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New Pain Relief!

By Dr. Andrew Jones

From: Dr Andrew Jones
Author: Veterinary Secrets Revealed
Website: http://www.veterinarysecretsrevealed.com

Re: New Pain Relief!


I have found a newer effective supplement for arthritis, and I wanted to tell you all about it.

As arthritis is defined as inflammation of the joints, the primary sign is lameness. This may be seen as difficulty rising after laying down, or reluctant to bear full weight on one leg. Some pets have arthritis of their backs, and this is displayed with a hunched abdomen and reluctance to move. In certain pets you can move the affected joint and hear noise called crepitus; this is the new arthritic bone grinding against bone.


The most common type of arthritis is degenerative joint disease (DJD). This can be primary, the cause of which is unknown and secondary, following conditions involving joint instability leading to damage of the subchondral bone that line the joints. Some common causes of DJD include hip dysplasia and cranial cruciate ligament rupture.

Other causes include joint infection, often as the result of bites or injuries or it may follow joint trauma and damage.

Rheumatoid arthritis is an immune mediated, erosive, inflammatory condition. Cartilage and bone are eroded within affected joints and the condition can progress to complete joint fixation, (ankylosis). It may affect single joints or multiple joints may be involved (polyarthritis). In certain dog breeds Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) factors can be detected with blood tests. Other types of immune mediated arthritis can be non-erosive, such as arthritis that is associated with Systemic Lupus Erythematosis (SLE). SLE is often accompanied by other clinical signs in addition to the arthritis. Infective or septic arthritis can be caused by a variety of microorganisms, such as bacteria, viruses and fungi. Septic arthritis normally only affects a single joint and the condition results in swelling, fever, heat and pain in the joint. Before long your pet is likely to stop eating and become depressed.


IT?????S IN THE CARTILAGE. GLUCOSAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE is the most important supplement to add to your pet?????s diet.

It helps to rebuild the cartilage and delay further cartilage breakdown.

It can come in a variety of combinations.

A NEW effective one I have used is called Synflex, containing a pharmaceutical quality liquid Glucosamine Sulfate and Glucosamine HCL plus ten other beneficial, complimenting ingredients. We came up with Syn-flex?? , one of the most effective supplement for Arthritis and hip dysplasia in pets available. It doesn’t just ease the pain, it slows the progression of the disease by rebuilding proteoglycan molecules which renew the supply of synovial fluid in your pet’s joint, rehabilitating the cartilage and allowing your pet to move without pain.

These are the ingedients in 1/4 oz, the dose for a 100lb dog…

250 mg Glucosamine HCL and Glucosamine Sulfate
25 mg Shark Cartilage (20% Chondroitin Sulfate)
8 mg Boswellin
3 mg Yucca Powder
5 mg Manganese (Ascorbate)
1 mg Bromelaine
5 mg Vitamin C
5 mg Omega 3 Fatty Acid
1.6 mg Omega 6 Fatty Acid
80 IU Vitamin A
2 IU Vitamin E

FATTY ACIDS. Omega 3 fatty acids are critical for every arthritic pet. A great source for your dog is ground flax. A source for your cat is found in commercial liquid supplements, dose according to the bottle directions.

JENNY CRAIG. If your pet is overweight, then get him on a diet. A safe weight loss target is 15% of the body weight in a 6 month period. Any additional weight puts incredible strain on already sore joints. If you are serious about having your pet lose pounds you will see a dramatic improvement. Feed a high-quality, calorie-reduced, or elevated-fiber diet, and stop giving all table scraps and treats.

METHYLSULFONYMETHANE. MSM is a supplement, found in some plants such as Horsetail. It works by reducing inflammation in the joints by acting as an antioxidant.

HEALING TOUCH. Massage can be a great way to relieve some of the discomfort of arthritis. Using your fingertips, rub firm circles into the muscle. Then progress to using the palm of your hand. Doing this daily will increase blood flow and make your pet less painful.


I am now using Synflex in my clinic and seeing some great results with my clients pets.

To see great results for all of your pet’s health problems, run on over and pick up my book before the price jumps at http://www.veterinarysecretsrevealed.com

It’s Your Pet- Heal Them At Home!

Best Wishes

Dr Andrew Jones

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