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What to Expect as our Dogs Age

 

What to Expect as our Dogs Age

Everyone knows the old saying, “one human year is equal to seven dog years.” The truth is that this is actually an easy way to relate to your dogs age, although larger breed dogs show signs of aging much sooner than toy breeds. As your dog ages, the risk of developing a serious disease is much greater. One of the most common diseases in older dogs is Arthritis. Any condition that causes damage to a joint may produce Arthritis. So, what are the warning signs and changes in your dog’s behavior that may indicate a serious disease?  Here are some changes that you should keep an eye out for:

 

  • Stiffness
  • Favoring the affected limb
  • Lameness
  • Muscle loss
  • Inactivity
  • May become aggressive
  • Limping
  • Unwillingness to go for walks or play fetch
  • Limping
  • May lick the affected area
  • Depression

 

These are all tell-tale signs that your pet may suffer from Arthritis. You may feel overwhelmed while trying to find your pet relief, however getting your dog relief may not be as difficult as you think. Many people have started their pets on a liquid Glucosamine supplement.  


Glucosamine is “a raw material that the body needs to lubricate joints and build and maintain cartilage.” Glucosamine when combined with the right ingredients is an essential supplement every aging pet, or even human, should be taking on a regular bases. Your pet’s body naturally produces its own form of Glucosamine that helps lubricate the joints, but as they age this production can slow considerably. A Glucosamine complex is ideal for joint and cartilage protection and growth. If you are interested in learning more about liquid Glucosamine and different types of arthritis in dogs, here is a very helpful site that may answer many of your questions

http://www.synflexamerica.com/pet/synflex.php

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