Flexadin Advanced has a unique administration rate and regardless of the weight of your pet he/she will require only 1 chew a day. There is no initial loading phase required when your pet starts Flexadin Advanced, which means you only need to give one chew per day from your very first purchase.

A loading phase is a period of time during which you will need to increase the dosage given to your dog. Many other supplements in the market do require a loading phase when starting the product leading to increased cost and effort. Flexadin Advanced does not require this phase – click here to find out more about how easy it is to give.

Flexadin Advanced is available in two pack sizes of 30 and 60 chews, for both dogs and cats. All chews are stored in handy foil zip-locked packs, so that they remain fresh for longer.

The main difference is that Flexadin Advanced contains UC-II® (undenatured type II collagen), which is a unique ingredient used to help support stiff joints in dogs. The majority of joint supplements contain glucosamine and chondroitin, and do not benefit from the unique power of UC-II®.

As with many ingredients that have been on the market for a long time, there are many advocates of glucosamine and chondroitin; however, although UC-II® is relatively new, it has become more and more popular due to the positive results of scientific studies in dogs, horses and humans.

Although both products contain UC-II® they have been specially formulated to support the specific species. As a result we cannot recommend the use of Flexadin Advanced Dog in cats and vice versa.

Flexadin products are available from your local vet practice where you can also ask about the Flexadin Advanced Loyalty Scheme and Progress Trackers.

Please find your local vet here to discuss the cost of Flexadin Advanced and the Loyalty Scheme we offer through participating vet practices.

All dogs are different and all cats are different, so the age at which their joints need support will vary. Some pets will benefit from Flexadin Advanced at an earlier age than others. If you have any concerns about your pet’s joints, or are worried that they are in discomfort, please discuss this with your vet, who will be able to recommend the best course of action.

Your dog should experience the positive effects of Flexadin Advanced within approximately two weeks. Due to a slightly different formulation, you can expect to see positive change in your cat up to eight weeks following first dose. In both cases, the Progress Tracker available from your vet practice will help you to assess their improvement.

Once the Flexadin Advanced begins to take effect, your pet will experience its beneficial effects for as long as you use it – this can be for the long term. Please speak to your vet to work out your pet’s specific programme of care.

Many of the traditional joint supplements contain glucosamine and chondroitin. These ingredients are well-tolerated in combination with the UC-II® in Flexadin Advanced.
These diets customarily contain ingredients such as omega-3 fatty acids, antioxidants and glucosamine and chondroitin. We understand that glucosamine and chondroitin are well-tolerated in combination with the UC-II® in Flexadin Advanced as well as the Boswellia Extract in Flexadin Advanced Dog.

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