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  • Larger breeds, such as mastiffs, athletic dogs like Labrador retrievers, and dogs who are prone to hip dysplasia like golden retrievers are all likely candidates for a glucosamine supplement, Dr. Tripp says.
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Larger dog breeds are more prone to bone and joint problems because their bones are larger and have more weight to support.

All large and giant breed dogs' foods should include ingredients to promote joint nutrition.

However, the amounts of glucosamine and chondroitin in dog foods may not always be effective.


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