I clicked on the soft chews product but elected the higher count quantity and didn’t realize that the 150 count was a completely different product. My dog is toothless so now instead of giving him an easy soft chew, we have to crush up the harder “chewable” tablets onto a powder and sprinkle into food to administer the supplement. Not a deal breaker, but it is an extra undesired step. Just FYI for anyone trying to select between “soft chew” and “chewables”. Apparently the soft chews are not available in the 150 count bottle.
For those with senior dogs like my Daschound please keep giving. Made world if difference after 2 surgeries. Many teeth were pulled so can't do chewable. I take pills and hand break on the li e by just twisting. Then crumble in her bowl and add food on top then mix. I add organic unsalted dog broth to thin her food or get her to drink. She get cbd drop in am to help stiffness then at night to sleep. I slowly walk her, per vet, daily to avoid muscle break down. I have school close that she can run and enjoy even in winter. I put thick sweater on as they shovel for kids. She is losing site and hearing but loves meds and walks. Vet can't believe how she's bounced back.
Very disappointed with this product. I did so much research and was sure I picked the best supplement for my Corgi. Unfortunately, she is worse, not better. It's been about four months now. Expected better by now.
I previously got my glucosamine at Trader Joes but they stopped carrying it for dogs. I have replaced it with this and so far have had no problems. It was recommended to me by a friend.
I was referred to this pills back in 1995 by a surgeon for dogs. I have given it to all my dogs since then. It really keeps them walking without pain.
It is now 2 weeks since started with Dasuquin and you can see the difference with running and jumping , my dog even chews them without peanut butter.
I ordered this supplement for my doggo. I paid $75 for it at my Vet the first time, then I decided to look it up on Chewy, I got it soooo much cheaper and it came the next day!
We have been giving these to our dog for 8 years after acl surgery. She is 11 now and moves like a pup.
I have used this formulation for my dog (as well as similar formulations for my cat & horse, respectively). In all cases, there was a noticeable improvement in their comfort and ease of movement.
My picky senior dog stopped eating the soft chews so I thought I would try the tablets. Well, they are pretty large and hard. If you have a normal dog who wolfs down their food and has most of their teeth to chew with, you’ll probably be fine. I tried crushing it as well and it was too much powder to get her to eat. At her weight she’s supposed to start with 2 of these tablets. See photo. Back to the soft chews! The supplement itself has helped our 13 yr old lab/husky/pitt mix with her arthritis. Before we started using it she would groan when laying down. We saw results within a few weeks. I also tried switching to another highly rated supplement (when she stopped eating the soft chews) but it lacked chondroitin and her arthritis symptoms worsened while on it. Vet recommended switching back.