Nutramax Cosequin Sprinkle Capsules for Cats
Cosequin plays an important role in maintaining optimal joint function. Healthy articular (joint) cartilage is crucial to joint mobility. Cosequin helps support cartilage production and protect existing cartilage from deteriorating. Cosequin is the only joint health supplement brand that has been shown safe, effective, and bio-available in peer-reviewed, published, controlled, U.S. veterinary studies. Cosequin is manufactured following standards similar to those practiced by the pharmaceutical industry.
- Plays an important role in the maintenance of optimal joint function
- Contains 125 milligrams FCHG49 glucosamine and 100 milligrams TRH122 chondroitin sulfate per capsule
- Manufactured in accordance to standards similar to pharmaceutical industry
- Also recommended to support bladder health
- Please read all label information on delivery
There are not many joint support options available specifically for cats. There are some products used in dogs that are not as safe in cats. Cosequin has been shown to be safe in cats. Cosequin, a nutritional supplement, safely and effectively provides joint cartilage support while maintaining your cat’s comfort level. It contains tasty natural chicken- and tuna-flavored capsules specially formulated for cats. Each capsule contains a minimum of 125 milligrams of Glucosamine Hydrochloride, 100 milligrams of Sodium Chondroitin Sulfate, and 1 milligram of Manganese. It’s also recommended to help support urinary bladder health. Available in a variety of quantities, our pick is the 80 count (according to the directions on the bottle), should last 80 days for cats under 10lbs. Heavier cats may require an increased dose of up to 2x this amount. However, as always, please read all label information on delivery.
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