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October 14, 2013
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Arthritis stinks. After years of using your joints, all of a sudden they turn on you, seizing up at the most inopportune moments. What’s more, this deteriorating condition can strike your dog as well, taking your lively pup and reducing them to a geriatric mass of fur. Nothing hurts like watching your dog struggle to do even the most rudimentary things (i.e., walking down stairs, getting off the sofa). When you notice that your pooch is starting to slow down, it is a good idea to take them over to the vet to see if they can help put some spring back in their step.
If it is arthritis that is holding your dog back, there are more than a few types of arthritis medication for dogs, ranging from homeopathic remedies to some serious anti inflammatory steroids. Depending on your dog’s situation, your vet might suggest that you try...
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