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Cosequin: Thoughts

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Does it work? Worth the cost? Side effects?
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It does work.
It provides a bit of extra mobility and pain relief for older dogs.

It needs to be in combination form.

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https://www.chewy.com/nutramax-cosequin ... /dp/163924
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Thanks
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With some of our dogs we have had good luck with Glucosamine Chondroiton.
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My 10 year old lab has been taking CosequinDS for over a year. A couple of years ago he started having trouble just jumping up on the couch. Two days after he started these tablets with his dinner he has been a different (younger acting dog). I know they work for sure.
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Thanks, everyone. Our year old Golden Retriever is now in Cosequin, hoping to ward off joint issues early on. We might also start our mini-Dachshund on it, in a much smaller dose, since she thinks she can fly and frequently hurdles off the couch, putting strain on her back with those tiny legs as landing gear.. She's only 8 months old, and her weight has doubled in the last 6 months, but we know Dachshunds tend to develop back and hip problems.

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here is something we use for our dog.

She tore the muscle off the bone in her back leg, from slipping on ice. And naturally, that leg will end up getting arthritis, so we started her on

Phycox and 6 years later still no issue with the leg.


https://www.amazon.com/Dechra-Phycox-Ch ... ies&sr=1-1
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Has anyone's dog had G/I issues from taking this supplement?
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PhyCox Canine Joint Support Soft Chews is also good stuff. We started giving it to our dog after she had her patella reattached to bone. We knew down the road it would give her issues, so we have been giving her the phycox since then.
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I also added fish oil to my dog’s diet. It’s made a world of difference. He can still get after rabbits. Can’t catch them, but but gives them a good chase with no after effects. Not bad for a 9 year old puggle. And don’t you DARE walk on his street…LOL. Please…don’t walk on his street.
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