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 Symptoms of Arthritis

Here is a list of various symptoms that dog owners should look out for in order to pick up on the signs of arthritis as early as possible. Some of the most common symptoms include:

  • Your dog takes longer to stand up after a nap and shows signs of stiffness.

  • Obvious changes in the way your dog sits down.

  • Your dog does not want to go on regular walks anymore.

  • Your dog sleeps more than He/She normally do.

  • Your dog does not have the ability to jump anymore.

  • Your dog does not greet you when you come home anymore.

When these signals start showing up in your dog’s behavior, it is recommended to take your dog to a vet in order to get a proper diagnosis. If you do pick up on arthritis in an early state, treatment might be more effective and you will be able to prolong the lifespan of your dog, while also providing a better quality of life.

There are several factors that leads to arthritis in dogs. The most common factor is age-related. As a dog ages, they become more prone to bone deterioration, which could lead to more serious joint-related issues such as arthritis. Some of the most common causes for arthritis in dogs, other than age, include joint fractures, developmental disorders, congenital disorders, hormonal diseases, dietary diseases, cancer, as well as several muscle diseases such as ruptured anterior cruciate ligament. Degenerative spinal joint diseases such as cauda equine syndrome and intervertebral disc disease is also known to lead to arthritis

Some reports have shown that while aging is a common factor that poses as a risk for arthritis, a dog’s breed can also pose as a risk. Many large breed dogs are known to be more at risk than smaller breed dogs. They also state that dogs with excess weight are also more prone to develop arthritis due to the additional stress the weight adds on their cartilage and joints. Trauma to various areas where joints connect can also lead to the development of arthritis in a dog, as well as a decrease in mobility. In some rare cases, infections have also been found to lead to issues with the tissue around joints, which could eventually lead to arthritis or another joint-related disease in dogs.

Are Dog Joint Supplements Safe and Effective?

 

Numerous treatment options are available to treat arthritis and joint problems in dogs. Several of these options provide a safe and effective way to relief pain and treat the symptoms of arthritis in your dog without the need for expensive medical treatments and surgery. Managing the weight of your dog is one of the most commonly recommended treatment options as excessive weight can lead to unnecessary stress on the affected joints and bones. Regular exercise can also assist by improving the dog’s range of motion, while also building muscle at the same time. It is recommended to stick with more basic exercise routines when your dog has been diagnosed with arthritis. This could include anything from walking your dog to going and up down stairs. Dog joint supplements are also recommended as a treatment option. These supplements provide an effective way to treat your dog’s condition while also relieving pain and providing a decrease in inflammation. Joint supplements also offer a natural alternative to some of the expensive medical treatment options, which means your dog will not have to suffer through various side-effects of chemical compounds. The supplements are mostly orally administrated, which means your dog does not have to be subjected to a painful injection every week in order to get relief from the painful symptoms associated with arthritis and joint diseases. Most of the supplements available on the market can be obtained without a prescription, which makes them easier to reach and a much safer alternative.

Click on the link below to order your pet’s joint supplements.  Lots of products on sale for the month of April.

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