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randy g.
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Rating: 3

Okay

posted 6 years ago

for the price its a bit much and i wish my dog hannah , a pit mix, like the taste but i had to wrap it in cheese. honestly - i ended up buying these cookies with the same amount of glucosmine in it and taste better - at petsmart. cost less and she likes them. this is what my vet dispenses so i know it is a good product - if you are rich.

Pros: does benefit your pet

Cons: EXPENSIVE!!!

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amy a.
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Rating: 5

The Best!

posted 6 years ago

Okay. I've been around the blocks for many years trying the find the best Glucosemine supplement for my aging dogs. I went from Cosequin to Walgreens to Vitamin Cottage, to Glycoflex...

And yet, Cosequin comes up the winner every time. Better than anything I can buy on store shelves. It is a bit costly, but deals can be found on the internet. I've researched this type of supplement for years.

Cosequin is the BEST. Get out you wallet and know that it is worth it.

Pros: The best Supplement!

Cons: $$

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Tburge
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Rating: 3

Worth trying

posted 6 years ago

There is a lot of controversy over whether or not to feed joint supplements. I have seen real difference in using a food with glucosamine and chondroitin, so I know that the supplements can make a difference. Nutramax is a great company that works through veterinarians primarily, and you know you're getting a quality product. I think it's definitely worth trying in a dog with degenerative joint disease. I also think it would be helpful as a preventive measure for dogs that may be prone to such problems due to poor conformation, etc.

Pros: Good research behind the product

Cons: Can get expensive

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Susan H.
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Rating: 5

Supplement for my old guy

posted 6 years ago

I've had my Lab on these for a long time. He's almost 13. I just toss them in with his dry food and he gobbles them down. He's so old, it's hard to tell what works and what doesn't, but I feel it's a good supplement for him.

Pros: easy to chew

Cons: none

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Paul S.
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Rating: 2

Not strong enough

posted 6 years ago

I have a mastiff and even though this is supposed to be double strength, I had to feed my dog 4 tablets a day and still saw no benefit. It is seventy dollars a bottle for 120 tablets, so this was only lasting a month per dog, and I have three. I also saw no benefit. They need to make a triple or quadruple strength for larger dogs. I recommend the glycoflex III which I have my dogs on now. I have noticed great improvement in all three of them. They are stronger and cost the same per amount, so it lasts me twice as long for my money, and I get results with it where I got none with this product.

Pros: easy to feed

Cons: no benefit

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