Hialeah Gardens, FL -- (ReleaseWire) -- 04/02/2014 -- Hip Dysplasia affects dog breeds across the globe as it is the genetic structure of the dog which onsets the aliments. Dog breeds which are large, carry heavy amounts of weight, have a distinctive stance, or move from side to side during a walk tend to develop hip dysplasia. Hip dysplasia is a form of arthritis, caused by bones grinding upon one another. Hip dysplasia causes a great deal of pain, dogs may lose ability to move properly, and even carry their hips upon the ground. Novox aids canines in the pain, inflammation, and swelling associated with hip dysplasia. Novox is non steroidal, providing a wide safety regiment to be administered daily.
Ailment Associated with Product:
Hip dysplasia is usually a result of arthritis in older dog. Hip dysplasia causes joint deterioration and prevents the femur and hip socket from fitting properly. However, it can also be inherited and is quite common in large dog breeds. It is an incurable disease that worsens overtime and leads to a series of symptoms including; difficulty walking, pain, trouble getting up from a resting position, limping, decreased activity, and inability to walk. Treatment is usually aimed at slowing down the progression of the disease and soothing symptoms. Surgery can also be helpful in some cases, but it’s costly and not everyone can afford it. For this reason, it’s recommended that all dogs are tested for hip dysplasia before being bred.
Product to cure ailment:
Novox is a generic form of the NSAID Rimadyl. Novox works by decreasing the amount of pain hormones produced by the body upon injury. Hormones are like messengers, informing the body of pain, sensations, and feeling. With these specialized hormones blocked, the canine can recover comfortably.
Commonly affected breed, Breed description, & other aliments to affect this breed:
Hip dysplasia can be found in a wide number of dog breeds but is most found in the Pembroke Welsh Corgi. The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is an early herding dog originating in Pembrokeshire, Wales. Pembroke Welsh Corgis are of fame, having been owned by Queen Elizabeth II, who has owner more than 30 during her reign. Pembroke Welsh Corgis weigh 25 to 26 lbs. and measure up to 10 to 12 inches in height. The breed has a life span of 12 to 14 years of age. Cardigan Welsh Corgis have a double coat; the undercoat is short and the outer coat is thicker and varies from medium to long in length. There are also a variety of coat colors and patterns in the breed including; red, black, blue, sable, brindle, and merle. They can also have some white on the neck, face, abdomen, tail, extremities, and chest area. Health problems Cardigan Welsh Corgis are genetically prone to include; hip dysplasia, degenerative myelopathy, and Von Willebrand’s disease.
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