Finding a natural pain relief for dogs and cats, particularly a joint pain reliever, should be a process of diagnosis from a professionally trained veterinarian who can prescribe proper treatment. Pain can be a subjective matter when observing your dog or cat. Their actions may mask or hide the amount of pain they may have received from an injury or perhaps the onset of arthritis. The main aspect to look for is the speed in which your pet responds to you. Do they favor one leg when walking? Or, do they get out of their resting position very slowly? Any noticeable changes in their behavior that lasts for longer than a couple of days may warrant a call to your veterinarian.

Does your pet have these symptoms?


  • Licking affected joints
  • Falls behind on walks
  • Reduction in muscle tone/bulk
  • Mild swelling/heat in the joints
  • Slight Stiffness on rising/lying down
  • Somewhat reluctant to climb stairs


  • Lethargic-decreased appetite
  • Slight limping or favoring one side
  • Slight difficulty getting into/out of litter box
  • Less inclination to jump or climb
  • Reduced grooming