Cosequin® Equine Joint Supplements

  • YOUR BEST CHOICE
    Cosequin is the #1 veterinarian recommended oral joint health supplement brand†
  • QUALITY INGREDIENTS:
    Exclusive trademarked ingredients - FCHG49® Glucosamine, TRH122®
    Chondroitin Sulfate, NMX1000® Avocado/Soybean Unsaponifiables (ASU)
  • SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH
    The brand shown safe, bioavailable, and effective in horses in published research

Cosequin has the right formulation for your horse’s joint health needs. Formulas designed to provide different levels of support depending upon the overall joint health and/or activity of your horse. Whether your horse is a reiner, show jumper, or trail blazer, young or old there is a product to suit your horse’s needs.

Containers of Cosequin Equine products Number 1 Vet Recommended Brand

Which Cosequin® formula is right for my horse?

You should always ask your veterinarian to advise you on the right formula of Cosequin for your horse. Below are guidelines to assist in making your choice.

 

Cosequin ASU
My horse is involved in heavy to very heavy exercise.
tickGlucosamine tickChondroitin Sulfate info icon Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) tickMSM info icon Avocado/Soybean Unsaponifiables (ASU) tickASU Cosequin ASU
Cosequin Optimized
My horse is moderately exercised.
tickGlucosamine tickChondroitin Sulfate info icon Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) tickMSM Cosequin Optimized and with MSM
Cosequin Powder
My horse is involved in
light exercise.
tickGlucosamine tickChondroitin Sulfate Cosequin Equine Powder

 

 

 

"Not All Brands Meet Label Claim"

Oke S, Aghazadeh-Habashi A, Weese JS, and Jamal F. Equine Veterinary Journal 2006;38(1):93-95.

Whether a product meets label claim (contains the levels of active ingredients stated on the label) is important when choosing a joint health supplement. Levels of glucosamine in 23 equine joint supplements were assayed in this study. Nine (or 39.1%) of the supplements were found to contain less glucosamine than was listed on the product label with four (or 17.4%) of the supplements containing below 30% of the amount claimed.

The study authors also noted that ten grams of glucosamine daily is the current recommended administration amount for equine use. While all Cosequin Equine products deliver at least this amount to an average-sized horse during the loading phase, only five of the supplements in the study provide this amount if following label instructions.

It is best to check with your appropriate authority regarding its regulations or restrictions on supplement usage.

†Source: Surveys conducted in the April of 2012 of equine veterinarians who recommended oral joint health supplements.