Cosequin for Cats, 80 Sprinkle Capsules (1010072)
Cosequin for Cats, 80 Sprinkle Capsules petmeds help cats maintain joint health and mobility throughout their lifetimes. Cats suffering from arthritis and other joint diseases can benefit from the chondroitin and glucosamine in Feline Cosequin.
- Sprinkle capsules for cats flavored with natural tuna and chicken
- Protects against cartilage breakdown
- Eases joint pain caused by arthritis
- Glucosamine and Chondroitin joint supplements
- Manufacturer information and usage
Easy to Administer
The vet recommended this for the arthritic cats. It's easy to administer by simply opening the capsules and sprinkling the powder on their canned food. I'm not sure whether it's helping, but it can't hurt and there have been no noticable side effects. VetDepot price is reasonable, particularly when ordering with other meds to get free shipping.
Great Price, Great Service!
We recently adopted a rescue cat that has "knee" problems and the vet recommended this product. By ordering from VetDepot, I'm saving almost 50%! I sprinkle it on his food, which is great, he seems to like it & it seems to be helping! Would I ever order again -- YOU BET! I received them very quickly and with the savings to boot, what more could you ask for?
Great product - Cat is feeling so spry!
Our 12 1/2 year old cat has been taking these capsule contents daily for about 2 years and has improved remarkably. He jumps around again and plays vigorously with our 10 month old puppy - he has a great time running and chasing her and his two cat sisters. The only negative I would say is that sometimes when I open the capsules there are no contents inside. (BTW, there is at least one peer-reviewed data study proving cosamine works in humans.)
Great product for stiff legs
We have a large, older rescued cat who has always walked with this odd stiff-legged gait. At the suggestion of our pet-sitter, we started giving him Cosequin each day. Although it never looked as if he was in pain, now that he has been on the Cosequin for several months, he no longer has the stiff-legged gait. Seems to work quite well for whatever ailed our old boy!
Helped my cats torn ACL
My cat tore his anterior cruciate ligament about 18 months ago. I had the option of surgery or short term mobility restriction with long term joint supplment with Cosequin (and Welactin). I chose the non-surgical route and am so glad I did! He takes the supplment on his food every other day. He eats the food without the supplement first, but then eats the food with the supplement. He has no visible signs of an injured knee. I was getting these meds at the vet, but it was really expensive so I started looking online. I actually get the exact same medicines (same box and everything) for less than half the price of what the vet charged me.