Unfortunately, not only humans can have arthritis. As you know, arthritis is an inflammation of the joints. It may affect one to multiple joints. The consequences are pain, bone loss, lack of movement, and uncomfortableness.
Did you know that there’s a 65% risk that your dog could suffer from arthritis, especially if they are more than 7 years old? That doesn’t seem like a lot, but for dogs, it’s enough to start developing some arthritis signs.
Your goal as a dog owner is to know how to keep your dog healthy, and it starts by going to the vet. Having pet health insurance is the first step any pet owner must take from the beginning. Your dog health should be checked every once in a while to avoid future health problems like this one.
So without any further ado, let’s get into some of the arthritis symptoms or behaviors your dog might be having and how to care for a dog with arthritis successfully.