Cosequin Optimized with MSM - 1400 gm

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With MSM 1400 gram
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(84 day supply)

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Product Summary:

Cosequin Optimized With MSM

The new formula of Cosequin Optimized for horses contains higher levels of active ingredients for improved joint health. Cosequin Optimized with MSM provides 14,400mg Glucosamine HCI administration and features a new apple flavor.

Item Specifications:

Ingredients per 16.5g scoop:
Manganese: 32mg
Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM): 5000mg
Glucosamine Hydrochloride: 7200mg
Chondroitin Sulfate: 1200mg

Feeding Instructions:
For horses over 600 lb., feed two scoops (33g) daily for 2-4 weeks, then feed one scoop (16.5g) daily for maintenance.

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I was told by my horse's veterinarian to use this product for my horse's hocks.
Lisa W on Mar 3, 2017
suggested by my vet, would like to see if it helps my horses flexibility and stiffness
CARLINE B on Aug 17, 2016
My vet recommended it.
Sherry A on Sep 26, 2016
Helps my horse with her arthritic knees by 25%
Diane H on Jul 1, 2016
Can this product be given to a llama? My vet suggested all the ingredients this product contains but
Llama supplement sites do have all combined
A shopper on Dec 31, 2015
Best Answer: wow, interesting....#1 the vet would know best.
I have been buying this product for years for my 30 yr. old Arabian horse. I have seen an improvement in his activity since starting him on this. He seems to enjoy getting down and rolling now and it use to look painful for him. Sorry my experience is limited since I have not ridden him in 3 or more years. I do believe he is more comfortable.
Reply · Report · Dawna A on Jan 19, 2016
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Is this pellets or powder?
Stephanie H on Jan 4, 2016
Best Answer: cosequin is a powder and easy to feed. included is a small scoop. just add to feed (twice a day to start) and follow directions. have not had a problems mixing with regular grain. sure helps my older mule when using him harder than usual.
Reply · Report · helen k on Jan 5, 2016
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what about a young horse 3 or 4 yr old in pleasure training ?
A shopper on Dec 23, 2016
Best Answer: This is not a necessary supplement for a younger horse in pleasure training. Probably not harmful but there are better all-round supplements for younger horses in training, which can help with topline development, strong hooves, etc. (look for 'performance' in the description).
Reply · Report · Carolyn K on Dec 23, 2016
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My Horse does good with two scoops per day. Is this going to affect his stomach in the long run? Thanks, Pam
Pam K on Mar 11, 2014
Best Answer: Hi Pam

I have been feeding it for about 6-7 mo. It was recommended by my vet for a 17 year QH mare with ring bone in her right rear. She is pregnant and my vet knows this and he still recommended it for her. I have had no problems with her stomach so far and since my vet recommended it for her even while pregnant I don’t think it should be problem.

Each horse is different so I can’t say for sure how it will work with your horse but for mine it has worked very well.

Toni
Reply · Report · Toni S on Mar 11, 2014
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I started using Cosequin with MSM on my 30 year old large Quarter Horse gelding about 5 months ago. We started with giving him between 1-2 scoops in the morning and night. We now give him 1 1/2 scoops in the morning and evening. I have two questions::
1) Is this too high of a dosage to give continuously?

2) We mix it in his mash and it dissolves in there. Is this as effective a method as giving it to him directly with treats?

Thank you for any help you can offer?
Sunny on Aug 14, 2016
Best Answer: I would recommend talking with your vet about this. I only give my Arabian 1 scoop on top of his grain daily. I don't think what you do is too much but I recommend asking your vet and checking the label. Great to hear you are taking care of your elderly horse. So many folks do not. It's nice to hear.
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