Honest Kitchen Blog: Canine & Feline Arthritis Origins, Clinical Signs, Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prevention

October 10, 2017

My patient Hudson receives electrostimulation acupuncture for arthritis pain relief

Are you aware that pets develop age-related conditions that can affect their overall quality of life just like people?
 
Arthritis is one of the most-common ailments we veterinarians diagnose in our canine and feline patients.  Arthritis can limit a pet’s comfort, joint range of motion, and mobility and can even cause clinical signs like lethargy, decreased appetite, behavior changes, and others.
 
Understanding arthritis and striving to prevent it from happening or managing it in a manner that reduces a pet’s reliance on pain medications having potentially sever side effects is my recommendation for my patients.
 
Interested in learning more?  Check out this article for The Honest Kitchen.  Click here Canine & Feline Arthritis Origins, Clinical Signs, Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prevention
 
 

Dr. Patrick Mahaney

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Copyright of this article (2017) is owned by Dr. Patrick Mahaney, Veterinarian, Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist, and Certified Veterinary Journalist.  Republishing any portion of this article must first be authorized by Dr. Patrick Mahaney. Requests for republishing must be approved by Dr. Patrick Mahaney and received in written format.

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