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Sunday 21st 2014f December 2014 05:26 am

Welcome to the Pet Arthritis Resource Center.


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We at the Pet Arthritis Resource Center are dedicated to bringing you the very latest news and information regarding your pets health.

The Dog Arthritis Resource Center
Informative articles on canine arthritis including arthritis diagnosis and treatment options, side effects, types of arthritis, and nutrition.

The Cat Arthritis Resource Center
Great information on arthritis in cats, medications, alternative treatments, feline hip dysplasia, and the signs of feline arthritis.

A Guide to Glucosamine Products for Pets
A comprehensive review of all the leading glucosamine products for arthritis and hip dysplasia in dogs and cats. Including Syn-flex, Vet-Flex, Arthrix, and Cosequin.
Talk about arthritis in dogs and cats, ask questions, post pictures of your pets, meet new friends, and share your pet arthritis story.

Liquid Glucosamine Formula Syn-flex
Learn more about our recommended glucosamine formula for arthritis and hip dysplasia in dogs and cats.

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Osteoarthritis in Cats and the Warning Signs
Not only are pet parents aging, but our cats are aging as well. With medical breakthroughs happening every day, our furry friends are living longer than ever before. Cats are living past their projected life expectancies, and therefore are subjected to age-related illnesses.

Does Your Pet Exhibit Osteoarthritis Symptoms?
Arthritis does not discriminate. Not only do we develop arthritis, but our family pets do too. Dogs suffer from arthritis, with 1 in 5 dogs developing Osteoarthritis during their life. The symptoms of Osteoarthritis in dogs, is very similar to those we experience. It is the most common ailment of chronic pain in pets that veterinarians strive to control daily.

Your Pets Arthritis Risk
It can be very difficult, and even heartbreaking, to see our pets age. This is something that is unfortunately inevitable. Arthritis is one of the most common diseases that can affect at least 1 in 5 adult dogs.



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I normally don't write testimonials for a product, in fact never have before. But I felt compelled to do so in this instance. I have a 12 year old Labrador Retriever who has had arthritis since she was 2. When she was 6, Rimadyl became available and she has been on that ever since. I also gave her a tablet form of glucosamine....1000 mg a day. The arthritis in her hips was getting worse and worse to the point that we were taking very short walks and resting along the way even on those. One morning last October, she could not get up off the floor. I had to put a towel under her belly and walk her out, holding her up so she could relieve herself. It was just pathetic. After a few days of this, I called my veterinarian and scheduled to have her euthanized... a terribly hard decision to make because she is my constant buddy and best friend. However, I did not see how I could continue with her being unable to even shift her weight while she slept from one hip to the other... I could tell she was very uncomfortable at night. She's 95 pounds and the effort was so great to get her outside that she was only going out twice a day, early morning and late night, and I felt this was too long a period of time for an old dog to hold their bladder. The vet had told me "once these big dogs go down, there's really not much you can do." The day before she was scheduled to be euthanized, I found the web site on Syn-flex. I decided to give it a try even though she was already on a form of glucosamine. I felt I owed her to at least try everything I came across. I WAS AMAZED! After about five days, my dog could walk on her own again. Her condition improved over the next couple of weeks to where I could actually take her in the car to a nearby dog park, where she would walk to a big field where many dogs were playing and she would walk around and check all the dogs out. She can't run and take long walks any longer but the point is... she can walk on her own and her quality of life is much better. It has been six months since I would have had her put down and she is still with me. I know this product helped her and I took the time to write this in the hopes that it may cause someone else in a similar situation debating euthanasia to give this product a try first... and perhaps prolong the life of your pet.
Kim Smith
United States


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