Natural Joint Supplement for Senior Dogs

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Looking for a natural joint supplement for dogs? Want to future-proof your best friend? Read on.

What’s old age?

Unlike we human beings, dogs have no concept of old age. To a dog, the saying “it is what it is” very much applies. And it’s one of the reasons we love them so much.

As we humans age, we’re mindful of aches and pains we never felt before. We moan about them. We give them names. Some of us make strange noises as if that will really make them go away. And we self-medicate in an endeavour to reduce them despite the fact that in time even that doesn’t seem to work so we self-medicate even more.

Dogs on the other hand just get on with life even if fate does throw them the occasional curved ball. C’est la vie. Mañana. Bring it on. Sometimes you just gotta envy your best friend, don’t ya!

Help for senior dogs

But while our dogs just get on with things no matter what life throws at them, it doesn’t mean they don’t sometimes need a little help.

His or her diet may need the occasional tweek here and there. Especially as they get older. A little less red meat and a bit more easily-digestible, omega-3-rich fish perhaps. Maybe a few more veggies to keep his or her digestive system ticking over nicely. Some antioxidant-rich fruit and veg never goes amiss.

And perhaps a few herbs like dandelion root, burdock root, dandelion greens, nettle leaf and cleavers. Maybe a little gotu kola and spirulina to boost less efficient bodily systems. And some fish body oil such as salmon oil also goes a long way to keeping your best friend in peak condition.

A dog nutritionist-prepared senior dog feeding guide would definitely be worth considering as well.

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Joint supplement for dogs

Something likely to confront us all, both human beings and our beloved dogs alike, is increasing immobility due to arthritis, joint pain and connective tissue degeneration. But these and their related discomfort, pain and suffering don’t have to be facts of life.

You can improve your dog’s mobility, and your own in fact, with a completely natural supplement that man and beast have been benefiting from for thousands of years. It’s called Bone broth.

Bone broth provides much of the goodness lacking in the modern, commercial canine diet. It’s packed full of vitamins and minerals such as glucosamine, chondroitin, hyaluronic acid and collagen.

Bone broth is good for joints, tendons and ligaments. It supports the immune system, helps detoxify the liver and even promotes a healthy digestive system. All of which make it particularly beneficial to the older dog. And it does all these things in a synergic way because it’s 100% natural!

If you want to supplement your dog’s diet with one thing, whether it be a commercial diet, raw food or homemade dog food, bone broth for dogs is the supplement you should be giving. It’s the natural joint supplement for dogs!

And if you feel your dog needs something more, I’ve put together my own dog nutritionist Arthritis & Joint Problems Feeding Guide for any dog suffering from arthritis or chronic joint problems.

Gerald Pepin

Gerald Pepin

Canine Nutritionist

Gerald Pepin is a qualified canine nutritionist, writer, speaker and homemade dog food advocate. Gerald believes that good nutrition can improve or cure most canine health problems and that the natural way is always the best way when it comes to healing man's best friend. A life-long lover of German Shepherds, Gerald and his wife The Dog Chef have two GSDs and live in rural Somerset.


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