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Do Puppies Need Hip and Joint Supplements?

Submitted by thomasarlo on Fri, 01/20/2023 - 22:27

Dog joint care supplements
It's always fun to assist your energetic puppy in getting the most out of its playing. Puppies require enough play to preserve their physical and mental health, whether it's chasing balls around the house or just catching some dog discs at the park.
 
However, puppy play might result in damage to the hips and joints of the dog. Incorrect alignment or overuse of the joints, which wears down the cartilage, may also cause your puppy's hip joints to become chronically inflamed. Inflammation and pain may result from these.
 

How Long Does it Take for Antinol to Work?

Submitted by thomasarlo on Fri, 01/20/2023 - 21:52

 What is Antinol?
Antinol is a marine lipid oil sourced from the mollusk Perna canaliculus, also known as the green-lipped mussel.
 
The oil is generated through a unique and proprietary process in which 91 free fatty acid components, sterol esters, polar and non-polar lipids, and carotenoids are extracted from the green-lipped mussel to create Antinol. This makes the Antinol supplement the most powerful natural anti-inflammatory formulation among the best dog joint meds available.
 
 
 

Are Joint Supplements Good For Cats?

Submitted by thomasarlo on Fri, 01/20/2023 - 21:22

Pet joint supplements
Adding pet joint supplements to your pet's daily routine will help them keep healthy joints and lower their risk of getting dog arthritis as they age because of all the leaping and running around that our pets, especially cats, do on a daily basis. Giving your pet joint supplements can be very good for them, regardless of how old or young they are.
 
 
 
Cat supplements

Cat’s Claw Supplements as Holistic Medicine

Submitted by thomasarlo on Tue, 12/20/2022 - 20:36

 
What is the cat’s claw supplement?
Cat's claw supplement is a joint supplement for cats that is derived from the cat's claw (Uncaria tomentosa) vine. The supplement contains plant components, such as quinovic acid glycosides, which help in inflammation reduction, and its preparations are made from the roots and back of the cat's claw vine. Cat's claw supplements for joints can be taken in the form of a liquid extract, capsule, powder, or tea.
 

How Do NSAIDs Work And How Do They Help a Dog Feel Better?

Submitted by thomasarlo on Fri, 11/25/2022 - 23:27

What are NSAIDs?
The term "NSAIDs" stands for "non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs." These are medications that are commonly used to treat pain, inflammation, and high temperatures. They are critical in giving pain-relieving joint carefor dogs suffering from osteoarthritis.
 
Topical NSAIDs, such as cream, gel, or ointment, are a typical therapeutic choice in joint dog care and may provide appropriate relief from muscle and joint pain and inflammation, as well as discomfort caused by strains or sprains.
 
How NSAIDs work

Use of Anti-InflammatoryAnalgesic Drugs in Dogs and Cats

Submitted by thomasarlo on Mon, 11/21/2022 - 23:27

 
What areanalgesic drugs?
Analgesic drugs, sometimes known as painkillers, are medicines that relieve pain. Unlike medications used for anesthesia during surgery, analgesics do not switch off nerves, impair the ability to detect surroundings, or alter consciousness.
 
Analgesics are widely used after surgery to relieve pain caused by an injury such as a bone fracture, to relieve acute pain such as a twisted ankle, to relieve muscle soreness, and to treat chronic painful illnesses such as arthritis, cancer, or back pain.
 

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