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Mobility supplement

Discussion in 'Dog Classifieds' started by KineticFlex, May 22, 2019.


  1. KineticFlex

    KineticFlex PetForums Newbie

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    E2DCF3C5-9679-4520-A60B-70111DEF0D21.jpeg Hello.
    I was hoping to introduce you all to a new mobility aid for dogs although it is also suitable for cats.
    • We believe KINETIC FLEX is the most comprehensive joint aid for dogs on the UK market. It is suitable for dogs of any age but in particular those that are older, recouperating from surgery, or a larger breed that may need extra help with long-term mobility. It is also beneficial to those dogs that partake in sports such as caniX, weight pulls, agility, schutzhund and other such activities.
    • Optimum ratio of highest purity research-based ingredients.
    • Helps support your dog's hips and joints.
    • Nourishes, conditions, replenishes and lubricates.
    • Promotes mobility.
    • Helps prevent arthritis.
    • Relieves discomfort.
    • Formulated for optimum joint health.
    • Suitable for long-term administration
    • No side effects.
    • Highest purity proven ingredients.
    • No fillers or bulkers, just pure ingredients.
     
  2. lullabydream

    lullabydream PetForums VIP

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    Never heard of it!
     
  3. KineticFlex

    KineticFlex PetForums Newbie

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    No, you wouldn’t have done it’s new . It’s only been on the market since February.
     
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    lullabydream PetForums VIP

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    So is your intention to market it via forums then?
     
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    Not just forums, Social media, online presence, physical presence, sponsorships as well as traditional methods. :) So far the reviews and feedback seem very positive.
     
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    lullabydream PetForums VIP

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    Still never heard of you, not come up in search engines, never seen you online or noted you

    Am a bit iffy with those who target forums to be honest for sales. We have had a few dog food suppliers do the same, have been rather blunt and rude in replies especially in response to competitors.
     
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    It seems very similar to Jointsure. What would you say to convince me to change?
     
  8. KineticFlex

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    I completely understand that. I’ve nothing to hide though. I’m just trying to get my product out to the wider audience. I doubt anyone who’s using what I consider to be my main competitors products will use KineticFlex, why should they? I’m an unknown quantity and they already know the product they are using works. But hopefully and eventually KineticFlex will get it’s recognition. It was born out of wanting to help one of my own dogs who was on metacam, I was worried about it’s affects for long term use, although I do think it’s a great product. Anyhow, the supplements I came across were either really expensive or full of cheap fillers so I developed one that was free of fillers and I’ve tried to keep the costs as low as possible so that more dogs can hopefully reap its benefits. But you’re right no one knows who we are yet and I understand people’s scepticism.
     
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    We are very similar to some supplements, if you’re happy I doubt I could get you to change except I believe we are cheaper to purchase.
     
  10. lullabydream

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    I haven't seen many pharmaceuticals with 'cheap fillers' as you say. I have considered many.

    Price wise I see very little difference between this product, yumove and jointsure to be honest.

    I am even more sceptical of someone selling a supplement;which it is that replaces an anti inflammatory and painkiller. These supplements have their place but with chronic pain you would be foolish to think a supplement is a cure. They help, they can reduce pain medication but they should never ever replace them. If a dog needs them
     
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