Syn-flex for Pets Syn-flex for pets - herbal medicinesPut the Pep Back in Your Pet’s Step!

  • Does your pet have arthritis?··
  • Does he have a hard time walking or jumping?··
  • If so, take a look at Syn-flex for Pets. Your pet will love you for it.
$25.00 Overview Synflex for Pets is a liquid glucosamine formula for arthritis in pets.· However, most Glucosamine products on the market today come in pill or capsule form which is not absorbed well by the body of pets or humans. Recently, FDA released information concerning non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs for pets – including Metacam, Deramaxx, Previcox and Rimadyl – that shows they have been connected to 22,000 cases of illness in dogs. According to some veterinarians there can be liver issues, kidney issues and gastrointestinal irritation as well. Pet owners do not have to turn to potentially harmful prescription drugs for their pets health. The Pet Formula of Synflex contains the highest possible quality liquid Glucosamine Sulfate and HCL, shark cartilage containing 20% chondroitin sulfate, boswellin, yucca powder, manganese ascorbate, bromelain, vitamin C, omega 3 and omega 6 essential fatty acids, vitamin E, and vitamin A. We will go into detail on exactly what each of these ingredients offer and how they work together a little later. Liquid·Glucosamine found in Syn-flex® is one the most effective osteoarthritis formulas on the market today. Syn-flex® is formulated with the highest quality·Glucosamine and ten other synergistic arthritis fighting ingredients like chondroitin, boswellin, bromelain, yucca, and omega 3 and omega 6 fish oils to name a few. Dosage Chart (insert) Glucosamine is clinically proven to be highly beneficial in the treatment of osteoarthritis. However, most Glucosamine products on the market today come in capsule or pill form. This means that the·Glucosamine in these products is delivered in powdered form, which is not absorbed well. Syn-flex®, on the other hand uses pharmaceutical quality liquid Glucosamine Sulfate and Glucosamine HCL for a full 80-85% absorption rate, maximum bio-availability, and quickest relief. It usually takes between six to ten weeks before you begin to notice any results when you take capsule·Glucosamine products. However, with Syn-flex®, most of our customers report a noticeable improvement in their pet within·ten to fourteen days. While similar products contain only·Glucosamine, or at most three or four ingredients, there are eleven ingredients in Syn-flex®, all working synergistically to·effectively manage osteoarthritis, aid in rehabilitating damaged cartilage, promote healthy joints, and reduce inflammation. Syn-flex® contains the highest possible quality liquid·Glucosamine Sulfate and HCL, shark cartilage containing 20% chondroitin sulfate, boswellin, yucca powder, manganese ascorbate, bromelain, vitamin C, omega 3 and omega 6 essential fatty acids, vitamin E, and vitamin A. We will go into detail on exactly what each of these ingredients offer and how they work together a little later. The special Syn-flex® formula combines the latest advances in liquid Glucosamine ingredients into one product that·can significantly reduce arthritis pain and effectively promote joint health. Instead of hard-to-absorb powdered·Glucosamine in pills, Syn-flex® is formulated in a liquid for maximum·Glucosamine absorption and pain relief. Is your beloved pet not as active as before? - 06/15/02 J.R. Rogers Approximately 25-30% of family pets suffer from osteoarthritis. The stiffness, pain and swelling in a pet with arthritis is really no different than what you as a human being would experience. Arthritis in pets, as in humans, is a debilitating disease that greatly affects your pet's health and well being. With the onset of arthritis, also known as Degenerative Joint Disease (DJD), a happy, playful Fido or Fluffy can quickly turn listless and pain ridden. Types of Pet Arthritis:
  • Osteoarthritis is a chronic, slowly progressing condition that is caused by the breakdown and destruction of your pet's cartilage. As that occurs, the bony structures begin to rub against one another causing pain and discomfort.
  • Degenerative Joint Disease involves some kind of a breakdown or destruction in portions of the joint, usually cartilage. Just as in the case of osteoarthritis, this condition does not necessarily mean that your pet is experiencing any inflammation.
  • Hip Dysplasia is characterized by a malformed "ball and joint" socket in your animal. As you might expect, this ill-fitting combination causes a series of complications. Here, chronic inflammation is common; calcium build-ups occur; there is muscle pain, and the tissue in the surrounding areas begin to break down.
  • Elbow Dysplasia is a like condition that is typically hereditary and most generally found in larger breeds of dogs. Bones become malformed and usually results in "bone chips" that are very painful. Typically, your pet will exhibit some lameness when suffering from this condition.
  • Knee (dysplasia) is also characterized by malformed bones and bone "chips." It is painful and often obviates itself since the pet is lame and/or limping as the condition progresses.
  • Knee (stifle) joint typically involves torn ligaments which cause instability in the joint. Dislocation of the (knee) joint is also a problem. Inflammation is common since this is a joint that is subjected to a lot of stress and strain. In most cases it is a result of poor breeding.
  • Osteochondrosis, is a condition when you are contending with a medical condition, results from poor breeding. Improper or inadequate diet can also cause this condition (both factors may be at play). It is characterized by cartilage deterioration and tissue that is generally both inflammed and painful.
  • Hypertrophic arthritis involves excessive bone growth and/or "spurs" on the joints themselves. In such situations, the pet is typically experiencing a lot of pain.
  • Shoulder (degeneration) is usually a multi-factorial situation making a clear-cut cause difficult to isolate. An unstable joint, osteochondrosis or even trauma may be the cause. (Or, a combination of factors).
  • Wrist arthritis (carpi) might be compared to "carpal tunnel syndrome" seen in humans. Usually, this area of the pet's body is affected more frequently with pets who are very active.
  • Kneecap (dislocation) is usually caused by poorly formed leg bones which secondarily, allows the kneecap to move or "pop" out of its normal position. Usually, this is either an inherited condition or results from poor breeding.
If you are not sure which condition your pet has, or wish to read more information on the specific types, a full description can be found here. What's really going on to Cause this Pain in your Pet? The physiological changes that occur in pets are virtually identical to that of the human body. Essentially, it is the "breakdown" of the (protective) cartilage that covers or protects the ends of bones at the joint. Primary Vs. Secondary Osteoarthritis Since pets by nature are very active, it follows that they are constantly subjecting themselves to trauma. Where trauma is the cause of the onset of one of many osteoarthritis conditions (as opposed to hereditary conditions), the course of the disease is extremely rapid. While a human may sustain a traumatic injury that does not develop into an arthritic condition for many years, quite the opposite is true with pets. Unlike humans, most of pet arthritis develops almost immediately after trauma to their bodies. The onset can and is often within weeks of even a minor injury as opposed to years for a human. This is referred to as secondary arthritis compared to the more usual primary arthritis in humans. They can't discuss their Pain Pet owners often ask if Glucosamine can be used to help the cartilage in thier pet's joints even though they do not have a diagnosis of OA from a veterinarian. Studies on both humans and animals show that taking a Glucosamine supplement regularly can be beneficial to joint health in humans and their pets. There are signs, however, that will tell you your pet is at risk.
  • Reluctance to walk, climb stairs, jump, or play
  • Limping
  • Lagging behind on walks
  • Difficulty rising from a resting position
  • Yelping in pain when touched
  • A personality change
  • Resisting touch
Does your Pet show these Signs? If your pet shows these signs, I would highly recommend learning more about·Syn-flex for pets. With high quality, pharmaceutical quality liquid Glucosamine HCL and Glucosamine Sulfate plus ten other beneficial ingredients including all the ones mentioned above, we have created a product superior in quality and effectiveness.·
J.R. Rogers is the founder and President of Synflex America, Inc. makers of Liquid Glucosamine Formula Syn-flex® 
The author's statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and are not provided to diagnose any disease or to suggest that liquid Glucosamine and chondroitin will treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Here is a breakdown of one 1/4 oz. Syn-flex for Pets-Beef serving: (chart) Other ingredients: purified water, fructose, xanthan gum, gum arabic, poly