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Animal Health > Caring For Your Pets

It is interesting to observe, that 30 years ago in most societies, when a pet was ill, it was likely destroyed, and in agriculture veterinarians discovered that animal health could be positively influenced by providing nutritional supplements. In New Zealand following lengthy trials, it was concluded that nutritional supplements were the most effective and most economic means of treating and preventing animal disease, as one example, that by giving selenium to sheep would prevent, and in many cases cure white muscle disease.

Over these years we have come to see how human health can be positively effected with nutritional supplements and it seems curious the many pets are now being treated with modern chemical drugs, which aside from dulling pain, have very little effect on the health of the animal.

So here we look at some of the more common animal health problems with a focus on arthritis. This is one of the most common conditions that animals suffer from, and now after a year of our own research we are pleased to be able to endorse Syn-Flex as the best treatment available to remedy arthritis and interestingly it works equally well in humans.

My Cat
A look at cats and how to care for them.

Anal Fistulas
Is there blood in your pets stools, or are they in pain while toileting?

What is Arthritis? The Development of Arthritis in Canines and Felines
An informative article on arthritis in dogs and cats, an x-ray view of a healthy and a unhealthy hip, and the available treatments.

The Types of Arthritis in Pets
From osteoarthritis to hip displaysia to hypertrophism to carpi: A listing of the most common forms of arthritis in pets.

Diagnosis and Treatments for Arthritis in Pets
An overview of the common methods of treating arthritis in pets, and a discussion on side effects of these treatments.

Treating and Preventing Arthritis in Dogs and Cats
What you need to know about arthritis in dogs and cats, the treatment options, and nutritional support.

Methods of Treating Arthritis in Pets A Vets View
An article by guest Doctor of Veterinariany Medicine T.J. Dunn on the treatment of arthritis in dogs and cats and the usage of glucosamine.

Nutrition's Role in Treating Arthritis in Pets
Arthrtis in pets can be helped by nutrition. Read this article to learn about proper nutrition for dogs and cats who suffer from arthritis.

Effective Treatments for Canine Hip Dysplasia
Hip Dysplasia is a very common disease among large dogs. What is hip dysplasia? What are the signs? What are the treatments?

Effective Treatments for Feline Hip Dysplasia
Hip Dysplasia is a debilitating disease among cats. What is hip dysplasia, What are the signs, and what are the treatments?

The Consumers Guide to Glucosamine Products for Pets
A comprehensive review of all the leading glucosamine products for treating arthritis and hip dysplasia in dogs and cats. Including Syn-flex, Vet-Flex, Arthrix, and Cosequin.

Most Dog's Do Well on Rimadyl, Except the Ones That Die
Article from the Wall Street Journal on the side effects of Rimadyl, a popular treatment for arthritis in dogs. How to know if your dog has had a reaction to Rimadyl (caprofen), arthritis treatment for dogs, and what you can do about it. A collection of stories from pet owners whose dog has died after using Rimadyl


Anal Fistulas
What is Arthritis?
Arthritis Types
Types of Pet Arthritis
Diagnosis and Treatments
Treatment & Prevention
A Vets View
Treating and Preventing Illness
Nutrition's Role
Canine Hip Dysplasia
Feline Hip Dysplasia
Glucosamine Products
Consumers Guide
Your Cat


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