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Joint Pain in Pets

Are joint pains and stiffened muscles some commonly faced issues by your pet? There often comes a moment when your pet may feel pain, swelling, stiffness in muscles due to underlying medical issues like inflammation in joints, arthritis, diseases like hip dysplasia etc.

Joint pain in pets can be caused by various factors and conditions. Here are some common causes of joint pain in pets:


Osteoarthritis is the most common cause of joint pain in pets, particularly in older animals. It occurs when the protective cartilage in the joints wears down, leading to inflammation, pain, and stiffness. Osteoarthritis can affect any joint but is most commonly seen in the hips, knees, elbows, and spine.


Hip dysplasia is a genetic condition that affects the hip joints. It occurs when the ball and socket joint of the hip don't fit together properly, causing the joint to become loose and unstable. This can lead to pain, lameness, difficulty rising or climbing stairs, and decreased mobility.


he cruciate ligaments are located in the knee joints and help stabilize them during movement. Injuries to these ligaments are common in pets and can occur due to trauma or degeneration over time. Cruciate ligament injuries can cause severe pain, limping, swelling, and difficulty bearing weight on the affected leg.


Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disorder that can affect both humans and pets. It occurs when the immune system mistakenly attacks the joints, causing inflammation, pain, and swelling. Rheumatoid arthritis often affects multiple joints and can lead to decreased mobility and overall discomfort.

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Tips for preventing Joint Pain in pets

Preventing joint pain in pets involves maintaining a healthy weight through a balanced diet and portion control. Encourage regular, low-impact exercise such as walking or swimming to promote joint health. Avoid high-impact activities and provide a supportive environment with comfortable bedding and nonslip surfaces. These measures contribute to overall joint well-being and help mitigate the risk of discomfort and joint issues in pets.

Symptoms of Arthritis

The symptoms of arthritis in pets can vary depending on the severity and location of the joint affected. Here are some common signs to look out for:


Pets with arthritis may show signs of limping or favouring one or more legs. They may appear stiff or have difficulty getting up, lying down, or climbing stairs.


Arthritic pets may become less active and show a reduced interest in physical activities they once enjoyed. They may be less willing to go for walks or engage in playtime.


Pets with arthritis may exhibit stiffness, particularly after rest or prolonged periods of inactivity. They may have difficulty moving, especially in the morning or during cold weather.


Arthritis can affect a pet's gait, leading to alterations in how they walk. They may have a stiff or choppy gait, exhibit a bunny-hopping motion, or have a noticeable limp.


Inflammation associated with arthritis can cause swelling and increased warmth around the affected joints. You may notice joint enlargement or a feeling of warmth when touching the area.


Pets with arthritis may display changes in behaviour due to pain and discomfort. They may become irritable, show signs of restlessness, or have difficulty settling down for sleep.


Pets with arthritis may attempt to alleviate their discomfort by excessively licking, chewing, or biting at the affected joints. This behaviour can indicate pain or irritation in those areas.


Pets with constipation may frequently lick or bite their anal area in an attempt to alleviate discomfort or irritation caused by the condition.

Homeopathy Can Helps to Treat Joint Pain

Benefits of Inflasule

  1. Reduc joint pain
  2. Treats ARTHRITIS
  3. Treats foot injury
  5. Make joint strong
  6. Reduces welling in joints

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Homeopathic Veterinary Medicine
Inflasule for pets is an excellent remedy in treating inflammation of joints, lameness, shifting pain due to swelling of joints (LYME DISEASE) associated with fever and anorexia, inflamed eyes of any reason or pain in the joints as in the case of arthritis.


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Frequently Asked Questions

-Inflasule oral drops to be given orally for inflammation associated discharges

-That could be because of hip dysplasia, get it diagnosed and start using Inflasule for your pet

-Clean it with hydrogen peroxide and use Inflasule

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