Flexadin Plus Granules for Dogs are an easy way to ensure that your dog's joints stay healthy through old age.
Flexadin granules are made to care for your dog's cartilage with a series of ingredients known to promote joint care in dogs. The granules are easy to feed to your pet whether in a treat or mixed in with your dog's food, taking care of your pooch's joint problems has never been easier!
Flexadin Plus Granules for Dogs comes in 480 g containers but is also available in 960 g packages for those with multiple dogs or who prefer to stock up on their pet supplies. For the larger size container or other joint care products from Flexadin, check out the related items section to find Flexadin for your dog or cat. Don't wait until arthritis has already taken your pet's livelihood, order Flexadin to keep your pet's joints healthy today!
Promotes healthy joints
Contains unique ingredients to promote healthy cartilage
For use in dogs only Recommended to support joint health
Directions: Initial oral administration (4 to 6 week period) 5 to 14 lbs: ¼ tablet daily 15 to 29 lbs: ½ tablet daily 20 to 59 lbs: 1 tablet daily 60 to 99 lbs: 2 tablets daily 100 lbs and over: 2½ tablets daily Maintenance administration 5 to 29 lbs: May reduce to every other day administration 30 to 59 lbs: ½ tablet daily 60 to 99 lbs: 1 tablet daily 100 lbs. and over: 1½ tablets daily
WARNINGS:For Animal use only! Keep out of reach of children and animals. You pet may consider this a treat. In case of accidental overdose, contact a health professional immediately. Store in a dry, cool place.
Cautions: Safe use in pregnant animals or animals intended for breeding has not been proven.
Consult with your veterinarian before using this product in animals: with clotting disorders; being treated with anticoagulant medications; with diabetes or any metabloic disorder causing hyperclycemia; with a history of urinary tract stones; with known allergies to shellfish.
If lameness worsens, discontinue use and contact your veterinarian.
Administer during or after the animal has eaten to reduce incidence of gastrointestinal upset.