Topical Joint Support for Dogs, Cats, Ferrets, and Small Pets

NANOFLEX - Dog & Cat Joint Support

Learn about our topical joint support for your small pets

A little less than a year ago we launched NANOFLEX and now we have more NANOFLEX news…

We have a new size of NANOFLEX specifically packaged for your small pets.

Learn all about NANOFLEX and our newest offering of this ground-breaking non-invasive topical joint support product.


NANOFLEX is a non-invasive topical joint support product. NANOFLEX acts quickly to help restore joint flexibility, mobility, and range of motion.

Using biolubrication and nanotechnology, NANOFLEX gives joints relief from friction, rubbing, stiffness, and restrictions. Biolubrication and nanotechnology combine to lubricate joints, allowing your horse, dog, or cat to move freely and easily.

What is the Latest NANOFLEX News?

We are excited to announce we have a new 4oz NANOFLEX product, specifically for your small pets.

Use pet sized NANOFLEX on your pets including dogs, cats, ferrets, rabbits, and more. Pet sized NANOFLEX is ideal for any mammal with articular joints.

How Do I Apply to Pet Sized NANOFLEX to My Dog, Cat, Rabbit, or Ferret?

Apply NANOFLEX thinly twice a day by spreading the gel around the joint.

For short-haired animals there is no need to rub NANOFLEX into the skin. The nanotechnology based delivery function of this joint support product means you do not need to rub it in.  

For longer-haired animals try to get NANOFLEX as close as possible to the skin either by clipping the area around the joint or parting the haircoat and then applying it around the joint.

You only need to apply a small amount. More is not better when it comes to NANOFLEX!

When Should NANOFLEX Be Used?

NANOFLEX should be used when your pet starts exhibiting mobility issues. Additionally, if you have a pet breed with systemic joint challenges, NANOFLEX may work to protect joints from mobility concerns.

NANOFLEX offers a fascinating and dynamic new approach to joint support for any animal. The unique nanotechnology delivery system allows you to target a specific joint and the action inside the joint.

How Does NANOFLEX Work?

NANOFLEX works by providing enhanced biolubrication inside the joint capsule and protecting the cartilage surface.

NANOFLEX is a gel that when applied to an affected joint, acts to restore lubrication in the joint. This biolubrication process provides a “slippery” surface ensuring when the joint is compressed, the two cartilages surfaces can move freely.

What Makes NANOFLEX Different?

NANOFLEX is different from other joint products due to its technology and non-invasive restorative action:

  1. NANOFLEX is topical and made of Ultra Deformable Sequessome™ Vesicles (UDSVs). UDSVs are specially engineered fatty lipids, that with nanotechnology, change their shape to penetrate the skin and synovial membrane of the joint where NANOFLEX is applied.
  • Once inside the joint capsule, millions of UDSVs give the joint’s cartilage surface a new source of biolubrication. This creates a slippery surface when the joint is compressed, helping the joint move freely with increased flexibility and mobility.

What are the NANOFLEX Ingredients?

The NANOFLEX ingredients are:

  • Aqua, Phosphatidylcholine, Glycerin, Alcohol, Carbomer, Polysorbate 80, Disodium Phosphate, Sodium Hydroxide, Benzyl Alcohol, Methylparaben, Ethylparaben, Disodium EDTA, Linalool, Sodium Phosphate, Sodium Metabisulphite, BHA

How Can I Learn More About NANOFLEX?

To learn more about NANOFLEX, watch these videos:

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Highlights from our NANFOLEX Q & A

Q: What is nanotechnology?

Nick: Nanoscience and nanotechnology are the study and application of extremely small things and can be used across all the other science fields, such as chemistry, biology, physics, materials science, and engineering.

Q: What is biolubrication?

Nick: Biolubrication plays a crucial role in assisting the sliding contacts in many organs in the human body. Notable examples are the joints, the skin surface, the eye, the mouth and gastrointestinal tract, the lungs, and red blood cells.

Reduced lubrication leads to increases in friction and adhesion between the surfaces in contact, which may lead to the surfaces becoming stuck and wearing, ultimately leading to irritation, pain and trauma.

Joint lubrication involves a complex and adaptive set of lubrication mechanisms:

  • The smoothness of the cartilage lining of the bone surfaces.
  • Synovial fluid – a lubricating hydrogel of collagen fibrils.
  • Hyaluronic Acid.
  • Glycoproteins (lubricin) and water.
  • A weeping mechanism by which joint pressure releases synovial fluid into the interspacing liquid film separating the cartilage surfaces.