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Chondroitin- Joint Repair- Fastest Solution for Dog Hip Dysplasia and Dog Arthritis-chondropaw 5ml (Dogs Over 25lb.) RESULTS IN 7 DAYS
ChondroPaw is the Fastest Solution for Dog Hip Dysplasia, Dog Arthritis and Mobility Problems in your dog. It is 100% natural and have no contraindications. ChondroPaw is an all natural product that contains Polysulfated Glycosaminoglycan (PSGAG) and micro doses of plant extracts. The...Read Full Story
It’s inevitable that many dogs will develop some form of joint disease during their lives. It may be mild and unnoticeable, or it could be debilitating, severely affecting a dog’s quality of life by causing complete lameness and the inability to get up and down without help.
Some dogs will develop joint disease in the first few years of their lives but not display any visible signs until much later in life. This is often dependent on the dog’s breed. Dogs are also very susceptible to...Read Full Story
Arthritis is a sadly common fact of life as our pet dogs begin to get older, developing hip, back and joint problems. Almost every senior pet will suffer from some degree of osteoarthritis as they age, some more than others and especially the larger breeds. In cases not predisposed by previous injury or sickness, arthritis is simply joint pain caused by inflammation from the wearing down of cartilage padding on the bones within the...Read Full Story
Hip dysplasia is a genetic disease that primarily affects large and giant breeds of dogs like Collies.
Collies are friendly, loving and highly intelligent. They make gentle and loyal friends to the entire family, even to other pets in a household. Even though they are devoted to their family, they can act very wary of strangers, making them appear to be standoffish or aloof.
Collies love to play and thrive on your attention, but they are low-maintenance, non-destructive, non-demanding dogs...Read Full Story
I just came back from the doctor’s where I found out I have hip dysplasia. My hip started hurting about six months ago and the X-rays showed this deformity. How often does this happen, and what does it mean in the long-run?
Developmental hip dysplasia (DDH) is probably present at birth or occurs during development in the early years. A change in the normal anatomy results in a shallow hip socket. The angle or tilt of the femur (thigh bone) and rotation of the femoral shaft (long part of the...Read Full Story
It's important to take are of your dog as he or she ages. Arthritis is a common problem in older dogs, find out more here.