Nutramax Dasuquin with MSM Chewables
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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 under 60 pounds
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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.
Style: 150 COUNT | Size: Small/Medium Dog
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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. Our dog continued to be lethargic, stiff, and almost depressed. He used to love taking 2+ mile walks and playing in the yard. He did none of this now. It was really depressing to watch.
Again, back to Amazon, I did a lot of research and found Dasuquin with MSM. The reviews were glowing and the price was high. Naturally, I was skeptical that this new generation of joint care would be any different. I committed and started him on the "loading cycle."
After about 7 days, our old dog started to come back. His desire for walks started to return, he would hang out in the yard, and his confidence improved. At about 2-3 weeks (as the loading cycle completed and we moved to the maintenance cycle), his condition improved even more. At one month, he was about peaked. He now is the first one in-line for walks, wants to stay out the longest, will play in the yard all day, and is confident in doing so. It's like having a 2 year old dog again.
Now, after 14 months, we have him and his older brother on a strict maintenance of Dasuquin. Everything is the same as it was at a month in. He is 11 and is doing great. My sense is that as he started to feel better, he became more active. When he was more active, he built up his muscle tone. With increased muscle tone, he was able to be active and flexible and feel good about it. All in all, he is confident, happy, and active.
I really couldn't be happier with this product.
More recently I sold my brother-in-law on it for his 5 year old English Bulldog. His dog developed tender and sore back legs (common) and began to do less exercise due to discomfort. His experience was almost identical. Results at 1 week, improving up to 4 weeks, peaking and continuing for the past 6 months. He is very happy.
Most recently, I turned my mom onto it for her 11 year old German Shepherd with similar joint weakness and discomfort. After just 5 days, she is reporting that her dog has shown a big increase in energy and flexibility. She has been very happy so far and I expect that to continue.
All in all, I am extremely pleased with this product. It is one of the very few products I will sell people on. I believe in it wholeheartedly. It truly changed the life of our dog and we are very grateful to have found it.
My White Swiss Shepherd (27 inch tall at the withers and 80lbs )
got diagnosed with a severe arthritis and severe hip dysplasia when he was only 2.5 years old. He is 4 years old now iand needs a total hip replacement.
I started using this product about a year ago and after few months I noticed my dog doesn't need to take any other drugs or pain killers except for gabapentin that he takes twice a day + a fish oil pill (for human consumption).
My dog can walk and run (even though the doctor says he should NOT run, but I just can't stop him :D )
This product is a lifesaver.
My dog does NOT like it though and will not chew on it. So I either use a cheese grater and grate it and sprinkle on his food,
or I just cover it with a cream cheese. I do not use pill pockets for my dog's medicine. I just use cream cheese and cover the meds and this dasuquin pill with cream cheese and that's our daily routine. My dog's fave treat is cream cheese :D
He told me that I can have surgery for her and it will cost around $3,000.00 or I can give her these tables, she will have scar tissue but she will be able to run and play again, also he said don't be surprised if this happens to her other leg. Mind you my Chihuahua is like a Mexican jumping bean!! she is always running and playing.
With that said, these are miracle pills... SHE IS WONDERFUL and back to her old self in just a couple of weeks. She wanted to start playing in just a couple of days but I didn't let her run around for a couple of weeks just to make sure she is healed. I will be giving these to her for the rest of her life. Ohhhh... she weighs 9lbs, I gave her half a pill in the morning and half a pill dinner time. MAKE SURE YOU GIVE PILL WITH FOOD, I bought a pill cutter from Walmart (super cheap) so that it is easy to administer. She will not chew the pills, she does not like the taste. I read some reviews on this site and if you are not familiar with give medication to dogs or cats, ask your veterinarian to show you how to give medication. It is so easy. Just make sure to cut the tablet into small pieces, please refrain from not feeding you pet thinking that they will be hungry and then eat the pill. (I read that on a review, it will not work. Plus your pet needs to have nutrition to get better. Starving them is not the answer.
Sorry I am not passing judgment... just trying to help and hope that my review did.
They have truly been a lifesaver though. Originally he had not been able to go up the 3 steps to get in bed or he yipped if you tried to pick him up. We've been doing this for the last 3 years now and no more serious pain issues!