Keep your kitty climbing high with the Nutramax Cosequin Joint Health Soft Chews Cat Supplement. Because all that pouncing, exploring and guarding the domain can take a toll on his joints, this supplement is specially formulated to support overall joint health and mobility. Featuring glucosamine and chondroitin, which are known for their joint benefits, it also has the added bonus of omega-3 fatty acids that support the skin and coat. Plus, it comes in a soft, tasty chew that is easy to administer!
Joint health supplement is recommended for cats at all life stages.
High-purity glucosamine, manganese and low molecular weight chondroitin work together to support joint health.
The addition of omega-3 fatty acids helps to support healthy skin and a shiny coat.
Made in the USA and comes in a tasty, chewable form that is easy to administer.
#1 veterinarian recommended joint health supplement, trusted for over 20 years by veterinarians and top trainers.
Store in a cool, dry area out of direct sunlight. Keep out of reach of children.
Our 15 1/2 year old cat has arthritis, but something she did made it worse. The vet prescribed an oral liquid pain reliever and it takes 2 of us to give it and not all gets into her. I read reviews on a bunch of these treats and decided to try this one. Our cat is finicky with treats and frequently throws up. This supplement worked very well. Not only is she walking much better, but she loves the treats and they stay down. The supplement is about the size of a pea and she has no problems what so ever taking it. Thanks to all who wrote good reviews.
17 year old kitty slowing down.....
on Jan 23, 2019
Our elderly cat, Sasha, has gotten to the point where her abililty to jump up/down on the couch is painful. We decided to try these since we both use similar supplements for our own arthritis. She gobbled them up for the first week, but then decided she didn't want them anymore. So, I tried breaking them up in quarters and hand feeding them to her. That did the trick, so no we have a less painful, but far more spoiled kitty in the house. Thank you Chewy for coming to the rescue with our rescue. Paw Power!!
Soft and chewy
on Dec 30, 2018
My Max will be 9 in 2019. A little over 8 years ago when my brother was a security guard at this factory in the town I used to live in. One morning around 6 am he calls me and says that he has something for me. I was like oh yeah what? He tells me that it's a cat. I'm like I need another cat like I need a hole in the head :) but knowing that I'd never turn away an animal, I said bring him to me. When my brother got off work that morning he brought the cat and put him in the laundry room until I woke and checked him out. When I went to see this cat he was a talker. First thing though I noticed was he had a limp. Apparently he had been showing up at my brothers work for 2 weeks and my brother wouldMy Max will be 9 in 2019. A little over 8 years ago when my brother was a security guard at this factory in the town I used to live in. One morning around 6 am he calls me and says that he has something for me. I was like oh yeah what? He tells me that it's a cat. I'm like I need another cat like I need a hole in the head :) but knowing that I'd never turn away an animal, I said bring him to me. When my brother got off work that morning he brought the cat and put him in the laundry room until I woke and checked him out. When I went to see this cat he was a talker. First thing though I noticed was he had a limp. Apparently he had been showing up at my brothers work for 2 weeks and my brother would feed him. Someone had dumped him. Anyways, I called him Maxwell. Max for short. I took him to the doctor and had xrays and it showed that he had a broken hip. The ball of the joint was broken off and a piece was stuck in the socket. Poor guy. Here he was walking around in pain and still happy to get loves. He had surgery and afterwards after he healed, sometimes through the years I see him limping a bit. This year though it hit him hard to where he didn't wanna hardly walk, and he was very grumpy which isnt Max. I bought these and I tell you they helped A LOT. They are soft and not real big. I break them in half and he likes them. The only thing is the price. Max is 9 lbs. I have 2 other cats with joint issues around the same weight, so it's a bit pricey on my budget of $750 a month. But if you can afford this product then get it. I wish this sold in bulk and at a good price because I'd buy it for my cats all the time.… more
Kind of large treats, but I notice gradual changes
on Dec 16, 2018
My cat has a hard time chewing these up compared to other treats. They are about twice the size of a Temptation treat. And I think it kind of turns him off. He'll pick it up eagerly, take one bite into this gooey treat and drop it. Maybe try one or two times, and if unsuccessful he'll just walk away.
The recommended dosing is to give him like 4 a day, but since he struggles with even one, I only give him one a day. I think it's been helping. Since adopting him, I've noticed he's had hip problems, but they seem to be a little less of a trouble for him since starting these 1/day for the last two weeks.
My cat loves these!
on Dec 31, 2018
I have a kitten who is going on 20 years, and she was getting stiff moving around etc. About a week after starting her on these treats (I mash them up in her food) she has been more affectionate and able to move better.
She liked these right out of the package, but she's finicky so I have to hide things so she won't turn her nose up.
Bottom line is, these are a right choice for your senior cat.
Worth the try
on Jan 5, 2019
My 17 year old cat really likes the taste and texture so does not have to be coaxed to take this medicine. It is suggested on the packaging that it will take a couple of months to see the maximum result, so I hope to see him move with less pain as the weeks go on. He already is moving more smoothly. I will be buying more.
Cat loves them
on Jan 31, 2019
I break these in half because my kitty is missing some teeth. He’s 16. He loves the taste. It hasn’t been a full month yet but I do believe it’s helping his arthritis pain.
Not for my cat
on Feb 13, 2019
These were recommended by our vet as a prophylactic treatment. Willie ate them 3 times and the party was over. He's pretty difficult to fool.
on Feb 1, 2019
We got this med for our 13 yr old cat who has difficulty jumping and using stairs. She has only taken it for about 10 days so too early to tell if it will help.
Not for my cats
on Jan 28, 2019
This sounded like a great idea however I have 3 cats and none of them would eat these soft chews. Plain or trying to disguise them they were not having these soft chews.