I wish I could review the effectiveness of these but I will have to stick with the tastiness claim. My 2 are not impressed. They refuse to eat them and the pills are too large to disguise in cheese or meat. Both are abandoned still laying in the floor.
My dog, Sprinkles, was diagnosed with IVDD and so his recovery has been a process. Our vet recommended Cosequin to help him. I’m usually on the fence about giving supplements to my dogs but I decided to try it and oh boy, do these supplements work. Before the supplements, Sprinkles never wanted to get up and move around but after about two weeks on the supplements, it was like Sprinkles was back and ready to take on the world. Now I will say that Sprinkles isn’t 100% being on these supplements for about 4 months but I would say he is at 90% which for his IVDD is pretty good. Sprinkles is a finicky eater so I crush half a pill (he weighs 8 lbs) and add it to his nightime snack and he eats it up no problem. If you’re super particular about feeding stuff to your dogs (like me), don’t be afraid to give this supplement to your dog :) Trust me, I’m the fur mom that studies labels and spends hours researching so I’m extremely particular:)
This seems to be helping my 8 1/2 year old German shorthaired pointer. He has arthritis. Since starting the chewable tablets, he has wanted to walk further distances with me. He likes the tablets and takes them without any issues.
So glad I bought this. Really helped my beagle. He was diagnosed with torn ACL. After taking Cosequin, he's running outside and up the stairs without limping or crying. Great stuff
Neither of our dogs would eat it, would spit out (and one of our dogs typically eats everything) tried hiding in different things still spit out, crushed into food and they refused to eat.
I don't give these everyday seems like every 3-4 works with my buddy he is 61 lbs. he didn't suffer any side effects either.
I image they serve the medicinal purpose but make dog is picky and won't eat them by them selves. I have to put them in her mouth. She is smart and picked out of her food.
Chewy does. good job taking care of my pets. Your deliveries are delivered on time. Your CSR"s are polite and efficient We had a little hick-up with my dog's dry food.on my last order. I was send the trout and pumpkin flavored flavored kibble . I mixed it in with his regular turkey and pumpkin dry food and he ate it, but not with much enthusiasm. I did not send it back because the last time I had to send pet food back, I was told to keep and donate it to a animal charity by chewy . Which I did.
My 13 year old ShitzPoo started holding his back leg up to put no pressure on it except when absolutely necessary. Started giving him this and he immediately stopped. He runs and jumps and has no further problems. The pill is kind of big so I have to break it in half or he just spits it out. I give him one every morning. Glad I found this to make his life pain free.
I have been giving these to my young Shepard since she turned one. Her older stepsister passed last year , 12yrs old . At two, she had knee surgery and I started giving her the maximum dose allowed. It really helped out her running and climbing stairs, for her remaining 10 yrs. Only makes sense to keep my young girl on a low dose to help maintain her hips and she really likes there taste.