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Top 10 Tips for your aging dog

Top 10 Crucial Tips You Need to Know for Your Aging Dog

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Arthritis

Arthritis is just as common in dogs as it is in people. What we feed our dogs has a significant impact upon their health. Injuries can lead to arthritic changes later on in life. Read further to discover what you can do to help with your dog’s arthritis…

Great Tips for Helping Your Dog’s Arthritis

How to Help Arthritis in Dogs

Dog Arthritis Treatments – Natural and Safe Remedies to Help

Download the Ultimate Rehabilitation & Physiotherapy Guide for Dogs  In my E-book, “The Ultimate Rehabilitation & Physiotherapy Guide for Dogs,” I go into great depth on arthritis in dogs and the available treatments for them. Chapter five explains the many therapies and supplements we can give our dogs to help with joint stiffness and immobility. I also explain what I did to help my dog that had immune mediated poly-arthritis throughout her body. She functioned amazingly well and lived to a good old age, enjoying her life to the end.

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One Response to Arthritis

  • Maria says:

    Hello my nine year old lab mix was diagnosed with arthritis in her back, knees, tail and base of tail. sShe also has sciatic problems. She most of the time is fine but once in a while is flares up, She has gotten to the point before where she doesn’t want to get up and when she does she favors and holds up her hind right leg for days. When she flares up I give her rimadyl and tramadol and gently massage her but o don’t think the massages work. She is not bad enough to where she needs surgery but she is very miserable when she flares up. Besides water therapy, is there anything else I can do to help relieve her pain during this time?

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