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RE: JOINT SUPPLEMENTS
Yes they will. I've used 2-3 different brands over the last couple of years
for my older (creaky) Chesapeak Bay Retriever. The problem is finding a
supplement that isn't in an alfalfa base. I did recently switch to
Corta-flx liquid for her, using the horse supplement but I have ordered
their liver flavored liquid dog supplement. I've been using using Corta-flx
powder on my horse for about 9 months. She's doing fine in the hocks. When I
rescued her she was diagnosed as having arthritic changes in her hocks. It
took a series of Legend shots to really turn her around and keeping her on a
good supplement since then seems to be working.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: John B.Ayers [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Thursday, April 08, 1999 7:07 AM
> To: RIDECAMP
> Subject: RC: JOINT SUPPLEMENTS
> My Springer Spaniel has been x-rayed and diagnosed with
> degenerative osteoarthritis. She's been my friend and constant
> companion for eight years, and is still young at heart. It's heart-
> breaking to see her trying to hop around on one hind leg. I can't
> imagine my life without her.
> Will any of the supplements we use on horses work with dogs?
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