Dog Owners: Why You Need to Treat Joint Pain and Arthritis Early.

Dog with arthritis chewing soft toy

Arthritis is the end result of a cascade of events – involving the interconnected and interdependent structures of your dog’s joints – over a long period of time. These events that lead to pain and discomfort work like a vicious cycle. That’s why you’ll often hear arthritis referred to as a ‘self-perpetuating’ process.

The sooner you identify the signs of joint pain in your dog – and do something about it – the better. If you allow the cycle of damage that leads to arthritis to go unchecked, it will carry on, building momentum and intensifying symptoms like pain, stiffness and swelling. The longer this goes on, the harder it gets to implement effective treatment and management programs.

By reducing or halting the cycle of damage in its early phase, you give your dog a much better chance at a happy, healthy and active life. Think of it this way – if your dog’s soft toy had a loose thread, would you get a better outcome if you fixed it straight away, or waited until they’d pulled all the stuffing out?

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