Information About Curaflex 2 Bonelets
Curaflex 2 Bonelets for dogs
Curaflex 2 bonelets are supplements used in dogs to improve their joint health, whether it may be joint arthritis or an existing joint problem or some joint injury. Furthermore, Curaflex 2 also protects the joints from any future damage. Curaflex 2 is a combination of 2 naturally occurring ingredients, glucosamine hydrochloride and methylsulfonylmethane (MSM).
The former is a naturally occurring compound present in the body, and it maintains joint health and manages its repair when necessary. The latter is used as a sulfur source. Sulfur is found in dogs’ bodies, and it aids in maintaining healthy, functioning cartilages.
Curaflex 2 is sold as chewable bone shaped tablets in pork flavor. Curaflex 2 acts by reducing the inflammation in the affected joints and alleviates joint pain. In addition, it promotes healthier joints, thus, facilitating greater ease of range of movement and mobility in the dog. Furthermore, it reduces the needs of NSAIDs.
This medicine can be easily purchased from Canada Pharmacy.
The active ingredients are:
- Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) 500mg
- Glucosamine HCl 500mg
The dose of Curaflex 2 depends upon the weight of the dog. It is given for a period of 4 to 6 weeks. The basic recommended dose is as follows:
- Under 15 lbs. – ½ chewable
- 16-30 lbs. – 1 chewable
- 31-60 lbs. – 2 chewable
- 61-100 lbs. – 3 chewable
- 100+ lbs. – 4 chewable
Dose of Curaflex 2 should be progressively lowered over time. But it may be increased anytime if your pet’s health requires.
Before starting the therapy with Curaflex 2 bonelets for your dogs, consult your vet. It is vital that the vet checks up your pet and ensures that there are no allergies related to the 2 main ingredients, glucosamine and MSM, present in Curaflex 2. Furthermore, if your dog is on any medication, consult your vet for any possible drug interactions that may occur with Curaflex 2.
Curaflex 2 boasts that no side effects occur with the usage of Curaflex 2 bonelets. But some mild side effects may be encountered, and the vet should be immediately consulted in such cases. These include:
- Diarrhea or constipation
- Allergic reaction
- Loss of appetite
- Excessive thirst
- Excessive urination
- Increased intestinal gas
Product Code: 13010
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