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This is a discussion on Glucosamine & Joint Health? within the Dog Health forums, part of the Keeping and Caring for Dogs category; Since I accidentally duplicated another posting I'll use this one to say, I had surgery on one of my dogs torn ligaments (won't do that ...

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Old 03-20-2019, 08:12 AM
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Smile Thank you DogEndorsed

Since I accidentally duplicated another posting I'll use this one to say, I had surgery on one of my dogs torn ligaments (won't do that again) and I opted for a brace on her second one, wish I had done that one for her first knee, it seems the one she had surgery on is the one giving US the most grief right now.

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Thank you DogEndorsed

Thanks I used to focus on a dog food that had Gluc in it but now that I use the supplement I don't pay much attention. I will take a look at what you shared to see if they have enough mg to make a difference.
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Indeed, very interesting thread
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I've never tried the liquid I ran out of her supplement and bought cosequin, which does the same but not as high in the three ingredients that I normally use. I just wish I could find something that would help her mobility a little more, she's pretty hard to get in and out of the car but, at least, I don't think she's in pain as when her ligament was really bad her leg shook, now she'll run through the house, double hop up the stairs and still try to catch squirrels.
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