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Young dogs to feel the benefit of best-selling Yumove supplement

The company behind Yumove, the leading natural triple action mobility supplement for dogs, has launched a new version aimed specifically at young and active dogs. Lintbells, which has seen demand for Yumove soar since the product was launched three years ago, has studied the needs of younger dogs, and especially those that participate in flyball and agility, to develop Yumove Young & Active specifically for them.
Young dogs, particularly larger breeds, can suffer from a number of conditions causing ligament and cartilage problems from around four months old.  In addition strenuous exercise can put extra strain on dogs’ joints and cause stiffness making it harder for them to recover.  Yumove Young & Active contains 20% more of the triple strength Green-Lipped Mussel than regular Yumove.  Its powerful Omega 3 oils can help reduce cartilage breakdown and ease stiffness and discomfort.   It also contains increased Manganese which is proven to support a dog’s tendons and ligaments and Zinc to support tissue growth and repair.
Dr John Howie, co-founder of Hertfordshire-based Lintbells, said: “We know a lot of young dogs suffer from growing pains and other disorders which can affect the joints and cause lameness and Yumove Young & Active has been developed to help ease those problems.
“Original Yumove was an instant success with people who had older dogs that needed a little help with mobility but it soon took off with owners of working and sporting dogs too and these groups benefit most from a slightly different combination of the key ingredients.   We subsequently brought out a variant for working dogs and have also recently launched Yumove Cat.
Yumove Young & Active is based on the hugely successful triple action formula of original Yumove which addresses the needs of joint structure, mobility and comfort, combining the proven ingredients of Glucosamine HCl, natural Chrondroitin, Manganese and Hyaluronic acid. 
The supplement will be available from leading pet retail stores.  In addition, Yumove Young & Active can be ordered direct from Lintbells. It is supplied in a pack of 60 tablets, costing £16.29, which is approximately one month’s supply for most medium sized breeds.  For further information please visit or telephone 01462 790886


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