Right now, arthritis isn’t a curable disease. But it is something that can be managed so your dog can stay active and enjoy a high quality of life for as long as possible.
Managing your dog’s arthritis means working closely with your veterinarian to identify what’s working and what isn’t – and making adjustments accordingly.
That might mean trying a new pain medication, supplementing your dog’s diet with Omega 3s and joint supplements, or working with a rehabilitation professional to help your dog build strength.
There are so many things you can do for your dog. It’s important to remember that while you don’t have to do everything shared on CARE, you will likely find your dog is in less pain if you incorporate several approaches.
As your dog ages and their arthritis gets more pronounced, your treatment plan will likely change. CARE is here to help at every stage.