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  • Modifying Activity For Dogs With Arthritis

    Once upon a time, it was thought that exercise restriction and limited activity was best for dogs suffering from arthritis. Although overexertion and excessive exercise is not recommended, a lack of exercise may hurt arthritic dogs too. 

  • Have You Tried These Methods To Improve Your Dog’s Joint Health?

    Joint related issues such as arthritis and other health problems increase as your dog grows older. Bone health problems are more commonly experienced by some breeds with specific traits as compared to other breeds.

  • Exercises And Activities That Will Strengthen Your Dog’s Legs

    What does a strong dog look like? Do they have huge, bulging thigh muscles? Six pack abs? Not likely. But it is extremely important that your dog’s legs are as strong as possible. After all, they use their legs for practically everything

  • Diagnosing And Managing Your Dog’s Mobility Issues

    Much like their human counterparts – thanks to advanced medical technology, improved treatments, and newly developed prescription drugs – dogs are living longer today. That's a good thing. But there is a downside that can accompany this development.
  • A Guide To Common Joint And Hip Problems In Dogs

    Have you noticed your dog limping or moving more slowly than normal? If so, your dog may be experiencing joint or hip discomfort. At any age, joint and hip problems in dogs can develop. It doesn't matter if they are big or small, old or young. Old dogs do, however, seem to be more affected and certain breeds are more likely than others to develop joint and hip problems.

  • Does Your Dog's Breed Make It Prone To Joint Problems?

    Dog breeds prone to joint problems consist of many, rather than just one or two specifically. For the development of joint disease, there are a number of breeds seemingly more susceptible to the experience. Some breeds are just more likely to have problems with joint disease than others due to their build, genetic predisposition, weight, etc.

  • Identifying The Symptoms Of Hip Dysplasia In Dogs

    Particularly in large dog breeds such as Newfoundlands, Labrador Retrievers, St. Bernards, Golden Retrievers, Rottweilers, and German Shepherds, a common developmental condition referred to as hip dysplasia can develop.

  • Is It Time Your Dog Started On Joint Supplements?

    Can dog joint supplements benefit your dog? You may have heard other people discuss this regarding their canine companion. The answer is "Yes", but if you're going to give your dog supplements, when is the best time to start? You know what they say – "There’s no time like the present." You may not think that applies to supplements for your dog, but it does. You don't have to wait until your dog is limping around, old, and feeble to start their hip and joint supplements.

  • Manage Joint Pain In Dogs

    Joint pain can be experienced by dogs for any number of reasons. Their breed may be prone to these types of physical issues, they may be overweight, or it could be because they’re simply getting older. No one wants to see their pet in pain, regardless of the reason. When it comes to joint pain in dogs, there are some things you can do in the way of treatment to help them.

  • Signs And Symptoms Of Joint Pain In Dogs

    Joint pain in dogs is one of the most common issues treated in veterinary clinics. In some animals, even at a young age, this affliction can rear its ugly head. It can be difficult to spot symptoms and signs of joint pain, however. Dogs tend to hide the fact they are in pain. It is instinctive and a self-preservation trait.

  • The Health Consequences Of Pet Obesity

    As with humans, being overweight is simply not healthy. This applies to your canine companion as well. The number one health threat to today's fur babies is pet obesity. Both cats and dogs are living longer than in the past. This also means that costly weight related, obesity diseases have more time to develop. You want your pet to live a pain-free, healthy, long life. To help them do so, and prevent disease, keeping them at a healthy weight is crucial.

  • Ways To Ease Your Dog’s Arthritis

    Are you seeing signs of trouble with your canine companion? They give out a deep groan when they lie down. It's no longer possible for them to jump up on their favorite chair. A stiff walk has replaced an easy run. When it becomes an effort to do things that were once second nature, your dog is probably in pain. It could be arthritis-caused joint pain.