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HyaFlex™ for Cats

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HyaFlex™ for Cats is a liquid high molecular weight HA for oral use. This patented feline formula supports your cat’s healthy joint and cartilage function. It contains no preservatives and is odorless, tasteless and colorless. (30 ml)

Directions: Add one (1) ml (full dropper) one time daily or as recommended per body weight.

Storage and Warnings: Store at room temperature. Keep out of reach of children. Do not use if seal is broken. For small animal oral use only– not for injection use.

To avoid contamination of product, use caution when removing the dropper from the bottle. Avoid contact with any surface or object other than the inside of the bottle.

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Useful Frequently Asked Questions

What does HA do for my pet’s joints?
The HA in HyaFlex™ helps to improve joint movement and cushioning. If we compare the joints of your pet’s body to an automobile engine, the joint fluid in their body mimics the oil in a car engine. At regular intervals, we replace the oil in our car engines because the heat and friction breakdown the oil’s viscosity. The oil becomes thinner and less able to protect the metal surfaces from excessive wear. HyaFlex™ acts the same way in their joints. As your pet ages, the viscosity of their joint fluid breaks down and becomes thin and is unable to cushion the joint cartilage. This leads to increased friction on the cartilage surfaces of their joints. Taking HyaFlex™ helps maintain the normal viscosity of joint fluid.
What if my pet doesn’t have joint issues?
If your pet is not currently experiencing joint issues, then HyaFlex™ may be used to provide benefits in the long run. Just as we change the oil in our car to help stop problems, taking HyaFlex™ may help your pets by maintaining proper joint fluid viscosity. Also, hyaluronic acid production slows down considerably as pets age, which accounts for the joint issues, so it makes good sense to compensate with HA.
How do I give HyaFlex™ to my pet?
Just administer the specified amount (shown on the side of the box) of HyaFlex™ to your pet once daily. HyaFlex™ is odorless and tasteless so your pet won’t even notice it. Each bottle of HyaFlex™ contains a 30-60 day supply depending on the weight of the animal.
Where does the Hyaluronic Acid in HyaFlex™ come from?
The Hyaluronic Acid in Hya-Flex™ comes from an extracellular protein produced by natural fermentation. This product is not derived from any animal source. Hypersensitivity reactions should not be a concern. Natural fermentation can yield higher molecular weight HA. The weight of the molecule directly influences its “moisture-binding” capability, and HyaFlex™ has the highest molecular weight HA on the market. This may explain the phenomenal results we are experiencing.
Because it is an acid will it burn mine or my pet’s skin or stomach?
Hyaluronic Acid is often called an acid and this is a misnomer. Hyaluronic Acid as a sodium salt (sodium hyaluronate)(HyaFlex™) will have a neutral pH measurement, not an acidic. Because of the water retention capacity of Hyaluronic Acid, it is actually a very good moisturizer for the skin and is being used.
My Tonkinese will be 19 years old in September. When she was younger, she was always active. She would run up and down the hall with her sister, jump up to the top of her cat trees, and climb the ramp that would take her to the kitty walkway I had mounted high up on my wall. She would run across the walkway and come down on the other end. She also had the habit of jumping into my arms. All I had to do was tap my chest and up she would jump. It has now been years since she has attempted these feats. She has arthritis and limps around the house now. She can no longer jump up on my bed so I have steps at the foot of the bed so she can join me at night. I have been giving her HyaFlex for Cats for 7 weeks now and I am so very pleased with the improvement I see. Her limping is not totally gone yet but it has definitely improved, and with continued use of HyaFlex for Cats, I hope it will be completely gone. She is more energetic and active. She's up and walking more now. I look forward to the day she once again runs down the hallway chasing her sister or jumps up on my bed without having to use the steps. Thank you Hyalogic®! So far ... stuff is pretty good. Our cat is almost 18 years of age. We thought she was just getting old and being lazy and urinating next to the litterbox. We also though, well, maybe she just could not get in anymore. I finally got to watch her. It wasn't that she wasn't getting in or that she wasn't trying. She could not squat, and the urine was coming over the top of the litter box. She is not able to squat ... YAY ... and urinate in the litter box. Additionally, she hasn't been able to or wanted to even try to jump up to the bathroom sink in well over a year. The other day, I could not find her, and to my surprise, she was sitting ON TOP OF THE COUNTERTOP in the bathroom ... waiting on the water facet to be turned on. So, I think we are on a roll with the Hyaflex for our old old queen!!! THANK YOU!!! Have I told you how wonderful Hyaflex has been for my elder cat (now 15 years old)? About 3-4 years ago I noticed she was no longer jumping up on the sofa but would stroke against my ankles for me to pick her up. So I thought well, she's getting old, and I proceeded to make it easier for her to get up and down on furniture and window sills (steps to climb up and down, pillows to jump down onto, etc.). Then a few days before Thanksgiving 2 years ago, her left hind leg started to give out when she tried to walk and she would just lay down until she was ready to make another effort. Frightened, I took her to the vet and x-rays showed bony growth on the hip vertebrae (picture a dog bone-shaped cookie cutter with the rounded bumps on either end becoming pointed). The vet said this was similar to bone spurs and most likely due to old trauma, and that there was nothing to do for her, not even surgery. Most likely she had hurt herself by falling, and she was slowly improving. A friend recommended Glucosamine & Chondroitin. I checked the small pet section at a local health food store and found they did not carry G & C for cats but they did have Hyaflex. I had read about Hyaluronic Acid and how research was showing it appeared to have the ability to rebuild cartilage between joints. So I bought the Hyaflex and within a month I could tell Lucy was feeling better. She has improved steadily ever since, and over time has resumed adding the occasional fast trot to her sedate pace. In this past month (after being given Hyaflex for 1 year 8 months), she is making higher jumps than I have seen her do in years (high enough to jump on the sofa if the seat cushion were removed) and one morning she even ran down the hall for a short distance. I keep telling myself I have got to start taking Hyaluronic Acid supplements!
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