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tomcat.jpgCosequin, the world leading joint care supplement for cats and dogs, has launched a series of entertaining new paw-tapping internet videos, featuring the fancy feline footwork of a ballroom dancing cat and her canine partner (Ginger and Fred).
The Cosequin team hopes the light-hearted new videos of Fred and Ginger demonstrating everything from the jive to the rumba will raise awareness of the more serious issue of mobility problems in cats and dogs . To see the videos log onto www.cosequin-dance.co.uk.
Pet owners visiting the site can also enter a competition to win a day with award-winning animal photographer, Sam Lunt. The prize, worth over £1,000, includes a photo shoot for you and your pet with the pictures being presented to the lucky winner in a beautiful, bound photo book. There are also ten pairs of tickets for a live dancing show up for grabs.
Sadly, mobility issues can affect pets at different life stages, but it doesn’t need to be an ongoing problem. Cosequin is the perfect solution for cats and dogs that may not be able to perform the cha cha cha quite as easily as they once could. By supporting joint condition and maintaining not only healthy cartilage, but also healthy joint structures, Cosequin is suitable for all cats and dogs that need some joint support, especially highly active or older pets. 
Cosequin is available either as a chewable tablet or, for  pets with particularly discerning taste buds, the taste-free powder in Cosequin capsules is designed to be sprinkled directly onto the food.
To see the viral videos and enter the competition visit
www.cosequin-dance.co.uk where you can choose four dances for Fred and Ginger to perform or pick up a leaflet from your local vet practice.

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