If you only want to buy one size of Joint Support Plus, then you should feed the small ones to both dogs. The small dog should be fed according to the feeding directions on the package. As for the large dog, three of the small-sized chews are equal to one of the large-sized chews. So if your large dog should consume two large chews per day, that would be equal to six small chews (don’t worry, our chews are delicious, dogs love them).These six small chews can be given three at a time, twice daily. We don’t recommend breaking up the large chews for the small dogs because the ingredients may not be equally dispersed throughout the chew, therefore you might be giving your dog too much glucosamine at one time. Too much Glucosamine can be harsh on the stomach, so you want to make sure you are giving the correct dosage.
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