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Synoquin is a leading nutritional supplement with scientifically proven efficacy, that provides a safe and long-term approach to maintaining healthy joints. As pets age, their joints undergo degenerative changes, feeding Synoquin can supply the joints with the compounds they need to maximise the health of the cartilage and to produce healthy lubricating joint fluid.

Cats are good at hiding illness, however recent research indicates that arthritis occurs much earlier and is far more under-recognised in cats as they do not always show overt lameness.

The Dexahan contained in Synoquin is a concentrated source of krill which contains Omega 3 that is more easily digested and utilised by the body. The kill is sourced from environmentally friendly source.

Synoquin also contains pure, high quality Glucosamine and Chondroitin and is easy to administer as part of a daily feeding regieme.


Capsules are sprinkled into food or can be given whole.


Symptoms that may indicate a joint disorder in a cat:

  • Stiffness
  • Reduced activity
  • Inability to jump onto high surfaces
  • Poor coat condition due to a lack of proper grooming
  • Increased aggression
  • Difficulty toileting
  • Reduced appetite
  • Withdrawn behaviour


  1. Dexahan – high quality Omega 3 fatty acids
  2. Glucosamine – encourages manufacture of cartilage in the joint
  3. Chondroitin- helps maintain healthy cartilage and joint fluid
  4. Vitamin C – antioxidant
  5. Zinc- trace element essential in cartilage formation


  • Loading dose: ONE capsule AM and PM for the first 6 weeks; then reduce to
  • Maintenance dose: ONE capsule ONCE daily long term

It is always worth consulting with your Veterinarian or one of our YourPetPA Vets through telehealth online consultation if you suspect your pet is having joint issues. Along with supplements there are often other measures that can be taken to assist in minimising the onset of arthritis and to ensure sufficient pain management. Starting early to prevent issued is always the best strategy!

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  • 5

    The has worked wonders for our cat with diagnosed arhtritis of the shoulder.

    Posted by Barbara on 30th Jan 2023

    Our cat had had several xrays and nothing showed up. Eventually the vet saw arthritis. I asked if condroitin and glucosamine was available for cats and this is it. From badly limping to walking almost normally.

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