Another dog saved
From Tony of Covina, California on 4/27/2017.
Seven years ago my 12 year old Chesapeake Bay Retriever developed a hereditary spinal disease and could no longer walk on his own. We were about to put him down when we tried Flex-Pet, and it was a miracle. He could walk and run again and we had another year together. Now my current Chessie has arthritis and nothing the Vet recommended worked. Again I turned to Flex-Pet and again it was a miracle with my dog able to go on her walks and swim in the pool.
Very Very Good
From Pat Taylor of Pahrump, Nevada on 11/21/2016.
We rescued a Bull Mastiff with hip issues - when we got him home he had to lay down to eat and drink - it took him a few days to be able to go any distance. We put him on Flexpet and in about two weeks he was running. Now he is in and out of the car and actually running. This has been really quite amazing - Flexpet and exercise did it - good job
From Jaji of Parma, Ohio on 8/18/2016.
I have a tiny Pomeranian (around 3.5 lbs). I adopted him and vets estimate him to be older than 8 years old. He always yelped and walked really slow and with his head tilted to the side because his neck was always sore.I crumble up a tablet with his food once a day, and it's been about 3 months now. He is as good as new. He even runs sometimes now! Love seeing him more active. I'm usually a skeptic, but this thing works!
Great results for osteoarthritis in my dogs.
From Kristin Cortelloni of Monticello, Illinois on 5/19/2016.
Had ACL surgery on Great Dane rescued mix when he was 6 yrs at university vet clinic. They told me he had severe osteoarthritis on the joint-bone on bone and to do some research to see if supplements would help. He was on rimadyl initially during rehab time and I found Flexpet. We were able to get him off Rimadyl in 3 months and only on Flexpet now for 4 years. He does daily walks and still runs at almost 11 now. Best decision to try this supplement as no side effects like the rimadyl. Now his 3 year old brother which was also a rescue with hip dysplasia is taking it and we are weaning him off rimadyl as well. He has only been with us 6 weeks, but I sent a video of him running and walking and it made his foster mom cry with joy. This dog was lame in both back legs and was rehabbed with hydrotherapy for 5 months with his foster mom. He now runs and has shown good muscle increase in back legs. Flexpet has done wonders for my big dogs with moderate to severe osteoarthritis. I thank God we can use something natural and both dogs love the taste.
As they say you have nothing to loose but the pain
From H. White of Melbourne Beach, Florida on 8/13/2015.
My Niece's dog her cartilage degraded in her paws to where she was walking on her ankles. A very sad sight.. And she laid down everywhere never wanting to move. Now she walks (still on her ankles) and plays and wages her tail more than she had in ages. I cannot wait to see where she is after the 3rd bottle :) Amazing stuff if your pet suffers from any joint pain or arthritis please give this a shot.. As they say you have nothing to loose but the pain...
10/7/2016 – How soon after starting my pet on FlexPet can I expect to see results?
Response From Flexcin International: You will likely see a noticeable difference in the animal’s activity level within 2-3 weeks, but it can take longer to notice significant, if not complete, benefits. We recommend you provide your pet the appropriate daily amount for 3 full months to fully evaluate the results.
7/6/2016 – Does FlexPet work better for certain breeds of dogs or cats?
Response From Flexcin International: FlexPet works equally well for all breeds, however, some dog breeds are more likely to suffer from arthritis and joint pain. These breeds include German Shepherd, Rottweiler, Great Dane, St. Bernard, Greyhound and several of the Terrier breeds.
6/15/2016 – When starting on FlexPet can I stop using other medications for my pet?
Response From Flexcin International: Your pet should continue taking any medications that have been prescribed by your veterinarian. As joint condition symptoms decline, you should inform your veterinarian so they can reduce or stop any medications your pet is taking.
10/29/2015 – Is FlexPet safe?
Response From Flexcin International: Yes, FlexPet is made with all-natural ingredients and no harmful steroids, fillers or chemicals, artificial flavors or colors; it is absolutely safe to take on a regular basis. As always, consult your veterinarian if you have a concern.
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