Posted on Jun 3, 2019

Denistone Veterinary Surgery

Degenerative Joint Disease (arthritis) is common in our pets, especially as they age. Subtle signs seen in dogs may be a reluctance to continue on long walks, a reduction in playing with toys and a decreased ability to jump up on furniture or bedding. Cats may hesitate or seek a stepped path down when jumping from a height. Limping is, of course, a more obvious sign of joint disease.
Medications, supplements and special diets will help ease the discomfort of joint disease so if your pets are slowing down come on in for assessment and get a spring back in their step.

Is your dog slowing down? Looking a bit stiff in the joints? Doesn't want to play as much anymore? If you answered yes to any of these questions, come in to the clinic and ask one of our vets what #Antinol can do for your dog. #AntinolForLife #DiscoverThePossibilities
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