How Pet Bounce Formula Works for your Pets

ll-Natural Pet Bounce™ Contains Homeopathic Ingredients Traditionally Used to Help Relieve Painful Arthritis Symptoms

Dogs and cats from 1 to over 100 pounds can experience relief with ingredients historically used to help with the discomfort, swelling and stiffness associated with arthritis or joint pain with just 3 applications a day-5 to 15 drops in the mouth, depending on your pet’s weight. See ingredients page for complete list of ingredients and suggested use.

Our all-natural, plant-based homeopathic blend is designed to help alleviate the symptoms your pet may be experiencing safely and without side effects, so your family friend can resume activity with better mobility and more comfort.

Help Avoid the Vicious Cycle of Joint Discomfort

Healthy dogs and cats usually LOVE to run and play; but if your pet suffers from joint pain, it can start a vicious cycle. They no longer feel much like moving…and the less they move their joints, the stiffer and more painful they become.

Continued exercise is important for joint health-and Pet Bounce™ can help naturally relieve the discomfort that puts your pet on the sidelines so he or she feels more like getting up and around-and back to enjoying life!

You can help your dog or cat enjoy a healthier, more productive life naturally by maintaining a healthy lifestyle of exercise and proper nutrition for weight management, and by incorporating Pet Bounce™ Homeopathic Formula with ingredients homeopathic experts use to relieve joint pain, stiffness and swelling.

Why an Oral Formula?

The homeopathic liquid ingredients in Pet Bounce™ are designed to be absorbed quickly into the bloodstream via the mouth tissues-so you can be sure your pet gets the correct dose.

It’s easy to administer-a few drops and you’re done! And liquid ingredients go to work quickly… no forcing down pills and waiting for them to dissolve.

Is your dog or cat suffering from arthritis?

Our pets can’t speak for themselves, but you can tell when your family friend is hurting. Perhaps they’re having a bit of a difficult time getting up after resting, or more reluctant to jump up into your lap or go outside for a walk. Once boisterous and full of energy, your pet may now seem to slow down, have some difficulty walking, tire easily or seem less exuberant or even restless-and seeing them in pain makes you feel helpless, doesn’t it?

Your cat:

Lethargic-decreased appetite
Slight limping or favoring one side
Slight difficulty getting into/out of litter box
Less inclination to jump or climb
Reduced grooming

Your dog:

Licking affected joints
Falls behind on walks
Reduction in muscle tone/bulk
Mild swelling/heat in the joints
Slight Stiffness on rising/lying down
Somewhat reluctant to climb stairs