Arthritis is sadly common in dogs, with up to 1 in 5 dogs developing a form of arthritis in their lifetime. It’s especially common in senior dogs, as it tends to develop with age. If you’ve noticed some changes in your dog’s movements recently, or if your dog is just getting on in years and you want to know more, it’s a good idea to know the signs of arthritis in dogs so you can recognize them in your dog.
If your dog whines or cries every time they’re in the car, you probably want to know why it happens and how to prevent it. Persistent crying or whining isn’t normal and indicates a problem. But if you can figure out the root cause and address it, you’ll make car rides a lot more pleasant for yourself and for your dog!
Arthritis in dogs is a sadly common affliction: one in five dogs will suffer from arthritis at some point in their lifetime, according to the Arthritis Foundation. If your dog has been diagnosed with arthritis, or you suspect they may have arthritis, you may want to know how to alleviate your dog’s pain. Here are some things you can do in the home to help your dog with arthritis.
Do you dread car trips with your dog because they drool so much? Dogs drool for many reasons – some of them physiological, some of them psychological – but the good news is that if your dog has a car-specific drooling issue, it can be addressed. Here are possible reasons your dog drools in the car and what to do about it.