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  • February 12, 2020
  • Helen Kleftis

80% of All US Dogs Will Endure this Agonizing, Chronic Pain Millions of dogs in the USA struggle with stiff, painful joints. 20% of adult dogs (older than 1 year) suffer with arthritis, pain and inflammation in their joints. That’s bad enough, but as dogs...

  • February 12, 2020
  • Helen Kleftis

Most dogs will suffer from joint disease, but usually the symptoms do not become noticeable until the latter half of their life. Unfortunately some dogs are much more vulnerable to arthritis and joint disease. It is likely that these dogs will suffer the symptoms at...

  • February 12, 2020
  • Helen Kleftis

Arthritis and joint problems develop slowly, making it easy to miss the early symptoms. Unfortunately your dog's natural lust for life makes it even harder, because they love being active and will continue to walk, run and play despite being in pain. Our Dogs Can’t...

  • February 12, 2020
  • Helen Kleftis

Many large veterinary practices employ certified rehabilitationists, who deliver an almost bewildering range of therapies for dogs who have suffered injury or disease affecting the muscles, bones, ligaments, or tendons of the body. Discuss these scientifically based programs with your veterinarian to see which may...

  • February 12, 2020
  • Helen Kleftis

Awareness of joint pain and arthritis in dogs is important and should not be ignored. Joint pain and arthritis in dogs is a very common issue in both small and large breeds, in fact, it's one of the most frequent causes of chronic pain that...

  • February 12, 2020
  • Helen Kleftis

All humans love a treat, and dogs are certainly no different. It goes without saying, that as a dog owner you want to make sure that you are picking the best treats for your dog such as a healthy nutritional chew. Dogs tend to link...

  • February 12, 2020
  • Helen Kleftis

Some animals end up in shelters without any bасkgrоund history. Depending on thе age оf thе animal, thiѕ соuld bе ѕignifiсаnt rеgаrding thе hеаlth of thе animal, both рhуѕiсаl аnd mеntаl. Evеn аnimаlѕ drорреd оff bу previous оwnеrѕ mау nоt hаvе rеliаblе infоrmаtiоn. If thе...

  • February 12, 2020
  • Helen Kleftis

Non-infectious osteoarthritis is the most common form of joint disease in an aging dog, a situation not too different from that in humans. Primary arthritis develops from the normal wear and tear of a joint with time and age. Whilst seen mostly in older dogs the...