At Lintbells, we know mobility is key to your dog’s quality of life

Supports active & developing joints. Perfect for puppies, younger adults and canine athletes.

From £21.95

Could a supplement help?

Our original formula. Supports older dogs whose joints may be getting stiff.

From £17.95

Extra-strength formula, only available direct from Lintbells. Perfect for older, stiffer four-legged friends.

From £21.00

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Dietary supplements can often help with joint stiffness in older dogs – and that can be good news for their mobility too.

Dogs live to be on the go. That’s why any loss of mobility soon affects their emotional and physical well-being. Research found more than 10% of dog owners are noticing a change in their dog’s walking pace, with nearly 9% per cent saying their dogs run less than before.* These signs are often assumed to be part of the ageing process and just general ‘slowing down’.

That’s why we’re launching the first National Dog Mobility Awareness Week. It’s designed to help owners spot early signs of joint stiffness – and act sooner rather than later to get dogs back on track. May we encourage you to PAWS for a moment and check out your dog’s:

If you’ve spotted any of these warning signs, then it’s time to think about…

Your vet can carry out a thorough examination to see what’s wrong. Many practices have specially-trained nurses skilled in managing care for older dogs. Look out for the “Mobility Matters” sign, for ongoing practical advice.

If your dog is overweight, then their health, stamina, activity levels, mobility and quality of life can all suffer. Time to cut out the treats and get them back in shape. Try our dog exercise calculator for help.

Little and often gentle exercise works well for older dogs. And it doesn’t always have to be a walk around the block. Many dogs enjoy pottering around new places to find new sights and smells at a slower pace. Mix their routine up now and then by staying in to play seeking games or try teaching an old dog new tricks to keep their brains active. You’ll find more ideas on our blog.

Is your home as dog-friendly as can be? Slipping and sliding on modern flooring can place unnecessary stress on your dog’s joints, so use mats, carpets and tape to give them the firm footing they need. Ramps and stairgates can help make life easier too.

YuMOVE ADVANCE 360 for dogs is also available from your vet, for dogs who require advanced joint support.

*Lintbells 2019 survey