If you suspect your pet to have hip dysplasia/arthritis or if your pet was recently diagnosed, you came to the right place for help.
Check out Sammie. Sammie use to not be able to rise without assistance and struggled on walks. Now he is back to exercising and doing cools exercises!
Hip dysplasia is an abnormal development of the hip joint that usually occurs bilaterally. It is most commonly seen in large and medium breed dogs. Although, it can be diagnosed in smaller dogs and even cats. There are many factors contributing to hip dysplasia including rapid growth, a genetic predisposition, or diet (overfeeding). Hips are normal at birth, but start to develop instability between 4 months to a year. Hip dysplasia can progress into arthritis as the pet ages.