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Re: Whats best for stiff joints 28 Oct 2011 20:57 #1571

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Good to hear that Gucci is doing well on the Glucosamine, i know what if feels like !!!
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Re: Whats best for stiff joints 30 Oct 2011 17:34 #1615

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I could do with trying that for my stiff limbs in a morning lol or is it me just getting old!!

Re: Whats best for stiff joints 30 Oct 2011 19:45 #1620

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it works on us humans too love

Re: Whats best for stiff joints 30 Oct 2011 23:07 #1626

The Glucosamine/chondroitin worked wonders fro my old Benny it`s worth giving them it as they get older even if the arthritis hasn`t set in, but always chat to the vet about the dose first
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Re: Whats best for stiff joints 23 Feb 2012 14:38 #3797

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Luckily, my vet was honest when I asked him the difference between human and doggy glucosamine. His answer was NONE apart from a massive price difference. He did say that glucosamine hydrochloride was far superior and that the cheaper glucosamine sulphate was useless.
I get my tablets from a company called healthspan, they are far cheaper than the high street and free postage.
Our Yoshi is doing far better now since taking them, he's only 2 1/2 but over 70Kg and we give him 3000mg a day on the vets advice.

Re: Whats best for stiff joints 23 Feb 2012 16:14 #3799

As I mentioned in my post, the glucosmine/chondroitin mix (rather than just the glucosamine) worked great on my old Benny, my vet said that it has to contain sulphate to help it to be digested. I used holland and Barrets ones for us humans, I took them to my vet to check tham over and he approved them and gave me the correct dose to give Benny
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