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Nutramax Dasuquin with MSM Chewable Tablets for Dogs

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  • Provides complete joint health brand for dogs
  • With MSM, a naturally occuring, organic, sulfur-containing compound
  • Formulated from more than 10 years of clinical use and research
  • Ideal for dogs over 60 pounds
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Size: Large Dog (Over 60 lbs) | Unit Count: 150

Dasuquin with MSM is a new breed of joint health supplement in a tasty chewable tablet for dogs that goes beyond standard glucosamine supplements. It contains avocado/soybean unsaponifiables, or ASU, fortified with green tea, combined with glucosamine hydrochloride, MSM and low molecular weight chondroitin sulfate. It is the most complete joint support supplement available. Dasuquin with MSM is a non-prescription (OTC) product available as flavored, chewable tablets.

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Size: Large Dog (Over 60 lbs) | Unit Count: 150
  • Product Dimensions: 3.2 x 3.2 x 5 inches ; 12 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 12.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B000MCVGEA
  • Item model number: DASML150
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2,310 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #88 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Size: Large Dog (Over 60 lbs)Unit Count: 150
I have a 10.5 year old Rottweiler/German Shepherd mix. He has had some hip issues (that began with a fall on some ice a couple years ago). Because of this, I had him on a regimen of Glucosamine (1500mg) and MSM (1500mg). In addition to this, I give him fish oil capsules (approximately 2 - 6 per day). This helped him significantly (I assume the same sort of dramatic results as other reviewers are expressing about this product).

Just recently, I spoke to a new veterinarian who recommended the Dasuquin. It was pretty pricey, but I knew I needed to try it. I did research the ingredients first, and it appears that their "magic" ingredients are; Glucosamine, Chondroitin and Avocado/Soybean Usaponifiables. Well, okay...I guess it added the ASU - and I had not tried that yet, so I decided to go for it. What did I have to lose, except $85?

I have followed the recommended dosage and given this a full 2 months to work. I have noticed absolutely no difference. I wish he could tell me if he feels any different, but by all appearances, he seems the same. I originally tried to taper off of his original regimen to see if the Dasuquin would work better just by itself. He definitely seemed to struggle when I withheld the original Glucosamine that I had him on, so I have simply added the Dasuquin to the mix. He simply went back to the same that he was prior to beginning the Dasuquin. Sadly, I cannot say that the addition of the Dasuquin has changed anything for us.

My point? I am not doubting this product would have given me results - had he not already been on the supplements already. I just believe there is a more cost effective way to get very similar results. If money isn't an issue, or you do not have a membership to Costco or another warehouse, etc.
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Size: Large Dog (Over 60 lbs)Unit Count: 150 Verified Purchase
They have changed formula (I noticed they are a smooth beige color not grainy or speckled the way they were, they break easier but my dogs won't eat them anymore even if I break them up in their food , they used to chew them up like treats, very disappointed as they are not cheap!
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Size: Large Dog (Over 60 lbs)Unit Count: 150 Verified Purchase
Lab is 12. Has weak rear. Still very active. I'm going to continue using it because I know it can't hurt him. Glucosamide is controversial as to whether it does any good.
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Size: Small/Medium Dog (Under 60 lbs)Unit Count: 150 Verified Purchase
It is extremely rare that I place a "life changing" tag on anything. I don't live my life in superlatives and consider myself to be very critical when analyzing any products. I do not hand out 5-star reviews on every product I buy.

We have two beagles, now 11 and 13. The younger one started to slow down significantly about 2 years ago. He also became much hairier and was constantly seeking heat. The vet ran some tests and determined he had an underactive thyroid. We put him on thyroid medication and got his levels back to where they should be. Unfortunately, his energy and flexibility only improved slightly. He was still noticeably lethargic, loved laying in the Texas sun (even with the extra hair), and didn't have much motivation for his usual long walks.

The vet recommended glucosamine with MSM as some quick physical tests showed stiffening of his joints and tenderness in his back. The vet cautioned that since glucosamine is a supplement, it isn't regulated (read: no clinical trials required). Therefore, some glucosamines are as effective as a placebo. They recommended seeking guidance from a pharmacist or talking to other owners. I saw this as an opportunity to look into the rich reviews from Amazon.com.

I started off with a liquid glucosamine product. It had great reviews. Not only was it messy, but the dogs hated it. Yes, I proactively started giving it to our older dog, too. After the first bottle, I didn't see much of a difference. I tried a popular glucosamine pill after that and again, no difference.

We also tried a milk-based anti-inflammatory supplement as we had read that this may help. It did, but it was short-lived.

We started to wrap our heads around the fact that this might be the beginning of the end.
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By EwoK on December 31, 2014
Size: Large Dog (Over 60 lbs)Unit Count: 150 Verified Purchase
Pills are large, hard, and reek of horrible chemicals, my dog eats most anything but she wouldnt eat that. Not chewable as claimed, very very hard pills that cant be broken by hand.
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By RP on September 7, 2014
Size: Large Dog (Over 60 lbs)Unit Count: 150 Verified Purchase
I purchased Nutramax Dasuquin for my 5 year old English Mastiff who is having stiff leg muscles and joints, hoping that what the customer reviews I read would prove to be as good as claimed.
After giving my Mastiff only two days doses he became sick and had stomach upset, eventually vomiting after the last dose.
After speaking with my vet I was informed that stomach upset is a problem with this product. Therefore I will continue to give him his regular dosage of Solgar Glucosamine Chondroitin Complex. It seems to work best for him.
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Size: Small/Medium Dog (Under 60 lbs)Unit Count: 150
This works, however, the price is outrageous for something that is no more than glucosamine/chondroitin/msm. I started using Triflexin for our dogs instead. Triflexin - Alleviate Joint Pain and Stiffness. Rebuilds Damaged Cartilage and Connective Tissueswhich Has many more ingredients, more milligrams and is less than half the price. I wont be switching back. Triflexin is definitely a superior product.
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