Arthritis is a really big problem in dogs especially, but old cats also get sore and arthritic
despite their light weight and indoor, less active lifestyle. Often we don’t notice it in our cat friends because of their sedentary lives, but radiographically cats commonly have arthritis.
In August we try to concentrate on educating clients specifically on mobility problems and go over many of the therapeutic modalities and medical diets that are available to help our pets get up , down , jump and generally get around better. Common problems in our canine friends are elbow arthritis, hip dysplasia and cruciate ligament tears causing arthritis in their knees.
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