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HyaFlex for Dogs

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HyaFlex™ for Dogs is a liquid high molecular weight Hyaluronic Acid for oral use. This canine formula supports your dog’s healthy joint and cartilage function. It contains no harmful preservatives and is odorless, tasteless and colorless.

Directions: Add one (1) ml (full dropper) one time daily or as recommended per body weight.

Storage and Warnings: Store at room temperature. Keep out of reach of children. Do not use if seal is broken. For small animal oral use only– not for injection use.

To avoid contamination of product, use caution when removing the dropper from the bottle. Avoid contact with any surface or object other than the inside of the bottle.

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Useful Frequently Asked Questions

What is Hyaluronic Acid?
Hyaluronic Acid is a special mucopolysaccharide occurring naturally throughout the human body. One of the most heavily researched substances today. Its function in the body is, amongst other things, to bind water and to lubricate movable parts of the body, such as joints and muscles. Its consistency and tissue-friendliness allow it to be used in skin-care products as an excellent moisturizer. Hyaluronic Acid is one of the most hydrophilic (water-loving) molecules in nature and can be described as “nature’s moisturizer”.
Why does my pet need a hyaluronic acid product?
Hyaluronic Acid is naturally produced by the body as a constituent of synovial fluid that lubricates the cartilage between the joints. As your pet ages, their body produces less and less HA and it becomes more and more difficult to replenish it and the cartilage and other structures of the joint begin to need support. Joints become less flexible and movement is limited. HA supplements pick up where their bodies fail them.
What does HA do for my pet’s joints?
The HA in HyaFlex™ helps to improve joint movement and cushioning. If we compare the joints of your pet’s body to an automobile engine, the joint fluid in their body mimics the oil in a car engine. At regular intervals, we replace the oil in our car engines because the heat and friction breakdown the oil’s viscosity. The oil becomes thinner and less able to protect the metal surfaces from excessive wear. HyaFlex™ acts the same way in their joints. As your pet ages, the viscosity of their joint fluid breaks down and becomes thin and is unable to cushion the joint cartilage. This leads to increased friction on the cartilage surfaces of their joints. Taking HyaFlex™ helps maintain the normal viscosity of joint fluid.
What if my pet doesn’t have joint issues?
If your pet is not currently experiencing joint issues, then HyaFlex™ may be used to provide benefits in the long run. Just as we change the oil in our car to help stop problems, taking HyaFlex™ may help your pets by maintaining proper joint fluid viscosity. Also, hyaluronic acid production slows down considerably as pets age, which accounts for the joint issues, so it makes good sense to compensate with HA.
How do I give HyaFlex™ to my pet?
Just administer the specified amount (shown on the side of the box) of HyaFlex™ to your pet once daily. HyaFlex™ is odorless and tasteless so your pet won’t even notice it. Each bottle of HyaFlex™ contains a 30-60 day supply depending on the weight of the animal.
Where does the Hyaluronic Acid in HyaFlex™ come from?
The Hyaluronic Acid in Hya-Flex™ comes from an extracellular protein produced by natural fermentation. This product is not derived from any animal source. Hypersensitivity reactions should not be a concern. Natural fermentation can yield higher molecular weight HA. The weight of the molecule directly influences its “moisture-binding” capability, and HyaFlex™ has the highest molecular weight HA on the market. This may explain the phenomenal results we are experiencing.
How long has Hyaluronic Acid been used?
Hyaluronic Acid was first used commercially in 1942 when Endre Balazs applied for a patent to use it as a substitute for egg white in bakery products. He went on to become the leading expert on HA, and made the majority of discoveries concerning HA. Hyaluronic Acid has long been used in some of the top-selling commercial skincare products to support skin hydration.
Because it is an acid will it burn mine or my pet’s skin or stomach?
Hyaluronic Acid is often called an acid and this is a misnomer. Hyaluronic Acid as a sodium salt (sodium hyaluronate)(HyaFlex™) will have a neutral pH measurement, not an acidic. Because of the water retention capacity of Hyaluronic Acid, it is actually a very good moisturizer for the skin and is being used.
This supplement has provided a significant improvement to Moncho, our almost 15 years old Pug, he was struggling to even stand and barely walking, today he can at least walk around the house and even enjoys walking a few feet outside! He still does it with some difficulty but the difference is noticeable, it has changed his life (and ours!) I absolutely have noticed a difference in my little Molly Jane since taking Hyaflex. She has more bounce in her walk and run and wants to go out and run now more than ever. It has ben a game changer. Thank you!! I love hyaflex! I’ve been using it for my dogs and it’s the only product I will use on them! I have a 14 yr old Dobi-Lab who started having troubles a couple of years ago. I tried pet food store supplements and other online supplements with little to no results. About a year ago, I read a good review of Hyaflex and bought it. Within 3-4 weeks I noticed she wasn't falling as much and she should have gotten worse. She is getting it everyday now for about a year and is able to move much better than I ever thought. I am sure she would have been in dire straits without Hyaflex with Hyaluronic Acid. My dog will be 13 yrs old next month, was having a hard time stand would lose his legs and fall sometimes. Front leg would Trimble, I have been putting the hyalogic hyaflex drops in his water every morning and now is running through the house like he use to do when he was a puppy. This product has giving my lil man back life he was just laying around and now he is back jumping in the car for a ride. Thank you so much for this product. 🐶 I give my 13-year-old, 34 lb. dog this, as well as other joint protective things. So, it's hard to tell what's is making a huge difference and what is a waste of money. However, the science behind hyaluronic acid and joint health is sound and this product has good dosage recommendations. Couple that with the fact that my dog can still tree squirrels, jump on a pretty high bed and prance around like a dancer and I am not likely to remove this from her regimen. Also, the stuff has a benign taste and is easy to administer. The vet recommended Hyaflex for our dogs. Generally speaking they were both throwing their respective backs out about every 3-4 months---needing upwards of a month of steady crate rest. One dog has calcified disks, the other might as well be. So for both dogs, the recommended dosage is 1ml. We give them 0.75ml each evening with their food to make this stretch a bit. We haven't had any back issues in well over a year, and that's even as these dogs are getting older. (ages 6 & 7 respectively). I highly recommend this, as we really haven't been consistent on anything else (glucosamine and condroitin) except hyaflex, and it's cheaper than going to the vet. They seem their same over-exertion "TAKE THE STAIRS TO GET OFF THE COUCH!" selves. A couple things: Most any medication/supplement you give to dogs, give with food. We didn't have any condition we were looking for improvement, this is just a statistical improvement in the number of times we've had to rehab our pups. If you're buying this for your dogs, please research what foods they're eating as well.
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