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    Anyone have any luck with supplements? Especially with aging dogs and joint problems.

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    For an aging dog, try Purina Pro-Plan "Bright Minds."
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    I have seen very good, measurable results with Phycoxx Max and Dasuquin Advanced for my Lab, who has arthritis in his hip.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Windjammer View Post
    I have seen very good, measurable results with Phycoxx Max and Dasuquin Advanced for my Lab, who has arthritis in his hip.
    I agree, we use Cosequin, MANDATORY!
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    Dasuquin and 1200 mg Fish Oil here.
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    Great, thank you for the advice!

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    Thanks for your recommendations! I'll take them into account

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    Purina is a good suplement. I use usually in my dogs foods.

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    Years ago I started a regimen of Dausequin flavored tabs and 2 fish oil caps both once a day taken prophylacticly. Started giving at 6 months old.
    Out of 6 dogs had one with blown knee. No other bone/joint problems.

    Don’t know if this makes a difference or not. Maybe old science, don’t know.
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