(3 reviews)

Actistatin® Canine 120 Count Small Dog Soft Chews


Actistatin® Canine Small Dog Soft Chews are triple-patented and clinically proven joint support. Formulated for maximized absorption and increased bioavailablity, these soft chews will help enhance cartilage and soft tissue while fighting normal inflammation and free radicals. The added powerful antioxidants help blood flow. This 120 count soft chew tub is the most economical, effective and easy choice for small breeds requiring long-joint support. These soft chews provide fast-acting joint support.

60 Day Supply

  • Triple-patented Formula For Maximum Absorption
  • 60% Absorption to the Bloodstream - The Highest of ANY Oral Joint Supplement
  • Fights Normal Inflammatory Responses
  • Promotes Joint Synovial Fluid Production
  • Powerful Antioxidants & Omega-Rich Formula
  • No Loading Dose
  • Safe For Long Term Use


Actistatin® Canine 120 Count Small Dog Soft Chews Reviews

Based on 3 reviews

Great product... a bit pricy

Posted by Evana Andersen on Aug 6th 2020

This product works great for my pups! I have a 17 ur old with arthritis and he has barely any mobility issues and never complains since starting Actistatin over a year ago.. My tri-pawed also uses it as well to support her remaining hip joint that is doing the work of 2 legs. I will definitely continue to buy it. My only issue is how expensive it is, but I guess most supplements and pet products are these days.
Also, unfortunately my last shipment never arrived so I can't give 5 stars.

Actistating canine chews

Posted by ksfaux@cox.net on Apr 13th 2020

This is a great product. It has given my 13 year old dog a second lease on life. She has hip & tendon issues in the back legs and has calcification in 1 front leg. Thank you for this product.

Luxating patella

Posted by Lynne on Sep 3rd 2017

I have 2 Poms who have had stage 2 luxation in a back knee. They've been on this product for several years and are still at stage 2. They are 5 and 3 years of age and this product I believe has kept them at stage 2 with no surgery in the foreseeable future. Yea!