Dog Arthritis Relief & Happiness Plan

Dog Arthritis Relief Plan

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Dog Arthritis Relief Plan

 

"Dog Arthritis Relief Plan

How Can I Help My Dog Cope With Arthritis?

 

There are several types of arthritis that can be treated with drugs that work directly on the immune system.

As your pet ages, it is important to visit your veterinarian and to include a dog arthritis check-up.   Once it is diagnosed, you can focus on how to help your pet and what to include in the treatment plan.   You may like to research Kratom to learn how this may help your beloved dog.

 

Dog Arthritis Relief Plan

How do I know if dog arthritis is the cause of my dog’s pain? 

 

The only real way to tell if your dog has arthritis is to get a vet exam. Nevertheless, some symptoms are very explicit, especially at the physical level. Arthritis is seen by swelling in one or more joints, as well as redness and a feeling of heat directly on the inflammatory area. The dog usually shows an inability to lean on the aching joint. They then feel a sensation of discomfort related to joint problems. However, if these physical manifestations are noticeable, it is surely that arthritis has already reached an advanced stage. 

 

Dog Arthritis & Helping Your Dog
Dog Arthritis & Helping Your Dog

A healthy lifestyle 

 

To help your suffering dog to maintain good health, it is necessary to provide them with a suitable diet. Indeed, the dog’s diet is scalable. It is therefore essential to choose kibble adapted to their needs. You can also seek advice from your veterinarian to give them dietary supplements and vitamins (usually glucosamine and chondroitin) or introduce more Omega-3 (from fish oil, for example) in their diet. This is because fatty acids have antioxidant effects that help reduce inflammation. 

 

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Elise Ho
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Behavioral & Mental Health Specialist

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30 thoughts on “Dog Arthritis Relief & Happiness Plan”

  1. Aww this is such a lovely post. Theres nothing like trying to make our animals comfortable and happy in their elder years. While it’s awful that they have to feel like this, it’s good we have medical advances and techniques for dealing with it.

  2. This is very interesting. I never had any idea that dog can experience this too. I wonder if this is common to all breeds? We have a Shih Tzu at home and we were informed that such breed is prone to eye and respiratory problems.,.. that’s why we take her to vet in regular basis to prevent them from getting such condition.

  3. Melanie williams

    Aw poor pouch, it is so sad when animals get ill and suffer. It is good that you are providing sensible ideas to help xx

  4. I think the diet does matter a lot. My daughter takes her dog swimming, it is still something he can do and enjoy it without hurting too much.

  5. Oh wow, my dear, I have never heard that dogs can get such common human-diseases like arthritis – but makes sense of course, we’re all living things with bones etc 🙂 Thanks for this well researched article!

  6. There is so much great information here. I have a friend whose dog has arthritis, and he’s on a couple of medications and supplements. He also had to lose a lot of weight to get the pressure off of his joints.

  7. We once had a dog afflicted with arthritis. We were so heartbroken seeing him in pain but we could only do so much, I guess we didn’t know much back then. Anyway, I’m glad that you made this post so that it can help dog owners facing the same problem.

  8. Dogs can develop joint problems and this is especially true with certain breeds. It’s important to monitor their physical condition and promptly get them the help they need.

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Dr. Elise Ho

Dr. Elise Ho

Dr. Elise Ho is a Holistic Health & Life Coach with a special interest in emotional health, life alignment, and energy flow.

Elise will partner with you to align your mindset, your energy, your home and your career so that you can live your life's desire with freedom and love.

Elise offers 30 years of experience and multiple certifications and degrees including a Ph.D. in Natural Health and a doctoral degree in Naturopathic Psychology.