Help for Dogs with Arthritis!
Dogs are not immune to arthritis problems. They have almost the same muscular and tissue structure in their joint areas as humans do, so arthritis can rear its ugly head for them as well.
Dogs can suffer like humans and develop limping problems and pain when arthritis hits, but what exactly causes arthritis to hit them? One of the main causes of arthritis in dogs is a weight problem. Is your Dog overweight?
Overweight can put a strain on dogs with Arthritis
Excess weight can cause stress on their joints and if it continues, can lead to arthritis.
If you keep your dog at a healthy weight, you can decrease their chances of developing arthritis later on in their life.
Adding Glucosamine to their daily Diet will help to keep the joint moist.
Injuries and accidents to their limbs are another cause of arthritis in dogs.
When an injury occurs to their limbs, some underlying damage can happen to the muscles and tissues around their joints, causing stress.
It’s also possible that some joint misplacement could happen with an injury or accident – also causing stress and rubbing of bone on tissues, making arthritis inevitable in dogs. Dogs with arthritis suffer the same as a human. Make the life of your Dog as pleasant as possible they are a true companion and they deserve to be happy.