Natural Canine Arthritis Remedies

Canine arthritis natural health remedies. 

Home remedies for canine arthritis

How can natural remedies help arthritis in dogs? 

In addition to alleviating and treating the specific problems associated with muscle and joint problems, a holistic approach to natural remedies is important to helping build and strengthen your pet's immune system, eliminate toxins, and protect the skeletal system. 

Other components of a holistic approach to therapy, especially in relation to alleviating and treating the symptoms associated with muscle and joint problems, include aromatherapy, acupuncture and chiropractic. 

Using Herbs

A variety of herbs are used at different times for dog arthritis. Devil's Claw is a popular herb that's been successful for treating canine arthritis. 

Devil’s Claw is being used world-wide for its anti-inflammatory properties which researches have found to improve osteoarthritis, fibrositis, rheumatism, small joint disease, and lower back pain. In contrast to NSAIDs(prescription drugs) , Devil’s Claw is beneficial to the digestion, as it has been shown to treat liver and gall bladder disorders. 

Devil's Claw along with Boswellia are herbs that are both anti-inflammatory. 

Alfalfa is herb that provides the basic building blocks for the joints. 

Acupuncture and Acupressure
Acupuncture increases circulation to the muscles and joint capsule, which provides more oxygen and slows cell degeneration. 

Acupuncture also increases leg strength by stimulating nerves and muscles, relieving painful muscle spasms, and relaxes your dog by the releasing of endorphins. 

Depression of the two outside toes is especially good for arthritic pain in the hips. 

Canine Arthritis

Kombucha Scoby (symbiotic culture of bacteria and yeast)

Is chondroitin glucosamine a cure for arthritis in dogs?

Glucosamine and chondroitin are both found in supplements that have become widely used in treating both animals and humans for osteoarthritis. 

Glucosamine is important in the maintenance of cartilage in the joint. 

Chondrotin improves the synthesis of glycosamine and inhibits damaging enzymes in the joint. Glucosamine and chondroitin together essentially help to rebuild and lubricate joints. 

When a dog has hip dysplasia or other osteoarthritis, the joint wears away and the bone-to-bone contact creates pain. Glucosamine and chondroitin give the cartilage-forming cells what they need to build new cartilage and to repair the existing damaged cartilage. 

DMSO dog arthritis treatment for canine arthritis?

If your your dog displays loss of mobility, limping, stiffness in joints, or soreness when touched in certain areas of his body, this may be an indication your dog is suffering from arthritis. 

DMSO dog medication is known for relieving pain virtually instantaneously. 

DMSO stands for Dimethyl Sulfoxide and is a byproduct that is derived from the chemical process of making paper. DMSO dog arthritis treatment is available by a prescription only. 

There are many possible benefits to using a DMSO dog Arthritis treatment. 
Almost all DMSO available to the public is industrial grade, including most veterinary DMSO and products sold in health food stores and on the Internet. 

DMSO may not be good for medical use so if you think your dog may benefit from DMSO treatment, ask your veterinarian for more information. 

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