NUTRAMAX Dasuquin Chewable Tablets Joint Health Supplement for Large Dogs, 84 count -

Nutramax Dasuquin Chewable Tablets Joint Health Supplement for Large Dogs

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  • Made in the United States with globally sourced ingredients.
  • Formulated with glucosamine, chondroitin sulfate and avocado/soybean unsaponifiables (ASU) to support your dog’s joint health.
  • MSM is a source of sulfur, which helps support joint health.
  • Chewable tablets are easy to feed, for dogs over 60 pounds.
  • Veterinarian formulated with high-quality ingredients to ensure supplement safety.

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Questions & Answers

29 Customer Questions

My dog does not chew the tablet but swallows it whole. Does that matter?
Answer by ChewyNov 09, 2018
These chewable tablets can be taken whole as well.

If I'm switching from cosequin to you product can I just start with one pill a day?
Answer by ChewyOct 27, 2018
Dasuquin and Cosequin are both dog joint supplements made by Nutramax Labs. The difference between Dasuquin and Cosequin is that Dasuquin also contains ASU, which is an additional ingredient believed to prevent cartilage erosion. Since your pet has already been taking Cosequin, there would not be a need to start Dasuquin with a loading dose.

What is the appropriate dosage for a 203# english mastiff?
Answer by ChewyOct 18, 2017
We encourage you to speak with your veterinarian to discuss whether or not this product will be sufficient for your pet as it is over the weight limit this product is recommended for.

Is this the same as the soft chew??
Answer by ChewyNov 23, 2017
This item has the same ingredients and amount of MSM as the Nutramax Dasuquin Soft Chews Joint Health Dog Supplement.

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Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Robin on Mar 17, 2023

too soon to tell

Have only been giving as prescribed for 4 days so its too soon to see how they work. Maybe my 4 dogs are in the minority but they don't find the taste appealing at all. I did switch from cosequin to these based on friends and relatives experience with dasuquin

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By JenB on Jan 23, 2023

Game changer for our senior Lab

Our 10 y.o. Labrador Retriever has always been an active girl. Like most Labs, she loves to run off leash, explore woods and swim. But lately she's been hesitant to walk down stairs and often takes days to recover from physical activity, resulting in her being sad/mopey/not her normal self. Our vet recommended Dasuquin to help lubricate our old girls' arthritic legs and it's been a godsend. She has pep in her walk, is less scared to walk down the stairs, and she can run/play longer than she has in months. She's not quite a puppy again, but she is definitely enjoying life and playing like a younger version of herself.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Teresa on Feb 23, 2023

Wish my dog liked these

I have a 10-year-old lab who's slowing down and my vet recommended these. Only problem is, he hates the taste! Any idea if the soft chews taste any different? Probably not, since they have identical ingredients. So, it's back to a chew he'll eat, even though this one comes highly rated.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Muzzy on Feb 24, 2023

Dasuquin joint supplement

My dog started taking Dasoquin for her joints December 2022. It is effective and has helped her with mobility. Buying from Chewy is definitely more cost effective then getting it from our vet.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Eddie on Nov 21, 2022

Maybe too early for a verdict

My Bulldog is a very active pup and super agile, so of course he hurt his back leg and had a slight limp. He was for a week on Rimidyl and Dasuquin. I continued with Dasuquin, so we are close to 4 weeks. No more limping so far, but he has now loose stool. Will reduce slightly dosage and continue until 6th week. Feel it helps, but my pup has trouble digesting Dasuquin and maybe switch him to a different brand.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By katie8 on Feb 9, 2023

dogs won't eat it!

My 3 large dogs absolutely refuse to eat these. Straight, chopped up or ground to powder and hidden in their food it's a no go.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Callie on Nov 17, 2022

Good flavor

They must have a good flavor because our picky eater takes them as a treat. The only problem is I have to break them into smaller pieces. For a big dog she has a small mouth. Shes a lab/spaniel. But its easier to keep track of 2 a day instead of smaller ones and having to try and give more.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Carlyn on Feb 7, 2023

My boy acts like a puppy!

My 10yr old German Shepherd has been on these about a year now and he has so much energy and plays like hes a puppy!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Sakari1 on Oct 18, 2022

Young dogs need it too

It helped my 16 year old mutt, now it's helping my young pup. My pup is now 18 months old. She was diagnosed with hip dysplasia at 5 months, had a surgery to fix one side at 6 months. She takes the supplement daily and I'm not sure if it's this but she's running around with her friends like a fool. She'd rather have a different treat but if I insist she eat it she will, then she gets something more tasty.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Zard on Sep 13, 2022

Wonderful Dasuquin

My old dog is really being helped by the vet suggested Dasuquin. I was surprised to see a difference in just a few days. She has no problem taking the big chewable pill. I must admit I put some fun topping on the pill because I wanted her to take it easily. As a side note one of my friends used it with her slowing down 16 year old cat and the cat continued to jump and climb until her passing at 18.