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Arthritis in Labradors


Arthritis in Labradors

Is your beloved Lab aging? The first sign of aging you may notice is the hair around their nose, mouth and eyes will start to turn gray. The average life span of a Labrador is 10-12 years, so you may start noticing other issues, besides the graying, beginning around the age of 7 or 8. The weight of an aging Labrador is the most critical health issue to consider. As your Labrador ages, you may notice that he may start to slow down and even sleep more. Most veterinarians will recommend that an aging lab needs to be kept on the thin side. This just means monitoring his food intake and scheduling daily exercise with your pet into your routine. Eating healthy, a healthy diet of the appropriate portions and getting good exercise, can be a big step towards preventing arthritis in your beloved Labrador.

Arthritis is common in a majority of aging pets. It may seem that a healthy diet and exercise alone may not be enough. Many veterinarians are recommending that people add an all-natural liquid Glucosamine supplement to their petís diet as well. Liquid Glucosamine is designed specifically for joint and cartilage protection and growth. †If a pet is overweight, the risk of developing arthritis is much higher. Also, there is much more pressure on the joints. All pets, and even people, will suffer some sort of wear and tear on their joints later on in life, so it is very important to maintain healthy joints. So what is liquid Glucosamine? Glucosamine is a natural sugar produced by your body. It is the essential and principal ingredient that determines the quantity of proteoglycans (water-holding) molecules that also form in the body. The greater the amount of Glucosamine in the body, the greater the amount of proteoglycans. The proteoglycans are large, water-binding molecules made up of both proteins and sugars. It is important to understand that they are a major building block of healthy, vital cartilage. When there is a Glucosamine deficiency, cartilage hardens and bone spurs develop which may lead to deformities in the joints. Your petís mobility becomes limited and in short, this is how osteoarthritis develops. To learn more about Glucosamine and your aging pet visit

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