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Nutramax Cosequin EQUINE Powder Concentrate (1400 gm)

Nutramax Cosequin EQUINE Powder Concentrate (1400 gm)

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4.75 / 5 based on 4 Reviews

Product Description

Cosequin(R) Equine Powder Regardless of age, breed or discipline, the stress of everyday riding, training, and competition may result in wear and tear to articular cartilage, eventually affecting joint function and performance of the equine athelete. Cosequin(R) Equine Powder is the number one veterinarian-recommended joint health supplement brand. Cosequin is an exclusive formula of three important ingredients: TRH122(R) low molecular weight chondroitin sulfate, FCHG49(R) glucosamine hydrochloride, and manganese ascorbate. These ingredients have been scientifically formulated to support and maintain the health of your horse's joints. Published studies have shown that the specific combination of ingredients in Cosequin helps to maintain the structure of the cartilage while inhibiting the enzymes that break down cartilage. Cosequin is the only glucosamine/chondroitin sulfate brand that has been shown safe, bioavailable and effective in horses in published studies. Features: Veterinarian-recommended Proven safe, bio-available, and effective Develops cartilage Synovial fluid synthesis Promotes healthy joints Made in the U.S.A. Item Specifications: Each scoop contains: Manganese (From manganese ascorbate) minimum 16 mg Glucosamine Hydrochloride minimum 1,800 mg * Sodium Chondroitin Sulfate (Reported on a hydrous basis) minimum 600 mg * *Cosequin(R) contains FCHG49(R) Glucosamine and TRH122(R) Sodium Chondroitin Sulfate, Nutramax Laboratories(R) proprietary veterinary researched specifications. Directions for use: Add a small amount of water or molasses to get the powder to stick to dry feed. You may also administer orally. Mix with a small amount of water or molasses and dose orally with a syringe. Loading Dose: Under 600 lbs 2 scoops in AM & 2 scoops in PM 600 - 1200 lbs 3 scoops in AM & 3 scoops in PM Over 1200 lbs 4 scoops in AM & 4 scoops in PM Maintenance Dose: Under 600 lbs 1 scoop daily 600 - 1200 lbs 1-2 scoops daily Over 1200 lbs 2 scoops daily Size: 280 gm (84 scoops) 700 gm (212 scoops) 1400 gm (424 scoops) Scoop enclosed. Each level scoop is 3.3 grams Click here to watch the product video. see more...

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Nutramax Cosequin EQUINE Powder Concentrate (1400 gm)
Nutramax Cosequin EQUINE Powder Concentrate (1400 gm)
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Jillian S.
19 reviews
I have my 20 year old off the track thoroughbred on this and am so happy with the results. He doesn't come out stiff and still runs around like a 4 year old. He seems much more comfortable now that he is on this. He doesn't have too many joint issues, so I didn't think it was necessary to start him on the ASU or ASU Plus, but I would absolutely try those in the future if need be!
Eviley P.
Fresno, CA
38 reviews
The fact I can get a new phone case you want me and I don't think that I have a good have to be the best of the year and I don't think that the only thing that would make it to be the first time with you guys
Allison M.
50 reviews
A gelding I lease uses this and it definitely works quite well. He is a massive 17hh Warmblood and is getting a bit older, but still remains competitive.
Jessica L.
35 reviews
Love it for my horses and would recommend to anyone with them also great product
Christina A.
Las Vegas, NV
1643 reviews
Pet Lover Expert Level 2
What is this product exactly for?
Holly W.
Effingham, IL
76 reviews
I have a 16yr old gelding whom is 15hands that I have rescued of off a slaughter truck 5 years ago. I have known he has had navicular and ringbone and as he is getting older I can here his knees popping like when he kicks for flys or anything like that. He is on bute from the vet and he take joint supplements but I don't think they are working that well. Is there any one that could recommend something rather decent in price or would this help with arthritis as I no that is what he is getting now. He is nothing but a pasture pet but I don't want him to get uncomfortable! Would this help at all or something similar to this ? Anything would be great for information !!!! Thank you so much !

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