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Dasuquin with MSM for Dogs - Glyco-Flex II
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Dasuquin with MSM for Dogs
Glyco-Flex II
Product Type Chewable Tablet Chewable Tablet
How it works Maintains healthy joints Maintains healthy joints & connective tissue
Additional Benefits
Chondroitin 350 mg - for large dogs
250 mg - for small to medium dogs
N/A
Omega Fatty Acids
Manganese N/A 10 mg - for dogs
For Medium and Small Dogs 800 mg - for large dogs
400 mg - for small to medium dogs
500 mg - for dogs
Creatine N/A N/A
Perna N/A 600 mg
What Makes it Different? Avocado/Soybean Unsaponifiables Enhances Glucosamine and Chondroitin Specially formulated for dogs & cats with a moderate need for joint support.
How Long Does it Take to Work? 1-3 weeks 1-3 weeks
Usage Dasuquin with MSM for Dogs Usage Glyco-Flex II Usage
Taste Pork Liver Flavor Natural Imitation Roast Chicken Flavor
Ok to Use with RX Pain Medications? X mark X mark
Recommended For Dogs Dogs & Cats
Here's What Customers are Saying Pros "Definately worth the money to noticeabley improve your pet's quality of life" "My 14yr old pup is back and running once more thanks to GLYCO FLEX II "
Here's What Customers are Saying Cons "Only downfall is that I have to cut it up and put it in her dinner - she won't eat it by itself!" "Too big, too fragrant"
Vet Review Dasuquin with MSM product review: There is not a bigger field of nutritional supplementation than those growing number of products used to help with a chronic health problem like degenerative joint disease and arthritis. This product is a wonderful combination of synergistic nutrients that work together in helping inflamed or degenerating joints, including glucosamine, chondroitan sulfate, MSM and Avocado/soybean. The manufacturer Nutramax has done a wonderful job in working with veterinary schools and researchers in demonstrating the efficacy of this product in clinical trials. An animal guardian can be assured that the quality and type of ingredients used in this joint supplement are genuine, which is always a concern when using other cheaper over the counter imitations sold at many health food stores. The biggest problem I have with this product is the big expense, as well as a palatability problem in a small percentage of animals. In my practice, I have found that the glycoflex line by Vetriscience has performed equally as well in my hands and at a reduced cost to Dasuquin. I have also found that the often reliable 1800petmeds super joint enhancer also can be worthwhile trying first due to the huge cost difference. No matter which glucosamine/MSM supplement one decides on trying, I do find that combining use with a wonderful antioxidant free radical scavenger like proanthozone from 1800petmeds, as well as an omega 3 fatty acid all work even better , when used together in soothing inflamed joints. However I must give this product an overall rating of a 5 with a taste/ease of use a 4. Glycoflex II is middle stage product is an excellent choice for those pets with  moderate joint problems or arthritis. What separates this product out from Glyco-Flex classic and Glycol-Flex I is the amount of glucosamine, perna canaliculus  and MSM in the product, as the Glyco-Flex II does contain higher amounts of these nutrients.  While these level of nutrients are not needed in dogs with mild arthritis, dogs with more severe joint problems do benefit from these and other added nutrients in the Glyco-Flex II product.  It is made with the same trustworthiness and reliability as the other Glyco-Flex lines. This is often the product I will reach for that if in doubt about which Glyco-Flex formulation to use, you can¿t go wrong with this one, as it will not overdose or under dose any pets. As with the other products, the only cautions would be to check with your vet if a pet has a history of diabetes or urinary tract stones. I do love this product and give it an overall rating of 5 out of 5. With the development of these easy to administer chewable tablets, feline guardians do in fact find it alot easier to administer these wonderful joint supplements to often finicky felines.   I just love the wonderful combination of synergistic ingredients in this product.  Not only does it have the original Perna Canaliculus(green lipped mussel) of the Glycoflex classic formula, but also additional MSM, glucosamine, DMG and manganese  to promote joint health and reduce inflammation.   Given the lack of effective joint products available for arthritic or stiff felines, this will often be the first product I will reach for when treating lame or stiff cat.   I will even start cats preventatively on this supplement past middle age to help slow down the progression of degenerative joint disease as they age.   IT is very safe to use long term and a definite favorite of many veterinarians from the trustworthy Vetriscience company.  I give this product an overall ranking of a 5 out of 5.
How Much Do I Give My Pet? Depends on weight. Depends on weight.
RX Prescription Required? X mark X mark
Known Side Effects None None
Rare Side Effects None None
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