Boneo Canine Maintenance Dog Supplement


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Boneo Canine Maintenance Dog Supplement helps keep that pep in your pups’ step! This  RNase-enriched lactoferrin-based formula promotes not just joint health, but bone health as well. The special formula was developed with veterinarians and a research team to ensure safety and is backed by years of scientific research and veterinarian-supervised clinical case studies. Boneo Canine is safe and effective for dogs of all ages, sizes and breeds. Ingredients are natural and within the guidelines set by the National Research Council and the American Association of Feed Control Officials. Each tablet is chew-able and has a delicious liver and sausage flavor. Most dogs will think Boneo Canine is a treat! If your dog is picky and won't gobble it up, the tablets are easy to crush and mix into food.



Benefits include:

  • Effective for dogs of all ages, sizes and breeds
  • Natural lactoferrin-based
  • Patented neo-portin complex helps strengthen bones and rebuild joints
  • Promotes bone remodeling and bone turnover in dogs
  • Recommended by orthopedic veterinarians
  • Helps maintain healthy cartilage and connective tissue function
  • Provides advanced support for joint flexibility and mobility
  • Protects against free radicals that cause bone tissue damage
  • Helps relieve occasional discomfort caused by daily activity
  • Manufactured In The USA To The Highest Quality Standard


NEO-Portin® Complex (Proprietary blend of RNase-Enriched Lactoferrin, Co-Enzyme Q-10 and b-Glucan)
Bone Co-Factors(Vitamins B6, C, D3, E, K)
Bone Minerals (Calcium, Magnesium, Zinc, Boron, Manganese), Antioxidant Synergists (Quercetin, Selenium)


Under 10 lbs: 1 tablet daily for 90 days
11-50 lbs: 2 tablets daily for 60 days
Over 50 lbs: 3 tablets daily for 30 days


1 bottle contains 90 tablets


Safe use in pregnant animals or animals intended for breeding has not been proven. Consult with your vet before using this product in animals with blood-clotting disorders, being treated with anti-coagulant medications; diabetes or any other metabolic disorder; or history of urinary tract stones. If lameness worsens, discontinue use and contact your veterinarian.