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Afrivet Orthoplex Plus Natural Mobility Supplement for Dogs with Aching Joints

R632.00 incl. VAT
Eco-Arth
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Eco-Arth Homeopathic Remedy to assist Pets with Arthritis – by Eco-Vet

R216.00 incl. VAT
Eco-Bone
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Eco-Bone Homeopathic Remedy to assist Pets with Bone Issues – by Eco-Vet

R216.00 incl. VAT
Eco-Joint
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Eco-Joint Homeopathic Remedy to assist Pets with Joint Issues – by Eco-Vet

R216.00 incl. VAT
Eco-Lame
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Eco-Lame Homeopathic Remedy to assist Pets in the Early Stages of Lameness – by Eco-Vet

R216.00 incl. VAT
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GCS Joint Care Advanced Chew Supplement for Dogs with Sore Joints

R731.00 incl. VAT
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GCS Joint Care Advanced Gel Supplement for Cats with Sore Joints

R272.00 incl. VAT
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GCS Joint Care Advanced Liquid Supplement for Dogs with Sore Joints

R272.00 incl. VAT
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GCS Joint Care Advanced Powder XL Supplement for Dogs with Sore Joints

R351.00 incl. VAT
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GCS Joint Care Powder Supplement for Dogs with Sore Joints

R439.00 - R737.00 incl. VAT
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Kyron Healthitreats Gerivet Dog Treats for Ageing Dogs

R52.00 incl. VAT
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Kyron Mobiflex LD Powder Joint Supplement to Promote Better Joint Health in Large Breed Dogs

R325.00 incl. VAT

Dogs are meant to run, jump and play: whether it’s jumping on your couch or bed, chasing a bird or playing fetch, but all of this running and jumping around puts a lot of pressure on their joints, which can lead to joint problems and osteoarthritis.

Joint problems or osteoarthritis can be categorized into being either degenerative or developmental. Degenerative joint problems cover a wide range of causal factors that can eventually lead to arthritis. The most common of these are ligament issues, which worsen over time leading to instability and secondary arthritis. Developmental joint problems refer to joints that don’t develop as they should, leading to a number of issues such as elbow and hip dysplasia.

A few common signs to look out for are: stiffness; struggling to get up or to climb on and off objects (e.g. struggling to walk up/down the stairs, get on/off your couch or in/out of your car); lameness; more resistant to exercise; less playful; tendency to rest for longer periods; and a change in mood. It’s important to catch signs of joint problems in their early stages, as this will help to address the problem easier and less painful for your dog.

Overweight dogs are also putting extra pressure on their joints and over time this will add unnecessary strain and wear and tear to the musculoskeletal system. For this reason it’s important to look at your dog’s diet and fitness levels for healthy weight and body management.

At Pet Hero you will find the right nutrition and/or supplement to give your dog good and healthy joint support.