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4 steps to better joint health for your dog

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Discover the hacks that can increase your dog's mobility, especially in the colder months.

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4 steps to better joint health for your dog

Does your dog suffer from stiff joints? Are they having a hard time just moving around? It could be degenerative joint disease, or osteoarthritis, which is common in companion animals.

But the good news is that there are ways to reduce discomfort, increase mobility and improve your dog’s quality of life. In our 4 steps to better joint health for your dog Action Plan, we provide pointers on the signs and symptoms of joint disease, warm-up exercises, nutritional supplements and house hacks to maximise your best friend’s comfort – even in the colder, winter months.

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Time to complete

  • 4 weeks


  • Reduced aches and pains
  • Improved mobility
  • Increased fitness
  • Optimal comfort


Identifying early signs of joint disease in companion animals empowers you to implement early treatment and institute strategies to protect those joints.
Good nutrition and supplements can improve your dog’s comfort, especially during the colder months or flare-ups. They can also help keep your dog moving, which is a key component of quality of life.
Increasing your dog’s mobility and fitness not only keeps your dog moving, but supports the muscles that support those joints. Much like in humans, being able to keep moving is not only good for physical health, but for the mental and emotional wellbeing of animals.
Simple changes around the house can be used to maximise your dog’s comfort in the home, reducing the risk of injuries and improving everybody’s wellbeing.

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