Canine arthritis is common. To some extent, you would expect it to be common as your dog ages. But it is now becoming common in much younger dogs. You might well ask ‘what’s going on’? Can you stop this trend? And finally, what is the best arthritis treatment for dogs?

Canine Arthritis
Evgeni Dinev

 

Canine arthritis is little different from arthritis in humans. The joints are affected normally causing stiffness and possibly degeneration of the bone, resulting in pain and lack of mobility.

The veterinary arthritis treatment for dogs is much the same as the medical solutions. They start with analgaesics which simply dull the pain, and make the liver toxic. The next move is anti-inflammatory medications, which suppress the immune system. The final solution is to kill your dog “because it’s the humane thing to do”.

Of course, no one wants to see their beloved dog in pain, but if you can remove yourself from mainstream thinking for just a moment, the above solutions seem pretty basic, don’t they? Is that all that can be suggested in the 21st century?

Luckily, there is a much better solution at hand. One that can completely resolve the arthritis. Permanently.

But first, it worth mentioning that there is not a single disease than cannot rear its head when the diet is poor. You may feel that the diet of your dog is the best there is as you rigidly adhere to that recommended by your veterinarian, or buy an expensive commercial dog food which assures you their brand ticks all the boxes.

I hate to be the bearer of bad tidings, but there is almost no commercial dog food, and certainly not the ones most vets recommend, that is healthy, that supports the best health for your dog.

The best diet for dogs is the one they evolved on. Humans have been messing around with dog food for a mere fraction of the time it has taken dogs to evolve. They have not been able to adapt to it because it does not satisfy all their requirements.

Humans miss so much, as history is quick to tell us.

Once you get the diet sorted out, the likelihood of the arthritis disappearing completely is high. But it will return when the diet is not maintained.

Even in those dogs who do not experience a complete resolution you will almost certainly, see a big improvement. However, there is a modality of health care that can effect a permanent resolution. It is probably the best arthritis treatment for dogs, or for anyone, for that matter. It is gentle, non-invasive, economical, non toxic, supports the workings of the immune system, and above all effective. This system of medicine is homeopathy.

In one of my homeopathic home prescribing classes, I well remember a man telling me how he completely reolved his dog of arthritis with just a few doses of a single homeopathic remedy.

Canine arthritis is eminently curable. Make sure your dog has a good diet, according to his evolution. Here you can find out how to easily put this into place.

Then either use the services of a professional homeopath, or learn how to home prescribe. Here you can download a free report on natural solutions for your dog.

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Madeleine Innocent

You know how often people struggle with their dog’s health? They want to know WHY they suffer with health issues and all their veterinarian can offer is drugs and more drugs? They feel helpless and at the mercy of another. Well, what I do is to help you pinpoint WHY your dog is getting sick and implement a strategy that takes you to a feeling of empowerment, of being in control of their life. A strategy that restores their health and allows you, and them, to enjoy life.

    2 replies to "Canine Arthritis – Successful Treatment For Dogs"

    • marie

      Its kind of hard to feed my dog raw meat when i feed her chicken she gets the runs

    • Madeleine Innocent

      The quality of the chicken may be the cause. But a common cause is the detoxing process. This is a good sign and doesn’t last long.

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