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Nutramax Dasuquin with MSM Soft Chews Joint Supplement for Small & Medium Dogs

Nutramax Dasuquin with MSM Soft Chews Joint Supplement for Small & Medium Dogs

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    Recommended by my vet

    By MamaBear1965 on Nov 21, 2021

    Our 85 lb mixed breed rescue, Rex, went severely lame shortly after we adopted him when he was 3 yrs old & our vet suspected a flare-up of an old injury. We opted for conservative management & treated him with rest, Dasuquin & ant-inflammatory meds as she recommended. At first his recovery was very slow Our 85 lb mixed breed rescue, Rex, went severely lame shortly after we adopted him when he was 3 yrs old & our vet suspected a flare-up of an old injury. We opted for conservative management & treated him with rest, Dasuquin & ant-inflammatory meds as she recommended. At first his recovery was very slow but in a 3-4 weeks he was noticeably more comfortable. We gradually increased his activity & he recovered beautifully. Now, 2 years later, Rex needs daily walks of at least a mile to wear him out! And he will walk as long as you will take him, he just loves his walks. He still takes the anti-inflammatory meds sometimes but at a much lower dose. We’re so grateful he’s comfortable & he will always get Dasuquin daily, which he thinks is a treat. He’s such a joy. … more

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    The trouble with Dasuquin.

    By Poppop on Nov 21, 2021

    Our girl, Lisby, 9+ years and showing signs of joint trouble. I have addressed this with various supplements. The latest attempt was Dasuquin. Lisby is generally a good eater and occasionally spits out pills such as medicine. Between pill pockets and getting them in her mouth, past her tongue they are Our girl, Lisby, 9+ years and showing signs of joint trouble. I have addressed this with various supplements. The latest attempt was Dasuquin. Lisby is generally a good eater and occasionally spits out pills such as medicine. Between pill pockets and getting them in her mouth, past her tongue they are manageable. Dasuquin comes as a chewable treat. She immediately rejected them. I’ll try to get her to take these again but do not think she will. The last product I tried for her was gummy and sticky. It became a congealed ball that had to be picked apart. However she snapped the small globs up and they did help her. … more

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