Your dog has suffered from joint pain long enough!
You reach for the dog’s leash to take him out for a walk, expecting the usual enthusiastic tail-wagging and excited yelps.
Instead, you’re met with reluctance and a dismissive look that says, “There’s no way I’m going outside!”
You noticed his discomfort perhaps a limp the first time it showed itself. But you thought it would go away on its own.
However, it’s become a regular occurrence. Not only during walks, but also when he gets up and lies down.
It is a torture for him to walk up and down the stairs or jump into a car or onto a couch.
Your pet’s pain can be so great in his hips and joints that it can’t even get up to relieve itself!
There can be a number of reasons for your dog’s clearly visible joint pain.
The most obvious cause of joint and ligament pain can be a trauma or recovery after a surgery.
If this is the case, make sure your dog gets enough rest.
Reduce inflammation and try to improve its wellbeing with pain-killing remedies.
However, be wary of medicine that’s artificial, as it can cause serious kidney problems.
You can be putting your dog through so much pain because of something you've not noticed before. Like osteoporosis, arthritis, dysplasia or strangely developed bone structure from a young age.
You can identify these problems by spotting symptoms like limping, joint stiffness and swollen joints.
Joint and bone diseases are sometimes present from birth and part of your pet’s DNA. There’s nothing you can do to prevent it.
Just make sure to take extra care of your puppy’s joint health early on.
However, most of the time, joint problems are caused by a lack of nutrition throughout the dog’s life, and they develop with age.
The body simply can’t produce enough of the essential substances that keep the joints and bones strong and healthy.
You can’t reverse time and start giving your dog joint health supplements from early on. But you can start doing it today with the right prophylactic care.
Start lubricating joints and recovering their surfaces by administering glucosamine, marine chondrotine and collagen. Also, make sure to Include organic sulfur (MSM) which is the main building block of connective tissue.
You will significantly increase your dog’s overall wellbeing by reducing joint stiffness, inflammation and pain with natural substances such as Boswellia Extract.
If using these substances individually seems too complicated, you can try utilizing specific dog joint and bone care supplements.
For short- and long-term joint treatment, our veterinarians have developed these natural dog supplements [link to joins] to strengthen and recover hip and joint functions, help with degenerative and rheumatic diseases, and improve the overall wellbeing of your dog.
Your dog has suffered from joint pain long enough. It’s time to bring it to relief now!
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