Collagen is the main structural protein found in skin and connective tissues like joints, tendons, cartilage, and ligaments. Approximately 30% of the total protein in a dog’s body is collagen with this important protein determining the strength and elasticity of an animal’s hair, bones, nails, and teeth. Is it no wonder then that collagen supplements can benefit our furry friends and not just our own bodies?

As our pets age, their capacity to produce collagen diminishes thus making them more susceptible to injuries, painful conditions of the bones and joints, as well as poor skin and coat health. Our pets also age more rapidly than we humans, with collagen protein depleting rapidly and often leaving your pet with health issues such as joint pain and arthritis. By providing additional collagen in your dog’s diet, the more likely you are to reduce the potential for such problems.

Adding collagen to your pet’s diet may assist with improved joint health and injury prevention.

Collagen aids in digestion by breaking down proteins and soothing the lining of the gut. It supports the health of the protective lining of the gastrointestinal tract by helping to form connective tissue and infusing the whole system with restorative amino acids.

70% of the protein in your dog’s skin is collage;, it is responsible for providing healthy skin, a soft, shiny coat and strong, powerful nails that are less likely to split as they grow.

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