Single Bottle - NEO-K9® Clinical Formula

Single Bottle - NEO-K9® Clinical Formula

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NEO-K9 Clinical Formula is recommended by veterinarians. 


NEO-K9® Clinical Formula contains 90 tasty and chewable tablets in every bottle. The formula supports strong bones and healthy joints in dogs of all ages, sizes, and breeds.  It's the same as the Maintenance but with double strength Neo-PORTIN® Complex to help support dogs with more advanced needs.

  •   Keep your dog’s bones and joints healthy
  •   Help their joint comfort and keep your dog mobile
  •   Keep their cartilage and connective tissue healthy and strong
  •   Provide natural, clinically proven nutritional support
  •   An effective, multifunctional alternative to glucosamine
  •   Contains essential nutrients to maintain strong, healthy bones and joints


Neo-PORTIN® Complex: RNase-enriched Lactoferrin, Co-enzyme Q10, β-Glucan
Bone Co-Factors: Vitamin B6, Vitamin C, Vitamin D3, Vitamin E, Vitamin K
Bone Minerals: Calcium, Manganese, Magnesium, Zinc
Antioxidant Synergists: Quercetin, Selenium
Other Ingredients: Liver powder (porcine), dextrose, stearic acid, sunflower lecithin, silicon dioxide, sodium bicarbonate, magnesium stearate


Depending on their size your dog should take one to three NEO-K9® Clinical Formula tablets each day. Each bottle contains 90 tablets, and will last between 90 or 30 days.

Body weight Less than 4.5 kg 5 kg – 23 kg Over 23 kg
Tablets per day 1 2 3
One bottle lasts 90 days 45 days 30 days

Many of our canine friends act like NEO-K9® is a tasty treat! For most dogs they are easy to eat whole, but for smaller dogs or dogs with sensitive teeth you can easily crush the tablets. They should ideally be given with or following a meal. 

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Please note that safe use in pregnant animals or animals intended for breeding has not been clinically tested. Please consult your vet before giving NEO-K9® Clinical Formula to dogs who have blood-clotting disorders; are being treated with anti-coagulant medications; have diabetes or any other metabolic disorder; or have a history of urinary tract stones.