The Importance of Glucosamine

Glucosamine is a natural compound found in the building blocks of cartilage.
When dogs suffer from arthritis or bone and joint pain, glucosamine can help to cushion the area between joints where cartilage is missing, thin, or damaged. Glucosamine and chondroitin supplements are easy to find and can safely be given to your dog.   There are differences between glucosamine supplements for humans and glucosamine supplements for dogs, so if you decide to offer your dog glucosamine as a supplement, please speak to your veterinarian about proper dosage amount for your dog's breed, size, age, and condition. Be sure you are giving your dog the proper form of glucosamine. Otherwise, you are potentially wasting money if you are offering your dog supplements meant for humans. Because glucosamine is a natural supplement, it can also be found in foods your dog will love.
There are some excellent sources of glucosamine found naturally in foods your dog can eat every day. And what better way to offer a supplement to your dog than in their meals or treats. Chicken Feet Chicken feet contain about 30% cartilage. This cartilage is about 5% glucosamine. Researchers estimate approximately 450mg of glucosamine per chicken foot. As a treat for your dog, chicken feet could be an excellent source of glucosamine. Chicken feet also offer the benefit of naturally brushing your dog's teeth. As your dog chews and gnaws on the chicken feet, he will absorb glucosamine from the cartilage while having his teeth cleaned at the same time. Chicken feet are available from ourselves 
An Important Supplement Glucosamine is an important part of your dog's diet. As your dog ages and arthritis begins to settle in, aches and pains will be more difficult for your dog to deal with. Offering supplements such as glucosamine may help cushion the cartilage between these joints, giving your dog more comfort and relieving their arthritic pain. If your dog is on a raw food diet, finding these treats may be easier for you. However, if you are feeding your dog kibble, he may need an additional glucosamine boost available by giving your dog chicken feet as a treat regular