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Joint problems

The majority of joint problems are degenerative and will cause serious deterioration as time goes by. For this reason, it is important to treat it properly.

Discover the Articular range and help your dog to stay healthy and conserve joint mobility

WHAT ARE
THE MOST COMMON
JOINT PROBLEMS?

  • Osteoarthritis or degenerative joint disease is the most common cause of lameness, and can affect 20% of dogs over one year old. This disease produces inflammation of the joints and intense chronic pain in your dog.
  • Dogs can also develop osteochondrosis, a congenital defect in the development of joint cartilage.
  • Hip or elbow dysplasia is also common in large breeds. It is passed on through the genes and involves abnormal formation of the hip joint.

WHAT ARE THE CAUSES
OF JOINT
PROBLEMS?

HOW TO SPOT IT?

Fill out this short test to find out whether your dog is suffering from joint problems

It seems that your dog has good, healthy joints, but you should continue to look out for possible signs that may be symptoms of joint problems, and feed your dog on a specific diet to enable them to maintain healthy, mobile joints.

REPEAT THE TEST

In the last 3 months, have you noticed that your dog is having more difficulty walking?

Have you noticed that recently your dog is struggling to get up stairs?

Has your dog started to need help to get into the car?

YOU CAN HELP THEM WITH
APPROPRIATE NUTRITION

Your dog’s food also affects the state of their joint health and their mobility. This is why it is important to have food that...

Has antioxidants and hydrolised collagen

Contains vitamins and Omega 3

Has hyaluronic acid

Complete and balanced

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ADVANCE VETERINARY
DIETS ARTICULAR

Los resultados clínicos avalan su eficacia y han demostrado que en el 85% de los casos, se percibe una disminución del dolor en 42 días y el 82% de los perros recuperan la movilidad.

BENEFITS OF ADVANCE ARTICULAR

If in addition to joint problems your dog is overweight or is over 10 years of age, with Advance Veterinary Diets you can help them with nutrition that adapts to their particular needs:

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