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Glyco-Flex II Soft Chews For Cats & Small Dogs 60ct
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UPC Code: 026664182265
Note: Ingredients listed are based on the most current information available. Please refer to actual product packaging as formulations may change. If you have questions regarding a product or its ingredients, please contact us for more information.
Moderate joint support
Delicious Chicken Liver Flavor
Formulated With Perna, Glucosamine, MSM, DMG, & Manganese
Glyco-Flex Is #1 In Joint Support
Glyco-Flex II Soft Chews for Cats and Small Dogs (Vetri-Science)
Per 2 Soft Chews Perna canaliculus (Green-Lipped) Mussel (300mg),
Methysulfonylmethane (250mg), Glucosamine HCl (250mg), N,N Dimethylglycine HCl
(50mg), Manganese as Proteinate (5mg), brewers yeast, canola oil, chicken liver
flavor, glycerin, natural mixed tocopherols, propionic acid, soy lecithin,
Sursweet™ (maltodextrin, sodium alginate and calcium sulfate), whey.
What is this product used for
Recommended to provide intermediate support for joint and connective tissue
support for all stages of life.
Glyco-Flex II Soft Chews for Cats and Small Dogs is a chicken liver flavored,
non-prescription (OTC) product.
How this product should be used
The usual dose of Glyco-Flex II Soft Chews for Cats and Small Dogs for the first
4-6 weeks is 2 Soft Chews per 10 lbs of body weight, daily. After the initial
period, give a maintenance dose of 1 Soft Chew per 10 lbs of body weight, daily.
If giving more than 1 chew, divide between AM and PM.
What are the side effects
Administer during or after the animal has eaten to reduce the incidence of
What special precautions are there
This product is for animal use only. Safe use in pregnant animals or animals
intended for breeding has not been proven. Consult your veterinarian before
using this product in animals with clotting disorders or being treated with
anticoagulant medications, diabetes or any metabolic disorder causing
hyperglycemia, history of urinary tract stones, known allergies to shellfish. If
lameness worsens, discontinue use and contact your veterinarian.