GlycoFlex II EQ Pellets
My older horse with some arthritis has been on this supplement for over a year, and I can seem improvement in his way of going. He didn't like the taste at first but now eats it with no issue.
March 17, 2013
Quality, effective ingredients in a palatable form. I just started using this product as maintenance in my 17year old mare but I noticed a difference in her movement after about 1 month of use.
November 22, 2011
I have a TB mare who has been used hard all her life...racing, polo, jumping. Her hip started making a popping noise when she was only 11. I started her on Glycoflex when she was 15. She is now 21, just had a vet check-up, and the vet said she was amazed at how little arthritis the mare has. She still moves wonderfully and acts like she's 10 years younger than she really is. People have a hard time believing she's 21. I believe I have Glycoflex to thank for most of that.
The canine Glycoflex is amazing as well. We gave it to a great dane that could barely walk anymore, and the Glycoflex had him running around again, playing with the other dogs within 2 months. We got another 2 years out of him and lost him to prostate issues instead of arthritis.
April 12, 2011
I have used this product for over a year for maintenance. My horse has never taken a lame step and I would like to keep it that way so I put him on this joint supplement. We have jumped some but are focusing on Dressage and this supplement seems to do the job for us. It is also cheaper than a lot of the other joint supplements.
March 29, 2011
It apparently smells so bad neither horse would even Sample
It and even the donkey who always eats everything won't touch it
February 9, 2011
Keeps my old boy moving
Moonlight Dancer is approaching his 20th birthday in February, and even during this wicked cold spell tonight in Orlando (36F) he was moving through his dressage lesson like a much younger throrghbred on a typical Florida winter day (70F). GlycoFlex II has helped keep him moving over the last 4 years. His history of racing, and with adult & teen riders on a hunter/ jumper schedule was hard on his joints (no arthritis yet). He started dressage training 3 years ago with me, and is in better shape joints and muscles, than before we started together, an old boy and his nearly 50 year old novice rider.
December 28, 2010