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There are tons of studies that show glucosamine/chondroitin is at least mildly effective. This link will get you started: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2465359/ . From there you will see there are lots of other links to studies published in reputable, peer-reviewed journals, like this PubMed link: http:/… see more There are tons of studies that show glucosamine/chondroitin is at least mildly effective. This link will get you started: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2465359/ . From there you will see there are lots of other links to studies published in reputable, peer-reviewed journals, like this PubMed link: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9476272 on the effectiveness of the ASUs in Dasaquin. This: http://veterinarymedicine.dvm360.com/vetmed/article/articleDetail.jsp?id=183428&sk=&date=&pageID=2 was a nice article on the effectiveness of various supplements on arthritis, and has a long list of references that you can put in a search engine to check out. The Nutramax website also has a list of medical studies that they say reference Dasuquin, but you'd have to use your own judgement in evaluating them (http://www.nutramaxlabs.com/animal-health-research/research-references?title=Dasuquin+the+Number+1+Veterinarian+Recommended+Joint+Health+Supplement+for+Dogs or just go on their website). see less There are tons of studies that show glucosamine/chondroitin is at least mildly effective. This link will get you started: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2465359/ . From there you will see there are lots of other links to studies published in reputable, peer-reviewed journals, like this PubMed link: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9476272 on the effectiveness of the ASUs in Dasaquin. This: http://veterinarymedicine.dvm360.com/vetmed/article/articleDetail.jsp?id=183428&sk=&date=&pageID=2 was a nice article on the effectiveness of various supplements on arthritis, and has a long list of references that you can put in a search engine to check out. The Nutramax website also has a list of medical studies that they say reference Dasuquin, but you'd have to use your own judgement in evaluating them (http://www.nutramaxlabs.com/animal-health-research/research-references?title=Dasuquin+the+Number+1+Veterinarian+Recommended+Joint+Health+Supplement+for+Dogs or just go on their website).
Jim
· May 9, 2014
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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 ordered one bag & they were dried out. Returned them for a replacement & that bag was dried out too.
VAO
· February 14, 2018
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This is very common dog behavior. There are many things that contain chemicals, and vitamins are chemicals, the dogs will think is a treat and then tire of. The reason I am looking is I have not found any product on this line that is really made for a dog treat. One possible exception is gel types but those are a bit m… see more This is very common dog behavior. There are many things that contain chemicals, and vitamins are chemicals, the dogs will think is a treat and then tire of. The reason I am looking is I have not found any product on this line that is really made for a dog treat. One possible exception is gel types but those are a bit messy. Many manufactures just repackage human type medicine for dogs as if dogs eat chew candy. Dogs that are used to high-quality food tend to need a high quality tree taste. see less This is very common dog behavior. There are many things that contain chemicals, and vitamins are chemicals, the dogs will think is a treat and then tire of. The reason I am looking is I have not found any product on this line that is really made for a dog treat. One possible exception is gel types but those are a bit messy. Many manufactures just repackage human type medicine for dogs as if dogs eat chew candy. Dogs that are used to high-quality food tend to need a high quality tree taste.
Mark Software Dev
· December 30, 2017
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Not sure that I can adequately answer your question - but - we use this for our old Cocker Spaniel with arthritis and joint issues - it seems to make his joints ache less - and was recommended by our vet. The MSM portion per our vet - helps with both skin issues - and also helps strengthen cartilage and joints. From … see more Not sure that I can adequately answer your question - but - we use this for our old Cocker Spaniel with arthritis and joint issues - it seems to make his joints ache less - and was recommended by our vet. The MSM portion per our vet - helps with both skin issues - and also helps strengthen cartilage and joints. From our perspective, it seems to be helping. Hope that helps! see less Not sure that I can adequately answer your question - but - we use this for our old Cocker Spaniel with arthritis and joint issues - it seems to make his joints ache less - and was recommended by our vet. The MSM portion per our vet - helps with both skin issues - and also helps strengthen cartilage and joints. From our perspective, it seems to be helping. Hope that helps!
Traci Meyer-Jones
· July 15, 2015
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Yellow has MSM
Marcia
· May 18, 2016
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I don't know.
jim steele sr.
· October 26, 2019
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That is probably what I would do, but I don't think it would hurt to feed your dog the ones for 60 pounds and over being he's so close.
Terri Shaleen
· September 24, 2019
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This ingredient is not in this product.
Amazon Customer fan udsqachr
· February 24, 2019