Nutramax Laboratories Veterinary Sciences, Inc. is pleased to announce that the trusted Cosequin brand for joint health support is now available in a convenient soft chew for cats. Cosequin is the #1 Veterinarian recommended retail joint health supplement brand,* and has been a key industry leader in the joint health supplement category for nearly 25 years.
Cosequin for Cats soft chews contain proprietary researched specifications FCHG49R Glucosamine and TRH122R Sodium Chondroitin Sulfate to help maintain joint mobility, along with omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA for skin and coat support.
“Signs of joint discomfort in cats can be subtle,” said Robert Devlin, DVM, Executive Director, Nutramax Laboratories Veterinary Sciences, Inc.”They can include reluctance to jump or simply changes in normal behavior. That’s why we’ve developed a joint health supplement specifically for cats with the benefits of Cosequin that’s easy to give.”
Many products used for joint health support in dogs are not as safe for cats. Cosequin for Cats offers unparalleled safety and is specifically formulated to help maintain normal healthy cartilage and joint function in cats.
Each bag contains 60 easy to give soft chews that provide a tasty alternative to sprinkle capsules. Cosequin for Cats soft chews may also help support bladder health in cats. Cosequin for Cats soft chews are available online and through your veterinarian. For more information, visit Cosequin.com or call Nutramax customer service at (888) 886-6442.
About Nutramax Laboratories Veterinary Sciences, Inc.:
Nutramax Laboratories Veterinary Sciences, Inc. develops and markets supplements for pets to help support their quality of life. Products include CosequinR, the #1 veterinarian recommended retail joint health supplement brand.* Other health supplements include products for urinary tract health, digestive health, and skin/coat health plus overall wellness. To learn more, call (888) 886-6442 or visit nutramaxlabs.com.
*Source: Among retail brands. Survey conducted in February 2016 of small animal veterinarians who recommended oral joint health supplements.