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Size: 132 count
  • Product Dimensions: 5.6 x 3.1 x 2 inches ; 12 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 13.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B003ULL1NQ
  • Item model number: B00410T4N4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (424 customer reviews)
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Cosequin DS Plus MSM Chewable Tablet Supplement Cosequin DS Plus MSM chewable tablets brings the benefit of sulfur, a vital building block for joints, cartilage, skin hair and nails. Features · A joint health supplement for dogs · Contains Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) · Economical for long-term maintenance · Contains FCHG49®† glucosamine hydrochloride (HCl) and TRH122®† sodium chondroitin sulfate, plus MSM · Tasty chewable tablets Item Specifications: Size 132 tablets Ingredients Glucosamine Hydrochloride minimum - 600 mg Sodium Chondroitin Sulfate minimum - 300 mg Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) minimum - 250 mg Manganese - 5 mg Instructions for Use: The recommended initial administration period is four to six weeks; however, some dogs may respond in a shorter period of time. The number of Cosequin DS Plus MSM chewable tablets may then be reduced to the maintenance level. Initial 4 to 6 Week Administration Period Up to 15 lbs 1/2 daily 16-30 lbs 1 daily 31-60 lbs 2 daily Over 60 lbs 3 daily Maintenance Level* Up to 15 lbs 1/2 every other day 16-30 lbs 1/2 daily 31-60 lbs 1 daily Over 60 lbs 1-2 daily *Once consistent improvement has been seen, these maintenance levels may be reduced to an every other day administration. The maintenance level can also be used long term on healthy dogs to help support their joints.w


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90 of 92 people found the following review helpful By S. Anderson on October 16, 2011
Size Name: 132 count Verified Purchase
My dog tore his cruciate ligament a year ago. The vet urged surgery. Other vets urged surgery. But our guy was older - 9 - and huge (Malamute @ 140 pounds with his winter fur...15 pounds lighter when we shave him in the summer), and 2 of his dog friends who were the same age died while in surgery.

At that same time the NYT published a study done on people with torn ACLs and their treatment. The results were statistically even between those who had surgery and those who opted out of surgery and did physical therapy. We didn't want to risk losing our dog to surgery and so tried out a few things, kind of nuttily bolstered by the NYT report (on humans). We treated our dog as though he'd just had surgery, and limited his walks to 5 mins a day. We iced his leg. We massaged his legs with tiger balm. We gave him traumeel to handle the pain (which suited him much better than the prescription pain killers). We chopped up vitamin c and niacin tabs in his food for the first 30 days. We changed his diet to a high end dog food that contained no wheat, no gluten. We cut back on his food so he wouldn't gain weight (which he didn't). We took him to a vet trained in accupuncture, which our dog loved. He used to do a little gimpy dance whenever we took him back to see her. And we gave him the Nutramax Cosequin DS Plus with MSM. We stopped the traumeel after a while, the niacin and vit c, the ice, and increased his walk time. We kept up with the Cosequin throughout. He kept getting a little better, a little better every week. And finally, about a month ago, almost a year later, we noticed that he was back to being the guy he's always been. We attribute this brand of Cosequin to a large part of his recovery. Everyone notices how peppy and agile he is now. We can now continue with our long walks of 1+ hours. We will continue with this Cosequin until the end of his time.
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36 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Carolle on August 20, 2011
Size Name: 132 count Verified Purchase
First let me say I did not think this would work for my dog. I hoped it would but I had my doubts. I have a 2yr old Bernese Mountain Dog. At about 9 months he developed a slight limp on his left front leg. It seemed to come and go and the vet was fairly sure it was Pano. So we basically waited it out. The limp seemed to stay and after a few more vet visits and a few yelps of pain we decided to x-ray all of his legs and joints. There was nothing to be found. We were told bring him home and try and rest the leg, which we did. This seemed to help. But there were still days that he looked to be hurting. We then got another BMD as a friend for him. One day while running around the yard playing with her he started limping and yelped in pain. Back to the vets. After a long and painful (only for me) examination the vet proclaimed," I cannot get any pain response", she thought it might be tendon or muscle related. She recommended MSM for inflammation.He gets sick with pain and nsaids meds. Try it for a few months and by fall if it's not better we will do ultrasounds and see what we find. After some research I decided to try the Cosequin DS plus MSM. Many people said it worked, few said it did not work. After about a week I started to see some difference in his gait and he seemed more confident with that leg. He still does not walk 100% perfect but his leg does have some atrophy. After 6 weeks and a bottle I am convinced enough to buy another and lower him down to the maintenance dosage. I am impressed with the difference in him and will continue to use this product. If the limp gets worse or the yelping reappears I will do more testing. For now ultrasounds and surgeries are hopefully not in his future. I would give this a 5 star but for the cost.Read more ›
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Scott F. on September 28, 2011
Size Name: 132 count Verified Purchase
I tried a few brands before finding this one, and the dogs act as if it is a treat! Our bigger dog tore his acl and had surgery a year ago, and in a recent x-ray the vet remarked how good the joint looked! I think the addition of this into his diet has helped tremendously in his healing process.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Clare B. Cross on March 27, 2011
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This product has made a difference in my 7 year old Corgi's life. He was limping and having trouble getting up to walk. We took him to the vets and found out he had arthritis. The vet said this product was a good choice. We have had our dog on it for a few months and will probably continue! It is a great product.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By pilar on February 2, 2012
Size Name: 132 count
My pug does well with this supplement. I can toss the big tablet in his mouth and he crunches it down without any problem. This is a much better experience than his first glucosamine supplement, which he would spit out. I do sometimes spread a little peanut butter on it to make it a more special treat, but he doesn't demand it like he would with the other one.

These chewable tablets are quite a bit larger than his last joint supplement, measuring about ¾ of an inch in diameter, but they are scored, so even smaller dogs are able to take them. The "DS" simply means double strength and compared to our last supplements, which contained 250 mg. of glucosamine, they are indeed double strength. But I also wanted these because they contained additional ingredients that work with the glucosamine to provide optimal joint health.

Cosequin has administration amounts on the labeling, along with complete instructions. When we first started on Cosequin, I gave my 23 lb. pug 1 tablet daily. The labeling said that the initial ramp-up period could be from four to six weeks, but I started seeing improvement in the second week of taking this tablet, when his "hopping" slowed down and instead of being every 3 strides, decreased to maybe every 10 strides. By the third week it had totally disappeared, so I was very relieved about that. At that time I cut back to one tablet every other day. I could do half a tablet every day, but for us it just easier to do every other day.

While Cosequin has worked wonders with our dog, I do have a complaint about the large size of the tablet. I'd rather give him a tablet every day as it's easier to remember. Yes, I could score it, but that's a hassle. So it'd be nice if they had a size for small dogs who don't need as much.
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