DudeInNOVA saidI have an older cat. Does that count? No? I guess I can't be part of this club.
BTW, if you're interested in any of the glucosamine products, like Cosequin, they are much cheaper to buy online. The mark-up at the vet's office is insane. You often don't need a prescription for those products either.
Of course cats count. I changed the thread to be more inclusive.
I was just being a smart-ass, but thanks for the inclusion. My cat thinks he's a dog anyway. Seriously. I have to keep the toilet lids down to keep him from drinking out of it. He learned that from a dog growing up.
My cat is doing well for such an old man. He is having renal failure, but it seems to be progressing so slowly that he could last for years. I give him Cosequin daily, but I'm not sure it does any good. He's just at that age where his body is getting too sore.
He was the first pet that I had all to myself. I had another cat that I adopted when he was older, but I lost him a couple of years ago. I had a dog for a while too, but she died young from cancer.
OK, now this topic is depressing me.