Is your pet struggling hard to get up on their leg after sitting or lying down for a long time? Or facing problem to move freely? Then this an indication that your pet has some problem in their joints. Following points need to be taken seriously.
- Overweight can be a reason of your pet’s joints problem.
- Overweight does not only affect the joints but it can create a trouble for overall health of your pet.
How to reduce your pet weight?
To see your pets joyfully running, jumping and freely roam around, you have to maintain a schedule for your pet.
- If your pet has obesity problem then a regular walk is advisable. Not a long walk but a small walk of around 1km regularly.
- Promoting regular exercise is also helpful for weight loss.
Intake of food
Food varies depending on the age of the pets. Feeding sufficient amount of food plays a vital role for your pet’s health. Adequate nutrients are required to keep your pet’s joints and health in good condition. A balanced and appropriate diet from the early age of your pet will keep your pet healthy and fit.
If after taking all the precaution you are not able to see any improvement in your pet’s joints then you must visit your vet as it can be a major problem. Your vet will ask you about the food you are giving to your pet as mostly joints problems occur because of the deficiency of glucosamine and chondroitin in their food. According to most of the vet glucosamine and chondroitin helps to keep the joints working condition.
There are varied products available in market containing glucosamine and chondroitin but if you are a dog parents then you can try “Paw Osteocare Chew” for your dog. It is enriched with glucosamine sulphate and chondroitin sulphate which provide cartilage nutrition required for joint’s health and if you are a cat parents then you can try “Joint Guard for cats” it also includes both glucosamine and chondroitin.
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