Flex 2500 Medicine OnlineGlucosamine is a natural compound that is found in healthy cartilage in both humans and pets. It helps hydrate healthy joints by increasing the production of molecules that bin and hold water in the cartilage. Healthy cartilage provides cushioning which helps protect a pet's joints while exercising. Many believe that it provides clinical benefit in the synovial fluid by strengthening cartilage and aiding glycosaminoglycan synthesis. Further research on the effectiveness of glucosamine is still needed, but many people find it to be very beneficial to their pets. Flex 2500 also contains antioxidants like Vitamin E and Omega-3 fatty acids to complete a comprehensive joint support formulation.
Can be given during or after meal time. Initial Administration (4 to 6 week period) 5 to 15 lb - 1/4 scoop daily 16 to 30 lb - 1/2 scoop daily 31 to 60 lb - 1 scoop daily 61 to 100 lb - 2 scoops daily Over 100 lb - 2 1/2 scoops daily Maintenance Administration 5 to 15 lb - 1/4 scoop every other day 16 to 30 lb - 1/4 scoop daily 31 to 60 lb - 1/2 scoop daily 61 to 100 lb - 1 scoop daily Over 100 lb - 1 1/2 scoops daily
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 metabolic disorder causing hyperglycemia; 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.
Product Code: 10850
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