That's a concentrated liquid glucosamine, right?Mark Keating said:liquid health 5000!!!!!
Its the bomb.
OMG, if I see that ad one more time I'll kill myself. I have to leave the room or hit "mute" about 6 times a day on CNN.Woody Taylor said:......Is this that Head On crap they keep advertising on CNN? :lol:
OT, but it's a really interesting marketing strategy, that stuff is apparently pretty much just wax and the weirdness of the ad has been incredibly successful.Connie Sutherland said:"Head on. Apply directly to the forehead. Head on. Apply directly to the forehead. Head on. Apply directly to the forehead."
You can hold off. Unless there is a reason (overweight, HD, OA, any other joint issue), you can wait until canine middle age. JMO.Woody Taylor said:..........When do you start giving glucosamine to dogs, or is this yet another thing I should be paying for out of my kids' college funds?
OK! I was just going to answer.Konnie Hein said:Oops, found out how much fish oil by looking at other topics in Diet and Health.
I think it IS similar to glucosamine and its relatives (including g.a.g.s., or Adequan). I think it's is a synthetic polysaccharide.Lynn Cheffins said:
Counter-surfing..... that would be related to trash-diving, right?Lynn Cheffins said:Hey Connie - Cartrophen works so well I just found ones of it's recipients counter-surfing in the kitchen! "Silona" had her first series of shots 3 yrs ago and now gets a yearly "top-up" shot - she'll be 16 in January and I just finally convinced her to be a house dog last week. No problems vaulting onto the futon, either :roll: I am pretty happy with the stuff and intend it for any gimpy codgers.