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The Natural Vet's Guide to Preventing and Treating Arthritis in Dogs and Cats
219 pages
The Natural Vet's Guide to Preventing and Treating Arthritis in Dogs and Cats

A leading advocate for holistic veterinary medicine shares recommendations for blending conventional and alternative therapies to enhance a pet's quality of life, providing discussions of the pros and cons of conventional therapies, an ...

How to Take Care of a Dog, Information about Dogs. Everything That Matters
64 pages
How to Take Care of a Dog, Information about Dogs. Everything That Matters

Unfortunately, your dog can't stay a puppy forever. While your dog will hopefully live a long and happy life, there are some problems that become more common as your pet ages. One of the most common of these problems is arthritis. Arthritis is a condition that affects the joints. Arthritis in dogs is often the result of a hereditary condition or joint injury. While arthritis in dogs becomes more common as animals age, in can also occur in younger pets. Large breeds are more likely to suffer ...

The Arthritis Solution for Dogs, Natural and Conventional Therapies to Ease Pain and Enhance Your Dog's Quality of Life
224 pages
The Arthritis Solution for Dogs, Natural and Conventional Therapies to Ease Pain and Enhance Your Dog's Quality of Life

A respected expert in the growing field of natural health for pets focuses on the pros and cons of conventional and natural arthritis care for dogs. Dr. Messonnier is the holistic care columnist for "Dog Fancy" magazine. —Dr.

Dogs: The Ultimate Care Guide, Good Health, Loving Care, Maximum Longevity
450 pages
Dogs: The Ultimate Care Guide, Good Health, Loving Care, Maximum Longevity

Yes, stiff knees and creaky elbows are as much a part of growing old for dogs as they are for us humans. Veterinary surveys suggest that 20 percent of adult dogs will develop osteoarthritis, also known as degenerative joint disease — a painful inflammation of these vulnerable areas. It's usually a part of the normal aging process and is the most common form of arthritis. Occasionally, rheumatoid arthritis affects dogs, too. Whatever the cause, because dogs tend to run around a lot more ...

The Natural Remedy Book For Dogs And Cats
163 pages
The Natural Remedy Book For Dogs And Cats

A good herb infusion for arthritis is a combination of alfalfa, comfrey and burdock. My dogs eat comfrey leaves eagerly from my hand. Juliette de Bairacli Levi also recommends comfrey with chopped raw parsley, and rosemary or nettles tea. She uses an external massage oil made of four tablespoons olive oil, one tablespoon linseed or sunflower oil, and half a teaspoonful eucalyptus oil. She also suggests Vicks Vapo-Rub for massage/liniment.15 Both of these are greasy; avoid Vicks ...

Arthritis In Dogs - News


6 Natural Supplements You Might Not Know Will Help Your Dog`s Arthritis
6 Natural Supplements You Might Not Know Will Help Your Dog`s Arthritis Next is Vitamin C and this is a super-great supplement that can protect dogs against joint deterioration. It is safe to add up to 4000 mg. of powdered Vitamin C to your pooch`s meals as it will lessen his arthritic symptoms.

No cure but meds, therapy can help pet arthritis
No cure but meds, therapy can help pet arthritis While arthritis in dogs and cats is not curable, it is treatable, and pet owners should experiment with medicines, therapies and lifestyle changes until they find an approach that eases the pain and inflammation, said Dr. Wendy Baltzer, a veterinarian,

Pet Talk: Portly pets are on the rise
Pet obesity causes the animal to be afflicted with weight-related diseases such as arthritis, diabetes, high blood pressure, kidney disease and joint problems. Arthritic changes in the joints are crippling and cause severe pain to the animal.

Stem cells being used to help pets
Schufelt says Hannah has been suffering from arthritis for the past few years. She has had dozens of visits to the vet and has also been on medication, but when Schufelt learned stem cells could stop the medication and limit those vet visits,

Tips for Reducing the Signs of Arthritis in Pets
18, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- According to the Arthritis Foundation, arthritis affects one in every five adult dogs in the United States and is one of the most common sources of chronic pain that veterinarians treat. Pet owners can easily be overwhelmed by