Mobility Supp  tm

Joint cartilages act like shock absorbers. Found between two hard bones, they prevent friction and lesions, which would be inevitable if they were not there. Water molecules make up 80% of the cartilage. These are contained in a network of 15% interwoven fibres, which form the structure, and 5% chondrocytes, the active cells of the cartilage.

The chondrocytes regulate synthesis and degradation inside the cartilage to keep the tissue healthy. Cartilage contains very few vessels, making healing difficult. When the joint is put under pressure, the water leaves the network, reducing the thickness of the cartilage. When the joint is returned to the resting state, the water returns.

Mechanical or biological events disrupt the balance of the degradation and synthesis of the articular chondrocytes, leading to morphological, biochemical, molecular and biomechanical changes that cause fibrillation, ulceration and a loss of joint cartilage, sclerosis of the subchondral bone and osteophyte production. These lesions cause limping, pain and restricted movement.


Glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate are vital components of cartilage. Curcumin and the polyphenols in green tea, including epigallocatechin gallate, are powerful natural antioxidants that help to neutralise free radicals.

The nutritional components of Miloa Mobility Supp TM work together to support the elasticity and strength of joint cartilage.


  • Glucosamine (from marine animals) 19%
  • Chondroitin sulfate 14%
  • Fish meal
  • Crustacean meal (Perna canaliculus)
    rich in essential fatty acids
  • Camellia sinensis (green tea)
    rich in polyphenols
  • Harpagophytum procumbens (Devil’s claw)
  • Curcumin-rich Curcuma longa (turmeric)


  • For dogs and cats < 10 kg:1/2 tab/d
  • Dogs between 10 and 20 kg: 1 tab/d
  • Dogs between 20 and 30 kg:2 tab/d
  • Dogs > 30 kg:3 tab/d

Follow your vet’s advice. The tablets are extremely palatable. Most cats and dogs will swallow them without fuss, but they can also be crushed and mixed with food.


Keep in a cool, dry place (< 25 °C). Use within 24 months of the date of manufacture. Keep out of reach of children. Close securely after use.


Box with 60 palatable tablets.
Each tablet weighing 2.15 g.
Net contents: 129 g.

They are using Mobility Supp tm

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Mrs. Marie Tandrya, is a high quality French Bulldog breeder which she sells in Switzerland for a pretty penny. A small breeder with a dozen dogs, two male reproducers, two retired females, two young females and six female reproducers. She keeps her females and buys the males. Everything was going well for Jolie, a three-year-old bred and pregnant female when her back went out at around 1 month of gestation. It is her second gestation. We were supposed to take X-rays to try to see the number of puppies a little later, but this episode had us moving up the date of the X-Rays to check the vertebrae, and.... one image of the lumbar vertebrae is not great. We are not surgeons, but we can guess that the L2 vertebra is quite old because we have the impression of a lipping of the vertebrae (ossification) in the L1-L2-L3. Though she has puppies worth €2,000 in her belly, so what to do in the immediate urgency. We do a shot of NSAIDs, but we want to avoid giving anti-inflammatory drugs for the duration of the gestation. So, we are trying the Mobility Supp TM all month long which gave good results. The gestation is coming to an end with 7 puppies delivered via caesarean section, alive and that were able to be sold. During that month the female moved normally. Of course Jolie will be removed from reproduction because we had X-rays done on her father and the images are not good either so there is certainly a genetic transmission. For the moment, Mrs. Tandrya continues the Mobility Supp TM with cures of 15 days when the pain returns in order to place the female into retirement with someone who will take her in with knowledge of how and why.

Dr Etienne Ventard

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We put in place a treatment with Mobility Supp TM for Socrates, a 12-year-old castrated male Beauceron dog, because he had recurrent joint pains with numerous episodes of limping. Socrates was finding it more and more difficult to move around. Socrates has been taking his supplement for six months. Since being on Mobility Supp TM, Socrates is much more flexible. He has found his fervour during walks and only rarely limps. He manages to follow his fellow friends during the outings without showing signs of limping. Mobility Supp TM gives him daily comfort to limit joint pain related to his age.

Dr. Vinciane Pirotte - Veterinary Clinic Du Levant - Ligny-en-Barrois

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A 15-year-old cross bred farm dog, who mostly uses the couch of the farm leading a peaceful existence in the Auxoise countryside after 4 years of couch surfing in a 20 m² apartment during Charline’s studies in Liege Belgium. She wasn’t even a guinea-pig at the University of Liege Veterinarian Department. Everything was going well when Charline wanted to do a pre-anaesthesia check-up to see if they could put Shaïna under in order to remove a lipoma from her thigh. The check-up was not very good with liver markers going in all directions. It was decided not to operate but… Shaïna was getting worse not eating, losing weight, and vomiting most likely after the stress of the blood exam and the transit to the clinic (It was a long way from the couch). At that moment, the worst-case scenario was thought of, she lost 2 kilos. The representative from Miloa had just came by, so we tried a treatment with Hepa Supp TM (without a great conviction it must be said, but it would have been the same with another speciality) When then… The dog started getting better, eating and even gaining 3 kilos in one month. More tests were then done and only a high level of bilirubin was detected, the tests were not pushed further. She had two months of Hepa Supp TM (a double dose in the first month then a simple dose the next) She is now on Royal Canin liver specific dry food and takes Mobility Supp TM as well because she was starting to have pain in her paws but everything is going well now.

Charline M. - Liège

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Abyss is a 13-year-old American female Stafford Terrier. She has been experiencing locomoteur difficulties for 3 months with slight posterior paresis and quite severe pain. She eats kibbles for osteoarthritis and has been given anti-inflammatory drugs but has had vomiting, which has resulted in her stopping the treatment. We decided with her owner to place her under Miloa’s Mobility Supp TM, at the dose of 3 tablets per day. After 8 days, Abyss was relieved, she is in less pain and gets up more easily. The cure has been going on for 3 weeks now, she is more agile and does not seem to hurt anymore.

Dr. Buchet - Veterinary