When should I use this product?
How is this different than other joint supplements for dogs on the market?
How is Free Range different from Cosequin DS & Nutramax Dasuquin?
Who is this product intended for?
Why should I be supplementing with Free Range joint supplement for dogs?
Are there other factors that contribute to joint pain & joint deterioration?
Are certain dog breeds more prone to joint issues than others?
How can I tell if it works?
How long before I should start noticing benefits?
How old should my dog be before giving them Free Range joint supplement for dogs?
Is Free Range Hip & Joint Supplement for Dogs a medication? Are there side effects?
Where is Free Range made?
Do you offer a subscription for repeat delivery?
How do I pause or cancel the subscribe & save option for repeat delivery?
When you throw a scoop or two of Free Range on your dog’s food every day, you’re ensuring healthy joints late into their career. Don’t wait for the limping to start. Your dog will thank you!
YOUR DOG IS AN ATHLETE. TREAT THEM LIKE ONE.
Packed With Joint Lubricating Nutrients
65% of dogs over the age of 7 end up with some form of arthritis. For active, hard working dogs like yours, that figure is even higher. Start now. It’s easier to prevent joint pain than it is to fix it once it sets in.
FREE RANGE IMPROVES JOINT HEALTH FROM DAY ONE
DOGS DIG IT
As Seen On
MOVE BETTER & EXTEND THEIR CAREER
WHAT THE PROS HAVE TO SAY
I try to relate it to how we are in sports. The people that put the time & work in are the ones that have the most success on the field.
To go that extra step & take care of maintenance with their joints, coat, & recovery as well is just going to give you more time in the field over their career.
Protect Your Dog’s Joints InLess Than A Minute
Simply scoop onto your dog’s food once per day to lubricate their joints.
Alpha Dog Free Range Review
I put off writing this review until having my Lab on it for almost a full month. I hate to say this, but I don't see any improvement with her refusing to put down one of her hind legs after even an moderate amount of exercise. Would it make sense to keep her on it for another 2 months and hope for the best?
We love the Free Range. After 2 CCL surgeries and a shoulder surgery, our pup needs all the help he can get. Free Range seems to help as he is active as he should be and loves the taste
Super easy to use...I mix into her food 2x a day. And no issues with her turning her nose at it. I have a lab and she can be finicky about her food/treats/supplements. My dog has a confirmed issue with her ACL, but our Vet says no surgery. So our hope is in conjunction with this supplement and reducing activity that she has improvement. I would like to update after we have a couple of months of use to see where we are at. After alot of research super happy to find this product!!