Vet-Approved Steps to Keep your Dog Pain-Free and Happy Now and into Their Golden Years!
Dog Moms Take Note:
Veterinarian letter to All Dog Parents:
Dear Dog Mom,
My name is Abigaile Fulsome, and I’ve been a vet for over 12 years.
In my veterinarian practice, I’ve treated all kinds of dog breeds – all shapes and all sizes.
And while each dog has a different personality, their energy levels, mobility, and day-to-day happiness are determined by:
This is not a problem solely in older dogs; many young dogs (think 1-year-old pups) start to experience painful and discomforting hip and joint issues that are sadly exacerbated as they age.
Who wants to be that dog parent with their dog painfully limping after them? No, thank you.
It’s true, and it’s real. But it’s not a foregone conclusion, as you may have been told.
Think of it this way; the average dog lives to about ten years old, which means they have only 365 days with you.
Sadly certain breeds of dogs have even less time …and if your dog starts experiencing stiffening joints while they are just a puppy …
…that means their quality of life is already diminished within the first 365 days.
Not even 10% of their lives are fully enjoyable if they experience debilitating pain in year one.
This can also mean their remaining days are hindered by stiffening joints and daily discomfort.
Just like a car that doesn’t get taken care of properly…
It starts to break down.
At first, this is simply annoying because it’s not as efficient, it’s not as comfortable, and it’s making noises. But soon enough, it’s rattling all over the place and overall not performing well at all, leading you to wonder how long it will last.
It doesn’t matter how new the car is…
If you don’t take care of it… it will eventually break down sooner than you hoped.
Zero energy and joint issues are common… but it’s not normal.
The hard truth is that most dogs have painful and stiffening joints a majority of the time…
Dog parents aren’t trying to harm them, they just don’t know what signs to look for, nor do they seek treatment quickly enough…
…sometimes they don’t do anything until it’s an unavoidable issue and therefore time to visit me.
It is absolutely heartbreaking to have to tell a loving dog owner that their best friend will not be with them for much longer.
Because we all think we have more time together…
…and are devastated to learn that our dog’s life is cut short.
I’ll cover how you can care for and prevent your dog’s stiff joints in a moment…
There are SIGNS that you have to look for
The signs include:
- Trouble walking or limping
- Little or no energy
- Not wanting to go upstairs or jump in the car
- Slow to get up
- Always sleeping
- No interest in playing or doing for walks
Take a second to think on this – if you were experiencing painful and stiff joints would you be jumping up to exercise or go for a walk?
Not likely. You’d probably be grumpy and prefer to lay on the couch, feeling helpless and sorry for yourself.
But this doesn’t have to be the case for your best friend.
Don’t wait to act.
Acting early can increase your dog’s chances of a pain-free life.
In the case of stiffening joints, prevention is the best medicine. Maintaining their healthy and happy lifestyle is the priority now and for all your days together.
So, now you’re armed with the knowledge on what to look for …
And, you know it’s essential to act now…
Even if your dog isn’t showing the signs…
We’ll talk about what, in my professional opinion, I consider the must-haves for preventing and caring for stiff joints.
Must Have Nutrients to Care for Your Dog’s Stiff Joints
Now, this is important. Even if you are tempted to run out and grab these supplements from the closest supermarket or online store,
That won’t cut it; it will just be a waste of your time and money. More on that later, but first, let’s get to the must-haves:
Methylsulfonylmethane is a sulfur (a chemical) found in fresh raw foods, including fruits, vegetables, and meat. The compound used to treat diseases, MSM, is a white crystalline substance that contains 34% sulfur. This organic compound is made synthetically and is one of the main ingredients in Dog Hip Help. This naturally occurring substance is found in green plants, algae, fruits, vegetables, adrenal glands, milk, and some grains. Puppy Mothers MSM is derived from Canadian plants such as flax seeds & corn, and not from petroleum sources. Sulfur is known as the “beauty mineral.”
This is a natural compound that can help to reduce inflammation and pain in the joints. It can also help improve the joints' flexibility and mobility, making it easier for dogs to move around.
MSM is important in joint health and helps form the connective tissues, including cartilage, tendons, and ligaments. It may also reduce pain by slowing the nerve impulses that transmit pain signals and is the preferred treatment choice of professional show dog coaches.
2. Glucosamine and Chondroitin
Natural compounds that help lubricate and protect the joints. Also, by slowing down cartilage degeneration, which is the tissue that cushions the joints.
MSM, Glucosamine, and Chondroitin are the main ingredients found in Puppy Mothers Dog Hip Help Supplement. It’s specifically formulated with nine active ingredients to ensure the day your dog can no longer leap across the room and onto the sofa never arrives.
Remember, do not run out and grab these from your grocery store.
There’s a lot of stuff out there full of cheap ingredients that are completely ineffective, if not harmful, for your pet: yuck and yuck.
It’s a waste of your time and hard-earned money.
Go this route, and you’ll just throw your hands up in frustration.
Give up on your dog's health.
Resign yourself to limited and pain-filled days that tear your heart wide open.
I’ve seen the adverse effects of stiff joints, arthritis, and discomfort, and when my patients need to leave their dogs at home on our walk, bike ride, or hike, it’s heartbreaking. Some of these dogs are still puppies!
Or you can choose to give your dog a joint care supplement that’s been created with their health and well-being in mind. Which I highly recommend you do.
My Number One Choice is Puppy Mothers Dog Hip Help
It’s my trusted source. Only the highest quality ingredients are included in the joint support formula and yummy flavors your dog will love.
It’s a synergistic combination cultivated from the finest ingredients around the world and all pulled together to both prevent and treat stiff joints, helping your dog to maintain the happy, active and carefree lifestyle that they deserve.
They deserve the best!
And Puppy Mothers Dog Hip Help is the perfect solution with a proven track record for success.
“My 5-year-old dog had a constant limp due to osteoarthritis. After taking this for a month or so I realized he wasn't limping. Now the only time he does limp is if we play ball because he runs hard. He'll be taking the hip and joint treats for along time.”
“Glucosamine for Dogs: A hero among dog vitamins, glucosamine cushions and lubricates joints to help promote easeful movement, greater flexibility, and help provide joint pain relief.make sure chondroitin is on your list. The dog supplement supports healthy cartilage for improved shock absorption.”
“My lab was diagnosed with arthritis at an early age. Our vet recommended glucosamine, hyaluronic acid, and fish oil, as well as a monthly injection therapy of Adequan. We also had a discussion about my wife and I taking the glucosamine, HA, and fish oil. I also have been diagnosed with arthritis and my doctor recommended I stay on that therapy. Over the years I have gone off and on these supplements. I have encountered nearly crippling pain when I have slipped off these for extended periods. Relief from the pain occurred a short time after returning to the supplements. Not exactly scientific evidence, but dang, when you hurt you want relief. Staying on the supplements has kept the pain at bay. That's all I can say.”
“This product truly works. My dog (lab/shepherd mix) is 9 years old and has been taking these daily for the past 2 years. He loves the taste too. Before I made this a subscription purchase I was purchasing individually and once forgot to order on time. We went about a week without the vitamins. During that timeframe, he locked up completely. He previously had a torn ligament in his knee from a few years earlier. I took him for his morning walk and halfway In, he refused to take another step. I finally got him home and he was extremely uncomfortable, it terrified me to see him this way. I the truly realized how helpful these vitamins are to him and quickly reordered. We perked back up once they arrived a few days later. I now purchase the subscription so we won’t run out again. They make a huge difference in his comfort”
“Dog moms, if your dog is over 3 years old... Don’t ignore this!”
We’re talking 5-Star feedback.
Puppy Mothers has my seal of approval.
Why is Caring for Your Dog’s Joints and Mobility Important?
If your knees ache and crack when you get out of bed in the morning, imagine how your dog feels! All that bounding around, jumping on the sofa when you’re not looking, all those balls chased, all those miles of fetch covered. Or perhaps your dog lives a more relaxed lifestyle, lazing around fur tummy strokes and treat time. Either way, a long life of fuss and exercise will take its toll on your pet’s joints and, eventually, their mobility.
Be proactive with their healthcare right now. Without the proper care, joint pain and arthritis can worsen over time, preventing your dog from living long, full lives. So jump in and take the best care of your dog from a young age. Supplements can help you do just that.
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