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Hylox Soft Chews


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60-Count
  • A veterinary strength nutritional supplement with health benefits.
  • Recommended to support joint mobility and healthy bone structure.
  • Provides enhanced antioxidant protection and Omega-3 Fatty Acids.
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Product Details

Size: 60-Count
  • Product Dimensions: 15.3 x 10.3 x 7.5 inches ; 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004OA5ZD4
  • Item model number: HYLOX60SC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (86 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #157,621 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

Size: 60-Count

Hylox Soft Chews is a veterinary strength nutritional supplement with health benefits. Recommended to support joint mobility and healthy bone structure. Provides enhanced antioxidant protection and Omega-3 Fatty Acids. Directions: Hylox Soft Chews are to be given orally for administration. After 6 weeks, the dosage can be reduced as positive results are seen. Since each pet's body is different, results may take longer in some pets.

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My dogs love the Hylox.
Shelley Reich
We will continue to keep supplement her diet with these as she is part of the family.
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I can still tell that she's tender..... but her hurt is so much better than it was!
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67 of 70 people found the following review helpful By Diane M on November 21, 2010
Size Name: 120-Count
I entered this in reply to someone else's question but thought it would be useful to post it as a separate review so it's easier for people to find this information:
Phycox or Phycox JS appear to be the same product, but Hylox is a completely different product. For some bizarre reason apparently Amazon imported the reviews for Phycox to this new product called Hylox. Maybe they were confused? Amazon sells both Phycox and Hylox. You can read the list of ingredients for both these products at the seller's own website, entirelypets.com. It *appears* to me that they both use naturally-derived Cox-2 inhibitors. Phycox uses Phycocyanin, that they've altered in some way to make it proprietary so it's tradmarked, and Hylox uses Sodium Hyaluronate. Another product called Arthrisoothe Gold, uses Hyaluronic Acid; a friend of mine is using that product and says it's making a HUGE difference for her dog. I'm not sure how similar Hyaluronic Acid and Sodium Hyaluronate are but it seems from their names that they must be related. I have been using Phycox and do notice a significant difference in my dog, but was looking to see if Hylox or Arthrisoothe might work better or be a better deal. Note though, that in calculating value, you can't just compare directly on quantity because dosages are different. Hylox looks like a better deal on the surface than Phycox, but for my dog's weight range (61-100) the maintenance dose is twice as many Hylox chews (4 daily) than Phycox chews (2 daily). The Arthrisoothe Gold dose is a range of 1.5 to 2 chews daily). Good luck!
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By J. Taylor on September 29, 2008
Size Name: 120-Count
My vet recommended these chews for my 9 year old German Shepherd just diagnosed with hip dysplasia, degenerative disc disease and arthritis. A 120 count bottle of them at the vet would have cost me $70!!! This product is wonderful and doing wonders for Ben. He is more active now and not in as much pain. He also likes the taste, I think they smell but he loves them and thinks they are treats! I would recommend these to anyone. Thank you for this product...and for offering it cheaper than I found it anywhere else!!!!
JT
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By katlv on November 11, 2008
Size Name: 120-Count
I have a mutant Llaso Aspo. He is a stout 40 pounds, built more like a bulldog than a Llaso. He developed a limp in his back leg. The vet said he is developing hip displaysia. I gave him something the vet gave me, but I didnt see any results. My friend's dog has similar problems. Her vet gave her a sample of this. Her dog didn't like them so she gave it to me. My mutant liked it. I went ahead and ordered it from here (was cheapest) and have been given him some everyday. Before he had stopped jumping on the bed and was a little mopey, probably because he was achy. I have been giving this to him for 3 months now and what a difference. He plays again and jumps without any problem. I give him 2 a day. I take off a little peice and give it to my Shihtzu so she doesnt feel left out. She is healthy, but I figured it couldn't hurt! I will continue to purchase these for the health of my mutant.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By LM-RN on June 23, 2009
Size Name: 120-Count
I have a 12+ year old Sheltie with joint issues. Therapies tried were glucosamine/chondroitin and msm combinations along with some gentle daily musculoskeletal massage. The results were disappointing. There was small improvement but not significant enough to give my pet a better quality of life. I am student working on my Master of Nursing and my pet's vet asked if I could evaluate a product that he was using for his pet. From my understanding, the benefits showed moderate to much improved joint mobility, decreased pain, and an increase in ambulation of all extremities from using Phycox.
Well, WOW!!! I was joyously happy to evaluate Phycox for the opportunity to give my pet some relief.
I consistently administered Phycox for three weeks. After approximately a week and a half, I did see some small improvement. My pet was quicker to rise and he followed me into the household rooms more often. I was thrilled. However, I thought perhaps that I was also biased and my perception of the product results skewed because I wanted it to work so badly. By the end of the third week of using the product, my pet had markedly improved. Albeit, he was not a zippy 7 year old pup again, but he was living life more comfortably and able to move more freely. His comfort means so much to me.
I discontinued the product after three weeks. My pet finished the product and the evaluation period ended. After one week of discontinuing the product, I noticed his joint movement slowly deteriorate. Then, of all things, my husband (no prior knowledge of our pet taking the Phycox), turns to me and says "is he ok? He doesn't seem to be moving around like he was. I just took him outside and he isn't running around the yard like he has been. He went to the bathroom and stood there and came in." Oh, my!!!!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Edger on March 21, 2009
Size Name: 120-Count Verified Purchase
Our dog (black lab mutt mix) was limping badly due to what was most likely arthritis in her hip. Our vet recommended this product. After three days of giving our eleven year old dog the chews, we noticed a difference. After a week she was her normal active self. She loves the chews (thinks she is getting a treat), and we intend to keep on using them.
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