Arthritis & Joint Problems Treatment Guide

Dog nutritionist approved
Ready for immediate download
Overview of canine arthritis, its causes and management
Dietary adjustments and feeding guidelines
Suggested natural supplements

£9.95

Arthritis & Joint Problems Treatment Guide

Dog nutritionist approved
Ready for immediate download
Overview of canine arthritis, its causes and management
Dietary adjustments and feeding guidelines
Suggested natural supplements

£9.95

Dog Arthritis Feeding Guide

Arthritis, or inflammation of the joints, is a common canine health problem. As with human beings, as a dog ages, its joints are increasingly likely to suffer as a result of a lifetime of play and chasing sticks and balls.

Canine arthritis is a degenerative problem. The thin layer of smooth cartilage and synovial fluid that protect your dog’s joints throughout its life, degenerate over time. Sometimes through injury, sometimes through normal wear and tear. When that happens, bone surfaces that were previously able to glide freely over one another begin rubbing against each other. This causes pain and discomfort, further aggrevated by new bone which begins to grow as a direct result of this friction. This in turn causes stiffness, swelling and yet further pain and discomfort.

Once arthritis takes hold, it becomes a viscious cycle. This can cause a certain reluctance to exercise in senior dogs. If that reduced activity does not result in a reduction in food intake, a dog gains weight and further compounds this degenerative joint disease. It’s imperative therefore that you maintain your dog’s fitness throughout its life. And that includes maintaining a healthy weight. My dog arthritis feeding guide can also help!

The solution to canine arthritis

What can be done about canine arthritis? Well, to begin with, you can help keep your dog’s joints well-protected throughout its life. Turmeric is perhaps the best 100% natural anti-inflammatory herb known to man. I give my dogs a dog hip and joint supplement throughout their lives as a preventative measure. (I even taken in myself it’s so good)!

If your dog already has arthritis? Then my dog arthtis feeding guide is the answer. The joint damage caused by canine arthritis can rarely repair itself. But there is still much you can do to improve your dog’s arthritis with improved dog nutrition.

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