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Benefits of the Supplement Fortetropin on Senior Dogs Mobility and Muscle Loss

As dogs age, they may experience reduced mobility due to a variety of factors such as arthritis, muscle

loss, and joint stiffness. This can greatly impact their quality of life and limit their ability to enjoy

activities they once loved. Fortunately, there are supplements available that can help improve mobility

and overall health in senior dogs. One such supplement is Fortetropin.

The Healthier Pet products now include our new product Myos, which contains Fortetropin.

Fortetropin is a natural supplement made from fertilized egg yolk that has been shown to have

numerous benefits for geriatric and senior dogs. One of the main benefits is its ability to improve muscle

mass and strength. As dogs age, they naturally lose muscle mass, which can lead to weakness and

reduced mobility. Fortetropin has been shown to help prevent muscle loss and even increase muscle

mass in older dogs.

In addition to improving muscle mass, Fortetropin also has anti-inflammatory properties that can help

reduce joint pain and stiffness. This is especially important for senior dogs with arthritis or other joint

conditions that can make it difficult for them to move around comfortably. By reducing inflammation,

Fortetropin can help improve mobility and overall comfort in these dogs.

Another benefit of Fortetropin is its ability to support immune function. As dogs age, their immune

systems may weaken, making them more susceptible to illness and disease. Fortetropin contains

immunoglobulins that can help boost the immune system and protect against infections and other

health issues.

Overall, Fortetropin is a safe and effective supplement for geriatric and senior dogs with reduced

mobility. It can help improve muscle mass and strength, reduce joint pain and stiffness, and support

immune function. If you have an older dog that is experiencing mobility issues, visit us at to see if our Myos product containing Fortetropin is a good solution for your Pet.



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