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Although dog arthritis supplements can improve your dog’s mobility, they can cause diarrhea and/or vomiting, or a sudden onset of scratching. These side effects are often a result of an allergy, which means that something in the supplement may be setting the allergic reaction off.

Allergic reactions only happen when dogs are repeatedly exposed to an allergen (or antigen). And in dog supplements, these are usually the natural ingredients, such as:

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Posted by: christopher

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The steady increase of dogs affected with dog arthritis is alarming. Just like human arthritis, a definite cure has not yet been discovered but as dog owners, we can make life for our beloved dogs easier. By treating the common symptoms like joint pain and inflammation, we can alleviate their suffering. Treatment alternatives such natural supplements have been increasing in popularity.

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Supplements use plant or animal ingredients, the theory being that natural ingredients are toxic to your dog’s body compared to the synthetic ingredients of the prescription dog medications. I am not sure this is always the case but it is the common perception, so let’s work with it for now.

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