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Help improve your dog’s arthritis with the right nutrition.

Diet and nutrition can play an important role in helping to improve the condition of a dog with arthritis, whether it be with a modified diet for weight loss, or the addition of supplements to help joints move more freely.

Choose the right food.

One thing you can do to help slow the inflammation of the joints – and effectively slow the progression of arthritis – is to manage your dog’s body weight and condition. Since carrying around too much weight can further aggravate a dogs joints, your vet may recommend a dog food with fewer calories to help him lose weight. There are also some specially formulated dog foods available which can benefit dogs suffering with arthritis.

Consider supplements for healthier joints.

To help keep your dog’s joints as healthy and flexible as possible, your vet may recommend a joint health supplement containing ingredients such as glucosamine. These supplements can be beneficial to joint health. Learn more about joint supplements such as Supleneo flex.

If you have questions about supplements, diet or are concerned about your dog’s weight, talk to your vet.