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Seraquin Supplement for Cats and Small Dogs

Tablets: 60 x 800mg

£14.00 – subscription plans available
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Seraquin Supplement for Dogs

Tablets: 60 x 2g

£24.00 – subscription plans available
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Seraquin Supplement for Cats and Small Dogs

Tablets: 60 x 800mg

£14.00 – subscription plans available
seraquin_2
Seraquin Supplement for Dogs

Tablets: 60 x 2g

£24.00 – subscription plans available
seraquin_800
Seraquin Supplement for Cats and Small Dogs

Tablets: 60 x 800mg

£14.00 – subscription plans available
seraquin_2
Seraquin Supplement for Dogs

Tablets: 60 x 2g

£24.00 – subscription plans available

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Seraquin – the tasty chewable tablets that dogs and cats love.

It’s important to consider the health of your cat’s joints

Your cat has always enjoyed sitting on your lap to be stroked before wandering off to patrol their territory. But as they get older, it’s natural for wear and tear to occur in their joints, which can lead to discomfort and mobility problems.

It may become obvious to you if your cat starts to experience mobility problems, as they may start showing some changes in their normal behaviour.

Changes in behaviour
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Change in temperament
(e.g. more withdrawn or even agressive)

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Hunting less

changes

Reluctance to jump up or down
(e.g. onto furniture)

changes

Playing less

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Change in grooming habits

Change in temperament
(e.g. more withdrawn or even agressive)

Hunting less

Reluctance to jump up or down
(e.g. onto furniture)

Playing less

Change in grooming habits

Joint support for cats

Seraquin is a nutritional supplement that supports normal joint function in cats. It is available as a tasty chewable tablet and can be given as a treat alongside any prescription medicines prescribed by your vet.

You can be confident Seraquin is the right choice– it is one of the leading joint supplements for cats and dogs in the UK and is manufactured by renowned animal health business– Boehringer Ingelheim.

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Supporting your cat’s joint health

The mobility difficulties that can occur in a cat in later life are often more subtle than in a dog. They may start showing behavioural and lifestyle changes rather than physical ones. There are several ways you can help your cat have the best joint health possible in later life.

Keep them at a healthy weight

As your cat can’t control what they eat and drink themselves at home, make sure you keep them at a healthy weight to avoid extra strain on joints.
If they have poor joints, they may not be able to lose weight through exercise, so less food is usually necessary.
Your vet can help you plan a weight reduction programme.

Improve their living conditions

Ensure your cat has a soft, warm bed to rest on.
Let them use ramps instead of stairs where possible – you may even want to put in a ramp up to their favourite area, such as a windowsill.
Make sure they can get to their food and water easily.
Get them a low-sided litter tray for easy access.
To help them out if their joints have stiffened, make sure you groom them regularly, gently clean around their eyes and trim their claws.

Provide regular, gentle exercise

Regular, gentle exercise prevents joints stiffening up so your cat can remain active.
Playing with them and giving them toys to encourage movement can help.
Your vet nurse will be able to help with more suggestions.

Consider alternative therapies

Acupuncture may help to ease pain in joints, in certain cases.
Your vet will be able to advise you, and direct you to centres local to you.

Consider joint support supplements

Your vet may suggest that you use a quality joint supplement such as Seraquin. Talk to your vet for detailed advice, as they will know your cat personally and will be best placed to give the right advice according to his/her age and health status.

What is Seraquin?

Seraquin is one of the UK’s leading veterinary joint support products. Seraquin contains glucosamine, chondroitin and curcumin, which all support the natural functioning of your cat’s joints.

Glucosamine & chondroitin

Glucosamine and chondroitin are natural substances found in your cat’s body. They are present as part of the normal make-up of the joint cartilage.

Glucosamine and Chondroitin are some of the building blocks of your cat’s joints

Seraquin can form part of your cat’s diet for the rest of his/her life.

Curcumin

You may already be familiar with the herb turmeric. But did you know that one of the components of turmeric is an ingredient called curcumin?

What makes Seraquin special is the inclusion of curcumin, which is a potent natural antioxidant.

This ingredient may help mop up free radicals in the joint which contribute to degeneration of the cartilage.

Download helpful vet advice on joint support for your cat

Seraquin is very tasty - cats love the chewable tablets

800 mg
Cats
-5kg 2 tablets daily
5-7.5kg 3 tablets daily
+7.5kg 4 tablets daily

Initial period of 4-6 weeks or as recommended by a vet.

FAQs

Q
How long should I feed Seraquin for?
A

Seraquin is designed to support the natural functioning of joints and takes time to build up in the system. We recommend 4–6 weeks at the starting level and then the number of tablets can be gradually reduced on the advice of your vet. Seraquin can form part of your pet’s diet for the rest of his/her life.

Q
How do I give my dog or cat Seraquin?
A

Most dogs and cats love Seraquin chewable tablets which makes life easy. You can give them as a treat or crush them onto their normal food. The number of tablets that you should give your dog or cat depends on their weight. Your vet will advise you on this.

Q
How often should I give Seraquin 2g chewable tablets?
A

Dog feeding guide for Seraquin 2g chewable tablets: (initial period of 4-6 weeks or as recommended by your vet)

Less than 10kg
1 tablet daily

10-20kg
2 tablets daily

20-40kg
3 tablets daily

More than 40kg
4 tablets daily

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How often should I give Seraquin 800mg chewable tablets?
A

Cats and Small Dogs (under 10 kg) feeding guide for Seraquin 800mg chewable tablets: (initial period of 4-6 weeks or as recommended by your vet)

Less than 5kg
2 tablets daily

5-7.5kg
3 tablets daily

More than 7.5kg
4 tablets daily

Q
Where can I buy Seraquin?
A

Seraquin is available to buy online and your veterinary practice. Your vet or vet nurse will be happy to explain any questions you may have about the product.

Q
What are Seraquin’s ingredients?
A

Seraquin contains high quality ingredients and is produced by Boehringer Ingelheim which has been making veterinary medicines for over 50 years. Boehringer Ingelheim is one of the leading providers of veterinary nutraceuticals in the UK*. Seraquin features vacuum sealed blister packaging to ensure shelf life and long-lasting tastiness. Each component plays a complementary role in joint support. Glucosamine HCL and Chondroitin are important building blocks of joints. Curcumin is a potent antioxidant.

*Based on Gfk MAT values (September 2016)

Q
What are the signs of potential joint problems I should look out for?
A

Because you know your dog best, you are well placed to keep an eye out for the following signs:

  • Difficulty in jumping
  • Limping or stiffness
  • Reluctance to play
  • Change in grooming habits e.g. licking at joints
  • Change in temperament e.g. increased anxiety or less tolerant with children and/or other pets

If you have noticed any of these changes in your pet, it is worth consulting your vet for advice.

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