So I just got thinking about this. I know Cosequin is "scientifically proven to work" but do you really think that is the case?
My gelding has been on Cosequin Asu for 8 months. My vet told me this is the best one to use. And then they came out with the ASU+ which I've never tried. I automatically put him on it the second day I had him so I can't compare how he moved before he was on it. The only thing I noticed was that his joints use to pop and crack sometimes which has stopped since being on Cosequin.
My friend had a thoroughbred who she swares it never worked for. I told her she could try putting him on just MSM and she said that worked alot better for him.
So what do you guys think? It depends on the horse I'm assuming. I'm wondering if I'm just better off buying MSM and seeing how that works but again, I have no idea how he looked before he was on it other then the joints making noise. I want to make sure it atleast works for the amount of money I pay for it.
He does have navicular and a tiny bit of arthritis starting up and he's on previcox but my vet said to leave him on Cosequin cause it will help along side with the previcox.
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