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If you want to raise a pet as a vegan, get a turtle.
Dave
· February 12, 2020
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MSM is an additional joint supplement. Some people even use MSM on it's own. I worked with show horses and race horses for ten years and we used a similar injectable equine version of Dasuquin that goes by a different name as well as an additional MSM supplement as at the time we were unaware of a combination formula. … see more MSM is an additional joint supplement. Some people even use MSM on it's own. I worked with show horses and race horses for ten years and we used a similar injectable equine version of Dasuquin that goes by a different name as well as an additional MSM supplement as at the time we were unaware of a combination formula. Basically two supplements in one. Hope this helps. see less MSM is an additional joint supplement. Some people even use MSM on it's own. I worked with show horses and race horses for ten years and we used a similar injectable equine version of Dasuquin that goes by a different name as well as an additional MSM supplement as at the time we were unaware of a combination formula. Basically two supplements in one. Hope this helps.
Rebecca
· June 27, 2014
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I've found prds by same CO that makes Denamarin -Nutrimaz. Caters to veterinarians. Ingredients are vague -SilBin (milk thistle) on strongest OTC is 1/2 of Denamarin from Vet.
So sure lot of Vets recommend. Their prds make me question if it's really fit for what it says, ingredients should be listed separately, then … see more
I've found prds by same CO that makes Denamarin -Nutrimaz. Caters to veterinarians. Ingredients are vague -SilBin (milk thistle) on strongest OTC is 1/2 of Denamarin from Vet.
So sure lot of Vets recommend. Their prds make me question if it's really fit for what it says, ingredients should be listed separately, then you determine what prd you feel from research fits your bill. Cosequin also by same Co. Given my 3 LG std Poodles seniors, can't tell much a difference & oldest is 12 years (60 lbs). see less
I've found prds by same CO that makes Denamarin -Nutrimaz. Caters to veterinarians. Ingredients are vague -SilBin (milk thistle) on strongest OTC is 1/2 of Denamarin from Vet.
So sure lot of Vets recommend. Their prds make me question if it's really fit for what it says, ingredients should be listed separately, then you determine what prd you feel from research fits your bill. Cosequin also by same Co. Given my 3 LG std Poodles seniors, can't tell much a difference & oldest is 12 years (60 lbs).

Katbird
· November 23, 2020
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The same thing happened to me. My initial bag was good, the chews were moist, chewy, not stuck together. The second bag I got in March 2018 were dry, hard, crumbly and a different color. I called customer service and they sent out another bag and I got it the next day. This one was better, but not as good as the fi… see more The same thing happened to me. My initial bag was good, the chews were moist, chewy, not stuck together. The second bag I got in March 2018 were dry, hard, crumbly and a different color. I called customer service and they sent out another bag and I got it the next day. This one was better, but not as good as the first bag. These were clumped together, kind of hard, but at least better than the 2nd bag. I keep them in a lock and lock container. I almost afraid to get another bag and the price has jumped significantly. see less The same thing happened to me. My initial bag was good, the chews were moist, chewy, not stuck together. The second bag I got in March 2018 were dry, hard, crumbly and a different color. I called customer service and they sent out another bag and I got it the next day. This one was better, but not as good as the first bag. These were clumped together, kind of hard, but at least better than the 2nd bag. I keep them in a lock and lock container. I almost afraid to get another bag and the price has jumped significantly.
Sue R.
· April 27, 2018
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Soft chews. Smells like beef. My dog eats them w/o tasting them
Maggie Chase
· April 12, 2018
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Here's my review I recently did; hope it helps you.
July 3, 2017- The first bag I bought from my vet who recommended Dasuquin chews. My dog loved them and these chews have helped a lot with his torn meniscus.
I recently bought a second bag through Amazon and my dog refuses to eat them. The chews are really hard and a… see more
Here's my review I recently did; hope it helps you.
July 3, 2017- The first bag I bought from my vet who recommended Dasuquin chews. My dog loved them and these chews have helped a lot with his torn meniscus.
I recently bought a second bag through Amazon and my dog refuses to eat them. The chews are really hard and arent soft like the bag I bought from the vet. Sell by date isnt until 12//2018!
I called Nutrimax who make Dasuquin and was told by customer service that these arent supposed to be sold on Amazon. Whoever is supplying this product may not be storing them properly. Nutrimax is going to replace the bag I bought here. Try buying from a veterinarian first. I'm giving the product 5 stars based on the purchase from my vet. see less
Here's my review I recently did; hope it helps you.
July 3, 2017- The first bag I bought from my vet who recommended Dasuquin chews. My dog loved them and these chews have helped a lot with his torn meniscus.
I recently bought a second bag through Amazon and my dog refuses to eat them. The chews are really hard and arent soft like the bag I bought from the vet. Sell by date isnt until 12//2018!
I called Nutrimax who make Dasuquin and was told by customer service that these arent supposed to be sold on Amazon. Whoever is supplying this product may not be storing them properly. Nutrimax is going to replace the bag I bought here. Try buying from a veterinarian first. I'm giving the product 5 stars based on the purchase from my vet.

Reno
· August 2, 2017
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what is msm
Samuella
· February 7, 2019
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The yellow has MSM and green doesn't. The vet said MSM is what my 5.5lb. Maltese needed.
He has done GREAT on this product, like a puppy again, and he's 13.

Joyce Byerly-Drew
· May 18, 2016
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the ones we just bought expire approx 1 year from now.
CT
· April 17, 2020