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Why is Nutramax Cosequin selling anything with Red #3? Nutramax said Blue dye #1 and Red dye #3 are in the capsule only and only in a very small amount. Who needs dye in a capsule anyway? I suppose we can take the product out of its capsule and maybe disguise it in some food, but will the cat eat it? I don't understand these companies that don't consider the health of animals first, and then the beauty of their products. If I could give no stars, I would.
My 15 year old girl was having issues getting comfortable, very stiff trying to lay down. A month on the Cosequin made a huge difference. At six weeks on the meds she was more active and sociable. Only drawback is getting the capsules apart is a little tricky with my old lady fingers!
My vet recommended this for my 15 year old kitties and it really works! I just needed to find the right dosage that worked for my kitties and all is well. I see some improvement with their arthritis.
The capsules open easily and adding the contents to wet food is easy. It apparently has no taste. My kitty eats her food with no issue. Too soon to tell if it helps. Only been 2 weeks since I started.
I noticed that my 16 year old cat was struggling to get onto & off of the bed & walking with a limp. Well, after 1 week Marley is climbing & scampering like a 2 year old! I just open the capsule & mix with a small amount of wet food & he laps it down.
I've tried a couple of ways to get this into my 17 year old cat, but no matter what I've tried, he will not touch the food I put it in. It can't help me if he won't take it. I guess he is just too smart for his britches, so he will have to stay in pain until I can find something else.
I think it's working. Anyways my cats probably need it anyways. It's easy to sprinkle and they eat it just fine.
Tried this for my 13+ cat who we realized was sitting down much slower than she used to. We gave this supplement about two months-- mixing it in with her wet food daily. She didn't seem to mind the taste which was good, but we but also didn't see much of a difference in how she was moving. We recently went to the vet to see if a prescription option would work better for us and she was doing better almost immediately. I only wish I hadn't just bought a new bottle of this stuff! I still think Cosequin was worth the try. Maybe it works for others?
I put a ittle wet food on a plate and sprinkle it with powder from 2 capsules every morning. It is too early to see if there is a change in her arthritis.
This is what I use for my cats and would recommend to anyone who have cats who jump on furniture tables and basically anything!