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Postby LisaT_II » Wed Jan 16, 2013 8:24 pm

Yes, another joint supplement post :-)

Does anyone have a favorite supplement that contains collagen (type II) and hyaluronic acid? Or any pure collagen supplement?
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Re: joint supplement

Postby UpwardDog » Wed Jan 16, 2013 9:06 pm

I have used Cortaflex with hyluaronic acid but I don't think it has collagen

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Re: joint supplement

Postby RobinS » Thu Jan 17, 2013 9:41 am

I give mine Agility, which has ha in it.

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Re: joint supplement

Postby LisaT_II » Thu Jan 17, 2013 2:17 pm

Thanks!

I looked at the cortaflex, and I'm not comfortable with the creatine in it for Jazz, just because of possible weirdnes in her.

Robin, I think connie might have posted that product before, I like the ingredients, thanks! I am looking for general joint support, and definitely the knees.
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Re: joint supplement

Postby RobinS » Thu Jan 17, 2013 6:10 pm

I have the girls on Agility and Katie, who I have had since October, who has bad knees and bad hips at the age of just a year and a couple of months is already more agile and can jump into her bed now. When I got her in October, all she could do was crawl up into her bed. I gave it to my Gina as well with no issues. It smells good and they are happy to eat their "treats".

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Re: joint supplement

Postby LisaT_II » Thu Jan 17, 2013 9:16 pm

That's very encouraging!

I have the old glycoflex here, with the perna and the alfalfa, but it also has brewer's yeast, which I don't think she does well on. I like those ingredients, I just need to email them to see if the "malt" is from barley. Want to make a wager now? :(
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Re: joint supplement

Postby SherriA » Fri Jan 18, 2013 5:28 am

Have you looked at Standard Process Muskuloskeletal Support? I don't know if it would work for her, but Oliver did really well on it.
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Re: joint supplement

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Re: joint supplement

Postby LisaT_II » Sat Jan 19, 2013 1:18 am

I think that SP product might be really good for her, she has some congenital issues that affect her muscles and seems her nervous system.

Intereting about that hydraplenish! Very similar to the product that it take :)
http://m.vitacost.com/source-naturals-h ... -tablets-2
I like that the nature's way product is a capsule that can be opened.
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