Arthroplex (for Dogs and Cats) - 120 Soft Chews

Arthroplex (for Dogs and Cats) - 120 Soft Chews

by Thorne Vet
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"Works for my dogs joint issues"  Read all reviews

Item Number: TR1261
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Arthroplex helps optimize the normal function of joints and muscles‚ as well as providing nutrients and botanicals that are necessary for creating collagen‚ repairing damage‚ and maintaining a healthy inflammatory response.

Supports the health of muscles and joints‚ assists in healing‚ and assists mobility in active and aging animals

•Provides the proven joint support of chondroitin sulfate‚ glucosamine sulfate‚ MSM‚ hyaluronic acid‚ and ascorbic acid
•CurcurVet (R) curcumin phytosome‚ Boswellia‚ and bromelain help maintain a normal inflammatory response.
•DL-Phenylalanine helps dampen the pain response



These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). These products are not meant to diagnose‚ treat or cure any disease or medical condition. Please consult your doctor before starting any exercise or nutritional supplement program or before using these or any product during pregnancy or if you have a serious medical condition.

  • MFG # V944-SC
  • UPC # 693749011408
Official Website: https://thornevet.com

Active Ingredients per Soft Chew:

Glucosamine Sulfate (as Glucosamine Sulfate Potassium Chloride complex) 225 mg
Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C) 100 mg
FL-Phenylalanine 75mg
Curcumin Phytosome (Curcuma longa extract (root) / Phospholipid complex from Sunflower) (CurcuVET®) 50 mg
Chondrotin Sulfate (Bovine) 50 mg
Methylsulfonylmethane Indian Frankincense extract (gum) (Boswellis serrata) 35 mg
Bromelain 35 mg
Hyaluronic Acid 10 mg

Inactive Ingredients: Arabic gum‚ sweet potato powder‚ buffered while distilled vinegar‚ canola oil‚ citric acid‚ guar gum‚ maltodextrin‚ natural poultry flavor‚ rosemary extract‚ sunflower lecithin‚ sunflower oil‚ tapioca starch‚ vegetable glycerin.

Gluten Free


Cats: 1 Soft Chew Daily

Dogs: 1-2 soft chews per 25 pounds of body weight two times daily for 2 weeks then one time daily.


For animal use only.

Keep out of the reach of children and animals. In case of accidental overdose‚ contact a health professional immediately.

Caution: Administer during or after the animal has eaten to reduce incidence of gastrointestinal upset. Safety during pregnancy is a concern. If lameness worsens‚ discontinue use and contact your veterinarian. Federal law prohibits the off-label use of this product in ruminants.


  • Gluten Free

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    • Dogs love the soft chews

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      from Eagle, ID on 4/07/2021
      Works for my dogs joint issues

      Pros

      Easy to give to my dogs

      Cons

      None
      review-checkI would recommend this item to a friend.
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      Change back to the capsules

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      from Goffstown NH on 7/05/2020
      I used to love this product when it was in capsule form. I would empty it into my older dogs food and she never noticed. Now theyve switched to the soft chews she hates the taste, has been gassy, and they changed the ingredients. Switch back to the capsules!

      Pros

      Used to love capsules

      Cons

      New chewable form and ingredient change
      1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.
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      Thorne Vet

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      from GLENDALE CA on 6/04/2020
      Thorne is a premium brand for humans therefore I expected it be for animals as well - and it sure is. Recommended by my dog's vet. Great for joints. Must have item for any pet that has arthritis.

      Pros

      everything, easy for dog to take, no side effects

      Cons

      nothing.
      review-checkI would recommend this item to a friend.
    • Verified Buyer

      Improvement for clumber spaniel's hips

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      from Malvern PA on 5/19/2020
      My dog has severe hip dysplasia and is on a combination of therapies to manage his pain along with weekly rehab. I have noticed an improvement in the last month, since he has been taking these supplements.

      Pros

      Cute design and I just wrap in chicken.

      Cons

      He doesn't like the smell and don't seem to be as chewable as his other pills.
      review-checkI would recommend this item to a friend.
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      Excellent help for our old girl

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      from Billings MT on 11/30/2019
      Arthroplex has really helped our Great Dane with her arthritis pain. We have noticed considerable change since we started using it six months ago. We just wrap it in cheese and give it to her each morning. She is much more active and sassy.

      Pros

      Cost effective even for a large breed! Pure formulas has super fast shipping so I never run out,

      Cons

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      Did Not Help my Dogs

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      from Ohio on 8/03/2019
      I noticed no difference in joint discomfort while my dogs were taking this.

      Pros

      Capsule easily hidden in food that my dogs would take

      Cons

      Did not provide joint relief for my dogs
    • Verified Buyer

      Good product!

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      from Colorado on 12/08/2016
      I really love Thorne Research and their products. Arthroplex (for Dogs and Cats) is no different. Works well for my chihuahua who has problems with his knees.
      review-checkI would recommend this item to a friend.
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      Dog has arthritis

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      from Hawaii on 7/16/2016
      I introduced a low dose of Arthroplex by Thorne Research to my dog at first. I still haven't given  a full dose to my 60 lb dog. In four days, my dog started having seizures. Not knowing if the product was causing the seizures, I stopped for two weeks. Then I restarted at a low dose again for three days and then gave half of a dose yesterday evening and my dog has had three seizure starting from the middle of the night.

      Pros

      Seems like good ingredients.

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      Afraid to use it again. My dog has no history of seizures.
    • Excellent product

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      from USA on 2/03/2015
      I started giving this to my golden retriever about a month ago, and I can definitely can see positive changes. She has more mobility and energy. Definitely worth buying!

      Pros

      Capsule

      Cons

      review-checkI would recommend this item to a friend.
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      To Help My Senior Dogs

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      from Apple Valley, Ca on 11/11/2013
      My 2 dogs are 7 yr old outdoor dogs & I want to protect them as much as possible from joint problems. My male hasnt exhibited as much limping or general discomfort since I began using Arthroplex earlier this year. My female is very hyper & doesnt show joint problems but Im hoping Arthroplex will protect her from developing any.

      Pros

      Noticeable improvement in male dog condition.

      Cons

      Inconvenient powder capsules. I have to open them & mix with wet dog food. If they are hidden in the dog food as a whole capsule the dogs manage to avoid them.
      review-checkI would recommend this item to a friend.
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  • Question:
    My dog is currently on Carpaquin, Dasuquin, and Welactin Ogema 3 Supplements. He also has Cushing's Disease. Is there any contraindications with adding Arthroplex? (He is a 13 yr old Rotty/Dobby mix)
    Janice Knop on 8/14/2014 Answer:
    • Hello, thank you for contacting PureFormulas. Please contact your vet before giving this to your dog.
      Rosa on 9/04/2014

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