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Cosequin Joint Supplement

Cosequin Joint Supplement
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Cosequin is a joint health supplement for dogs that feeds and helps to support the cartilage in their joints, helping them maintain normal movement.

Cosequin is a joint health supplement for dogs that feeds and helps to support the cartilage in their joints, helping them maintain normal movement. It supports the dog’s joints by maintaining normal architecture and feeding it key nutrients that help it stay healthy.

There are two key ingredients that make Cosequin a complete joint health supplement:

  • Glucosamine Hydrochloride
    Used to form vital components of the cartilage structure that provides a smoother surface for easier movement.
  • Chondroitin Sulphate
    A key component of cartilage that helps keep it strong and healthy.

Directions For Use

Cosequin can be given whole, the tablets crumbled and mixed with food, or the capsules can be pulled apart and the contents mixed with food.

Initial loading programme:

Feed daily for 4-6 weeks, or as recommended by your veterinary surgeon.

Maintenance programme:

After initial loading phase, reduce the amount given gradually in 1⁄2 to 1 tablet steps to maintenance level. This maintenance level can then be used long-term to support joint health.


There are no contra-indications or restrictions on the use of Cosequin.

Cosequin contains:


Technological Additives:

E460 Microcrystalline Cellulose

Nutritional Additives: Amount
E5 Manganese (as Manganous Sulphate Monohydrate) 3200 mg/kg


Each 2g tablet contains:

Glucosamine HCl* (>99% Purity) 500 mg
Chondroitin Sulphate* (100% Purity) 400 mg
Yeast, Magnesium Stearate

* Cosequin® DS contains FCHG49® Glucosamine Hydrochloride and TRH122® Sodium Chondroitin Sulphate, Nutramax Laboratories' proprietary veterinary researched specifications.

Typical Analytical Constituents:

Crude protein: 20% Crude oils and fats: 1% Crude fibre: 9% Crude ash: 7%

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Reviews (61)

Summary of Reviews for Cosequin Joint Supplement

Overall 5
Ease Of Use
Value For Money
Absence Of Side Effects
60 out of 61 (98%) customers would recommend this product.
5 stars (49 reviews)
4 stars (11 reviews)
3 stars (1 reviews)
2 stars (0 reviews)
1 stars (0 reviews)

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55 Does what it says
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By Peter Jones on 30 August 2019

My bloodhound is eleven years old and his joints were stiffening up but since he has been on Cosequin he shows no sign of joint problems

Customer recommends this product

55 Happy dog
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By Lynne O'Brien on 14 June 2019

Had my doubts but proved wrong

Customer recommends this product

45 Cosequin for canine joint problems
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By Linda Laddin on 4 April 2019

After increasing the dosage for several weeks, I can see that it's helping the dog with his joint problems.

Customer recommends this product

45 Seem to have the desired effect... so far
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By Jan Cantrill on 25 March 2019

Have to cut tablets into 4... they are huge
Supposed to he chewable but dog's having none of it..!!
However... dog seems to enjoy the game of chicken... tablet...chicken ... tablet etc...!!

Customer recommends this product

55 Seems amazing
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By Paul Adams on 24 November 2018

Our nine-year-old yorkiepoo had a torn cruciate ligament in her back leg five years ago. She managed to recover without surgery but didn't quite get back to normal. Early this year her other cruciate ligament tore. We rested her and started her on Coseqin in March. It could be coincidence but she's like a puppy again and runs as well as ever.

Customer recommends this product

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Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Cosequin Joint Supplement, including answers from our team.

20 February 2017 at 10:49pm

Chihuahua with heart problem


Just wondered are these tablets ok to give to my chihuahua who is on heart meds his back legs aren't always that good but can't have an op because of his heart

  • Veterinary Advisor

Joint supplements like Cosequin tend to be very safe and should not interact adversely with other medications. This supplement should be fine to give to your dog alongside heart meds.

4 October 2016 at 6:22pm

Changing from seraquin to cosequin?

Victoria Everson

  • VioVet customer since 2015
  • From: west glam, United Kingdom

My 8 yr old german shepherd has been taking Seraquin for several years (hip dysplasia- for which she is also on Cartrophen bi-annual injection courses). She loves the taste of Seraquin but I noticed that there is a slightly higher level of Chondroitin in Cosequin. Is there any merit in changing to Cosequin as I would like her to have the best product possible. Also does Cosequin have added flavouring like Seraquin? (Seraquin contains chicken flavour)

  • Veterinary Advisor

Cosequin and Seraquin are quite similar but both contain high concentrations of quality ingredients. Where Seraquin contains slightly less Chondroitin it does contain Turmeric which is a natural anti-inflammatory. If your dog is happy and enjoys Seraquin I would probably continue with that. If you wanted to try something different I would recommend Yumove which contains a joint lubricant called hyaluronic acid alongside glucosamine and chrondroitin. This is probably what I would choose for my dogs but it is worth trying a few to see which one works best for your dog.

26 January 2016 at 8:58pm


Julie H

  • VioVet customer since 2015
  • From: West Yorkshire, United Kingdom

My dog weighs 10.8kg and he has been using cosequin ds for about 5 years he has always been fine on 1 tablet per day; he also has regular cartrophen injections. For the most part his movement is fine but he seems to be struggling with jumping up and climbing steps now so we were wondering if it would be possible to up his dose even temporarily to see if this helps or if there is another, stronger product you could recommend.

  • Non-Executive Director

There has been very little research done to compare one product with another, so it is not really known if there is a "stronger" product of this type, other than the prescription medicines for arthritis etc. It is safe to increase the dose, or alternatively you could try one of the other products which are proving to be very popular with lots of positive reviews. Yumove and Joint Force are good examples of alternative products which I could recommend. If your dog is getting worse then a visit to the vet to get things checked over might be good plan.

30 May 2014 at 12:13pm

Cosequin and fexidine plus

Wendy Carpenter

  • VioVet customer since 2013
  • From: Essex, United Kingdom

can i also give my dog flexidin plus with cosequin

  • Non-Executive Director

It is safe to combine these two treatments. They are essentially very similar anyway, so it is a bit like doubling the dose of one of them. This might indeed be good, because there is no scientific proof of the best dose to use and given how they seem to work, higher doses might well be more beneficial.

Personally I am sure it will be safe to do as you suggest, I am not sure if you will get any significant benefit from doing so, but you might!

28 March 2014 at 7:49am

Trocoxil and cosequin

Anita Northern Ireland

My 6yr old rottie is on trocoxil, can she also take this supplement. Has had problems since birth. Joints now beginning to swell.

  • Non-Executive Director

Cosequin is one of a group of joint supplements which are all essentially very similar. They appear to provide a mild to moderate help to arthritic dogs. They are also very safe and can indeed be combined with Trocoxil or other similar drugs. Many dogs are on a combination like this in fact. I think Cosequin should be a help to your dog and is worth giving.

18 January 2014 at 9:04am

Cosequin tabllets for my dog

VioVet Visitor

my dog is 9 years old and she is on metacam from the vets . can she take cosequin as well as a supplement . or is the metacam the only one she needs to take .

  • Non-Executive Director

Metacam is more powerful than Cosequin and will probably provide the most help. Cosequin works in a completely different way and can add to the effect in a very safe and natural way. Many people do combine the two medications together and ideally this is what we would certainly recommend.

19 September 2013 at 8:11pm

Dosage, how often, ie costing

Ann Kibble

I'd like to cost this supplement for a young Gypsy Cob, weight about 450 k, newly diagnosed with early hock spavin.

  • Non-Executive Director

The dose rate for a 450kg animal is 3 level scoops twice a day for the initial loading period of 4-6weeks. The dose is then reduced to 1-2 level scoops every day after that. Each 700g tub contains approximately 120 level scoops. You will use almost 2 tubs for the loading period and a tub then will last for about 17 weeks at the low dose rate after that.