Sarah Wilson

Dog Expert

Seeing Pain in Dogs: Hindquarters


Hip DysplasiaAfter watching a much-loved dog who was clearly in a great deal of pain recently, I decided to create this blog about seeing pain in dogs. Please review it, share it, teach each other. The more of us who have “eyes to see” the more dogs can be helped.

Nature doesn’t kid and a dog’s body doesn’t lie. If your dog stands with his head down or a leg constantly off to the side, discomfort is probably involved. Along with great veterinary care, excellent joint and fatty acid supplementation can help make a dog as comfortable as possible for as long as possible.

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