Hi everyone! It is Chewy Day and we are reviewing Nutramax Cosequin Original Joint Health Sprinkle Capsules Cat Supplements.*

*Disclaimer: We received the Nutramax Cosequin Capsules for free in exchange for a fair review and spreading the word about Chewy.


I decided that these would be perfect for Prancie. We don’t know her exact age, but she has lived with us for 12 years and the vet guessed she was 2 or 3 at the time she arrived. She doesn’t seem to get up on the bureaus like she used to. She gets on the bed because there is a stool there to help her.

Nutramax Cosequin Original Joint Health Sprinkle Capsules Cat Supplements come in capsule form, you just open the capsule and sprinkle it over canned food. They are made with manganese, glucosamine and chondroitin. She seems to like the flavor and finishes her food. It also seems to agree with her tummy, I tried something similar on Spooky years ago and it upset his tummy.

The reviews say that owners noticed improvement after a day, but I didn’t. She has only been using it for 2 weeks and I know from experience when we had a dog, that it usually takes a month to start helping. I am hoping it will improve her mobility, I will keep you posted.

If you have an older cat with arthritis, you might want to give it a try. It is on sale this month for $8.96 for a 30 day supply. Click here

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Happy Tuesday everyone! Today is Medical Day and I have a question to ask and welcome input from anyone who may have an answer.

Spooky, the kitty we adopted last year is at least 13 years old, probably older. He has arthritis and walks like a little old man. He can actually move fast and run, but it takes him a minute to get the old joints moving. I bought him Cosequin which is glucosamin for cats. It comes as a capsule that you open and pour the powder into canned food. He was on it for a few months and it seemed to help, but his stools were loose (sorry for those of you eating breakfast). We stopped it and they didn’t improve until after we stopped the canned food.

Then I ordered Joint Max soft chews for cats which contains glucosamine and chondroitin. He loves the treats and willingly ate them, but they also upset his tummy. Any other ideas of what I can give him that contains glucosamine? I know it helps, but I don’t want to trade one problem for another. I would also like to know if anyone else had a similar problem with these products. I appreciate any suggestions. Thank you.

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