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Flexadin Chewable Tablets for Dogs & Cats

  • Plus Cat/Small Dog Chews » Pack of 90 £37.49
  • Plus Medium/Large Dog Chews » Pack of 90 £55.00
  • Tablets » Pack of 90 £56.50

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Flexadine Chewable Tablets are a palatable joint supplement designed to promote cartilage health through its unique mixture of four highly active ingredients. Combining Glucosamine Hydrochloride, Manganese, Harpagophytum Procumbens (Devil's Claw) and Chondroitin Sulphate, Flexadin is an ideal supplement to encourage and sustain optimal joint function.



Glucosamine HCl 99% pure 500mg
Chondroitin sulfate 95% pure 400mg
Harpagophytum procumbens (Devil’s Claw) 150mg
Manganese (as Manganese sulfate) 10mg

Feeding guidelines

  • Initial feed

Initial Administration Tabel

  • Maintenance

After the initial 4-6 week period the number of chewable tablets can often be reduced to a maintenance level. Reduction should be done gradually in ½ to 1 tablet steps depending on the size of your pet, and should not be reduced more than once per month. Administration may be increased at any time depending on your pet’s needs.

Chewable tablets can be given to your pet with their food, by placing them on top of the food. Alternatively, chewable tablets can be given as a treat, separate from food, so that 'Flexadin time' becomes 'treat time'.


Flexadin Plus


Glucosamine HCl

125 mg

Chondroitin Sulfate

100 mg

Harpagophytum procumbens (Devil’s claw)

37.5 mg

Omega-3 Fatty Acids (from flaxseed oil)

37.5 mg


18 mg

Eicosapentaenoic Acid (fish oil omega-3)

5.4 mg

Docosahexaenoic Acid (fish oil omega-3)

3.8 mg

Manganese (as manganese sulfate)

2.5 mg

Vitamin E

10 mg (5 IU)

Non-medicinal ingredients: Chicken liver, brewers yeast, cellulose, glycerin, arabic gum, water, citrus pectin, maltodextrin, calcium alginate, sorbic acid, propionic acid, mixed tocopherols blend.

Feeding guidelines

  • Flexadin Plus Cat and Small Dog (Less than 6kg) - 1 Chew
  • Flexadin Plus Cat and Small Dog (6kg-10kg) - 2 Chews
  • Flexadin Plus Medium and Large Dog (10kg-30kg) - 1 Chew
  • Flexadin Plus Medium and Large Dog (30kg+) - 2 Chews

Flexadin Advanced


Unhydrolyzed collagen type II
(yielding 10 mg of active undenatured collagen type II)

40 mg

Omega-3 Fatty Acids (from flaxseed oil)

80 mg

Omega-3 Fatty Acids (from fish oil)

20 mg

Vitamin E

42 mg (21 IU)

Non-medicinal ingredients: Oat flour, rye flour, brewers yeast, oat meal, water, glycerin, chicken liver, arabic gum, soy lecithin, citrus pectin, maltodextrin, calcium alginate, sorbic acid, propionic acid, mixed tocopherols blend.

Feeding guidelines

Weight Chews per day
Small Dog Less than 10kg 1
Medium Dog 10kg-30kg 1
Large Dog More than 30kg 1

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Which flexadin to choose?

13th Jan 2015
Lorna Cuddy
  • VioVet Customer Since: May 2012
  • From: Greater Manchester, United Kingdom

What's the difference between Flexadin, flexadin plus and flexadin advanced? I have bernese mountain dog with hip dysplasia and he has been on Cosequin for almost a year.....should I swap to flexadin and if so which one?

  • Non-Executive Director

Flexadin contains the usual


25th Nov 2014
Julie Miller
  • VioVet Customer Since: November 2014
  • From: Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom

My 2 year old golden retriever has hip dysplasia which strength Flexadin would you recommend
Thank you
Julie miller

  • Non-Executive Director

For your dog the standard Flexadin tablets at the normal maintenance dose would be appropriate. There are a number of other things you can do to help your dog. Ideally it should be regarded as a dog with a weakness, but this often can still allow a very full and happy life. Exercise should be regular but slightly restrained. Getting very tired is bad for hips like this, so exercise should never be too excited, strenuous or prolonged. Your dog should have fun, but you might need to put the dampers on it at times. The other thing which makes a big difference is keeping your dog slim. Retrievers are so prone to putting on excess weight that this alone can be the biggest problem if the hips are not great. Feed much less that you would otherwise do. Feed only just enough to keep your dog from not getting too skinny. No dog gets fat if it is not over-fed, despite all the hype about obesity epidemics. Most dogs with hip dysplasia will actually have a long and happy life if cared for appropriately. The Flexadin will help, but do not rely on it by itself. I hope things go well for you and your dog.

Flexadin for dogs

26th Oct 2014

My dog is on Flexadin once a day and has been since July. Unfortunately, I've left his medication behind and won't be picking it up until 5 days time would he be ok without taking them for 5days?

  • Non-Executive Director

5 days without the supplement after several months on it will not make a huge difference. If he has been on a reduced, "maintenance" dose (as is commonly advised after the initial period) then I would give him the full recommended dose for the first 5 days after you get back. Otherwise treat him as normal and he will very quickly catch up as if nothing had happened.