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    Hi,
    Dose anyone here use Sasha's Blend and what do you think of it?

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    Taya has some arthritis and was occasionally coming up sore so I started her on Sasha's Blend about 2 months ago, and I think it has helped. Coming up to winter (and even now) I made a mental note to keep an eye on her to see if she needs a cartrophen booster shot but she seems to be doing really well.

    If you're going to get it I would suggest shopping around because my local vet was asking $20 more than another vet nearby!!

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    Hi Loren,
    We have had Charlie (11 year old lab) on it for about 4 months, Can see a bit of a difference. I was just wondering if others found it to work. The cheapest here I could find was $55 for a 250g tub.
    Cheers
    Last edited by four socks; 07-10-2009 at 10:25 AM.

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    That's good! I paid about $67 and that was the cheaper one!!

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    I didn't find it useful for anything but giving my dogs the roaring trots. I prefer forking out 80-100$ for a kilo of gluc/chon with msm

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    I used it on my previous dog (rip Maxi). She was young but had arthritis in her knees. Sashas blend really made a difference when her arthritis was mild-moderate, after she had surgery she had to be on carthrophen injections and still used sashas blend for in between injections.
    $55 sounds good, I paid around $60 5 years ago.

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    I use the sasha blend treats for my big boy Sam who has advanced hip dysplasia. I use it in conjuction with a daily dose of metacam.

    Sam and my little girl Sass both enjoy them. I dont know if its them or the metacam however sam has def had a decrease in limping.


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    I give my big boofer, Paddy, who is 55 kgs, Gluc/con and flaxseed oil and it has worked so far. Another option but more expensive is Cartrophen injections. Worked very well for my old silky.
    The more people I meet, the more I like my dogs.

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    I used it for Jess when she was about 13 yrs. Honeslty..I have no idea if it made any difference...but I did as the vet said. She never seemed to be in any pain though.

    Under $60 per tub is what I paid for it through the vets.

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