Joint Health

Ensuring your dog or cat is well taken care of every day is a top priority for pet parents. When it comes to your pet's joint health, it can be difficult to pick up when something is not right, and without physical signs of pain, you may never know. Your pet's joint health plays a huge role in their quality of life and well-being. By being proactive, you can help prevent potential joint issues such as hip dysplasia and arthritis. We have all the information you need to support your pet through all stages of life.


Joint Health

Joints are the places in a pet's body where bones come together. Bones are connected by cartilage, membranes, and fluid that allow for movement. Just like with people, time and injury can take a toll on a pet's joints resulting in pain, weakness, and adverse health conditions. Joint health concerns for both dogs and cats centre around a few common culprits.

Degenerative joint disease, or osteoarthritis, is one of the most comment joint issues for dogs and cats. About 20% of dogs over the age of 7 and 90% of cats over age 12 will suffer from joint-related issues due to arthritis.

Most joint health discussions revolve around osteoarthritis, but there are other potential joint issues for your dog or cat, such as:
- Joint injuries: A ligament tear, dislocation or fracture can sometimes lead to joint issues.
- Abnormal development: If your dog or cat's joints did not develop properly, this could cause joint concerns, even early on in their life.
- Acquired joint diseases: Such as immune disease, infectious disease and cancer.


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