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Signs Your Dog May Be Suffering From Arthritis

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Arthritis is a condition thought to be related to joint inflammation. It can be caused by many things, ranging from infection or trauma, to immune-related and metabolic diseases. Most commonly, however, arthritis is related to...

Common Hip & Joint Problems In Dogs - What You Should Know

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Occasionally, you may notice your dog appears to be moving a bit more slowly than normal, or perhaps even limping. Often, this is due to some sort of hip or joint discomfort your dog is...

Best Exercises for Older Dogs: Keeping Fido in Shape

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While pounding the pavement for hours chasing balls or romping in the dog park might have been your puppy’s cup of tea, as your dog has gotten older, they have likely changed their exercise habits....

Signs of Dog Aging Every Dog Parent Should Know

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As much as we don’t want to think about it, our furry friends age just like we do, and with getting older comes the need for special care and attention. Dogs age at different rates,...

Arthritis in Dogs: Keeping Your Pup’s Joints Strong & Healthy

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There are few things more rewarding than a friendly, happy dog buzzing around your home day in and day out. They’re at the door to greet you when you get home, are your faithful companion...

Arthritis in Cats: No It’s Not Just a Dog Thing

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Arthritis, also known as osteoarthritis or degenerative joint disease (DJD), causes pain and inflammation in a cat’s joints. You might be surprised to know that studies show that arthritis affects three in ten cats. And...

Exercise Tips for Pet Joint Health

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If you have a pet over the age of seven, chances are that they might start experiencing some achy joints. But that doesn’t mean your pet is becoming immobile and you can’t take them out...