One in five dogs will develop arthritis during their lifetime. The condition causes chronic joint inflammation, pain, stiffness and swelling. There is no cure for the disease, but below is a video I put together with 4 easy ways to slow the effects of arthritis in dogs.
The 4 recommendations are simple steps that every pet owner can implement into their dog’s daily routine. Each one makes life a little healthier for your arthritic dog.
The video: 4 Ways To Slow The Effects of Arthritis In Dogs
The Lessons From A Paralyzed Dog video series
I am slowly producing a series of informational videos for owners with disabled pets. You can watch the videos on our website by clicking the tab “Handi-Capable Pet Videos.” Or you can find Lessons From A Paralyzed Dog on YouTube. Just type in “Petrescuemomma” and you’ll be directed to our YouTube channel.
Each video produced will answer a frequently asked question that readers want to know.
The videos are based on a more detailed written story that is already posted on the blog. So now, pet owners will have two ways to get information about caring for their paralyzed dog. They can read the original story or check out the information in a video. I realize that people learn new subjects in different ways. Some people prefer to read about it and others absorb information best when they watch it. Now they will have a choice.
Here’s a list of the videos available to you now:
- How To Express An Incontinent Dog’s Bladder
- Dog Rehab Exercises You Can Do At Home
- Ellie May the piglet Gets New Wheels
- Dog Breeds Prone to IVDD
Click on the title to watch each video.
If there’s a story on our website you’d like to see turned into a video, please let me know in the comment section.
Here’s one last post you might enjoy: Why I Chose Adequan Canine To Fight My Dog’s Arthritis