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Joint Issues

  • Hip Dysplasia
  • Arthritis
  • Osteochondritis (OCD)
  • Stiffness/Inflammation
  • Ligament Tears
  • Growing Pains
  • Mobility Problems
  • Joint Pain
  • Back/Spinal Problems
  • Hypertrophic Osteodystrophy (HOD)


Is your pet becoming less active, less playful, or desiring shorter walks? The following symptoms could be early signs of OCD, Arthritis or Hip Dysplasia.

  • Moving more slowly
  • Difficulty getting up
  • Weight shift to another leg
  • Personality change
  • Reluctant to walk, jump or play
  • Refuses using stairs or the car
  • Change in appetite
  • Change in behavior
  • Muscle atrophy
  • Lagging behind
  • Yelping when touched
  • Limping
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Hip Dysplasia in a Lhasa Apso

Hip Dysplasia in a Lhasa Apso

It may surprise some people that hip dysplasia in a Lhasa Apso can occur in a breed so small. Most hip dysplasia and arthritis problems happen to larger breeds.

Lhasa Apsos make perfect pets for seniors who are retired, couch potatoes, and families with older children. Lhasas are lively, confident dogs with an elegant appearance. They are clever animals and very …

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Hip Dysplasia in Basset Hounds

Hip Dysplasia in Basset Hounds

People who love Basset Hounds usually never think about the problem of hip dysplasia in Basset Hounds because a common misconception is that smaller dogs never suffer from hip dysplasia. Unfortunately, this is not true.

Basset Hounds are as mild-mannered as Clark Kent. They are known as an obedient breed, although sometimes they can be as stubborn as a mule. …

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Normal Temperature For a Dog

Normal Temperature For a Dog

Knowing the normal temperature for a dog is important if your dog develops a high fever. A dog’s normal temperature should range from 101 to 103 degrees Fahrenheit.

A fever is the body’s normal response to fight an infection. But if your dog’s fever rises above 105 degrees, it can cause damage to its vital organs and may cause your …

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Older Dogs And Separation Anxiety

Older Dogs And Separation Anxiety

Separation anxiety is one of the most common behavior problems seen in older dogs. Although younger dogs often display separation anxiety after their owner leaves the house, an older dog with separation anxiety will become very anxious when it senses its owner is about to leave the house.

When the owner does leave, the dog may become destructive, bark or …

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Signs of Toxic Asbestos Exposure in Your Pets

Toxic asbestos exposure can cause deadly mesothelioma, a cancer of the mesothelium or the lining of the major organs. Though more commonly associated with people, asbestos exposure has been linked to mesothelioma in household pets.
Asbestos exposure can have equally damaging health consequences as it does in people, regardless of whether it is from firsthand or secondhand exposure. Firsthand exposure occurs …

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