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DJD 101: Managing Your Dog's Degenerative Joint Disease

Degenerative joint disease, or DJD for short, is when the cartilage around your dog’s joints progressively deteriorates and causes joint pain and immobility.  The deterioration of cartilage means the bones in the joint begin to rub against each other causing inflammation, bone spurs and compressed nerves.

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Giving Natural Dog Vitamins

One third of all dogs in America take a vitamin supplement every day, and the statics are on the rise. But for those of us new to the idea of vitamins for dogs, there are a few lingering questions; what are dog vitamins? How will they help my dog? Why are they so popular? Read on and Kingly Pet will explain.
What are dog vitamins?

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What is hip dysplasia in dogs?

Hip dysplasia in dogs is when the hip joint fails to develop normally during the early months of life, causing deterioration of the joint and eventually loss of function. Alternatively deterioration can occur later in life as a result of arthritis or osteoarthritis.

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All Natural Deer Antlers for Dog

Deer antler chews; dogs love them! More than just your average bone, deer antlers are loaded with essential minerals, lipids, proteins and amino acids. They last longer, smell less and offer your dog a natural supplement boost! It’s easy to see why more and more pet owners are sourcing deer antler chews for their dog.

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Giving Your Dog His Medicine

There’s a reason why dogs are affectionately called Man’s Best Friend. They are loyal, unbiased and trusting. Dogs don’t care if you are rich or poor ’ they just give unconditional love. Some have taken the term ’guard dog’ to a whole new level ’ caring for the elderly and helping the disabled.

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Benefits of Fish Oil to Your Dog's Health

Fish oil for dogs. One of most popular canine health supplements on the market today is Omega 3. Generally made from a variety of cold water fish, Omega 3 and 6 can also come from Green Lipped Mussel, Flax Seed and Algae.

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