We have a 98 lb Rottie who is also 6 yrs.our vet told
us we could use "human" Glucosamine1,500 mg with
/Chondroitin 1,200 mg strength ONE tablet a day.
We were also told to semi crush ( we use pliars) and
add to food as crushing it makes it more effective,it
tends to get into their systems easier. We use a mix
of dry kibble and 2TBSP of canned food and mix,it
sticks to the food this way.
Have done this for Roman since we adopted him at
the shelter last year.(Rottie)
We also are owned by a 8 yr old Greyhound (Cal)
79 lbs.for the past 7 years when we adopted him at
18 months old and have given this to him every day
also gave to all our 3 prior Greys we had as well as
a 13 yr.Rottie we lost last year,all did very well on
this with their joints and mobility..
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