The only dog joint supplement containing

The only canine joint supplement containing
UC-II® +
Boswellia extract

Extract
Boswellia
+

The only dog joint supplement containing

+
Boswellia
Extract

The only dog joint supplement containing

+
Boswellia
Extract
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THE NEW FLEXADIN ADVANCED

Now there is a NEW joint supplement that brings together a unique combination of proven ingredients – to help you and your dog enjoy life together.

Choose the only dog joint supplement available that contains UC-II® + Boswellia Extract.

Soothes stiff joints and supports joint structure
Soothes stiff joints and supports joint structure
 Aids mobility and flexibility
Aids mobility and flexibility
Supports long-term joint health
Supports long-term joint health


Find out why we have challenged the norm by using these ingredients over the more conventional Glucosamine and Chondroitin.

EASY TO GIVE

New Flexadin Advanced should be given as one chew daily, regardless of your dog’s weight.
This means you can easily manage the dosage, reduce symptoms faster and maximise the positive effects of the ingredients.

Unlike many other supplements, there is NO initial loading phase required to get the ingredients into the system – keeping things simple.

Whether you choose to give the one a day chew by itself as a treat or with your dog’s meal,
we’re confident they’ll love the pork liver flavour as dogs gave us a 95% on the palatability rating!

We feel it is especially important to ensure your dog likes the supplement you give,
ensuring the bond you have as pet and owner remains strong while you look after them.

PACK SIZES

New Flexadin Advanced is available in two pack sizes – 30 chews and 60 chews.

The chews are stored in handy foil zip-lock packs, so they remain fresh for longer.

RISK FREE TRIAL

We are very confident that you and your dog will be happy with New Flexadin Advanced after eight weeks. If not, you will receive your money back!

*Exclusive to veterinary practices

JOINT STIFFNESS – RECOGNISING THE SIGNS

Unfortunately, ‘slowing down’ and getting ‘a bit stiffer’ are mistakenly attributed to inevitable old age. The early stages of joint stiffness or decreased mobility in dogs can be subtle and sometimes difficult to detect, so understanding what to look out for can really make all the difference.

Stiffness or limping when walking

Reduced mobility – such as reluctance to get up or lie down, particularly on colder days

Swelling on the joints

Whining or crying even when comforted or when touched near to joints

Showing difficulty when jumping into cars or climbing stairs

Change in eating habit, such as reduced appetite

Changes in grooming habits, such as licking or chewing their joints

Becoming unusually restless, anxious or depressed

There are other factors besides ageing that can contribute to the development of stiff joints, including carrying
excess bodyweight, type and level of exercise, genetic factors and traumatic injury.


WHAT CAN YOU DO TO HELP?

If you spot any of the signs listed in your dog, don’t panic.
There is plenty you can do to support the health of their joints and ease their discomfort.

The most important thing to do first is to speak to your vet.
They will be able to answer any questions and concerns that you may have and recommend the next steps to help.