Dog Joint Health

Joint Care for Senior Dogs

Joint Care for Senior Dogs

Arthritis is a common condition, affecting one in five adult dogs. It can cause them to slow down but – with regular veterinary attention and daily care – there’s no reason why senior dogs can’t continue to experience a very happy, healthy life.

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Preventing Joint Disease in Dogs

Preventing Joint Disease in Dogs

Preventive health care is important for all dogs, especially large and giant breeds that are predisposed to joint disease. Regular checkups with your vet will ensure potential problems — such as obesity or an improper diet — are caught early before they contribute to...

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Are Heated Dog Beds Safe?

Are Heated Dog Beds Safe?

If your dog suffers from arthritis, hip dysplasia, circulation issues, spinal injuries, or other conditions that affect his joints, he may be a good candidate for a heated bed. The heat from the bed can help soothe pain, making it an ideal place to rest. Buy an...

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Healthy Exercise for Puppies

Healthy Exercise for Puppies

It's important to wait until your puppy's joints become fully fused before taking them jogging. For many breeds, this means holding off until they're 12-16 months of age (or 18-20 months for giant breeds). Over exercising too early may lead to stress and health issues...

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My Dog has Arthritis. Should I Get a Ramp?

My Dog has Arthritis. Should I Get a Ramp?

If you have a senior dog, a dog with arthritis, or a dog with other mobility issues, it may be time for a ramp. They make life easier, and your pooch shouldn’t have to struggle to get up into the car or on the couch. When looking for a ramp: Make sure it reaches high...

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Signs of Hip Dysplasia in Dogs

Signs of Hip Dysplasia in Dogs

There's a common skeletal condition in dogs that all owners should educate themselves about - it's called hip dysplasia.Affecting the hip joint, the ball and socket do not fit or develop properly, and they rub and grind instead of sliding smoothly. This results in...

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How Much Exercise is Safe for Puppies?

How Much Exercise is Safe for Puppies?

Puppies need much less exercise than fully-grown dogs. If you over-exercise a growing puppy you can overtire it and damage its developing joints, causing early arthritis. A good rule of thumb is a ratio of five minutes exercise per month of age (up to twice a day)...

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Is 4CYTE safe for dogs with kidney or liver issues?

Is 4CYTE safe for dogs with kidney or liver issues?

Yes, 4CYTE is safe for dogs with kidney or liver issues. We know of many dogs with liver conditions that are successfully taking 4CYTE. We also know in our safety studies in healthy dogs, that liver enzymes were not elevated - dogs were fed five times the daily dose...

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Small cost-effective dose, BIG impact

Small cost-effective dose, BIG impact

How do we achieve it? Using proprietary extraction methods, our exclusive active ingredient - Epiitalis - is changed from a triglyceride to a novel non-methylated interrupted free fatty acid form. This process significantly increases the potency and effect of...

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4CYTE is a vet-only animal joint health supplement, and is available only through your veterinary clinic.

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