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PostSubject: Petjoy Supplement   Petjoy Supplement EmptyWed Dec 02, 2020 1:28 am

Nope, it's not an advertisement ... take a look at this and tell me what you think, please. The ingredient list looks good and simple - but what about cost?

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PostSubject: Re: Petjoy Supplement   Petjoy Supplement EmptyWed Dec 02, 2020 4:51 am

Looks awfully expensive to me. I buy the large size Dasuquin for large dogs, 150 tablets, I think and from Amazon, 59. Slightly less on subscription. And. I really think it works. Almost from the first day, I saw a huge difference in Ami. Almost like a puppy again. Ditto Zev. He was having difficulty getting up on our bed (it's a high colonial 4 poster.) After the day he wouldn't use house back legs, I started him on Dasuquin as well. Back to jumping up on the bed with ease. The glucosamine chondroitin take a while to have an effect so I think it's the avocado soybean unsaponifiable and the boswellia that makes the difference. But her the large dog size, the small dog had different ingredients. My very said 2 per day for 30 days than one a day.
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PostSubject: Re: Petjoy Supplement   Petjoy Supplement EmptyWed Dec 02, 2020 2:43 pm

So the bad reviews are REALLY REALLY bad. The company also seems to have issues with sending the correct product. And its expensive.

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PostSubject: Re: Petjoy Supplement   Petjoy Supplement EmptyThu Dec 03, 2020 1:26 pm

My 2 cents, it looks decent and sounds mostly decent, but I think you could get something just as good for less money. I gave Flexadin Plus to keno when I first got him and he was in bad shape from the hip dysplasia and it did wonders. I will say though, I didn't have good results with Dasuquin compared to the Flexadin Plus. I think every dog is different and you sometimes gotta try different things and find what works for what exactly is going on with your individual animal. Inclover worked great for Kenzi but not for Keno. Nothing works for kye because he's allergic to ingredients in all of them. So I say try a few and see. Some take longer to kick in than others. Dasuquin and Flexadin seem to kick in fast to within a week of giving while some others like InClover and Vetriscience Glycoflex can take a few weeks to get through the system and start seeing a difference.

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