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In their daily lives, and even more when they have osteoarthritis, dogs and cats can be very hard on their joints. Thanks to the active ingredients in Flexadin Tablets, they will be able to move better, for longer!
What are the benefits of Flexadin tablets for my pet?
Flexadin tablets not only help prevent deterioration of cartilage, but even strengthen it. Your pet's motricity and mobility will increase. This outcome can allow your pet to participate in more physical activity which will contribute to better health, as well as potentially decrease the complications related to osteoarthritis and inactivity (weight gain, etc.).
What active ingredients are responsible for these benefits?
The nutritional supplement Flexadin tablets have 3 main ingredients :
- Devil's claw (Harpagophytum procumbens): a plant with pain-relieving properties.
- Glucosamine & Chondroitin : substances naturally produced by the body which relieve and slow down osteoarthritis progression.
How can I use the nutritional supplement Flexadin tablets?
Our chewable Flexadin tablet can be placed directly in your pet's mouth or you can also crush it and put it in her food. Flexadin tablets are designed to suit pets with allergies to animal protein. The chicken flavour is plant-sourced and it should be well tolerated by your pet.
Flexadin tablets are available in bottles of 30 and 120 tablets.
Consult your Veterinarian before you give your pet Flexadin. Follow the dosage recommended on the package, unless otherwise instructed by your vet.
VETOQUINOL REWARDS YOUR LOYALTY!
How does the Vetoquinol Care Loyalty Program work?
Vetoquinol Care Loyalty cards are available from your vet clinic.
Show your card every time you buy one of the selected products.
For 5 products purchased, you will get one free!
Which products are eligible for the Vetoquinol Care Loyalty Program?
The product list is available on the Vetoquinol Care Loyalty card.
For more information, please go to your vet's office!
Tips & Tricks
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Many owners are interested in showing their dog how much they care. My advice: treat your pet like you would want to be treated. It is that simple!