Contrary to popular belief, hip and joint supplements aren’t just for older dogs and large breeds. Osteoarthritis is a slowly progressive, degenerative, and debilitating disease affecting 20% of the canine population over the age of one
Owning a pet is a big, exhausting and fun responsibility! We love our dogs because they can be our best friend, constant companion, workout and snuggle buddies - all in one. Taking care of the four-legged creatures in our homes is very important, and just like we pay attention to what we put inside our body, we really should pay attention to what we put in their bodies.
We love our furry companions because they join us on adventures, on the road and on the couch. So, it’s natural to be concerned when you notice that your four-legged friend might be slowing down. Here’s the thing: slowing down and less activity than normal is not a “necessary” side effect of your dog getting older. There are ways to prevent hip and joint issues in your dog and here we talk about it.