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Nutramax Dasuquin with MSM Joint Health Chewable Tablets Large Dog Supplement

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Nutramax has combined over ten years of clinical use and research on their joint health supplement Cosequin with their research in advanced joint health ingredients in developing Dasuquin, a cost-effective formulation for dogs. Dasuquin combines NMX1000 ASU (avocado/soybean unsaponifiables) and decaffeinated tea with Cosequin's FCHG49 glucosamine hydrochloride and TRH122 low molecular weight chondroitin sulfate to provide the most comprehensive joint health management formula available for dogs. Dasuquin is a dual synergistic formula: its specific glucosamine hydrochloride and low molecular weight chondroitin sulfate have demonstrated synergy in stimulating cartilage matrix production, while ASU also acts synergistically with glucosamine.

Key Benefits

  • \#1 veterinarian recommended brand
  • Chewable tablets for Large dogs (over 60 pounds)
  • Most comprehensive joint health management formula available for dogs
  • Formulated with the highest quality glucosamine, chondroitin, and ASU for further joint health support
  • Helps block enzymes in joints that break down cartilage and supports reparation and regeneration of new cartilage

Cautions

WARNING: Keep bottle out of reach of children.

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  • Item Number
    50679
  • Brand
    Dasuquin
  • Breed Size
    Large, Giant
  • Lifestage
    Adult
  • Made in
    United States
  • Supplement Form
    Chewable Tablet

Nutritional Info

Ingredients

Each Soft Chew Contains: Glucosamine Hydrochloride* 99% (900 mg), Sodium Chondroitin Sulfate* (Low Molecular Weight) (350 mg), Avocado/Soybean Unsaponifiables* (Asu) Powder (90 mg). Dasuquin Chewable Tablets In Formulations Containing MSM (Methylsulfonylmethane). Dasuquin with MSM Contains 400 mg MSM for Small to Medium Dogs and Dasuquin with MSM Contains 800 mg MSM for Large Dogs. Reported On A Hydrous Basis. Standardized to Contain A Minimum of 30% of Avocado/Soybean Unsaponifiables.

Feeding Instructions

Weight Initial Daily Feeding (tablets) Maintenance Daily Feeding (tablets)
60 - 120 lbs 2 1

Allow 4 - 6 weeks initially to note a response, though some dogs may respond sooner. If desired, the number of tablets may then be reduced to a maintenance level. The maintenance level can also be used long-term in healthy dogs to help support their joints. An individual dog’s needs may vary. To provide extra support to the joints, dogs on a maintenance level can be increased to the initial level as needed, e.g., on weekends or other times when they are more active. Store in a cool, dry area out of direct sunlight. Keep lid tightly secured to ensure freshness.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Dasuquin® for Dogs?

Dasuquin from Nutramax Laboratories Veterinary Sciences, Inc. is a joint health supplement for dogs that goes beyond standard glucosamine supplements. It contains NMX1000®* avocado/soybean unsaponifiables (ASU), green tea extract (EGCG), FCHG49®* glucosamine hydrochloride, and TRH122®* low molecular weight chondroitin sulfate in a chewable tablet and soft chew. It is a comprehensive joint support supplement.

What role do the glucosamine hydrochloride and low molecular weight chondroitin sulfate play?

The combination of the trademarked FCHG49 glucosamine hydrochloride and TRH122 low molecular weight chondroitin sulfate supports cartilage matrix production and helps block enzymes in joints that break down cartilage. These ingredients together have been shown in published studies to protect joint cartilage better than either ingredient alone. A greater than additive effect, known as a “synergistic” effect, on cartilage cells was seen using this glucosamine and low molecular weight chondroitin sulfate together.

What is ASU, and how does it work?

ASU stands for avocado/soybean unsaponifiables, an ingredient concentrated directly from avocados and soybeans that is used for joint health. ASU has been shown to improve joint function and comfort levels. Studies using cartilage cells have shown that ASU lowers the expression or production of several compounds involved in the process of cartilage breakdown in joints. ASU complements the positive effects of the other active ingredients in Dasuquin. The glucosamine in Dasuquin is synergistic with low molecular weight chondroitin sulfate and has been shown in cartilage cell studies to be synergistic with ASU. Of note NMX1000 avocado/soybean unsaponifiables, FCHG49 glucosamine hydrochloride and TRH122 low molecular weight chondroitin sulfate together were shown in cell studies to be better than the combination of glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate alone at inhibiting expression of several agents involved in the breakdown of cartilage. The highly absorbable green tea extract (EGCG) is rich in antioxidants, which have a positive effect on cartilage as well as on overall body defenses.

How do I know if my dog needs Dasuquin?

It may be a good time to ask your veterinarian about Dasuquin if you notice that your dog slows down during walks, does not get up easily, or is reluctant to climb stairs or jump into the car. Your veterinarian will examine your dog to determine if he/she could benefit from Dasuquin. If your veterinarian has already recommended Dasuquin, the sooner it is started the more opportunity your pet will have to respond. Your veterinarian may also suggest using Dasuquin as a protective measure. This can be important for maintaining an active life for many dogs, especially large breeds and working dogs of all sizes. Dasuquin may also be used to help support cartilage following joint surgery.

What should I be looking for when giving my dog Dasuquin?

Observe your dog closely, and notice whether your dog seems more comfortable doing those activities he seemed reluctant doing or had some trouble doing previously. Changes in your dog’s comfort level may occur gradually. Allow time for your dog to respond. It may take 4-6 weeks, though some dogs may respond sooner.

What else can I do for my dog?

Your veterinarian may recommend exercise, which is important for optimal joint function as well as weight control and the overall health of your pet. Joint movement is needed to circulate fluid around the cartilage as well as to bring nutrients and to remove waste products. It has been shown that when joints are immobilized, cartilage structures deteriorate at a rapid rate. You should ask your veterinarian, but in most cases, moderate exercise is recommended. Walking on sand or another soft surface or even swimming will help circulate needed nutrients and reduce excessive stress to the cartilage. It is important not to push your pet but to exercise at a comfortable pace.

Are there any safety concerns in dogs with Dasuquin use?

While sensitivity to avocados has been reported in a few dogs, taking Dasuquin tablets is not the same as eating whole avocados. The ASU in Dasuquin has been evaluated in a safety study in dogs, and no adverse effects were noted from administration. There are no known contraindications or known interactions between Dasuquin and any drug or supplement.

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Watch for the Warning Signs

Watch for the Warning Signs

If your pup displays the following warning signs of joint pain and cartilage breakdown, Dasuquin can help decrease or even eliminate them — allowing your dog to move around pain-free, while enhancing his quality of life.

  • Lower activity level
  • Difficulty sitting or standing
  • Stiff or uncomfortable when moving
  • Trouble getting up or down stairs
  • Decreased interest in interacting with toys, other animals or even you

Can Your Dog Benefit From Dasuquin?

All dogs can benefit from Dasuquin, not just those with joint pain and cartilage breakdown. In fact, even younger dogs and those with no warning signs can supplement with Dasuquin to help prevent future cartilage breakdown and enhance recovery when injury occurs.

All dogs can benefit from Dasuquin
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Quality Ingredients, Real Results

Dasuquin is manufactured in the USA using a proprietary combination of the highest quality ingredients — including high-purity glucosamine and low-molecular-weight chondroitin and manganese for enhanced absorption — following manufacturing standards adopted by the pharmaceutical industry.

  • Manufactured under strict quality standards
  • Each batch is tested to ensure it meets label claims
  • Available in a variety of formulas to meet your pet's needs

Triple Threat of Ingredients That Work

CHONDROITIN SULFATE

CHONDROITIN SULFATE

Blocks the naturally occurring enzymes that break down cartilage.

GLUCOSAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE

GLUCOSAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE

Acts as a building block of cartilage by keeping cells healthy and working properly.

AVOCADO/SOYBEAN UNSAPONIFIABLES

AVOCADO/SOYBEAN UNSAPONIFIABLES

Intensifies the activity of glucosamine and chondroitin.

About Nutramax Laboratories

Nutramax Laboratories has been researching and developing products for people and their pets since 1992. In that time they've become an industry leader, setting the bar for manufacturing and quality control, and creating products that make lives better — human and animal alike.

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    I have been using this with my 12 year old Aussie for 9-10 months and I have seen a marked improvement in his mobility. He has been training and competing in agility since a puppy. At age 7 I started him on a senior food with glucosamine/chondroitin. At age 10 I wanted to add more and tried several products. Dasuquin was recommended by a fellow agility trainer and found it perfect for my dog. I followed the directions for initial period and maintenance and have seen a difference in his movement. He averages 46# and usually purchase the one for medium dogs, under 60 pounds, but accidentally order the one for larger dogs....I can make it work. I'll soon be putting my 7 year old agility I have been using this with my 12 year old Aussie for 9-10 months and I have seen a marked improvement in his mobility. He has been training and competing in agility since a puppy. At age 7 I started him on a senior food with glucosamine/chondroitin. At age 10 I wanted to add more and tried several products. Dasuquin was recommended by a fellow agility trainer and found it perfect for my dog. I followed the directions for initial period and maintenance and have seen a difference in his movement. He averages 46# and usually purchase the one for medium dogs, under 60 pounds, but accidentally order the one for larger dogs....I can make it work. I'll soon be putting my 7 year old agility dog on this product. … more

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  • Must have for aging dogs

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    Great product at a great price. Have been buying these from the vet at an inflated price. Found these at Chewy and am tickled pink. Have two aging labs that benefit greatly from these. Would highly recommend these for aging dogs and purchasing from Chewy.

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  • quality product at a great price

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    Originally purchased this product through our vet for our 12 year old buddy "Max" and the price was ridiculous. I decided to check the price here and I was floored at the difference. Chewy offered a price difference that was incredible. I will be using Chewy a lot more in the future.

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  • Marked improvement in mobility.

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    My 4 year old, 75 pound Shepard Mix "Bubba" was having problems with mobility in his hind legs. There was a marked improvement within a few weeks of taking Dasuquin with MSM. Very satisfied with product as well as Chewy.com...

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  • Good product

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    My guy has to take these due to prior leg issues when he was young. He's 8 years old now, and still going strong with no signs of the leg problems coming back yet. He hates to take any kind of pill - these included. Even though they say they're chewable, my guy will not take them. These larger chews are easier to cut into quarters, which I then wrap in a small piece of cheese to feed him. He's a super picky eater anyway. But we do get these down, and they seem to do the trick.

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  • Same as vet

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    I was happy to find chewy carried this. It is the same as the one we got from the vet. The good news (beside the fact it is delivered) it cost about $4 less than the vet. Same count of 150. We have two golden retrievers that are almost 11 yrs old, they are costing more money to keep healthy.

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  • Vet recommended

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    My older golden retriever has some joint issues and developed a significant limp. The vet put him on a steroid regimen for a month along with the Dasuquin. It was recommended to continue the Dasuquin after the steroids were stopped and I've seen a big improvement. No more limping and he runs like he had before. I had started getting the dog food from Chewy and then realized they sold other pet products. They are now saving me $20.00 over the vet cost for this medication, which makes having an older pet more affordable! I really appreciate that Chewy has helped to make pet ownership more affordable in general. As you know, our pets make our world a lot better!

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  • dog won't eat

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    unfortunately I ordered the wrong version of Dasuquin for Ruby. I had received the soft chew version from my vet which Ruby enjoyed as a treat. when I decided to order from Chewy I got confused thinking what I ordered was the same as the soft chews. Well She avoids the tablet version. She even dislikes when I breakup the tablet into her food. Can you help with some credit so I can get the "soft Chew" type. ??

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  • tastes great my dog loves it

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    my vet recommended this for my dogs joints. her price was way higher than chewy and chewy shipped this out within 2 days. great service i will reorder again from chewy my vet makes enough money on me.

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  • Dogs won't eat it

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    I cannot get my dogs to eat any of the 'quin' products. Powdered, treat-form, or tablet, no matter what I try to disguise it. A useless product if they can't make it palatable to dogs!!! AND MY DOGS EAT EVERYTHING! Including lettuce, veggies, etc.

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