BH Sales Kennel Kelp Cat Health and Wellness Sale+
An all-round health maintenance powder: promotes hair growth and re-growth, aids digestion, boosts the immune system, supports healthy joints and limbs, is packed full of amino-acids (taurine for healthy eyes, arginine for healthy heart), promotes healthy skin, and reduces dryness and itchiness.
These Kennel Kelp Powders, when combined with my BH Sales Diatomaceous Earth, and BH Sales Earthen Clays,
MY POWER TRIO custom blends will give your pet super-health-powers.
Aids with digestion and increasing metabolism
Reduces excessive shedding, replenishes moisture in animal's skin to prevent flaking and itching
BH Sales Private Label Dog Liquid Glucosamine is an excellent and natural alternative to steroids and NSAID’s (Non-Steroidial Anti-Inflammatory Drugs) not just for people with arthritis and joint pain but for pets as well.
Glucosamine, in some forms, is derived from shellfish and it has been around for decades. There is promising evidence that glucosamine helps reduce joint pain caused by arthritis and helps slow degeneration of cartilage as pets age.
Since natural glucosamine is used to make and repair joint cartilage, giving your pet glucosamine as a nutritional supplement helps repair damaged cartilage by augmenting your pet’s supply of glucosamine.
The important thing to remember about animals is that they experience joint and arthritic pain just like human beings do. But animals are not able to tell us what ails them. It is up to us to look for the signs and symptoms that our beloved four-legged friends are in pain and in need of immediate and ongoing intervention.
Perhaps the most common condition in animals is Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis, otherwise known as Degenerative Joint Disease. Arthritis can also be caused by a traumatic injury,
osteo-chondrosis or hip dysplasia.
Arthritis can occur in both young and older dogs, cats, even horses. Large-breed and overweight animals are more likely to develop arthritis early in life.
Here are some of the signs and symptoms to look for:
Lameness Behavioral changes
Decreased energy and decreased desire for physical activity
Aggression Irritability Inability or lack of desire to jump on furniture, beds, etc. • Inability to sit down, get up or climb stairs
Hiding from sight
Although there is no cure for arthritis, there are many treatments available, some involving steroids and other alternative and natural treatments.
Liquid Glucosamine, Chondroitin, MSM supplement
Weight control to help limit the extra strain placed on ligaments and joints
Moderate exercise to help build and maintain muscle mass and flexibility
Over time, you may notice things such as: difficulty walking, restlessness while lying down, and reduced activity levels can be an indication of joint issues or arthritis.
After consulting with your veterinarian, he/she may recommend liquid glucosamine chondroitin for your pet.
In fact, liquid glucosamine has been found to have similar benefits for animals as it does for humans.
Not only can liquid glucosamine chondroitin reduce arthritis pain in your pet, it can restore joint function, and it can improve activity levels.
Liquid Glucosamine for Dogs, Cats & Other Animals
Pet owners prefer liquid glucosamine for dogs, cats, and other pets because it offers relief from joint pain and stiffness associated with arthritis.
Uses of glucosamine and chondroitin
Glucosamine products have been studied and used for the healing of skin wounds, stomach ailments, and joint problems.
Their use in the relief and healing of the symptoms of joint disease is currently their biggest use.
Glucosamine and chondroitin have been successfully used in humans, horses, cats and dogs. This article deals only with glucosamine and chondroitin and their therapeutic use for osteoarthritis in the cat and dog.
There are many different joints that can be affected by osteoarthritis in the cat. Cats can develop hip dysplasia just like dogs.
This condition greatly exacerbates the normal wear on the smooth cartilage protecting the bony surface of the joint. When this cartilage wears away there is a bone to bone contact, which creates the pain seen with arthritis.