Integricare designed TRI-ACTA to provide pet owners with a proactive strategy to assist in creating a healthy joint environment by combining glucosamine and chondroitin in forms demonstrated to be active with MSM.
TRI-ACTA has a synergistic effect that enhances the synthesis of new cartilage, muscle tissue and ligaments. The synthesis of new cartilage treats the cartilage matrix at the cellular level and allows the body to heal itself.
TRI-ACTA is used in the treatment of age-related soreness, degenerative joint disease, arthritis, and ailments associated with hip dysplasia, injury, or surgery. It is also recommended as a preventative approach to maintain optimal joint health.
TRI-ACTA is designed to:
- Promote healthy cartilage
- Maintain collagen and connective tissue
- Protect joint tissues
- Decrease stiffness
- Improve mobility
For more information, please contact Integricare or ask your veterinarian.
Joint pain due to an imbalance in normal cartilage production is common and degeneration occurs naturally. TRI-ACTA is an ideal supplement which can be used daily to proactively prevent these conditions, alleviate the pain associated with them, and reverse the destructive process. For younger animals, TRI-ACTA promotes a healthy joint environment preventing, delaying or significantly reducing conditions that develop with age.
TRI-ACTA has been optimally designed to protect and maintain joint tissues, increase mobility, minimize inflammation and improve joint condition. TRI-ACTA normalizes cartilage metabolism, slows the breakdown of cartilage and allows the cartilage to regenerate.
The Tri-Acta Advantage!
- 100% active ingredients. NO FILLER!
- All Natural
- Therapeutic dosage
- Small serving size (1 g serving for a 35 lbs dog), resulting in better acceptance among all pets
- Economical, low cost per serving
- Pharmaceutical grade components
- Treats symptoms AND addresses the issue.
- Health Canada approved Low Risk Veterinary Health Product (LRVHP) designation.
Integricare follows GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) standards. Certificates of analysis have consistently validated our requirements for quality. We are very proud of the fact that we use only the highest quality ingredients with no fillers. Our labels make it easy to validate the contents in each container of an Integricare product.
Each 1 gram (1000mg) serving contains:
(Glucosamine Sulfate 250 mg, Glucosamine HCL 250 mg)
|Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM)||375 mg|
|Chondroitin Sulfate||125 mg|
ALL ACTIVE INGREDIENT – NO FILLER!
Recommended Daily Maintenance Level:
|Under 10 lbs. (4.5kg)||0.5 g|
|10-35 lbs. (4.5-16 kg)||1 g|
|35-75 lbs. (16-35 kg)||2 g|
|75-100 lbs. (35-50 kg)||3 g|
Using the measuring scoop provided, simply sprinkle desired amount on food.
For optimal results double the recommended daily maintenance level for up to 4 weeks. When desired improvement is noticeable, decrease dosage to the recommended maintenance level. The servings per dose may be divided over two meals daily.
The time to achieve a positive response will vary depending on the severity of each condition. If improvement is noticed within four weeks, proceed to the maintenance level. If not, continue the loading dose until the desired response is achieved and then reduce to the maintenance dose.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the use of TRI-ACTA, consult your veterinarian.
For more information, please contact Integricare or ask your veterinarian.
Thank you so much for taking the time to call me in person today. I am so glad that time has been good to you and the company. Appleridge had #3 GSD Obedience dog in Canada last year and the year before. In 2005 we had #1 Obedience dog of all breeds. Since we have been using your product TRI-ACTA, we have been fortunate to have all but 4 dogs certify. Amazingly impressive feet for any breeder.
Thank you for helping make that possible.
Appleridge German Shepherds
I have a 6 year old Australian Cattle Dog who was diagnosed with advanced Spondylosis about 6 months ago. She was in a lot of pain when standing up from sleeping or after any activity. She was unable to jump on to her favourite sleeping spot (my bed). Normally a very good natured dog, I noticed that she was keeping more to herself and looking very strained and tired. I tried your TRI-ACTA on the recommendation of a friend and the results have been remarkable. She has not limped or whimpered for 5 months and her temperament is back to being interactive, bossy and good natured and also back to sleeping in her favourite spot. I was not expecting much but was prepared to try anything before having to resort to pain killers.
We were incredibly lucky to stumble across your product right away.
Thank you from Gerdy and Sandra
Dear Mr. Brooks,
I wanted to relay to you and your company how pleased I am with your TRI-ACTA formulation for dogs and cats.
I was offered a free sample at the All About Pets show in London. I chose two dogs I thought might benefit the most, if it worked. These are my experiences.
“Rocket” is a retired multi- Best In Show winning show dog, who achieved his pinnacle of success in 1998, when he rated #1 miniature schnauzer in Canada. During his show career, lived with and stood as stud at his breeder’s. In 2001, one of his co-owners re-claimed him. In 2002 we began to notice signs of neurological impairment, affecting his back end. Alternately treated for short terms with Dexasono, and Metacam, the dogs condition continued deteriorating rapidly. X-rays indicated that several years earlier the dog had incurred an injury which, untreated, resulted in Degenerative Disc Disease. We were concerned the dog would have to be euthanized if pain control was not found. I decided he was trial #1.
“Tailr” is my stepfather’s dog. She was diagnosed with bi-lateral Legges Perthes Disease, and had surgery on both hip joints, removing the ball joints (July and November 2002). The vets predicted 6 months to 1 year recovery per hip. I decided that she would be Trial #2.
Both dogs were started on the same day, receiving “loading” doses, then placed on maintenance TRI-ACTA doses, sprinkled on their morning feeds.
To state my amazement at seeing Rocket “popping wheelies” and Tailr jumping up and down to get attention within days is understating the case. I watched years peel off Rocket’s demeanor, and Tailr is once again the playful pup trailing my stepfather everywhere.
I have recommended the product to several other individuals, including my veterinarians. I will continue to use this product. If you know who passed out the samples that day in London, give him my thanks!
Best wishes to you and your company, as you continue your endeavours.
I just wanted to put down in writing how pleased I am with Jackson’s progress to date.
As you know, Jackson was diagnosed with hip dysplasia at seven months of age. At that time, he had difficulty rising, going up stairs or running and was in significant pain. Dr. Taylor hoped that Jackson might be a candidate for a triple pelvic osteotomy and referred us to the University of Guelph for an assessment. We were greatly disappointed that his condition was too severe for him to be a candidate for that surgery. It appeared our only choice was to consider total hip replacement surgery when he had matured sufficiently.
On your advice, I asked the orthopaedic surgeon if we should give Jackson TRI-ACTA. He noted that while he could not guarantee it would help, he said, “it definitely would not hurt.”
We administered the TRI-ACTA to Jackson at the maximum range of the recommended dosage. After about 3 weeks, we stopped giving him Meloxicam. He has not needed it since. We also resumed walking him a minimum of 3/4 an hour a day and in the warm weather had him swim at least 10 minutes each day. We made sure his weight remained trim.
Jackson is now 18 months old and extremely active. Most people would not notice anything unusual about this dog, because I am always looking for signs. I do notice on occasion, a sign of slight stiffness or of him wanting to protect his hind quarters when “rough Housing” with other dogs. I suspect I let him exercise more and at a higher impact level than the surgeon would have wanted; but he really enjoys it.
Our good friends have a 6 year old Chow/Rottweiler. Tess has hip dysplasia as well as arthritis in a front leg. She is not a candidate for hip replacement surgery. Her condition had deteriorated this past summer to the point where she no longer wanted to go for a walk, had considerable difficulty in rising and appeared to be quite sore. At our urging they began giving Tess TRI-ACTA 6 months ago. Her improvement, although gradual in coming, is significant. She now looks forward to her walks, gets up with greater ease and no longer requires Bufferin for pain. They, like us are convinced that much of our pets’ improvement is attributed to TRI-ACTA.
Thanks for steering me towards this product and also the genuine interest you have shown in Jackson’s progress.