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Artroflex ULTRA STRONG GOLD Glucosamine for dogs
Artroflex ULTRA STRONG GOLD Glucosamine for dogs


Packaging: 90 tablets

ARTROFLEX ULTRA STRONG GOLD is a supplement used to restore soft tissues, cartilage and joints. It contains three key components - glucosamine, chondroitin and MSM (methylsulfonylmethane) - which together give the best possible results in the preservation, prevention and treatment of diseases of the musculoskeletal system in dogs.

You can read more about each of these components in the product description.


Relieves signs of inflammation and pain in acute and chronic disorders of the musculoskeletal system of the dog

  • Suppresses pain
  • It has an anti-inflammatory (anti-inflammatory) effect in postoperative edema
  • Regenerates joints
  • Strengthens tendons
  • Regenerates cartilage and contributes to preserving its elasticity
  • Maintains normal joint function

The supplement can be used preventively, even through daily usage, with the aim of preventing problems in the above situations and periods, but it is important to adhere to the prescribed dose.

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ARTROFLEX GOLD tablets restore soft tissues, cartilage and joints. The tablets contain glucosamine, chondroitin, hyaluronic acid and MSM (methylsulfonylmethane). The active substances act synergistically, giving results of multiple actions.

ARTROFLEX GOLD tablets are suitable for all breeds of dogs. They help to establish joint function and mobility.

ARTROFLEX GOLD tablets work in the preservation, prevention and treatment of diseases of the musculoskeletal system in dogs.

In situations where your dog has problems with movement due to damaged or diseased joints, caused by cartilage wear, tendon strain or weakened ligaments, the primary form of therapy certainly involves taking Artoflex tablets that contain glucosamine, chondroitin, MSM (methylsulfonylmethane) and hyaluronic acid.

Glucosamine regulates the synthesis of collagen in cartilage and can provide mild anti-inflammatory effects. Glucosamine is most often consumed in the form of glucosamine sulfate, which is widely available for regular use, with the primary function of stimulating joint recovery through cartilage regeneration.

Chondroitin stimulates water and nutrient retention, which is very important, because cartilage is nourished by the bloodstream and contributes to its greater elasticity. It also prevents the action of enzymes that lead to the breakdown of cartilage and stimulates the production of collagen.

MSM (methylsulfonylmethane) is important for the formation of keratin, collagen and elastin, which provide flexibility, shape and strength to muscles, bones, joints, internal membranes, skin, hair, nails and helps to remove toxins, including accumulated lactic acid. Dramatically reduces recovery time after strenuous exercise or overwork.

Hyaluronic acid is naturally found in many tissues and fluids, but more abundantly in articular cartilage and synovial fluid. Hyaluronic acid plays an important role in the normal function of synovial fluid, where it is partly responsible for the lubrication and viscoelasticity of synovial fluid. Hyaluronic acid produces antiarthritic effects through multiple mechanisms involving receptors, enzymes, and other metabolic pathways.

ARTROFLEX is used to relieve the symptoms of inflammation of the tendons and connective tissue, joint stiffness and pain caused by spondylosis and arthritis. The supplement can also be used preventively in accordance with the prescribed doses.



100 g

1 tablet (2000 mg)

Glucosamine sulfate

50 g

1000 mg


15 g

300 mg


7,5 g

150 mg

Hyaluronic acid

1,5 g

30 mg

Magnesium stearate

3 g

60 mg


23 g

460 mg

1 tablet at 25 kg of body mass

Packaging: 90 tablets (1 tablet 2000mg)


In neglected cases, ossification and permanent stiffness may develop.

Multiple joints are often affected. Arthrosis (Osteoarthrosis) is a degenerative rheumatic disease of the joints, which is characterized by changes in the articular cartilage, and then in the bone structures of the joint.

In the articular cartilage, there are changes in the chemical structure, so the vitality, thickness and elasticity of the articular cartilage are lost, cracks are created and the layers of articular cartilage peel off.

Also, parts of the bone under the articular cartilage begin to swell and create thorny bone protrusions, the so-called Osteophytes that put pressure on the surrounding structures and cause a reaction of the joint capsule.

These changes lead to pain and impaired mobility in the affected joint. In osteoarthritis, no signs of inflammation have been developed, so that, unlike inflammatory rheumatism, they do not lead to complete stiffness of the joint - ankylosis.