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savannah.96
Reg. Mar 2013
Posted 2014-03-07 11:58 PM
Subject: Joint supplements for dogs


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I know there was a thread on this awhile ago, but I can't seem to find it. My family has a female black lab and she's been our well loved family dog since she was a little puppy. She's getting up there (will be 13 yrs. old in April) and we're noticing she's getting stiff and slightly limping especially in the mornings when she first comes out of her dog house. We think its the beginning of arthritis and have been looking into getting her on a joint supplement to help make her more comfortable. We're also interested in any general health supplements as well. Any you've found that work well? Thanks!
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lindseylou2290
Reg. Aug 2013
Posted 2014-03-08 7:14 AM
Subject: RE: Joint supplements for dogs



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In my experience I've had great results with Platinum Performance CJ (canine, Duh). My B.C has arthritis in his front shoulders from keeping a crazy momma cow off of me and literally saving my life.

I like and chose the Platinum because of the research with their product but also for the guaranteed analysis of what is in the supplement, the made fresh dates on the package, and the best by dates on it too. I've had no problems getting him to eat it and at this point we don't even wet his food, he just cleans his entire bowl. And, the price was very comparable to other products on the market.

I think as long as you have a reputable product with Glucosamine and HA you can help the furry friends pretty well combat the arthritis.

Good luck!

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next thirty years
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Posted 2014-03-08 7:29 AM
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 I have had great luck with Lubrysin for my arthritic heeler. I will also give him previcox as needed. 
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Jenet
Reg. Nov 2011
Posted 2014-03-08 10:08 AM
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I've had success with PhyCox for my younger dog that has hip dysplasia.
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CanChasinCowgirl18
Reg. Aug 2007
Posted 2014-03-08 10:16 AM
Subject: RE: Joint supplements for dogs


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Tight joints plus. We were asked to make a dog version by multiple vets because they were having so much success treating joint and pain issues with the horse formula on dogs.
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savannah.96
Reg. Mar 2013
Posted 2014-03-08 6:05 PM
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Thanks everyone! I'm looking into the products you mentioned. I also came across Natural Stride Hip and Joint Support. Has anyone used this?
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Calangelo
Reg. Nov 2003
Posted 2014-03-08 6:47 PM
Subject: RE: Joint supplements for dogs


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For our old dog we used Glycoflex III chews and a few years and they worked great.   
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Sangria
Reg. Nov 2003
Posted 2014-03-08 7:29 PM
Subject: RE: Joint supplements for dogs



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About a year ago my dog started getting daily Cosequin tablets and monthly Adequan shots. I could see a lot of improvement. About 3 months ago I switched from Cosequin to Dasuquin and am seeing a slight improvement when he gets up after laying down for awhile.
 
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