Hip dysplasia awareness.
It’s estimated that 20 to 40 percent of large-breed dogs are afflicted with hip dysplasia.
There are actually few ways to prevent or delay the symptoms of this issue. First of all there are several natural supplements you can add to your dog's daily food. Keeping your dog on a proper amount of weight is also very important, as all the excess weight puts your dog's joints under a lot too take.
You must take special care of your dog in his puppyhood, during stages of rapid bone growth do not put your dog under a lot of exercises, jumping from heights, constant running, standing on theit hind legs or rough and long play dates, as it simply puts too much stess on the joints.
Encourage your dog to swim, this is a wonderful exercise for dogs with hip dysplasia, simply because it builds up muscle mass without over stressing the joint. #agent_Cheddar#boop#boopmynose