We rescued a 4 year old English Mastiff female from a rescue. We noticed that she was licking her lower joints on both front legs. They appeared to be slightly swollen to us. We ordered the Cosequin and started her on them as soon as they arrived. She no longer licks her front legs and the joints don't seem swollen anymore.
This is a product recommended by our vet to assist with my Belgian Mal's developing arthritis. So I'm sure it's a good product medically speaking. But my dog does not like the way they taste. If I can even get it into her mouth she drops it on the floor and gives me the Royal Disappointed Look. She will eat them if I bury them in yogurt or slather them in peanut butter, so that's what I'm doing.
My dog will occasionally sprain her leg and it takes about a week to improve. This time it was different as she is elderly. I bought this and after only 1 chew she had improved tremendously!! After 1 week she is back to herself. I will be giving her this for the rest of her life!
I buy these all the time. But I never know what I’m getting. One time they come in so soft and fresh and this last order was hard as a brick. My dogs can’t chew it. I’m very disappointed. I may have to go else where
My owner took be to vet cause she was concerned about my lack if use of my hubd leg. Vet wanted to put me on Gabepatin but my owner said too strong. Vet suggested Cosequin & my owner found this product. I'm feeling better and running in the yard again.
Foxie loves these treats & I think it helps her arthritis. I break it into 3 pieces so she thinks she’s getting more than one treat. Our vet recommended it.
My dog does not like them. Is there a jerky version perhaps. I broke them up & put them in his food. He quit eating his food. I hide them in cheese. He eats the cheese & spits them out. Ugh!
My 13 year old dog loved these. He thinks they are treats. I have given him two a day, and I can see a little improvement. He's only had them for a week. I will definitely buy these again.
I bought these as a change from the chewable tablets that my dog has started refusing. She’s not really a fan of these either. If I break them up into her food she’ll take it.
So I thought I would try these for my 8 year old Aussie that is starting to show signs of arthritis in his back legs. After reading reviews I figured I would be willing to try before taking my vet's advice and starting him on the awful chemical Rx. Started this in 12/23/22 and as of today 2/6/23 I have seen no change at all, at least not what I was hoping for. I am glad I bought the small size so not much money was wasted. He would turn his head at them and this boy is a treat freak so I turned it into the game of "give me your treat" so he would eat it before I got it. I am glad it works for some of your pets and I was I really hopeful it would work for my boy but.....😕 I guess it's on to the next