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  • 5 Ways to Keep Your Dog's Joints in Good Condition

    When dogs grow old, the risks of arthritis and other joint problems increase. German Shepherds, Labrador Retrievers, Dachshunds, and Old English Sheep Dogs are several dog breeds known to develop joint-related issues.
  • Dog Arthritis Symptoms

    Senior dogs with arthritis may mean that they have led an active and happy life. This joint disorder, however, may also be the result of obesity, diabetes, and other physical injuries. Osteoarthritis (or degenerative joint disease) is one of the most common forms of dog arthritis and affects approximately one in five dogs.
  • Dog Joint Health

    From jumping off platforms to chasing after tennis balls to performing amusing zoomies, dogs’ joints are known to take a beating. For some breeds, that’s a problem. Frequent joint use may lead to joint-related problems and injuries, e.g., osteoarthritis or ACL tears. It is important to note that some dogs do not yelp or hold its injured paw up when in pain
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  • Hip Problems in Older Dogs

    As dogs get older, things slow down for them. While their eyes still sparkle with enthusiasm, elderly dogs may be more cautious when using the staircase or exert less strength and energy during a game of catch.
  • Treatment for Arthritis in Dogs: A Helpful Guide

    Cartilage is a slippery tissue in healthy joints. These tissues act as a cushion between bones within the joints. When dogs develop arthritis or osteoarthritis (OA), these cartilages typically break down and can cause swelling and pain.