TRP Tri Cox Reviews and Product Highlights
Help Fido fight off abnormal immune system response with TRP Tri Cox Soft Chews. Autoimmune diseases happen when the body harms healthy tissue along with sick tissue. While it isn’t fair or justified to claim that every pet owner should have a basic understanding of microbiology or medicine, knowing how the body reacts to changes and injury will help when maintaining Fido’s health, especially in cases associated with activity, weight gain and aging.
TRP Tri Cox is a product geared towards maintaining normal inflammatory response in dogs. It contains ingredients Bosswelia and Bromelain to ease pain and reduce inflammation, while introducing UC-II, an unaltered collagen (which makes up joints and bones). Inflammation is harmful as well as painful. When it happens to us the result is unpleasant, and we shouldn’t assume that is any different for our pets. Though dogs can’t speak we can see that they are in pain by lack of energy, inability or unease in ascending/descending a flight of stairs, and a quiet uninvolved attitude. An additional ingredient that is not normally found in other chews is Astaxanthin. These anti-oxidants combat free radicals while the remaining ingredients do their job aiding joints and tissue!
What does this medicated chewy tablet do?
Inflammation is a reaction of the body after injury or irritation occurs. It is painful and can lead to swelling and redness, and the muscle or skin tissue can even get hot. When this happens in bone joints, it can make movement difficult. Inflammation can also lead to further problems, such as tissue deterioration, if not treated. This is where TRP Tri Cox comes in. It reduces inflammation and targets cells that are produced during excessively inflamed conditions, which can eat away at cartilage tissue.
The best way to understand how TRP Tri Cox works is to visualize something that it resembles. When injury or immune issues arise, the body can send proteins to target the problem. Unfortunately, nature isn’t perfect and proteins can attack healthy tissue while targeting damaged tissue. TRP Tri Cox therefore blocks the excess “eater” proteins while introducing collagen, aiding in the prevention healthy tissue loss while adding collagen which builds joint tissue.
What are the main ingredients in TRP Tri Cox Soft Chews?
The main ingredients are:
- Creatine Monohydrate
- Bosswelia Serrate Extract
Glucosamine: This is a sugar molecule that is primarily responsible for synthesizing certain proteins and lipids in the body. In many organisms, glucosamine is responsible for creating the protective outer shell or exoskeleton. In mammals, in this case dogs, this molecule supports joint health by strengthening tissue and therefore reducing cartilage deterioration.
MSM: This is an abbreviation for methylsulfonylmethane. The full name may be useful to scientists for understanding the chemical composition, however for the purpose of this review, MSM works fine. This is a chemical naturally occurring in all organisms but can also be created in vitro. It contains dietary sulfur that works to keep cell membranes healthy, affecting muscles and joints.
Creatine: Recognized as a major ingredient in energy and protein shakes. It is naturally occuring in many protein sources and boosts strength and energy while increasing bone and muscle density. This supplement can therefore indirectly support and improve joint functions.
Bromelain: This is an enzyme that works as an anti-inflammatory, therefore reducing swelling and improving damaged muscles. It is used in medicine in humans as well as animals.
Bosswelia Serrate Extract: An aromatic plant found in India, Bosswelia is used to ease pain and improve joints problems associated with osteoarthritis.
UC-II: An unaltered strain of cartilage that is added to medicine for additional combative forces against arthritis and joint health problems. Cartilage is the fibers that make up muscles and tissues, and make up the cushion between joints.
EPA and DHA: These are two omega-3 fatty acids that come from fish oil. These oils reduce inflammation by inhibiting the breakdown of cartilage tissue by enzymes. It inhibits enzyme interaction. It is also helps improve the health of skin, nails, and immune system health.
Astaxanthin: These chemical boxers fight off cancers as well as muscle soreness and certain forms of arthritis. They are pigmented antioxidants normally found in red or pink seafood like lobster, crab or shrimp.
Recommended Dosage and Storage
Doses and frequency depends on the weight of the animal. Tri Cox soft chews come in regular and mini sizes. Directions should be printed on the container but it is always beneficial to double check with your veterinarian before giving your pet supplements.
Most pet owners found that these chewy treats worked and noticed marked improvement in their dogs mobility and energy levels within a few weeks. One owner stated that after several attempts with other joint medicine, they finally found success with TRP Tri Cox in as little as two weeks! Even older dogs, around 11 and 12 years old, have regained puppy-like behavior! Most of the problems seemed to come from upset stomachs, perhaps from taking doses that were too strong or not taking supplements with meals. There were also complaints unrelated to the medicine itself but geared towards online purchases. Amazon reviewers gave this medicated treat 4.6 ut of 5 stars.
TRP Tri Cox contains an array of unique ingredients that cover everything from joint health, tissue production, inflammation and pain reduction, and combating cancer-causing free radicals. These treats have received a number of positive reviews with many similar praises, especially from owners of older dogs. TRP has a product that is well liked, by owners, dogs, and this review! The only downfall is a rather cost-y price. A container of 120 chews can cost between $50-$60. But when your dog is concerned, is price an issue? That’s for you to decide!
As always consult your veterinarian before introducing your pet to new medication or medication-like items!