Joint Supplements for Dogs: What To Look For & When To Start

Joint Supplements for Dogs: What To Look For & When To Start

Joint problems and stiffness are common in dogs and can range from minor discomfort from stiff joints to severe pain and arthritis. Problems in your dog's joints can be so serious that they hinder exercising or even walking short distances and prevent your pet from leading a full life. With the most severe painful joint pain even getting up or standing can become difficult for your dog. Hips and elbows are amongst the most commonly affected areas thanks to conditions like hip and elbow dysplasia.
June 18, 2020
Supplements For Dogs: Supporting Your Dog's Health

Supplements For Dogs: Supporting Your Dog's Health

Nutritional supplements are becoming more widely used both by us and our pets, and they can be a good way to support your cat’s or your dog’s overall health. Joint supplements like Joint Aid for Dogs are amongst the most sought after, with many pet owners finding that glucosamine for dogs can be a beneficial addition to the daily diet.
June 18, 2020
Is Jumping Safe For My Dog's Joints?

Is Jumping Safe For My Dog's Joints?

As natural born athletes, jumping is instinctive for dogs and in the wild would have been important for catching prey. These days your dog probably jumps on a regular basis when it comes to things like getting in and out of the car or exploring the woods on a country walk. And with sports like agility and flyball gaining in popularity we are asking our dogs to jump on command too.
Allergies in Dogs

Allergies in Dogs

Itchy dog? At certain times of year allergies are rife, and thanks to changes in climate and more advanced allergy testing, allergies in dogs are becoming more and more apparent. But how do you know if your furry friend has an allergy and how can you find out exactly what they are allergic to? We look at some of the allergy symptoms often seen in dogs - and what could be the cause.
June 18, 2020
How To Spot Muscle Atrophy in Dogs

How To Spot Muscle Atrophy in Dogs

Muscle atrophy, or muscle loss, is the wasting away of your dog’s muscles. It can present in a number of ways and can be caused by ageing, illness or simply by reduced activity. Larger breeds can be more likely to suffer as they can age faster than small breeds, and are more prone to conditions like arthritis, but muscle atrophy can affect any dog. And although it's often seen in the legs, particularly the back legs, it can also be seen in the stomach or even the head.
May 14, 2020