GLM Joint Care 300 tabs

Product Code: GLM Joint Care

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Price: £57.98

Broadreach Nature+ GLM Joint Care

What is GLM Joint Care?

GLM Joint Care combines Green Lipped Mussel with Glucosamine HCI, Hyaluronic Acid, Ascorbic Acid and Manganese.

It is designed to provide support in animals showing signs of stiffness.

GLM Joint Care is available in a tasty chewable liver flavoured tablet for dogs.

How long should I give GLM Joint Care?

We recommend you give GLM Joint Care for 4-6 weeks at a higher starting level and then gradually reduce on the advice of your vet.

GLM Joint Care can be included as part of your pets diet indefinitely.

Composition per tablet

Glucosamine HCI                   250mg

Green Lipped Mussel              200mg

Calcium                                   77mg

Ascorbic Acid                          12.5mg

Manganese                             3mg

Hyaluronic Acid                      1.5mg

Vitamin E                                0.5mg

Directions for Use

120 Chewable Tablets / 300 Chewable Tablets

Can be broken and mixed with food or given as a treat.

Small Dog (<15kg)                 1 Tablet per day

Medium Dog (15-30kg)          2 Tablets per day

Large Dog (31-45kg)              3 Tablets per day

Extra Large Dog (>45kg)        4 Tablets per day

Signs to look out for:

If you notice any of the following signs it may be worth talking to Broadreach Nature+ about the use of Broadreach Nature+ GLM Joint Care.

  • Lameness
  • Tenderness
  • Stiffness (especially after exercise)
  • Swelling
  • Licking of joints
  • Change of temperament
  • Unwillingness to play or run

How can you help your pet?

Weight management

Extra weight places abnormal pressure on your pet’s joints which can wear away the cartilage that normally protects them.

Working with Broadreach Nature+ on a suitable feeding plan will help control body weight.

Exercise Management

When an animal does not get enough exercise, it loses muscle mass.

As a result joints can become unstable leading to pain and stiffness when the joints are moved. Therefore, it is not surprising that physical or even general mobility decreases, which can lead to your animal adopting a more sedentary lifestyle and gaining weight.

Whilst exercise may help to control bodyweight, it is not always advisable to exercise an affected joint excessively. Regular, moderate or gentle exercise is recommended, as this helps to maintain mobility and reduce the occurrence of joints stiffening up.


Hydrotherapy can help build up muscles that support the joints, without putting weight on the joint itself. You may also want to consider physiotherapy.



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