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Types of Canine Arthritis


Types of Canine Arthritis

Did you know that canine arthritis is not limited to older dogs? In fact it is very common for dogs of all ages to be diagnosed with some form of arthritis, whether it is from an old or recent injury or even genetic.  Certain diseases and infections can also raise the chances of arthritis. Here are just a few types of common canine arthritis conditions.

Hip dysplasia is a type of arthritis that directly affects the hip joints of dogs.  Generally speaking, larger breed dogs are the ones that are most prone to this disease. “Hip dysplasia is an abnormal formation of the hip socket that, in its more severe form, can eventually cause crippling lameness and painful arthritis of the joints.” Hip dysplasia is also more common in purebreds.

Wrist arthritis is a painful condition that occurs when the tendons in the wrist are inflamed after being agitated by repetitive movements.  Wrist arthritis in dogs is similar to carpal tunnel. This disease can cause pain and weakness in the wrist area and will usually affect the more active older pet.
Degenerative joint disease (DJD), also known as a form of osteoarthritis, is the progressive and permanent long-term deterioration of the cartilage surrounding the joints. There is a variety of secondary causes of DJD, such as abnormal wear and tear on the joints and cartilage, trauma, obesity and hip dysplasia. 

Knee dysplasia is similar to elbow dysplasia, but it affects the back legs rather than the front legs. This disease is often not properly diagnosed until it has progressed substantially.

All of these forms of arthritis result in similar symptoms. Symptoms include lameness, lethargy, hesitant to climb stairs, sleeps often, pain, swelling, stiffness etc. It can be very hard to watch your beloved pet suffer from any type of arthritis. Many times, pets can be put on potentially harmful medications that you may not feel comfortable with. What many people don’t know is that there may be other ways to get your pet relief. Veterinarians are now starting to recommend all-natural supplements before prescribing the hard stuff. Liquid Glucosamine is taking off and people are raving about the positive results. To find out more about an all-natural liquid Glucosamine supplement try browsing

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