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Rose-Hip Vital Canine is an exciting and innovative clinically proven plant-based anti-inflammatory AND immune system support for treating inflammation, maintaining healthy joints, supplementing nutrition and improving performance.

Made from pure and natural rosehips manufactured with patented processes and containing the active compound GOPO, Rose-Hip Vital Canine is a scientifically and clinically tested plant-based ant-inflammatory, antioxidant and rich source of natural vitamin C.  

Use in pregnant and lactating animals is not recommended as safety has not been established.

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  • Additional Information

    • Health Benefits
      Joint Support
    • Brand
      Rose Hip Vital
    • Advice Care
      Use in pregnant and lactating animals is not recommended as safety has not been established. Avoid inhalation of dust. If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre. Phone Australia 131 126. Dispose of empty container by wrapping with paper and putting in garbage. Store below 30°C (Room temperature). Protect from light. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
    • Coat Type
      No
    • Life Stage
      Senior
    • Ingredients
      Rosa canina (Rosehip) fruit powder 1000 g/kg
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    Customer Reviews(6)

    • Tracy says... My German shepherd X Max has been on this product for almost 2 years....he has hip and skin problems and this has helped him to keep mobile
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    • Jen says... I purchased Rosehip Vital for my 2 year old german shepherd x for some skin problems we were having. I wanted to avoid medications & the Rosehip works as a natural anti inflammatory. I noticed a difference in her itching after about 2 weeks & now, 6 weeks down the track, her itching has completely stopped. Her overall appearance & energy levels have also seen an amazing improvement. I couldn't recommend this product enough!
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    • Lesley says... I have a very old mini schnauzer suffering from arthritis. I didn't want to go down the 'chemical' path so I started him on Rose-Hip Vital Canine a few months ago and have been so happy with the results. He is now moving much more easily, licking his legs far less and no longer stiff and sore. He is much happier within himself and it is so great to see him now.
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    • Jessica says... My 14 year old Chihuahua x went from stiff, unbendable, painful knee joints and avoiding walking around at all if she had to, to her completely care free running and playful self with full movement in her knees and no pain at all! I'm so happy to have found this life changing product :)
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    • Andrew says... After using this product for just two months I have seen a huge difference in my jack russel, previosly she wouldn't go up the stairs because of her arthritis, now she runs up the stairs with no hesitation and is back to her normal active self.
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    • Megan says... I have a Shetland Sheepdog with hip dysplasia and a Labrador cross with early stages of arthritis. I have tried many products and Rose Hip has been the one that stood out for me. Ever since my dogs have been on it they have been so active. My Labrador who was a bit on the heavy side, has lost weight because she is running around everywhere now. And my Sheltie use to be so sore and stiff and if you saw him today you wouldn't even think there is anything wrong with him.
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