Frequently Asked Questions: Doc Roy's® Aches Away

Revival Animal Health Educational Staff




What is methylsulfonylmethane (MSM)?

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What is joint cartilage?

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How does Aches Away work?

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What is perna canaliculus?

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Does Aches Away contain beef, chicken, or wheat?

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My dog just started Aches Away. What should I notice?

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What is manganese?

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What role do antioxidants play?

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What is creatine?

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What if I miss a day or two of giving Aches Away? Do I have to start over with the double dosing?

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What role do fatty acids play?

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Are there any side effects?

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Should I exercise my dog while he is on Aches Away?

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My dog's food contains glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate, do I still need Aches Away?

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What is the sodium content of Aches Away?

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Can the Aches Away line be used safely with Rimadyl, Deramaxx, aspirin, or other Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs)?

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What role do amino acids play?

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How long can dogs be kept on Aches Away supplements?

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Can Aches Away be used during pregnancy?

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What is glucosamine?

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Can I give Aches Away to a diabetic dog?

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Can these products be used in cats?

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How do glucosamine and creatine in dog joint supplements work?

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How are dog joint supplements different from human joint supplements?

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