CBD Pet Treats for Joint & Mobility 450mg
Move over humans, CBD isn't just for people anymore! In a delicious, crunchy treat designed to satisfy both your dog’s taste and need for improved joint health, we’ve combined everything your pooch needs for lasting mobility. Bursting with 15mg of organic, broad spectrum CBD per bite, our latest Pet Treats for Joint & Mobility (450mg) take the act of rewarding your pet to the next level!
- Broad Spectrum CBD (450mg)
- Powerful Antioxidants from Blueberries, Spinach, and Parsley
- Human-Grade and Vegan
- Turmeric and Other Nutrients for Better Joint Health
- Delicious Sweet Potato Flavor
- 30 Treats per Bag
Meet Our Pet Treats for Joint & Mobility
Loaded with everything your pet needs for full-body relief, our Pet Treats for Joint & Mobility (450mg) offers a healthy boost to improve your pet's overall quality of movement.
Combining natural antioxidants like blueberries, spinach, and parsley, with the powerhouse anti-inflammatory benefits of turmeric, glucosamine, chondroitin, Vitamin C, and Hyaluronic Acid, these treats get to work immediately to ease pain, lower inflammation, and support damaged or reduced cartilage.
CBD Oil For Dogs
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CBD OIL For Cats
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Is Your Pet on the Decline?
Wen it comes to the health and longevity of out pets, there are a few things we wouldn't do to make sure their lives are comfortable and happy. However, for dogs experiencing a gradual decline in mobility, many dog or cat owners find themselves questioning their next steps.
While joint and mobility issues can pose real challenges to the quality of life of our pets, they aren't the final word, and with the right support and diet, most pets can live longer, healthier, and better with the right vitamins and nutrients.
If it appears that your pet may be experiencing issues of joint pain or mobility, here are a few tell-tale signs to look out for...
Signs of Joint and Mobility Issues in Your Pet
While mobility issues predominantly affect pets that are older, younger pets can also experience limited mobility and joint pain. In fact, pets are capable of developing joint and bone issues like osteoarthritis the same way we are - with 45% of dogs between 8-12 developing it.
Osteoarthritis is a chronic degenerative disease that can affect any joint. This means that when the cartilage inside the joint is damaged or breaks down, it causes the bones to rub against each other sparking pain.
And to make matters worse, our pets can't tell us when they're in pain and are unfortunately good at hiding signs of discomfort. So if you see any of the following signs from your dog, it may be time to address a more serious problem...
- Harder time getting up from laying down
- Hesitant to use stairs
- Walking slower or limping
- Struggling to sit and stand
- Slipping when getting up or walking around
- Exhibiting pain or stiffness
- Shifting weight on two front or back legs
- Showing trouble jumping and climbing
Now, that you know what to look for, it's time to determine the root cause.
What Causes Joint and Mobility Issues?
One of the most common reasons for the joint and mobility problems in pets is the development of arthritis. Often it comes as a result of the lack of joint lubrication that gradually wears down the cartilage in the body. This wearing down leads to friction, and that friction leads to intense pain.
The health of your pet's helps is absolutely essential to their movement. However, when exposed to developmental issues or over-exercise, an abnormal hip socket can form known as dysplasia, a condition that impacts mobility and causes bone and joint pain.
Arising from the spinal cord, this disease comes with old age. As your pet gets older, its nerve and spinal cord can degenerate, impacting coordination, and limb strength. Although this condition isn't painful, it can gradually weaken a pet's rear and hind legs hindering balance and mobility.
Stemming from an injury like a partially torn or entirely ripped ligament, this condition can affect a pet's knees, and in some cases, can be crippling. Tough the damage isn't permanent, mobility is affected while healing.
When your pet loses muscle mass, this is called muscle atrophy. This condition is related to the onset of disease or less exercise as the pet ages. Seen more often in hind legs than in front, when your pets lose muscle mass, they lose the ability to support themselves.
Here's What You Can Do About It
Thankfully, pets are living much longer today than they did before. The result is a combination of more knowledge, better treatment, and ultimately better diets. If your dog shows a marked decrease in overall mobility, please consult a veterinarian to rule out any serious health issues.
If you want to reward your per for obedience, why not improve your dog or cat's health while you're at it?
With the antioxidants and anti-inflammatories found in our Pet Treats for Joint & Mobility, help relieve critical inflammation in your pet's joints and ligaments two improve their range of motion, and reduce oral pain!