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Does Your Pet Exhibit Osteoarthritis Symptoms?

 

Does Your Pet Exhibit Osteoarthritis Symptoms?

Arthritis does not discriminate. Not only do we develop arthritis, but our family pets do too.  Dogs suffer from arthritis, with 1 in 5 dogs developing Osteoarthritis during their life.  The symptoms of Osteoarthritis in dogs, is very similar to those we experience.  It is the most common ailment of chronic pain in pets that veterinarians strive to control daily. Osteoarthritis in dogs is not only genetic, but it can also be attributed to the result of a trauma and the bodily health of your pet.  The weight of your pet, if overweight, can be directly linked to OA.  Any extra poundage places extra stress on their joints.  Many times, pet parents do not notice the signs of Osteoarthritis until the disease has advanced.  Would you recognize the warning signs? Take this short quiz to find out if your pet is in danger of the debilitating disease.

  • Does your pet have difficulty rising after a period of rest?
  • Does your dog seem stiff in the morning after a period of sleep?
  • Is your dog reluctant to jump up on the couch or into the car, to go up or down stairs, or do things he once loved?
  • Does your dog seem to have a reduced energy level? Or, appear lame or lethargic?
  • Are you able to visibly recognize any swollen joints?
  • Does your pet seem depressed?
  • Is your dog refusing to eat or drink?
  • Do you hear any popping or grinding of the joints?
  • Does your dog lag behind on walks, seem reluctant to go for walks, or appear unusually exhausted after a walk?
  • Does your pet show an expression of pain when you touch any of his joints, or resist touch?

If your dog exhibits any of these symptoms, it is important to speak to your vet about the cause.  Osteoarthritis can be effectively managed, especially when diagnosed early.  Your vet may suggest a change in diet and exercise.  The vet may also suggest the use of a liquid Glucosamine supplement.  Glucosamine can assist in the aid of damaged cartilage, reducing inflammation, and stimulating the production of synovial fluid.

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