Nutramax Cosequin DS PLUS MSM Chewable Tablets
This supplement has worked wonders for the vast majority of its canine customers. If you have concerns that your dog is beginning to struggle with joint mobility issues, as in running, jumping or just finding stairs more difficult to climb than usual, it could be relieved by using Nutramax Cosequin DS Plus MSM. With thousands of positive reviews and almost no negative feedback, this product yields ‘miracle like’ results for most.
Some customers also suggested that they consulted several veterinarians, all recommending a supplement with MSM, for improved joint mobility and joint pain relief. Available in a tasty, chewable tablet form, your dog will actually think these are treats, so its quite possible that you won’t need to disguise them in food.
- Plays an important role in maintaining joint function for dogs
- #1 veterinarian recommended retail joint health supplement brand
- With MSM, a naturally occuring, organic, sulfur-containing compound
- Supports mobility for a healthy lifestyle in dogs of all ages, sizes, and activity levels
- Please read all label information on delivery
The manufacturers recommended dosages can be found on the back of the bottle, which varies in accordance to your dogs weight. If you are just starting with these tables, they recommend an “initial period” of 4-6 weeks using the supplement, followed by an ongoing “maintenance level” where the dosage is reduced by approximately half of the initial period. Most dogs will respond quickly to the supplement, with many customers noticing big improvements within the first two weeks.
Small dogs under 15lbs should only require 1/2 a tablet daily to start, which can be dropped back to 1/2 every other day. 16 – 30 lbs usually require 1 daily, then drop back to 1 every other day, 31 – 60 lbs, 2 daily, then drop back to 1 daily. Large dogs over 60 lbs may need up to 3 tablets daily, which can be dropped back to 1-2 daily after the initial period. (This information is just a guide and may change depending on the specific product. Confirm the correct dosages, before purchasing/using this product).
The product is available in a range of sizes, and also as a bulk-buy. It is great value and can really benefit older dogs struggling with joint pain and mobility. Click the button for more information on this product.
As with all supplements, if you are not sure of your dog’s symptoms or condition, consult a veterinarian for advice.
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