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40% off - YuCARE MultiVits Adult Dogs £20.99 £34.99

Nutritional support for everyday wellness in a tasty, soft bite

40% off - YuCARE MultiVits Young Dogs £20.99 £34.99

Nutritional support for everyday wellness in a tasty, soft bite

40% off - YuCARE MultiVits Senior Dogs £23.99 £39.99

Nutritional support for everyday wellness in a tasty, soft bite

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40% off - YuCARE MultiVits Adult Dogs £20.99 £34.99

Nutritional support for everyday wellness in a tasty, soft bite

40% off - YuCARE MultiVits Young Dogs £20.99 £34.99

Nutritional support for everyday wellness in a tasty, soft bite

40% off - YuCARE MultiVits Senior Dogs £23.99 £39.99

Nutritional support for everyday wellness in a tasty, soft bite

Introducing...

The World's
best
Dog House

Did you know?

Your home environment makes a huge impact on your dog's long term joint health!

YuMOVE has partnered with Laurence Llewlyn-Bowen and Hannah Capon of Canine Arthritis Management to create The World’s Best Dog House – designed the keep our dogs happy and healthy for as long as possible.

Kitchen
Dog Door hazards & adaptions
A dog door that is too small or high for your dog can lead to sore knocked knees and strain from repeatedly having to climb – not to mention the impact of landing on the other side.

How can you help?
1. Have a larger & lower dog door installed
2. Adding small foam steps or a small ramp up to the door, and a thick, soft non-slip mat on either side can reduce impact
3. Block the door all together and choosing another route out
Food & Water Bowls hazards & adaptions
Placing your dog’s food bowl directly on floor is a risk for neck strain & slipping

How can you help?
1.Raise your dog’s food bowl to between elbow and shoulder height so they don’t need to bed down so far
2.Place their bowl on a non-slip mat to avoid slips and spills
Flooring hazards & adaptions
Dogs can’t grip on slippery floors, and constant slipping is incredibly hard on their joints.

How can you help?
1. Place non-slip mats high traffic areas, making sure there’s plenty of room and an uninterrupted path to your dog’s key areas We love Hug Rug for safety and style.
2. Make sure there is a clear path without toys and other trip hazards
3. There are non-slip paint options to increase traction without changing the aesthetic of the room – just make sure you choose an option that is non-toxic!
Living room
Sofa hazards & adaptions
Repeatedly jumping up and down is tough on your dog’s joints

How can you help?
1. If you just can’t say no to your pooch cuddling up where the people are, try getting small stairs to help them climb up and down with ease. You can make these yourself, just make sure they are stable!
Dog Bed hazards & adaptions
Beds that are the wrong size, cluttered or made from the wrong materials can be a real source of discomfort for your dog.

How can you help?
1. Get a decent bed for you dog from day one, not once they are getting older.
2. Make sure the bed is big enough for the dog to stretch out fully if they want t, even if they seem happy in a smaller space
3. Make sure it is a good, sturdy material. Memory foam needs stiffer foam for support – check out the Big Dog Bed Company for more information.
Flooring hazards & adaptions
Dogs can’t grip on slippery floors, and constant slipping is incredibly hard on their joints.

How can you help?
1. Place non-slip mats high traffic areas, making sure there’s plenty of room and an uninterrupted path to your dog’s key areas We love Hug Rug for safety and style.
2. Make sure there is a clear path without toys and other trip hazards
3. There are non-slip paint options to increase traction without changing the aesthetic of the room – just make sure you choose an option that is non-toxic!
Entrance
Flooring hazards & adaptions
Dogs can’t grip on slippery floors, and constant slipping is incredibly hard on their joints.

How can you help?
1. Place non-slip mats high traffic areas, making sure there’s plenty of room and an uninterrupted path to your dog’s key areas We love Hug Rug for safety and style.
2. Make sure there is a clear path without toys and other trip hazards
3. There are non-slip paint options to increase traction without changing the aesthetic of the room – just make sure you choose an option that is non-toxic!
4. You may like to try non-slip booties for your dog to help them grip on any surface. Make sure they fit correctly, and get used to wearing them under supervision before you let them wear them on their own.
Stairs hazards & adaptions
Going both up and down stairs is physically hard work and can be harmful for your dog’s joints. If you have wooden or other hard, polished stairs, they are particularly tough on your dog’s joints.

How can you help?
1. Apply non-slip paint or installing a carpet runner to increase stability and reduce slip hazards
2. Reduce access and frequency using a stair gate
3. Adding lighting to the stairs helps your dog navigate them more safely
Bedroom
Bed hazards & adaptions
Repeatedly jumping up and down is tough on your dog’s joints

How can you help?
1. If you just can’t say no to your pooch cuddling up where the people are, try getting small stairs to help them climb up and down with ease. You can make these yourself, just make sure they are stable!
Utility room
Flooring hazards & adaptions
Dogs can’t grip on slippery floors, and constant slipping is incredibly hard on their joints.

How can you help?
1. Place non-slip mats high traffic areas, making sure there’s plenty of room and an uninterrupted path to your dog’s key areas We love Hug Rug for safety and style.
2. Make sure there is a clear path without toys and other trip hazards
3. There are non-slip paint options to increase traction without changing the aesthetic of the room – just make sure you choose an option that is non-toxic!
4. You may like to try non-slip booties for your dog to help them grip on any surface. Make sure they fit correctly, and get used to wearing them under supervision before you let them wear them on their own.
Car rides
Jumping in and out of the car
Jumping into and out of cars is a daily occurrence for many dogs. Studies have highlighted that a lot of force is experienced through the forelimbs as dogs land which is a concern for growing joints and painful for older joints alike.

How can you help?
1. If you are able, you can lift your dog in and out of the car
2. Get a ramp to take in the car and encourage your dog to use that to walk in and out safely
3. Consider a harness to assist your dog in and out of the car

Kitchen

Living room

Entrance

Bedroom

Utility room

Car rides

Dog Door

A dog door that is too small or high for your dog can lead to sore knocked knees and strain from repeatedly having to climb – not to mention the impact of landing on the other side.

How can you help?
1. Have a larger & lower dog door installed
2. Adding small foam steps or a small ramp up to the door, and a thick, soft non-slip mat on either side can reduce impact
3. Block the door all together and choosing another route out

Food & Water Bowls

Placing your dog’s food bowl directly on floor is a risk for neck strain & slipping

How can you help?
1.Raise your dog’s food bowl to between elbow and shoulder height so they don’t need to bed down so far
2.Place their bowl on a non-slip mat to avoid slips and spills

Flooring

Dogs can’t grip on slippery floors, and constant slipping is incredibly hard on their joints.

How can you help?
1. Place non-slip mats high traffic areas, making sure there’s plenty of room and an uninterrupted path to your dog’s key areas We love Hug Rug for safety and style.
2. Make sure there is a clear path without toys and other trip hazards
3. There are non-slip paint options to increase traction without changing the aesthetic of the room – just make sure you choose an option that is non-toxic!

Sofa

Repeatedly jumping up and down is tough on your dog’s joints

How can you help?
1. If you just can’t say no to your pooch cuddling up where the people are, try getting small stairs to help them climb up and down with ease. You can make these yourself, just make sure they are stable!

Dog Bed

Beds that are the wrong size, cluttered or made from the wrong materials can be a real source of discomfort for your dog.

How can you help?
1. Get a decent bed for you dog from day one, not once they are getting older.
2. Make sure the bed is big enough for the dog to stretch out fully if they want t, even if they seem happy in a smaller space
3. Make sure it is a good, sturdy material. Memory foam needs stiffer foam for support – check out the Big Dog Bed Company for more information.

Flooring

Dogs can’t grip on slippery floors, and constant slipping is incredibly hard on their joints.

How can you help?
1. Place non-slip mats high traffic areas, making sure there’s plenty of room and an uninterrupted path to your dog’s key areas We love Hug Rug for safety and style.
2. Make sure there is a clear path without toys and other trip hazards
3. There are non-slip paint options to increase traction without changing the aesthetic of the room – just make sure you choose an option that is non-toxic!

Flooring

Dogs can’t grip on slippery floors, and constant slipping is incredibly hard on their joints.

How can you help?
1. Place non-slip mats high traffic areas, making sure there’s plenty of room and an uninterrupted path to your dog’s key areas We love Hug Rug for safety and style.
2. Make sure there is a clear path without toys and other trip hazards
3. There are non-slip paint options to increase traction without changing the aesthetic of the room – just make sure you choose an option that is non-toxic!
4. You may like to try non-slip booties for your dog to help them grip on any surface. Make sure they fit correctly, and get used to wearing them under supervision before you let them wear them on their own.

Stairs

Going both up and down stairs is physically hard work and can be harmful for your dog’s joints. If you have wooden or other hard, polished stairs, they are particularly tough on your dog’s joints.

How can you help?
1. Apply non-slip paint or installing a carpet runner to increase stability and reduce slip hazards
2. Reduce access and frequency using a stair gate
3. Adding lighting to the stairs helps your dog navigate them more safely

Bed

Repeatedly jumping up and down is tough on your dog’s joints

How can you help?
1. If you just can’t say no to your pooch cuddling up where the people are, try getting small stairs to help them climb up and down with ease. You can make these yourself, just make sure they are stable!

Flooring

Dogs can’t grip on slippery floors, and constant slipping is incredibly hard on their joints.

How can you help?
1. Place non-slip mats high traffic areas, making sure there’s plenty of room and an uninterrupted path to your dog’s key areas We love Hug Rug for safety and style.
2. Make sure there is a clear path without toys and other trip hazards
3. There are non-slip paint options to increase traction without changing the aesthetic of the room – just make sure you choose an option that is non-toxic!
4. You may like to try non-slip booties for your dog to help them grip on any surface. Make sure they fit correctly, and get used to wearing them under supervision before you let them wear them on their own.

Remember to keep the floor clear - dogs trip over, too!

Jumping in and out of the car

Jumping into and out of cars is a daily occurrence for many dogs. Studies have highlighted that a lot of force is experienced through the forelimbs as dogs land which is a concern for growing joints and painful for older joints alike.

How can you help?
1. If you are able, you can lift your dog in and out of the car
2. Get a ramp to take in the car and encourage your dog to use that to walk in and out safely
3. Consider a harness to assist your dog in and out of the car

Flooring

Dogs can't grip on slippery floors, and constant slipping is hard on their joints.


You can help by:

1. Place non-slip mats high traffic areas. We love Hug Rug for safety and for style.

2. Try non-slip paint to increase traction - just make sure that is non-toxic!

3. There are non-slip booties for dogs, these can take some getting used to so take it slow.

Beds

Beds that are the wrong size, cluttered or made from the wrong materials can be a real source of discomfort for your dog.


How can you help?

1. Get a decent bed for you dog from day one, not once they are getting older.

2. Make sure the bed is big enough for the dog to stretch out fully if they want to, even if they seem happy in a smaller space.

3. Make sure it is a good, sturdy material. Memory foam needs firmer foam for support – check out the Big Dog Bed Company for more information.

Jumping

Repeatedly jumping up and down is tough on your dogs joints.


How can you help?

1. If you just can’t say no to your pooch cuddling up where the people are, try getting small stairs to help them climb up and down with ease.

2. You can also get harnesses to support your dog up and down to their favourite spots.

3. Get a ramp to take in the car and encourage your dog to use that to walk in and out safely

Food Bowls

Placing your dog’s food bowl directly on floor is a risk for neck strain.


You can help by:

1. Raise your dog’s food bowl to between elbow and shoulder height so they don’t need to bed down so far.

2. Place their bowl on a non-slip mat to avoid slips and spills

Stairs

Dogs can't grip on slippery floors, and constant slipping is hard on their joints.


You can help by:

1. Place non-slip mats high traffic areas.
We love Hug Rug

2. Try non-slip paint to increase traction - just make sure that is non-toxic!

3. There are non-slip booties for dogs, these can take some getting used to so take it slow!

How else can you help?

1

Give a high quality joint supplement

A high quality joint supplement helps support your dog’s long term joint health. YuMOVE is clinically proven to work within 6 weeks, and helps by:


1. Aiding joint stiffness with ActivEase® Green Lipped Mussel, which contains 4x more Omega 3 than standard, and is proven to sooth stiff joints.†
2. Supports joint structure with Glucosamine, Chondroitin and Manganese to support cartilage health, essential for mobile joints.
3. Promotes mobility as the only joint supplement with the specific form of Hyaluronic Acid proven to reach the joint within 2 hours, helping to cushion joints more comfortably.

2

Maintain a healthy weight

With over 50% of the dog population carrying excess weight, we live in an era of overweight and obese dogs being the social norm.

- Identifying your dog’s ideal body weight and maintaining them at it throughout their life is so important, as studies have highlighted that overweight dogs show signs of stiffness earlier in their lives.
- Excess weight carriage can reduce a dog’s life by up to 2.5 years.
- Simple modifications to the home, garden and lifestyle take little time to implement and maintain, and their impact could be lifelong for your dog.
- Broaden your field of vision and see your living environment and daily activities from your dog’s joints’ perspective.

3

Make sure the play is appropriate for the pup (or grown up!)

High impact activities such as ball chasing and frisbee catching offer a lot of excitement, however should be done in moderation and avoided in puppies and young adult dogs.

- The skeletal and joint systems are not as strong as an adult in these younger age groups, and heavy, twisted landings can be very damaging.
- Activities with all four feet on the ground are more suitable such as hide and seek, playtime with other dogs of a similar age, walking and balancing over different surfaces and terrains, and fun recalls and basic training.
- A variety of low impact games are great for developing a healthy body and brain.

Keep an eye out for the signs of stiffness

Early detection makes a big difference

4 signs that your dog may need joint support

Sleeping more
Sleeping more
Having difficulties rising after resting
Having difficulties rising after resting
Reluctant to walk, jump and play
Reluctant to walk, jump and play
Lagging behind on walks
Lagging behind on walks

How does YuMOVE support your dog's joints?

Aids stiffness


Aids stiffness

YuMOVE contains ActivEase® Green Lipped Mussel from the sparkling waters of New Zealand, which is clinically proven to soothe stiff joints*. This wonder ingredient is packed with fatty acids, including up to four times more Omega 3 than other joint supplements.

Supports joint structure


Supports joint structure

Each YuMOVE supplement is filled with Glucosamine, Chondroitin and Manganese, which work together to maintain and support your dog’s cartilage.

Promotes mobility


Promotes mobility

YuMOVE is the only joint supplement to include Hyaluronic Acid – proven to reach the joint in just two hours to provide cushioning and lubrication. Antioxidants Vitamin C & E also get in on the act, helping to reduce cell-damaging free radicals.

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