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Canine Arthritis

Many older dogs develop arthritis. Certain larger breed dogs are particularly susceptible to arthritis. There is no cure for arthritis. However, for most dogs it can be managed. Treatments may help reduce symptoms and may slow the progression of canine arthritis. The following resources provide information about canine arthritis and possible treatments. This is not a substitute for vetrinary care. Consult your vet for other possible canine arthritis treatments.

Canine Arthritis - Paw Prints Newsletter
Physical Therapy for Pets - Paw Prints Newsletter
Canine Hip Dysplasia - Paw Prints Newsletter
Glucosamine Chondroitin & Joint Care - Paw Prints Newsletter



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