Dog Joint Relief

Today I am going to review Synflex, which is designed for use by people, dogs, and cats. I will be focusing on dog joint relief.


Synflex is made of all natural products. It is made in the U.S. and has no dangerous side effects. It is gluten free and has no grains in it. Synflex is in liquid form, which makes it easier for the body to use. Its glucosamine sulfate and glucosamine hcl is of pharmaceutical quality, Synflex America claims. It also has chondroitin.

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It also has 10 other ingredients that are good for your dog’s joints. All these ingredients together are designed to support the cartilage in your dog’s joints. Synflex has no fillers or binders. It has an 80-85% absorption rate, compared to 15-20% in most other products.


It has A, C, E, omega 3 and omega 6 oils, manganese, boswellic acid, and Bromelain. These are all ingredients that are not only good for the joints, but are antioxidants, detoxifiers, anti-inflammatories, and reduces swelling. Willow Bark also reduces inflammation.


Synflex states they have no serious side effects, unlike the side effects you get from arthritis medications. The FDA doesn’t regulate Syflex, because is not a drug, but they make sure it stays pure and safe. Numerous double-blind and placebo studies show that it helps your body rebuild cartilage, and maintain joint flexibility.


It also manages existing joint tissue, reduces inflammation, slows the progression of osteoarthritis, soothes achy, sore joints, and stimulates synovial fluid production to protect joints. It has a 4.5 out of 5 star rating on customer reviews.



Synflex America has been warned by the FDA that some of the claims they make classify it as a drug, instead of supplement.


This product has many ingredients to help you with mobility and joint pain, is well absorbed, well tolerated, and pure. It maintains a 4.5 out of 5 rating on product reviews. If you would like to check this product for your dog, cat, or yourself, click here!


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2 thoughts on “Dog Joint Relief”

  1. Thank you for that great piece of information on dog joint relief, and Synflex supplement.

    I just happen to have some few questions.

    What is the specific dosage requirements of Synflex for dogs or human? Is it depended on age ar weight?

    Does Synflex have side effects on pregnant animals?

    Will there be any harm if mixed with other supplements?

    You video elaborates it all very well.

    Best wishes

    • Thank you for your comments.  It does depend on the age and weight, but they didn’t provide a chart in the materials I looked at.  My sources say no side effects, so I would assume that it’s safe when pregnant.  There are no known side effects with other supplements that I know of.  Have a great day!


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