The Mobility Pill Wraps have been discontinued. They will be available while supplies last.

Happy Joints Mobility
Pill Wrap for dogs & cats

(1 customer review)
Full Size 5.6 oz, CBD-Free (approx. 40 ct)

With exceptional joint support ingredients including glucosamine, green lipped mussel and boswellia, along with omega 3-rich hemp seed oil, these versatile CBD-Free Chewables can be served as is to help ease discomfort or utilized as a moldable pocket for pill delivery.

Status of good standing with NASC


Light yellow canister of Treatibles Happy Joints Mobility Pill Wrap Chewables featuring a black cat and golden retriever along with two Chewables placed by the right front and a sunflower by the left front
How to wrap a pill or capsiule in a chewable.

happy joints formula benefits:


Glucosamine, green lipped mussel, boswellia and hyaluronic acid = exceptional joint support

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Ideal for both dogs and cats


Easy wraps around any pill for a tasty delivery option


150 mg Omega 3 (hemp seed oil)
125 mg Glucosamine HCL (shrimp & crab)
75 mg Green lipped mussel
50 mg Boswellia 65%
5 mg Hyaluronic Acid

More about our Quality Ingredients

Brewer’s Yeast, Calcium Propionate, Glycerin, Mixed Tocopherols, Salmon, Salt, Sunflower Lecithin, Water


Image of the back of the light yellow canister of Treatibles Happy Joints Mobility Pill Wrap Chewables for Dogs and Cats along with a sunflower over the top right side of the photo
Weight 0.39375 lbs
Dimensions 3.5 × 3.875 × 3.5 in

1 review for Happy Joints Mobility
Pill Wrap for dogs & cats

  1. Sally (verified owner)

    My 12yo shih poo loves these wraps. We have only used them a short time, but she has more spring in her step already.

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