Does your dog suffer with Joint Pain?

Many older dogs get stiff and sore, especially during cooler weather or after exercising. In an older farm dog for example, this is likely due to wear and tear or injury during their working lives. In a younger companion animal, it is more likely to be the result of a diet lacking in raw bones and inappropriate exercise patterns while they were very young.

Arthritis in dogs is a complex condition, where dogs experience pain and inflammation in various joints, which interferes with the activities of daily living.   The cartilage that lines and cushions the joints becomes eroded, exposing the bone ends and leading to painful bone spurs. The joint lining also becomes inflamed and thickened, reducing mobility.

Herbs have been traditionally used to nourish tissue and joints as well as contains herbs that have a natural anti-inflammatory action. These formulas may improve comfort and ease stiffness in dogs living with Arthritis and Rheumatism. 

Arthritis affects one in five dogs over the age of seven. It is a painful degenerative inflammatory condition that affects the joints and can occur in your dog's neck, hips, shoulders, elbows and back. It is one of the most common causes of pain, discomfort, lameness and restricted mobility that we treat. Many older dogs get stiff and sore especially during cold weather or after exercising. This is likely due to basic wear and tear, injury, poor exercise patterns and poor diet.



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