Joint and Mobility conditions arise from many different causes. If your pet is suffering from joint and mobility issues then you need to get to the root of the problem and treat it before it get’s worse. Some of the conditions associated with joint and mobility problems are Hip Dysplasia, trouble walking with back legs, arthritis, or limping. These conditions can affect the pet’s ability to thrive and can dampen your pet’s spirit. Some symptoms include: decrease in appetite, less motivated to run or play, laziness, can’t or won’t climb stairs, pain, and stiffness, aggressive when touched or approached. This sometimes can be mistakenly diagnosed as old age. Natural joint supplements have been shown to be effective. Read our full guide on Joint & mobility conditions, how to diagnose, how to treat and how to prevent.
List of the Different Types of Joints & Mobility Issues In Pets:
Below is a collective list of types of joints & mobility issues found in pets. You will find more detailed info on the most common types of cancer in pets outline below.
Joint & Mobility Customer Reviews
Listen to what our customers are saying about Holistapet and how it can help aid the relief of many Joint & Mobility related conditions.
He is able to walk on all four legs…
I have a red nose pitt who is approximately 8 years old. About a year ago Dave tore a muscle in his back left leg and has been on 3 legs most of the time. He also has arthritis. After...READ MORE→
It’s really helped his appetite and mobility!
I recently started getting the 300mg tincture for my Jack Russel so I only have to use half as much as I normally give him. It’s really helped his appetite and mobility!
He’s walking a lot straighter …
I have a Maine Coon that had his hip joint removed and has a sore back from walking funny. He walked around like a Halloween cat with an arched back all the time. After being on the CBD oil or...READ MORE→
Really helping with their mobility…
Using it for two elderly dogs and is really helping with their mobility and overall sense of being.
No more NSAIDs, No more side effects
My vet has been prescribing my dog metacam for her inflammation and aspirin for pain but those drugs have been just giving her the worst side effects that I can't go on seeing her suffer (diarrhea, nausea, fatigue) so we decided to...READ MORE→
9 yr old Husky with chronic Lyme disease
Hello my name is Jane. I have a 9 yr old Husky names Bruno. He has been diagnosed with chronic Lyme disease about a year ago and has never been the same. I feel like he is depressed. We tried...READ MORE→
My dog was diagnosed with chronic arthritis
My dog Stacy has been showing signs of arthritis and joint pain over the last 6 months. We took her to the local vet and she was so tensed up that I thought something was wrong like a broken bone...READ MORE→
My dog got diagnosed with arthritis in her legs
Hi my name is Julie and I’ve had my dog Zoie for 12 years ever since she was a puppy. I love her as my child. We moved to North Carolina from Florida 2 years ago and I can see...READ MORE→
My girl has been getting older lately
My dog Abby is 12 years old and since last year she has developed some major back problems and sometime it is so bad that I started to think the worst. I don't want to say here what I was...READ MORE→
Helps inflammation and joint problems from surgery
Nina has always been energetic and playful throughout her 11 years of existence. She loves to run circles in the backyard, chase lizards and squirrels. When she was 8 she got in another fight with another dog in front of...READ MORE→
Helped with the swelling and pain
Hello just want to say that this stuff really helped my dog's inflammation and swelling go down. She just got released from the vet and they said she had swelling from her joints because she has been a very active...READ MORE→
Scientific Research On CBD For Joints & Mobility Care
Research has shown that CBD may have many therapeutic uses. Below is a list of studies on CBD and it’s potential for use in treating your pet’s Joints & Mobility. Please note that most of these studies involve cannabinoid molecules, experimental animals, test tubes, and sometimes human cell-lined studies. It’s important to understand that all mammals including dogs, cats, rabbits, mice, and humans have cannabinoid receptors which all work in the same way within our Endocannabinoid System.
- Efficacy of a cannabis-based medicine (Sativex) in the treatment of pain caused by rheumatoid arthritis
- Cannabidiol prevents pain and nerve damage in rat osteoarthritis
- Cannabidiol is an oral anti-arthritic therapeutic in murine collagen-induced arthritis
- Involvement of the endocannabinoid system in osteoarthritis pain
- The abnormal cannabidiol analogue O-1602 reduces nociception in a rat model of acute arthritis via the putative cannabinoid receptor GPR55
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