4 Signs Your Pup May Need Hip And Joint Support


1. Difficulty getting up or laying down.

They may struggle to get up from a lying or sitting position, be reluctant to jump or climb stairs, or may show signs of stiffness and discomfort during or after exercise.

2. Changes in Posture

A dog may adjust its standing or walking posture to compensate for pain in the hips or joints. They might stand with their back leg raised or attempt to distribute their body weight unevenly to avoid putting pressure on the affected joint.

3. Significant Weight Loss

When a dog is suffering from joint problems, they often move less to alleviate the discomfort. This could result in noticeable weight gain due to reduced activity or loss of muscle mass in certain areas, particularly the rear limbs.

4. Behavioral Changes

Dogs might show changes such as irritability, loss of appetite, or decreased interest in play and activities they used to enjoy. They might also react defensively when you touch them around the painful area.

 My dog is 12 so having joint meds help keep her feeling good on a day-to-day basis. I can definitely tell the difference in my dog when I forget to buy more and she is without for a few days; she struggles much more to get up and move around.."
— Mikayla

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