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Sasha's Blend: Feedback Please

Discussion in 'Hound' started by lorna anne, May 6, 2010.

  1. lorna anne

    lorna anne New Member Registered

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    I have my older dogs on MSG supplements for arthritis, but have heard that SASHA'S BLEND provides excellent results. Does any one have experience with it? It is apparently quite pricey, so I would like some more information on it before buying. It is available online.

    LA
     
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    Suerose New Member Registered

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    I haven't heard of that, but acupuncture was wonderful for my old collie. :thumbsup:
     
  3. lorna anne

    lorna anne New Member Registered

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    Here is a useful link to more info on Sasha's Blend. Many whippet owners in Australia and New Zealand (where it originated) absolutely swear by it:

    http://www.inhousepharmacy.co.uk/pet-care/sashasblend.html
     
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    It certainly sounds like good stuff :thumbsup: I'd never heard of it until now.

     

    I've used Cortaflex & chudleys mobility(herbal mix) very succressfully in the past.
     
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    I use liquid glucosamine & devils claw you can buy it on line from chemist direct.co.uk
     
  6. Lal

    Lal New Member Registered

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    Rifle has had acupuncture for a spinal problem and it certainly made him more relaxed although it couldn't totally alleviate the problem.

    I've heard good things about Feverfew for arthritis from some friends with Labs, anyone on here tried it?
     

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