Have you noticed your furry family member is a little slow to get around or not able to jump on to the couch? When one of our furry friends begins to suffer from a chronic joint disorder, it's often due to the inability to keep up with their body's need glucosamine and other sulfates and acids. This means it's time to to look elsewhere to help supplement your furry friend's diet with products that will keep them jumping for joy.
Annabel: Hey all I’m Annabel from Bentley’s Pet Stuff and this is Kelsey
Kelsey: Have you noticed your furry family member is a little slow to get around? Is your pooch not able to jump on to the couch? Or has your cat stopped grooming themselves?
Annabel: These could all be signs that your furry family member is suffering from a joint disorder or discomfort.
Kelsey: Unfortunately joint disorders are far too common in our furry friends often stemming from repeated stresses, poor diet, or a genetic predisposition.
Annabel: When one of our furry friends begins to suffer from a chronic joint disorder, it’s often due to the inability to keep up with their body’s need glucosamine and other sulfates and acids. This means it’s time to to look elsewhere to help supplement your furry friend’s diet with products that will keep them jumping for joy.
Kelsey: We know there are an overwhelming amount of options out there for our furry friend’s joint health but today we want to share with you some of our favorites.
Annabel: A supplement we often suggest is Glycoflex Plus. This supplement is used for dogs of any age that suffer from a chronic joint issue. These chews are proven to greatly increase your furry friend’s leg strength and mobility in just a few weeks.
Kelsey: If the daily chew regiment doesn’t work with your furry family member try giving them a treat from the snack wagon. Treats such as duck and chicken feet and duck and turkey neck are not only tasty treats for your furry friend but also have tiny connective tissue in them. As these
are digested they provide significant nutritional value to help keep a pep in your furry family member’s step.
Annabel: These options we’ve discussed help treat and heal chronic joint issues but what about your dog or cat’s pain in the meantime? Our favorite option that combats and reduces inflammation is CBD oil. CBD oil has rapidly growing in popularity for many uses as a painkiller
due to the fact that it has no life threatening side effects like most painkillers do.
Kelsey: But be sure to always check with your veterinarian before starting your furry family member on any regiment to improve joint health.
Annabel: We hope these quick tips help get your furry friend back to their jubilant, jumping selves
Kelsey: Thanks for tuning in with us today. Be sure to check out some of our other videos.
Annabel: And as always remember, we at Bentley’s care about your pets as much as you do.