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How to Give Your Senior Dog the Life They Deserve

Posted on by Monet Moore

How to Give Your Senior Dog the Life They Deserve

Just like humans, dogs get older with every passing year. You may notice they’re getting a little slower, enjoying sleeping more, and don’t play quite as much as they used to. Maybe you’ve had your dog since puppyhood. Perhaps you’ve decided to take on the responsibility of adopting a senior dog. No matter how you got here, there are a few things you can do to give your senior dog the happy, healthy, and fulfilling life they deserve.  Modify Their Environment As your dog gets older, it may get tougher and tougher for them to move around the house. That’s...

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The Best Supplement for Your Dog

Posted on by Monet Moore

The Best Supplement for Your Dog

What is PupGrade Joint Supplement? PupGrade Joint Support Supplements are a specially formulated supplement for any dog suffering from hip dysplasia, joint disease, or arthritis. It is especially recommended for senior dogs, dog’s suffering from the aforementioned joint issues, or as preventive care for dogs prone to joint problems.   How does it work? We’ve packed some of the most powerful ingredients that we could find into these flavorful treats. Let’s go through our four heavy hitting ingredients and how they serve your dog’s needs.  Perna Canaliculus  Extracted from green-lipped mussels in New Zealand, Perna is responsible for helping to relieve...

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5 Signs Your Dog May Have Joint Pain

Posted on by Monet Moore

5 Signs Your Dog May Have Joint Pain

Joint pain is one of the most common ailments that dogs face. Studies show that 20% of all dogs will at some point be treated for arthritis. Though any dog can suffer from this chronic pain, large breed dogs are the most susceptible. So let’s go over some signs your dog may present and how to relieve and prevent pain.  Signs Irritability - As the pain in the joint develops, your dog will start to get more irritable as he or she deals with the pain. Don’t be surprised if you dog has a reluctance to be touched on the sore...

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