Flex 2500 Granules, 960 gm
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Flex 2500 Granules, 960 gm contains glucosamine, MSM, perna canaliculus, and omega-3 fatty acids. Easy-to-administer granules also have creatine monohydrate which helps enhance the energy for muscle contraction. Flex 2500 works by lubricating joints, restoring viscosity to synovial fluid, and easing pain and discomfort.
- Joint support granules for dogs
- Active ingredients work together to promote joint health
- Contains glucosamine, methylsulfonylmethane, and omega-3 fatty acids
- Green-lipped mussel and glucosamine return viscosity to synovial fluid
- Manufacturer information and usage
Overall Customer Rating:
Customer Reviews: 3
I have been using this product for years for my dogs. One of my dogs, Star, had luxating patellas that were pretty bad. I was not happy about her having surgery as she was a pug. My vet came up with the idea of trying an alternative...a double dose for a giant breed dog of Flex 2500 and a double dose of Omega 3-6-9 daily. After 3 months there was a slight improvement, after a year Star could lie with her back legs out behind her which she could never do before. After 3 years she hadn't had a problem with her knees popping out at all. I would recommend this product to anyone whose dog has joint problems.
Great product. Our Shepherd mix has taken this for the last 2 years with great results and improvement in her mobility!
I was giving my dog 3 different supplements so that she could have all the ingredients I wanted. Then I found this one that contains everything. It makes my life so much easier and makes it less annoying for my dog.
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