Flexadin UCII Promotes Cartilage Development and Joint Health in Horses

LEXINGTON, KY, May 2, 2017 - Vetoquinol USA® (www.BarnChats.com), a world-class developer of veterinarian-approved formulas for large animal healthcare products, is introducing Flexadin UCII, part of the EQUISTRO line, at last week's Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event in Lexington. Flexadin UCII promotes cartilage development and joint health in horses at the immunologic level.
The scientifically-developed Flexadin UCII supports the body's normal repair of cartilage and joints. Its unique, patented collagen ingredient interacts with the digestive system to support joint integrity. With once daily administration, backed by a comparison study in horses, it improves flexibility, mobility and physical activity. The easy-to-administer and palatable banana-flavored powder stops the immune system from attacking and damaging its own joint cartilage.

 "We are proud to finally be able to offer this exceptional product to riders in the United States," explains Tabitha Cromer, marketing manager at Vetoquinol. "In the equine industry, horse owners and caretakers are looking for products that improve their horse's quality of life, keep their horses healthy and reduce discomfort. This year we're thrilled to introduce Flexadin UCII as part of our corporate sponsorship at the Rolex Kentucky. "
Flexadin UCII is available through veterinary offices. To learn more about Flexadin UCII and Vetoquinol USA, visit www.barnchats.com.
About Vetoquinol USA:
Headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas, Vetoquinol USA is owned by Vetoquinol USA, an independent, family-owned French pharmaceutical company founded in 1933. Dedicated exclusively to animal health, Vetoquinol USA is focused on the development, production and marketing of FDA, EPA, NASC and AAFCO-regulated pharmaceutical, nutritional and dermatological products for small and large animals. Vetoquinol's livestock division offers products for horses and cattle to assist owners and veterinarians with joint health, pain management, immune support, behavior and general care. For more information, visit http://www.barnchats.com, www.facebook.com/BarnChats, www.Instagram.com/BarnChats.