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Treats For Dogs With Mobility Problems
Is your dog starting to struggle with their mobility, have a history of joint disease or just being proactive about joint health? Pet Circle stock a variety of dog treats for joint problems to suit every dog's preference for better mobility.
Best dog treats for joint problems based on our customer reviews
|Vitalitae Hip and Joint Dog Treats||Our Smith field terrier blue heeler, Whiskey, has strained a muscle in his back right leg by chasing cars. It is still quite sore for him but after putting him on these Dog treats he is almost walking without a limp. I would recommend these biscuits for our 4 legged family members as they deserve to be pain free too. - FIONA|
|Vetalogica VitaRapid Joint & Arthritis Treats for Dogs||My Kelpie is 10 years old and has been showing signs of severe arthritic pain this last year. I thought she would never be the same and then I tried this treat. I've been using for a month and a half. Her energy levels increased drastically and she's able to jump on to the couch with confidence again. - LAUREN|
Depending on your dog's individual taste and preference, your dog may prefer longer-lasting chewy sticks for joint health. Daily chewy treats and meal toppers are another option for maintaining joint health. If your dog is fussy with treats, there is also a peanut butter option for joint health which can be added to lickimats for extra enrichment.
Frequently Asked Questions:
How can I help my dog with joint or mobility issues?
The best way to support an arthritic dog is called a multi-modal approach. This can involve pain relief medication, nutritional support, joint supplements and physiotherapy. Weight control is vital, and controlled exercise is also important, avoiding high intensity or high impact exercise.
Why does my dog have joint problems?
One in five adult dogs over the age of one have degenerative joint disease (osteoarthritis). This increases to two out of three senior dogs over the age of seven. Hip dysplasia and elbow dysplasia are common joint diseases in large breeds such as German Shepherds, Labrador Retrievers, Golden Retrievers, and Rottweilers . It can be influenced by genetics as well as many external factors like nutrition, growth rate, hormones and exercise.
Which is the best food for dog's with joint issues?
Prescription joint diets contain high levels of EPA, which is an omega 3 fatty acid. This can help disrupt the cycle of inflammation which occurs in damaged joints. Joint supplements can also be used , however it is important to speak to your regular veterinarian prior to starting on any additional supplements.