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Arthritis Resource Center for Dogs

Is Your Beloved Pet Not As Active As Before?
08/12/10  J.R. Rogers
Approximately 25-30% of family pets suffer from osteoarthritis. The stiffness, pain and swelling in a pet with arthritis is really no different than what you as a human being would experience.

Effective Help for Canine Hip Dysplasia
08/12/10  J.R. Rogers
Canine Hip Dysplasia (CHD) is a genetic, painful, crippling disease that causes a dog's hip to weaken, deteriorate, and become arthritic. It is a congenital condition and is the leading cause of lameness occurring in the rear legs of dogs.

Arthritis in Pets
08/12/10  J.R. Rogers
Osteoarthritis is a chronic, slowly progressing condition that is caused by the breakdown and destruction of your pet's cartilage. As that occurs, the bony structures begin to rub against one another causing pain and discomfort.

What is arthritis in cats?
08/12/10  VetMed
Arthritis in cats is the progressive deterioration of joint (articular) cartilage. One or more joints can be afflicted with the condition. Another term commonly used to describe this condition is degenerative joint disease. When the term osteoarthritis is used, it usually refers to an extension of the changes into the bone underlying the cartilage layer.

Using Glucosamine to Ease Arthritis Pain in Pets
08/12/10  J.R. Rogers
Information on how glucosamine actually works for easing arthritis pain in cats, the science backing glucosamine, and how to select the best glucosamine formula for dogs...

Can Fido or Fluffy make it as Vegetarians? (part 1)
08/12/10  J.R. Rogers
In the past, we have talked about the importance of diet for pets dealing with arthritis. This is a very important issue and one that many pet owners do not address properly. That is not to say that they don't care, it is more a question of understanding what works best for your pet particularly if they are arthritic or have joint-related issues.

Hip Dysplasia
08/12/10  J.R. Rogers
We have discussed issues about the use of liquid glucosamine for pets suffering from arthritis. This time, I would like to focus a little more on hip dysplasia and steps that can be taken to deal with this often complex issue.

Hip Dysplasia: Is Your Pet Suffering?
08/12/10  J.R. Rogers
Canine hip dysplasia (CHD) is a genetic, painful, crippling disease that causes a dog's hip to weaken, deteriorate, and become arthritic. It is a congenital condition and is the leading cause of lameness occurring in the rear legs of dogs. CHD is common in dogs, particularly in certain large and giant breeds, although smaller dogs and cats can suffer from the condition as well.

Can Fido or Fluffy make it as Vegetarians? (part 2)
08/12/10  J.R. Rogers
In our last article we talked about the importance of diet. If your pet has arthritis or joint-related problems, it becomes very important to do the right thing with diet. (Of course, it is for all pets.)

Arthritis in Dogs and Glucosamine Sulfate
08/12/10  Administrator
Glucosamine Sulfate and Chondroitin Sulfate supplements are fast becoming the most widely used supplements in dogs' diets. The reason is this: arthritis in dogs is one of the most common health problems seen by veterinarians. Quite unfortunately, dog owners and veterinarians rarely notice the early warning signs of arthritis in dogs because these animals have the character to ignore soreness and discomfort until the arthritic changes in the joints have progressed significantly. Recent widespread availability of nutraceuticals such as GLUCOSAMINE and CHONDROITIN SULFATE have proven to be significant contributors to easing the discomfort of arthritis in dogs. Plus these substances actually promote healing and tissue repair.

Most Dog's Do Well on Rimadyl, Except the Ones That Die
08/12/10  Administrator
"From Wall Street Journal March 13, 2000

You might call it a made-for-TV drug. Approved for human use in the U.S. but not marketed that way, an arthritis medicine called Rimadyl languished for nearly 10 years in developmental limbo, then emerged in a surprising new form: instead of a human drug, it was now a drug for arthritic dogs. And it became a hit. "


Natural Arthritis Relief for Pets
08/12/10  Administrator
No one likes to see an animal suffer. But watching a beloved dog struggle to get up from her bed, or a cherished cat hobble around the house, is truly heartbreaking. Yet, just as in humans, osteoarthritis is an equal opportunity disease, striking young and old, healthy and infirm alike. In fact, for many purebred animals, osteoarthritis is virtually a given, due to breeding practices that result in congenital joint problems, like hip dysplasia.

Is Glucosamine Effective for Arthritis in Dogs?
08/12/10  Posted by Administrator
An informative report for anyone who owns a pet including the latest breakthroughs in fighting arthritis in pets, a debilitating disease for 30% of all dogs and cats.

Dog Food for Dogs with Arthritis
08/12/10  Administrator
The Federal Government (U.S. Food and Drug Administration) does not mandate that ingredients used in pet food be inspected. A handful of states do impose that requirement on manufacturers but they are the minority. So where does that leave you?

Arthritis in Dogs
08/12/10  Administrator
X-rays can show up most (but not all) conditions affecting the bony structures of the joints, limbs and spine, and some soft tissue structures as well. I am often asked why vets need to heavily sedate or anaesthetise an animal for this. For the x-ray to provide as much useful information as possible, your pet must be still during the process. Modern anaesthetics are very safe, and most practices now have a nurse monitoring the animal under anaesthetic constantly. Trying to interpret a poor x-ray can sometimes be just as dangerous as guesswork. So, if your vet recommends anaesthetising your pet to x-ray him, there are good reasons why this is helpful in confirming a diagnosis.

Pet Obesity & Arthritis
08/12/10  Administrator
We have discussed the importance of weight control for pets who suffer from arthritis. There is no question about it. It is a major issue and we have to understand not only the importance of keeping pets "trim" but how to do it.

Cardiovascular Benefits Using Glucosamine for Pets
08/12/10  Administrator
By now, you should all realize that using liquid glucosamine, exercise and diet all play a role in assisting your pet with their arthritis. However, there is another aspect to using the right product that many of you likely have never considered: namely, it can have cardiovascular benefits.

Feeding Options for Dogs with Arthritis
08/12/10  Administrator
The Federal Government (U.S. Food and Drug Administration) does not mandate that ingredients used in pet food be inspected. A handful of states do impose that requirement on manufacturers but they are the minority. So where does that leave you?

Some Incorrect Approaches to Exercise
08/12/10  J.R. Rogers
For you regular readers, it is no secret that I am adamant about this point. The use of a high quality liquid glucosamine will handle most pet arthritis very well. However, the nutrition and exercise components play a big role here.

Tips For Traveling With Rover
08/12/10  Ron Swerdfiger
Whether it be on a vacation to your favorite resort, or just visiting the in-laws for the weekend, many people are choosing to take their dogs with them when traveling.

Big Dogs: Big Problems - Caution on the Exercise Front
08/12/10  JR Rogers
In the past, we have talked about certain breeds of dogs that are prone to developing arthritis problems. Generally speaking, it is the larger breeds that are more prone. Of course, arthritis does not discriminate.

Real Food Treats Improve Your Pet's Health
08/12/10  Mercola.com
We love to give our dogs treats, and they love to get them. The healthiest treats we can give our dogs and cats are made from real, fresh food. Since we like to give them variety and tasty tidbits as well, we'll review briefly each category of treat.

An Amazing Statistic
08/12/10  JR Rogers
I was reading a book the other day about hip dysplasia in dogs. Before going further, I should add that this applies to cats as well. The article was written by a veterinarian and it had something very important to say about this painful condition.

Arthritis Pain Relief For Dogs Ė Simple Home Remedies That Work
08/12/10  Rose Smith
Did you know that arthritis affects one in five dogs over the age of seven? It is a painful condition that affects the joints and can occur in your petís neck, hips, shoulders, elbows and back.

 

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