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Glucosamine and Chondroitin against Hip Dysplasia


Glucosamine & Chondroitin: A Safe Approach to Canine Hip Dysplasia

Glucosamine and Chondroitin have been shown in studies to be a recommended approach to assist in the fight against canine hip dysplasia. Many veterinarians advise pet owners to try a nutraceutical plan, such as glucosamine and chondroitin, before they move on to the more potentially dangerous (and overly prescribed) pharmaceutical drugs. Canine hip dysplasia generally responds well to the natural method of therapy.

Hip dysplasia is a degenerative disease commonly found in dogs. It is the abnormal development of the hip joint. The developmental orthopedic disease starts with the soft tissues surrounding the joints failing to mature properly and the muscles, ligaments, and connective tissue do not support the joint as the dog grows. This results in the bones moving apart, and the ball and socket losing contact with each other.

Hip dysplasia usually begins when your dog is young. The abnormality slowly degenerates throughout your pet’s life and you normally will not recognize the signs until your pet is middle aged or older. You may notice that your pet is limping or has an altered gait. He (or she) may be slow to rise from a resting position. They may also have a loss in energy levels. You may be alarmed by a look of pain and discomfort, or even signs similar to depression. 

It is disheartening and unsettling to see our pets in pain. Glucosamine and Chondroitin are a safe and effective way to manage your pet’s hip dysplasia. The two components, like those found in Liquid Glucosamine Formula Synflex ®, provide the building blocks for the formation of new cartilage, while assisting to repair damaged cartilage. Glucosamine and Chondroitin are safe for your pet and display few, if any, side effects for your furry friend.

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