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Dog Arthrosis

What is Dog Arthrosis?

Canine osteoarthrosis (or "dog arthrosis") is a chronic degenerative disease that affects the bones and soft tissue of the joints, causing pain in dogs and decreasing flexibility. Arthrosis can affect any joint in your dog's body, but occurs most often in the stifle ("knee"), elbow, carpus ("wrist"), hip and spine.

Does Your Dog Read?

If your dog  could read he/she would likely tell you about all the latest studies and publications related to Arthrosis.