a probiotic and help with digestion.

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Inulin

Why do we use it?

Cultivates and supports growth of good bacteria in the gut to improve intestinal health.

What is it?

Prebiotic dietary fiber

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Activated Charcoal

Why do we use it?

Helps absorb and get rid of toxins.

What is it?

Activated charcoal is a medication often used in dogs to treat intoxication.

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Total Omega-3

Why do we use it?

Fatty acids, particularly omega-3s, have been shown to promote healthy skin and a soft, shiny coat.

What is it?

Omega 3s are an essential poly-unsaturated fatty acids

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Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA)

Why do we use it?

Works in tandem with DHA to decrease inflammation due to arthritis.

What is it?

Member of essential group of fatty acids

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Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA)

Why do we use it?

Works in tandem with EPA to decrease inflammation due to arthritis.

What is it?

Member of essential group of fatty acids

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L-Lysine

Why do we use it?

These protein fibres found in connective tissue provide strength and elasticity to skin, cartilage, tendons and bones.

What is it?

Lysine is an essential amino acid

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Calcium

Why do we use it?

Having sufficient calcium in your dog's diet is essential for growth and supports healthy skin and stronger, healthier teeth, bones, and nails.

What is it?

Calcium is an essential mineral for building and maintaining strong and healthy bones, nails and teeth.

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Phosphorus

Why do we use it?

Phosphorus plays many vital roles in the canine body. This mineral works closely with calcium to help maintain the integrity of bones and teeth; in fact, the teeth and bones store 86% of the canine body's phosphorus.

What is it?

Dicalcium phosphate is an essential mineral that dogs need for healthy bones, teeth, and stable metabolism.

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Vitamin B5

Why do we use it?

This anti-stress vitamin enhances stamina and is essential in energy production and the conversion of fats, proteins and carbohydrates in metabolism.

What is it?

An essential dietary requirement, Pantothenic acid is involved in the production of adrenal hormones and antibodies produced by the body’s white blood cells.

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Magnesium

Why do we use it?

Magnesium works in harmony with calcium and phosphorus to aid and support muscle and bone development and nutrient absorption.

What is it?

Magnesium is an essential macromineral that your dog is unable to produce naturally.

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Manganese

Why do we use it?

Dogs need manganese to produce energy, metabolise protein and carbohydrates, and to make fatty acids. Manganese is an important part of many enzymes and plays a role in the health and maintenance of bone and cartilage in joints.

What is it?

Manganese is an essential micromineral for a dog's balanced diet.

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Choline

Why do we use it?

A choline rich diet is beneficial for all stages of your dog's life. This nutrient works to support healthy brain development, muscle function, heart health, liver function as well as the nervous system.

What is it?

Choline is an essential nutrient for a dogs diet.

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Vitamin A

Why do we use it?

This powerful antioxidant is critical to pet wellbeing, from supporting early-stage development, to promoting day-to-day bodily functions and long-term health.

What is it?

Vitamin A is one of the 40 crucial essential nutrients for healthy dogs.

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Vitamin B3

Why do we use it?

This nutritional supplement is used in conjunction with other medications to support healthy skin and treat inflammatory skin conditions in dogs.

What is it?

Vitamin B3 (or Niacin) is an essential vitamin in your dog's diet.

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L-Arginine

Why do we use it?

L-arginine is known to support synthesis and catabolism of a variety of nutrients for normal bodily function.

What is it?

L-Arginine is an essential amino acid for important bodily functions.

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L-Lysine

Why do we use it?

These protein fibers found in connective tissue provide strength and elasticity to skin, cartilage, tendons and bone

What is it?

Lysine is an essential amino acid

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Iron

Why do we use it?

Iron plays a key role in maintaining and supplying oxygen to the circulatory system. Iron is a central component of hemoglobin and myoglobin - the molecules that carry oxygen in blood and muscle respectively.

What is it?

Iron is an essential mineral needed for important bodily functions

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Zinc

Why do we use it?

Zinc is essential for more than 300 bodily processes including strengthens the immune system, boosts cognitive function, learning, and memory

What is it?

Zinc is a mineral and antioxidant that plays a key role in dozens of metabolic processes.

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Vitamin B2

Why do we use it?

Vitamin B2 is used for the production of red blood cells and antibodies that help fight disease.

What is it?

Essential nutrients required for a balanced dog diet.

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Vitamin B1

Why do we use it?

Thiamine supports digestion, a healthy nervous system, motor skills and other brain functions.

What is it?

Vitamin B1 also known as Thiamine is an essential vitamin for dogs, which means it must be part of their diet in order for your dog to maintain optimal health.

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Copper

Why do we use it?

Copper helps the body absorb iron, making it an important part of red blood cell function. It can also act as an antioxidant, and forms part of many enzymes that are needed if a dog’s bones, connective tissue, collagen, and myelin (the protective covering of nerves) are to form properly.

What is it?

Copper is an essential addition to your dog's diet.

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Potassium

Why do we use it?

Potassium is an important electrolyte in dogs’ bodies because it helps control nerve impulses, brain function, muscle activity, and heart function.

What is it?

Potassium chloride is a naturally occurring mineral that is an important part of a healthy balanced dog diet.

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Iodine

Why do we use it?

Iodine’s primary role in the body is in the manufacture of thyroid hormones that regulate growth and the body’s metabolic rate.

What is it?

Iodine is an essential micromineral that’s necessary for numerous bodily functions.

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Folic Acid

Why do we use it?

Folate is essential in bone health, protein synthesis and red blood cell production.

What is it?

Folic acid is an essential vitamin for dogs

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Vitamin B6

Why do we use it?

Vitamin B6 facilitates adequate absorption of fats and proteins, and helps maintain a healthy potassium-sodium balance in your dog’s body. Vitamin B6 is also vital in water regulation and is known to promote healthy brain function and the production of red blood cells.

What is it?

Vitamin B6 is an essential micromineral that is vital for a number of bodily functions.

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Vitamin D3

Why do we use it?

Vitamin D’s primary function is to maintain what we call ‘calcium homeostasis’, or normal calcium levels - too much or too little calcium can be disastrous, so vitamin D is crucial for maintaining calcium homeostasis.

What is it?

Vitamin D3 is an essential micromineral that aids vital bodily functions.

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Vitamin B12

Why do we use it?

Amongst other things, Vitamin B12 is important for cell growth, fat and carbs conversion, and the health of the brain and nervous systems.

What is it?

Vitamin B12 is an essential nutrient for bodily function.

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