We talk with a lot of pet owners all over the country. Some of them have hurting dogs and are trying to figure out what is going to help their dog the most. Others have dogs that are currently using a medication or supplement and want to know if there is something better out there (and yes, “better” can mean a handful of things!). The question we are always asked, and are happy to answer, is “What makes Flexpet different?” There’s a lot that sets us apart, but here are the big ones:
- All-Natural – No drugs, prescriptions, or side effects
- Cetyl Myristoleate (CM8) – Discovered by an NIH researcher who was given patents for its use in arthritis relief
- The Right Glucosamine – There are two types, and the one used by Flexcin has significantly more research showing its effectiveness
- Money-Back Guarantee – We fully stand behind the product and will refund the purchase price if you don’t think it helped
- Comprehensive – Six ingredients working together to not only relieve pain, but to fully nourish and lubricate the joints, and help prevent further damage.
Of course, before any dietary, supplement, or medication change for your dog, you should always talk to your vet. But, there are a lot of things that make Flexpet different, and in our opinion, the best joint supplement for pets on the market today. Here is more information on the highlights above, and what we think are the most important things that you need to be aware of.
Going the All-Natural Route
First of all, Flexpet is an all-natural joint supplement. We believe that staying the natural route for pets, when possible, is best. Our products contain high-quality, all-natural ingredients and are manufactured in the USA in FDA approved facilities. Because the products are natural, there are also no side effects caused by chemicals (which are also typically designed to only mask the pain, not deal with the underlying issues).
CM8 – Not Found in Any Other Pet Product on the Market Today
Cetyl Myristoleate (CM8) is an all-natural compound that was discovered years ago by an NIH researcher (Dr. Harry Diehl) who was looking into treatments for arthritis. He discovered that certain mice were immune to arthritis, and the compound Cetyl Myristoleate was responsible. Dr. Diehl created a way to recreate the compound, and was awarded multiple patents for the treatment of arthritis in mammals for his discovery. (You can read more about Dr. Diehl and his discover here: Cetyl Myristolate). Studies done on Cetyl Myristolate also showed significant benefit above placebo.
Flexpet specifically contains CM8. CM8 is a version of Cetyl Myristoleate named for 8 markers that are used to determine the quality of Cetyl Myristoleate, ensuring that it is in fact the same compound discovered by Dr. Diehl. There are a few other products that contain Cetyl Myristoleate, but those are not CM8 and have differences from the effective compound of Dr. Diehl. Only Flexpet has CM8.
Flexpet also has a unique, proprietary enzyme blend in the formula. The trouble with CM8 is that it can’t simply be taken on its own, because there are difficulties in the body processing CM8 in it’s pure form. So, Flexpet contains an enzyme blend that aids in digestion and absorption of CM8 into the body. Without the enzyme blend, CM8 is highly ineffective in most cases, as the body does not process it.
Getting the Right Glucosamine
Most people compare Flexpet to what their dog is currently taking, which is most commonly a glucosamine product. There are actually two kinds of glucosamine – glucosamine sulfate potassium, and glucosamine hydrochloride. Please look at what kind of glucosamine your dog is taking. There is significant research about the benefits of glucosamine sulfate potassium. However, there is very limited research showing the benefits of glucosamine hydrochloride. Because of the research backing glucosamine sulfate potassium, we believe this is a significantly better option. You can read more about the types of glucosamine here (note that this info is on flexcin.com, which is the version of our joint supplement designed for people).
Glucosamine is also not easily broken down, but is greatly aided by methylsulfonylmethane (MSM). MSM increases the absorption rate of sulfur, which helps the dog’s body process the glucosamine. Any supplement with glucosamine should have MSM as well, but not all do.
Full Money Back Guarantee
At Flexpet, we truly believe in our product and want to help people and their pets. So, we offer a money back guarantee. If you don’t feel that Flexpet worked to bring your dog joint pain relief, just send back the empty bottles/pouches and we’ll refund your full first order, up to 3 bottles/pouches. There are some cases where Flexpet is not able to help a dog (our return rate is less than 1%), and we don’t want you to be on the hook for that, so we’ll refund your order.
Getting the Full Package
Flexpet has the benefit of 6 highly effective ingredients, all together in one convenient supplement that nourishes and lubricates the joints, relieves pain, and protects and prevents further damage. No other product on the market today has a combination of ingredients like that of Flexpet, and we believe that Flexpet will provide better results than any other product out there. If your dog has joint pain issues, we invite you to try Flexpet risk-free today, and start your dog on the journey to playing like a pup again!