DEN2 Denosyl (All size Dogs)

Posted November 21st, 2013 by admin

PRODUCT INFO

Denosyl is a nutritional supplement for dogs and cats meant to support and improve liver function.

 

WHAT THIS PRODUCT CURES

Denosyl’s active ingredient, SAMe (S-adenosylmethionine) improves the antioxidative, and regenerative properties of the liver; it protects liver cells from cell death and helps in their regeneration and reparation. It also supports brain health.

 

PET SYMPTOMS

DEN2 Denosyl (All size Dogs)

DEN2 Denosyl (All size Dogs)

Liver is an incredibly important organ, taking the crucial part in complex processes of detoxification, digestion, blood clotting, blood sugar regulation and vitamin absorption. Liver’s functions can be compromised due to various harmful influences, such as viral and bacterial infections, parasites, ingestion of certain poisons, plants and herbs, hereditary conditions. As a result of liver damage and failure to work properly, the body becomes overloaded with toxins that cause further damage to the liver tissue and the entire body. The animal’s overall condition gradually deteriorates, and its general health will be jeopardized. Numerous diseases and conditions can stop liver from functioning properly. The initial, non-specific symptoms of liver failure that usually appear include vomiting, loss of appetite with weight loss, changes in stool appearance and weakness. In cases of advanced liver disease more specific, liver-related signs can be seen: jaundice, swollen abdomen (caused by accumulation of fluid), confusion and seizures (due to hepatic encephalopathy). Laboratory tests upon veterinary examination will show impaired liver function through increased liver enzymes.

PET AILMENTS

Numerous infectious and degenerative diseases can damage the liver tissue and impair its function, as well as various chemicals, drugs and toxins. There are certain viral, parasitic and bacterial diseases that can directly damage the liver, such as leptospirosis, heartworm infection or infectious canine hepatitis. Metastatic tumors and certain metabolic diseases such as Cushing’s syndrome or diabetes mellitus can also lead to liver deterioration. Prolonged use and/or excessive dosage of certain drugs can cause liver damage. Certain chemicals can also lead to liver toxicity, such as iron, arsenic, lead, etc. Certain plants and herbs, mushrooms and mold contaminating food can also damage the sensitive liver tissue and impair its normal functions.

RELATIVE INFO ON BREEDS MOST ASSOCIATED WITH THIS AILMENT

There are certain breeds of cats genetically predisposed to amyloidosis, degenerative disease of the liver characterized by the accumulation of proteins in liver tissue that leads to progressive damage and impaired function. Amyloidosis is frequent in Abyssinian, Burmese and Siamese cats, oriental and domestic shorthair breeds.

Certain breeds of dogs are more likely to develop liver disease than others. Among genetically predisposed breeds are Dalmatians, Dobermans, Cairn Terriers, Samoyeds and others.

QUESTIONS FOR MY VET

1.What is SAMe and how does it improve liver function of my pet?

a) SAMe is S-adenosylmethionine, a compound naturally produced by the liver. It increases the levels of glutathione, another important compound that protects liver health. Glutathione protects liver cells from cell death and damage, while helping cell regeneration and repair. SAMe levels are decreased in animals with impaired liver function, which leads to further liver damage. It is therefore important to deliver SAMe from an external source and help in natural processes of the liver reparation.

2.How does Denosyl improve my pet’s brain health?

a) SAMe (S-adenosylmethionine) is naturally present in the cerebrospinal fluid of the brain. It has been suggested that decrease in its levels can lead to behavioral changes connected to pet aging. SAMe from Denosyl provides necessary source of protection and improves brain health in your pets.

3. Can my pet ingest Denosyl with food?

a) It is best to administer Denosyl tablets at least 1 hour before a meal, for the optimal absorption and maximum effect.

4. How will I know if Denosyl is helping my pet?

a) The changes will be gradual. It is important to observe your pet’s general condition; its attitude, levels of activity and changes in appetite. Your veterinarian will perform regular checkups with laboratory analyses to confirm the improvements in the liver function.

5. Are there any adverse reactions connected to administration of Denosyl?

a) Denosyl is well tolerated and fairly safe for animals; there are no known side effects connected with its administration.

6. Is it safe to give my pet methionine with Denosyl?

a) Methionine is a source of S-adenosylmethionine. It is not recommended to give methionine with Denosyl since it can lead to further liver damage. Animals wit compromised liver function will not benefit from additional methionine administration since their liver is not likely to increase the natural production of SAMe that way. Denosyl on its own is more than enough.

7. Are there interactions with other medications and supplements?

a) Denosyl should be used with caution when administered together with Tramadol, Clomipramine, fluoxetine, amitriptyline or Mitaban Dip. Consult your veterinarian if your pet is taking any of the above listed medications before administering Denosyl.

HOW IT WORKS

The main active ingredient of Denosyl, SAMe (S-adenosylmethionine), helps in the formation of glutathione. It is a compound important in the processes of detoxification, as one of the most potent natural antioxidants. The natural production of SAMe (and subsequently glutathione) is compromised in damaged liver. Denosyl provides necessary source of SAMe and ensures help in liver regeneration and reparation processes.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

To achieve optimal absorption, it is best to administer Denosyl chewable tablets on an empty stomach, at least one hour before feeding the animal. If the animal is reluctant to ingest the tablet, it can be administered with a small amount of food. Offer cats a small amount of water after administration of the Denosyl tablet, to avoid it from lingering in the esophagus and never reaching stomach.

Denosyl tablets are sensitive to moisture, and they must not be split or crumbled; the animal has to ingest whole tablets. However, Denosyl chewable tablets can be split and crumbled, which makes them easy to dose and administer.

DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION

If the animal receives more than one tablet a day, the administration can be divided into two daily doses; morning and evening.

Recommended daily administration of Denosyl Tablets for cats and small dogs:

Body Weight

90 mg Denosyl

Pounds

Kilograms

Up to 12

Up to 5.5

One tablet

Recommended daily administration of Denosyl for medium sized dogs:

Body Weight

225 mg Denosyl

Pounds

Kilograms

13 to 34

6 to 15.5

One tablet

Recommended daily administration of Denosyl for large dogs:

Body Weight

425 mg Denosyl

Pounds

Kilograms

35 to 65

16 to 29.5

One tablet

66 to 120

30 to 54.5

Two tablets

Over 120

Over 54.5

Three tablet

Recommended daily administration for Denosyl chewable tablets for all dog sizes:

Body Weight (lbs.)

Number of Chewable Tablets

Up to 6

1/4

7 – 15

1/2

16 – 30

1

31 – 45

1 1/2

46 – 60

2

61 – 75

2 1/2

76 – 90

3

91 – 105

3 1/2

Over 105

4

 

Denosyl can be administered for shorter or longer periods of time, depending on the nature of liver pathology and patient’s general condition as well as on the level of improvement seen after the administration. It is important to make regular veterinary checkups and monitor the condition. Standard period of administration is between 1 and 4 months, but can be even longer. In case of positive response to Denosyl, a maintenance dose (administered every other day) can be introduced for an indefinite period.

Active ingredient: S-adenosylmethionine

PRODUCT CAUTIONS

For animal use only.

Keep away from children and pets.

Tablets are sensitive to moisture and heat; they should not be crumbled or split.

STORAGE AND DISPOSAL

Store in a cool, dry place. Keep tablets in the original blister package until they are used.

BRAND VS. GENERIC COMPARISON

There are several SAMe supplements for dogs and cats on the market. However, they can vary in quality, package appearance and price. The effectiveness of SAMe supplements depends greatly on their quality. This is why Denosyl is very popular among veterinarians due to its proven efficacy and high quality.

DEN1CH30 Denamarin Tablets

Posted November 21st, 2013 by admin

PRODUCT INFO

Denamarin tablets are a nutritional supplement for dogs and cats intended to improve and support liver function.

WHAT THIS PRODUCT CURES

Denamarin’s active ingredients, SAMe (S-adenosylmethionine) and silybin, enhance liver’s antioxidative and regenerative properties, improve bile flow and aid digestion in dogs and cats. Denamarin also supports brain health in older animals.

PET SYMPTOMS

DEN1CH30 Denamarin Tablets

Liver is “the chemical factory” of the body; it has the main part in all processes of detoxification in the body and plays an important role in digestion (production of bile), blood clotting and vitamin absorption. If liver function is somehow compromised, due to overload of toxins, the animal’s overall condition will deteriorate, and general health will be jeopardized. There is a large number of diseases and conditions that can stop liver from functioning properly. The symptoms of liver failure usually include vomiting, loss of appetite with weight loss, changes in stool appearance and weakness. Advanced liver disease comes with more specific signs: jaundice, swollen abdomen, confusion and seizures. Laboratory tests upon veterinary examination will show impaired liver function.

PET AILMENTS

Numerous diseases, chemicals, drugs and toxins can damage the liver. There are certain viral, parasitic and bacterial diseases that can directly damage the liver, such as leptospirosis, heartworm infection or infectious canine hepatitis. Metastatic tumors and certain metabolic diseases ( Cushing’s syndrome, diabetes mellitus) can also lead to liver failure. Numerous drugs can damage the liver, usually as a result of prolonged use and excessive dosage. Certain chemicals can also lead to liver toxicity, such as iron, arsenic, lead, etc. Plants like ragwort, certain mushrooms and mold contaminating food can also cause liver damage.

RELATIVE INFO ON BREEDS MOST ASSOCIATED WITH THIS AILMENT

There are certain breeds of dogs and cats genetically predisposed to various liver issues. For example, Dobermans, Dalmatians, Samoyeds, Cairn Terriers are more prone to chronic hepatitis. Siamese, Burmese, Abyssinian, oriental shorthair and domestic shorthair cats are genetically predisposed to amyloidosis (protein deposition in liver).

QUESTIONS FOR MY VET

1. Are there any known side effects to Denamarin?

a) There are no known adverse reactions to Denamarin; all of its active ingredients are very well tolerated by dogs and cats.

2. How can I know if Denamarin is working for my pet?

a) Be sure to monitor your changes in your pet’s attitude, activities and appetite. During the regular veterinary checkups, tests will determine any significant improvement in your pet’s condition since the beginning of Denamarin administration.

3. Is Denamarin safe to be used with other supplements for liver support?

a) Since there are no known interactions of Denamarin with other supplements or drugs; it is safe to combine it with other supplements, not only for liver support but other kinds as well.

4. Are there other liver support supplements for pets available on the market?

a) There are over the counter products available in drug stores or pet food stores that provide certain ingredients found in Denamarin. However, amounts of those useful ingredients are not standardized for dogs and cats and such liver support products may not provide sufficient source of these compounds for your pets.

5. How does Denamarin help my pet’s brain health?

a) SAMe, S-adenosylmethionine, is an important protective compound protecting the brain. Denamarin is a reliable source of SAMe for dogs and cats. It has been proven beneficial for brain health, especially in older patients.

6. Is it safe to administer Denamarin with food?

a) It is best to administer Denamarin on an empty stomach as the presence of food can affect the absorption of SAMe. If your pet is reluctant to ingest the tablet, it can be given in a small bite of food.

HOW IT WORKS

Denamarin increases detoxifying properties of the liver. Its active ingredients, SAMe (S-adenosylmethionine) and silybin work in synergy to help optimize liver’s structural integrity and its numerous functions. S-adenosylmethionine helps in protecting liver cells from damage and destruction, at the same time improving their power or reparation and regeneration. Silybin stimulates the flow of bile through the liver and improves the digestion, as well as liver’s detoxifying properties.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

Tablet of Denamarin must remain intact in order to achieve its intended effects. Otherwise, it will be destroyed by moisture and ineffective. It means that Denamarin is always given in whole tablets; they are not to be crumbled. It is best to administer the Denamarin tablet on an empty stomach, at least one hour before feeding. The presence of food can decrease the absorption of SAMe. If the animal is reluctant to ingest the tablet, it can be given in a small portion of food. It is advisable to offer cats small amounts of water after Denamarin tablet administration, to prevent it from lingering in the esophagus instead of reaching the stomach.

DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION

If the animal must receive more than one tablet a day, the total number of daily tablets can be divided into two administrations during the day; morning and evening.

Denamarin tablets dosage instructions for cats and small dogs:

DEN1CH30 Denamarin Tablets

Denamarin tablets dosage instructions for medium dogs:

DEN1CH30 Denamarin Tablets

Denamarin tablets dosage instructions for large dogs:

DEN1CH30 Denamarin Tablets

INGREDIENTS

Denamarin tablet for small dogs and cats contains 90 mg of S-adenosylmethionine and 9 mg of silybin A+B. Denamarin tablet for medium dogs contains 225 mg of S-adenosylmethionine and 24 mg of silibyn A+B. Denamarin tablet for large dogs contains 425 mg of S-adenosylmethionine and 35 mg of silybin A+B.

PRODUCT CAUTIONS

This product is for veterinary use only and is available only from your veterinarian.

STORAGE AND DISPOSAL

Store in a cool, dry place not warmer than 86°F. Keep tablets in the original blister package until they are used.

Tablets are sensitive to heat and moisture and should not be crumbled or split.

BRAND VS. GENERIC COMPARISON

Denamarin is the only high quality liver supportive pet supplement on the market and the only one to provide optimal levels of both SAMe and silybin for dogs and cats. There are certain over-the-counter products that provide the same active ingredients as Denamarin, but not in same concentrations. They are not as efficient as Denamarin, may be somewhat cheaper and can appear in different packages.

DEN1CH30 Denamarin for All Dog Sizes

Posted November 20th, 2013 by admin

PRODUCT INFO

Denamarin chewable tablets for dogs of all sizes is a nutritional supplement for dogs intended to improve and support liver function.

WHAT THIS PRODUCT CURES

Denamarin’s active ingredients, SAMe (S-adenosylmethionine) and silybin, enhance liver’s antioxidative and regenerative properties, improve bile flow and aid digestion in dogs and cats. Denamarin also supports brain health in older animals.

PET SYMPTOMS

Liver is “the chemical factory” of the body; it has the main part in all processes of detoxification in the body and plays an important role in digestion (production of bile), blood clotting and vitamin absorption. If liver function is somehow compromised, due to overload of toxins, the animal’s overall condition will deteriorate, and general health will be jeopardized. There is a large number of diseases and conditions that can stop liver from functioning properly. The symptoms of liver failure usually include vomiting, loss of appetite with weight loss, changes in stool appearance and weakness. Advanced liver disease comes with more specific signs: jaundice, swollen abdomen, confusion and seizures. Laboratory tests upon veterinary examination will show impaired liver function.

 DEN1CH30 Denamarin for All Dog Sizes

PET AILMENTS

Numerous diseases, chemicals, drugs and toxins can damage the liver. There are certain viral, parasitic and bacterial diseases that can directly damage the liver, such as leptospirosis, heartworm infection or infectious canine hepatitis. Metastatic tumors and certain metabolic diseases (Cushing’s syndrome, diabetes mellitus) can also lead to liver failure. Numerous drugs can damage the liver, usually as a result of prolonged use and excessive dosage. Certain chemicals can also lead to liver toxicity, such as iron, arsenic, lead, etc. Plants like ragwort, certain mushrooms and mold contaminating food can also cause liver damage.

RELATIVE INFO ON BREEDS MOST ASSOCIATED WITH THIS AILMENT

There are certain breeds of dogs and cats genetically predisposed to various liver issues. For example, Dobermans, Dalmatians, Samoyeds, Cairn Terriers are more prone to chronic hepatitis. Siamese, Burmese, Abyssinian, oriental shorthair and domestic shorthair cats are genetically predisposed to amyloidosis (protein deposition in liver).

QUESTIONS FOR MY VET

1. Are there any known side effects to Denamarin?

a) There are no known adverse reactions to Denamarin; all of its active ingredients are very well tolerated by dogs and cats.

2. How can I know if Denamarin is working for my pet?

a) Be sure to monitor your changes in your pet’s attitude, activities and appetite. During the regular veterinary checkups, tests will show any significant improvement in your pet’s condition due to Denamarin administration.

3. Is Denamarin safe to be used with other supplements for liver support?

a) Since there are no known interactions of Denamarin with other supplements or drugs it can be safely combined with other supplements, not only for liver support, but other kinds as well.

4. Are there other liver support supplements for pets available on the market?

a) There are over the counter products available in drug stores or pet food stores that provide certain ingredients found in Denamarin. However, amounts of those useful ingredients are not standardized for dogs and cats and such liver support products may not provide sufficient source of these compounds for your pets.

5. How does Denamarin help my pet’s brain health?

a) SAMe, S-adenosylmethionine, is an important protective compound protecting the brain. Denamarin is a reliable source of SAMe for dogs and cats. It has been proven beneficial for brain health, especially in older patients.

6. Is it safe to administer Denamarin with food?

a) It is best to administer Denamarin on an empty stomach, as the presence of food can affect the absorption of SAMe. But if your pet is reluctant to ingest the tablet, it can be given in a small bite of food.

HOW IT WORKS

Denamarin increases detoxifying properties of the liver. Its active ingredients, SAMe (S-adenosylmethionine) and silybin work in synergy to help optimize liver’s structural integrity and its numerous functions. S-adenosylmethionine helps in protecting liver cells from damage and destruction, at the same time improving their power or reparation and regeneration. Silybin stimulates the flow of bile through the liver and improves the digestion, as well as liver’s detoxifying properties.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

It is best to administer the Denamarin chewable tablets at least 1 hour before a meal . The presence of food can decrease the absorption of SAMe. If the animal is reluctant to ingest the tablet, it can be given in a small portion of food.

DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION

If the animal must receive more than one chewable tablet a day, the total number of daily tablets can be divided into two administrations during the day; morning and evening.

Denamarin tablets dosage instructions for dogs of all sizes:

Weight (lbs.)

# of tablets daily

Up to 6

1/4

7 to 15

1/2

16 to 30

1

31 to 45

1 1/2

46 to 60

2

61 to 75

2 1/2

76 to 90

3

91 to 105

3 1/2

Over 105

4

INGREDIENTS

Denamarin chewable tablet for dogs of all sizes contains 225 mg of S-adenosylmethionine and 24 mg of silibyn A+B.

PRODUCT CAUTIONS

This product is for veterinary use only and is available only from your veterinarian.

Keep away from children.

STORAGE AND DISPOSAL

Store in a cool, dry place.

Keep the lid of the bottle tightly secured to ensure freshness.

Tablets are sensitive to heat and moisture and should not be crumbled or split.

BRAND VS. GENERIC COMPARISON

Denamarin is the only high quality liver supportive pet supplement on the market and the only one providing optimal levels of both SAMe and silybin for dogs and cats. There are certain over-the-counter products that provide the same active ingredients as Denamarin, but not in same concentrations. They are not as efficient as Denamarin, but they may be somewhat cheaper Denamarin and can appear in different packages.

DAS1CH Dasuquin Soft Chews

Posted November 20th, 2013 by admin

PRODUCT INFO

Dasuquin Soft Chews is a nutritional supplement for dogs intended for joint health support.

WHAT THIS PRODUCT CURES

Dasuquin Soft Chews contains glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate – important compounds naturally found in healthy cartilage of animals – as well as the ASU (avocado and soybean unsaponifiables). Those compounds work together on delivering complete joint support both in healthy animals and pets with various joint issues.

PET SYMPTOMS

DAS1CH Dasuquin Soft Chews

 

Dogs are naturally active animals, spending a lot of their time in various physical activities (playing, jumping, running). During those exercises, joints endure a lot of impacts which can sometimes lead to damages and injuries. As a result, degenerative changes develop very gradually in affected joints. Their structure and functional integrity changes leading to instability and development of arthritis. The damaged joint gradually starts to be painful, and the animals begin to have difficulties with some everyday activities such as climbing the stairs or jumping on the couch. Lameness gradually develops as the pain worsens, and the animal tries to spare the affected joint by holding the limb up. Those are usually the main signs animal owners notice in pets affected with joint issues.

PET AILMENTS

Joint problems are complex and numerous. Literature usually divides into two large groups: congenital and acquired. Congenital joint issues are a result of inherited developmental problems in joint formation. The most common developmental joint ailments in companion animal veterinary medicine are hip and elbow dysplasia. Acquired joint issues are often a result of injuries, but can also be a part of the natural aging process.

RELATIVE INFO ON BREEDS MOST ASSOCIATED WITH THIS AILMENT

When it comes to acquired joint issues, large breed and/or overweight dogs and cats are more prone to various joint problems. Likewise, older pets experience certain arthritic changes and issues due to their advanced age. Certain breeds are more affected by the certain joint issues than others. For example, Newfoundland dogs are often suffering from cruciate ligament damages and subsequent knee issues. Rottweiler dogs usually have knee and ankle problems, while Bernese Mountain dogs often suffer from elbow dysplasia. One of the most common joint issues in companion animals is hip dysplasia. It is most commonly seen German Shepherds, Great Danes, St. Bernard dogs and Labrador Retrievers.

QUESTIONS FOR MY VET

1. What is the difference between Dasuquin and other joint support supplements for pets?

a)) Dasuquin contains ASU a unique ingredient that is very effective in preservation and improvement of the joint health. Glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate are more efficient supporting joint health in combination with ASU, than on their own. Most other joint support supplements contain only chondroitin sulfate and glucosamine, which makes them less effective.

2. What is ASU?

a) ASU is the abbreviation for Avocado/Soybean unsaponifiables ingredients extracted from avocados and soybeans. ASU significantly improves joint health by slowing the breakdown of cartilage. It works in synergy with glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate to improve and/or preserve the natural stability and integrity of joints.

3. How soon can I expect to see first results in my pet?

a) It is important to observe your pet daily after you start with the administration of Dasuquin. Pay attention to the problematic activities that used to cause discomfort to your pet. If you begin to see an improvement in performing those activities, you know that Dasuquin is starting to work. Changes occur gradually; most animals display signs of visible improvement 4 to 6 weeks after the first administration, but some pets may respond even sooner.

4. What are the side effects of Dasuquin?

a) According to the latest studies, there are no known side effects connected with the administration of Dasuquin. Also, there are no interactions with known medications or supplements.

5. How do I know if my pet needs Dasuquin?

a) In most cases (injuries, after joint surgery, old age, breed predispositions), your veterinarian will suggest Dasuquin as a preventative or supportive measure for your pet’s joints health. If you notice your pet has some issues in performing everyday activities (walking, playing, jumping); is slower or reluctant to move; consult with your veterinarian about Dasuquin.

6. How safe is Dasuquin for my pet?

a) Since there are no known side effects or interactions when giving Dasuquin with other supplements and/or medications; Dasuquin is very safe for your pet.

7. Does my pet still need Dasuquin if its food contains chondroitin sulfate and glucosamine?

a) Absolutely. Most foods containing chondroitin and/or glucosamine cannot fulfill your pet’s daily needs for those compounds. Their quality and availability in those food sis questionable, so it is wise to administer Dasuquin to be sure your pet is receiving enough necessary and useful compounds for healthy joints.

HOW IT WORKS

Three main active ingredients of Dasuquin: chondroitin sulfate, glucosamine hydrochloride and ASU (Avocado/soybean unsaponifiables) work in synergy to preserve and maintain the structural integrity and functional stability of animal joints. Glucosamine hydrochloride is a natural part in joint cartilage as one of its building blocks. Chondroitin sulfate is also a natural compound of animal joints, slowing down the process of joint cartilage breakdown. Avocado and soybean unsaponifiables are extracted from avocado and soybean plants and are also essential inhibitors of joint cartilage destruction. Those three compounds work in synergy, creating a powerful joint health supplement for pets.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

During the initial 4-6 weeks, Dasuquin Soft Chews are given according to the recommended doses until the desired results start to appear. After the initial satisfactory response, the dose of Dasuquin can be reduced to the maintenance level. Again, when the constant improvement is achieved on the maintenance level, the administration can be further reduced to every other day. It is important to note that individual needs may vary. If you are uncertain concerning administration adjustments, consult your veterinarian.

DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION

Dasuquin Soft Chews comes in two strengths for dogs: Dasuquin Soft Chews for Small to Medium Dogs (up to 59 lbs) and Dasuquin Soft Chews for Large Dogs (60 lbs and over). Soft chews are flavored and very easy to administer.

 DAS1CH Dasuquin Soft Chews

 

INGREDIENTS

Each Dasuquin soft chew for small to medium dogs contains:

Glucosamine Hydrochloride 99% 600 mg
Sodium Chondroitin Sulfate (Low Molecular Weight) 250 mg
Avocado/Soybean Unsaponifiables (ASU) Powder 45 mg

Each Dasuquin soft chew for large dogs contains:

Glucosamine Hydrochloride 99% 900 mg
Sodium Chondroitin Sulfate (Low Molecular Weight) 350 mg
Avocado/Soybean Unsaponifiables (ASU) Powder 90 mg

Other ingredients include glycerin, natural flavor, vegetable oil, silicon dioxide, tea, gum resin, sucralose, soy protein isolate, natural and artificial flavor, starch, soy lecithin, and mixed tocopherols.

PRODUCT CAUTIONS

This product is for animal use only. Keep away from children.

Available only from your veterinarian.

STORAGE AND DISPOSAL

Store in a dry, cool area in the original package. Protect from the direct sunlight. Reseal the closure after opening to ensure freshness of the product.

BRAND VS. GENERIC COMPARISON

There are numerous joint health supplements available on the market, by various different brands, and some of them are even generic products. However, ingredients in those supplements are not equivalent. They may vary in price, packaging and the number of tablets of capsules available per container. Dasuquin is the only ASU + chondroitin/glucosamine supplement brand for dogs and cats that is safe and effective for animals.